It’s 2022 and as developers, we can safely say that we didn’t solve all issues related to collecting, transmitting, and analyzing telemetry data.
There’s still uncertainty in figuring out what happens when users complain about a part of a large system misbehaving, and with increased system complexity, it becomes even more critical to improve the observability of our solutions.
Unfortunately, there’s no silver bullet so we need to evaluate different approaches to implement telemetry data properly. In our next Svitla Smart Talk, we talk about the inner workings of Serilog, OpenTelemetry, ASP.NET Core 6, and how to unlock value from each one.
Join us on this session to learn more about battle-tested best practices that serve as building blocks you can use in your current or future applications.
Igor has over 12 years of commercial software development experience across a wide range of technologies. He is passionate about designing and developing distributed, scalable, and secure web applications as well as cloud-enabled solutions. He also has valuable experience leading software development projects.
Igor is proficient in C#, Microsoft Azure, and has managed and assessed multiple projects focusing on high performance and large data solutions, taking advantage of all the features and capabilities available on a target platform. He is skilled at design techniques and accomplished at process modeling, application architecture, and scalability architecture.
His current focus is on building and improving scalable and secure web applications, cloud-enabled applications, and operations. Igor is a contributor to several Open-Source projects and a speaker at local and international technical conferences, meetups, and user groups.