Observability Foundation℠

Observability Foundation℠

Microservices and cloud-native architectures have been goals of many organizations to help increase speed and agility, but as complexity grows, systems become increasingly challenging to build observability best practices.

Observability Foundation introduces a range of best practices for building full-stack observability towards advancing resilience in a distributed ecosystem. These best practices include building meaningful traces across temporal topologies, the impact of DevSecOps and AIOps on observability, and a 360-degree view of building mature observability practices.


Date 8th and 9th April  2023, Time 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM IST Trainer Suresh GP

Course Type 
Virtual Instructor-Led Training


Two Days

16 hours of Instructor-led training classes


Case Study

Share relevant Industry Insights


By Practioners

Shares real-world experience

What You’ll Learn

  • – Implementing an Observability culture in your organization
  • – Understanding the basic principles of Observability including the Three Pillars and why monitoring alone is not enough
  • – Adopting OpenTelemetry standards to help achieve innovation and distributed tracing
  • – Implementing full-stack Observability and distributed tracing to enable a DevSecOps culture
  • – Understanding levels of the organizational observability maturity to build effective strategies
  • – Implementing network, container-level Observability

Benefits for Organizations

  • – Implementing Observability effectively  leads to higher business value, enhanced stability and reliability of services
  • – Improvement in product development, deployment, and operations life-cycle
  • – Increased balance between technical investment in reliability and customer experience
  • – Homogenous culture and greater synchronization between product, development, and operational teams improving staff morale

Benefits for Individuals

  • – Understanding of practical implementation of Observability, traces, spans, and their correct interpretations
  • – Designing Observability in services for higher security and reliability
  • – Building fault-tolerant distributed ecosystems that can be tested for risks of disaster
  • – Building AIOps intelligence in operations using the Observability pipeline
  • – Understanding of other roles and contributing towards creating a better workplace culture

Exam & Certification Details

Earn a credential that can lead to jobs in high growth fields

  •  – Exam Questions: 40
  • Passing Score: 65%
  • Exam Format: Multiple Choice
  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • Delivery: Web-based
  • Languages: English
  • Open Book: Yes
  • Certification Validity: 2 Years

Blue Print

Check out the Certification Blueprint to learn more about the various topics, principles, and practices covered by this certification.

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