#observability

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Observability is the ability to monitor and measure the state of a system, including its performance, health, and behavior. It is an important part of software development in the JavaScript domain, as it allows developers to detect problems with their code and be able to quickly identify and fix them. Observability also allows for debugging and analyzing applications, and helps developers understand how their code is behaving in real-time.
Matteo Collina
Matteo Collina
Platformatic
Talk: Multithreaded Logging with Pino
Lizz Parody
Lizz Parody
Stateful
Talk: Examining Observability in Node.js
Chinmay Gaikwad
Chinmay Gaikwad
Epsagon
Talk: Comprehensive Observability via Distributed Tracing on Node.js8
Ashley Narcisse
Ashley Narcisse
Apollo
Talk: GraphQL Observability, Lighting Talks - Day 2 - GraphQL
Nikhil Chandrappa
Nikhil Chandrappa
Yugabyte
Talk: Lighting Talks - Day 2 - GraphQL
Konstantinos Leimonis
Konstantinos Leimonis
Bit
Talk: Observability for Microfrontends
Ben Hagan
Ben Hagan
PolyScale
Talk: Scaling Databases For Global Serverless Applications
Connor Lindsey
Connor Lindsey
Grafana Labs
Talk: Getting Started with Open Source Observability
Boris Tane
Boris Tane
Baselime
Talk: Creating an innovation engine with observability
Stephen Belanger
Stephen Belanger
Datadog
Talk: Observability with diagnostics_channel and AsyncLocalStorage
Nathan Marrs
Nathan Marrs
Grafana
Talk: How Grafana Uses React to Power the World of Observability