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Thursday, September 15 • 17:05 - 17:45
Two Roads Diverged in the Observability Woods: I Took the E2E One - Prashansa Kulshrestha, Postman Inc.

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In the past few years, we have seen rapid development in system designing where multiple services coordinate with each other to form a whole end-to-end architecture. Along with this, our testing methodologies have also improved by using end-to-end tests. What about observability though? End-to-end observability is still a dream for many organizations. How do we know which application is underperforming? What causes it to underperform? Is it taking other applications down with it? Which users are getting affected? It’s high time that we stop tailing logs or worse, deriving metrics out of these logs to understand our system’s bottlenecks. Application Performance Monitoring (APM) can help us here. It can not only provide you with the necessary metrics but also other benefits like understanding your application’s transactional behaviour via traces, visualising how your application communicates with external entities, etc. Do you want to know how your users are reacting to your application’s performance? Yes, that’s possible. In Prashansa’s experience of working with APM for the past year, she has done enough mistakes so that you don’t have to repeat them. With this talk, she wants to share how APM along with OpenTelemetry can help to debug problems before they occur.

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Prashansa Kulshrestha

Software Engineer II, Postman Inc.
Prashansa Kulshrestha has worked at Postman for about two years as a software engineer in the Engineering Foundation team. Her journey started with working on platform and infrastructure, CI/CD and then gradually moving to reliability initiatives where she worked on setting up the... Read More →

Thursday September 15, 2022 17:05 - 17:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A (Level 2)