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How Sumo SREs manage and monitor SLOs as Code with OpenSLO

At Nobl9’s annual SLOconf—the first conference dedicated to helping SREs quantify the reliability of their applications through service level objectives (SLOs)—Sumo Logic shared our contribution of slogen to the OpenSLO community, as well as our commitment to OpenSLO as an emerging standard for expressing SLOs as Code. slogen is an open source, SLO-as-code CLI tool based on the OpenSLO specification.

Micro Lesson: Troubleshoot an Incident Using Root Cause Explorer

The video uses a scenario to demonstrate how to use Root Cause Explorer to analyse and troubleshoot an incident faster. The video shows how Root Cause Explorer helps you dig deeper into the relevant logs and traces in order to isolate the root cause using various dashboards.

How SAP built a Dojo Community of Practice to support a cultural shift to DevOps

by Sam Fell, VP, Product Marketing, Observability, Sumo Logic I love technology, and I’m thrilled to work in a profession where I’m steeped in it! In my career as a developer, consultant and marketeer I've learned it’s not “the cool new tech stack” that helps win the day.

Unlocking self-service monitoring with the Sensu Integration Catalog

Introducing the Sensu Integration Catalog — a marketplace-like UX for simplifying new user onboarding, and deploying production-ready monitoring in a matter of minutes. The Sensu Integration Catalog is also an open marketplace that new and existing users can contribute to by sharing Sensu configurations. Continue reading to learn more!

How to get started with OpenTelemetry auto-instrumentation for Java

If you’re new to OpenTelemetry, like I was, you might be wondering how to quickly get started. OpenTelemetry is becoming the gold standard to collect all of your machine data and is changing observability as we know it. Instead of learning multiple technologies to collect all data, you can leverage a single cloud-native framework to complete your observability.