It’s gonna be May… well, it already is, but who could miss the chance to bring up a meme? April saw us getting further back to in-person events. Sascha and I greatly enjoyed seeing all those who were able to attend SWUG in London (and I enjoyed sight-seeing a new-to-me city!). Getting to meet and chat with the community is one of the highlights of this gig, so we look forward to more opportunities in the future. April also saw the launch of SolarWinds® Hybrid Cloud Observability. If you missed it, check out more information in Brian Radovich’s post here.
What Might You Have Missed in April?
Why Complex Public Sector IT Needs Full-Stack Observability by Sascha Giese
Observability Is Taking IT Monitoring to the Next Level featuring Sascha Giese
Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Future Prospects by Sascha Giese (Korean)
Five Reasons Why Observability Is the Next Big Thing for IT Monitoring featuring Sascha Giese
Three Questions to Ask Your Software Providers by Sascha Giese
Five Universal Steps to Cloud Database Migration by Kevin Kline (Japanese)
Convince the C-Level Now of the Necessary Investments by Kevin Kline (German)
What Does Observability Mean to You? by Thomas LaRock
Overcoming IT Complexity With Full-Stack Observability by Thomas LaRock
Simplifying Cloud Database Migration Journeys by Thomas LaRock
TechPod: Monitoring for Managers: More Than a Cost Center featuring Chrystal Taylor
Twin Strategies to Improve the Customer Experience for Government Services by Chrystal Taylor
What’s Planned for May?
As always, you can look forward to TechPod featuring one or more of us at any time.
Thomas LaRock regularly cohosts the Raw Data Podcast, where they bring in industry pros to discuss top-of-mind topics.
Sascha Giese will be on the road as part of the Observability Roadshow. Register to attend these free events: Channel Partner Briefing in Johannesburg on May 10, 2022, or End-User Lunch Briefing in Johannesburg on May 11, 2022.
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