In this webinar, you’ll learn:
What monitoring as code means, and why it matters.
How to get started with your own monitoring as code workflows.
How the SensuFlow GitHub Action works.
How to apply monitoring as code to your own CI/CD pipeline.
Our customers have been doing monitoring as code for years. Now, with SensuFlow, it’s easier than ever to define your entire end-to-end monitoring solution including collection, diagnosis, alerting, processing, and remediation (self-healing) as declarative JSON or YAML code.
A comprehensive CI/CD initiative should include monitoring and observability. In this webinar, you’ll learn how monitoring as code fills that gap.
We’ll also put theory into practice, with demos of the SensuFlow GitHub Action and how you can port the same monitoring as code workflow into your CI/CD pipeline.
“Monitoring as code solves a bane for many projects whereby unexpected issues during pre-production testing or deployments go undetected… With monitoring deployed alongside the application via a single, unified pipeline, we catch any issues early and avoid having to manually babysit the testing and CI/CD process.”
— Seng Phung-Lu, AVP Site Reliability Engineering, DevOps Tools Engineering, and Cloud Monitoring at TD Bank
Caleb Hailey is the co-founder and CEO of Sensu, where he helps businesses solve their stickiest monitoring challenges. Before founding Sensu, Caleb was President at Heavy Water Operations as well as Director of Product Development at Novitas Data, where he rebuilt their software development division, shortened development cycles from years to weeks, and cemented deals with several Fortune 500 companies. An Oregon native, Caleb loves contributing to open source projects, wine tasting, and cheering the Portland Timbers to victory.
Todd Campbell is a Developer Advocate at Sensu, where he works with the Sensu Community to create compelling solutions and stories. His work with Sensu as a user and developer enables him to gain valuable insight that helps inform Sensu product messaging and engineering priorities. A living kidney donor and advocate for organ donation, Todd resides in Huntersville, North Carolina with his wife.
Jef Spaleta is the Principal Developer Advocate at Sensu, where he works with the Sensu Community to create compelling solutions and stories. His work with Sensu as a user and developer enables him to gain valuable insight that helps inform Sensu product messaging and engineering priorities. Residing in Fairbanks, Alaska, Jef’s interests range from technology to coffee, curling, and singing.