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9 July 2020

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Observability as a concept may not be new but it is most definitely back into the buzzword lexicon in 2020.

 It has been a part of the application process management (APM) culture for a long time and its core components and tents have been immersed in tech culture and conversation for years. Today its buzzword status has been earned thanks to the need for end-to-end observability in DevOps as emerging technologies drive cultural changes in organisations.

Central to the premise of observability is people. People are the teams of diverse and highly skilled IT professionals and people are the customers that want the experiences that keep them coming back for more. Join this webinar and learn how observability can benefit your organisation.

Join Atvance Intellect and Splunk to discuss how observability and big data can change your organisation

Enlin Neveling has served as Atvance Intellect’s Analytics -Senior Solutions Manager since 2018 to present. In his current role he is responsible for the divisions technical strategy, solution and product design and works closely with sales and marketing on relevant go-to market strategies, he also manages a team of highly skilled data consultants across different areas of specialization. Enlin also holds various technical certifications and prefers a hands on approach in his engagement with customers and his team. Prior to Atvance Intellect, Enlin worked in a number of roles across various industries such as banking, technology vendors, managed service providers and online gaming where he predominantly focussed on Information Security, IT Ops and Analytics. Enlin is highly skilled in Enterprise Architecture, ITIL, ISO27000, ISO20000, Data Analytics, Automation, Incident Response, Monitoring and DevOps.

Currently providing technical evangelism for Splunk, Dave is working with DevOps, developers and architects to understand the advantages of modern microservice architectures and orchestration needed in distributed systems, especially for today’s fast-moving cycles. Dave has been a champion for open systems and open source from the early days of Linux, through open distributed file systems like XFS, GFS, and GlusterFS to today’s world of clouds and containers. He often covers topics such as the real-world issues associated with emerging software architectures and practices, on open source software and on creating new technology companies. Dave has spoken on technical topics like observability, distributed tracing, monitoring in a microservices environment, IOT messaging standards and how scale impacts IoT decisions. He’s also covered broader areas like marketing in an open source world and building communities for developers. Well versed in trivia, he won a Golden Penguin in 2002. A self-described open source geek and standards wonk, you can find his opinions on twitter via @dwmcallister and on https://medium.com/@dwmcallister.

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9 July 2020

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