OpenTelemetry isn't just a step forward; it's a leap into a new era of observability. Born from the complex needs of K8s, it has unlocked a world of possibilities that extend beyond the conventional realm. We can now visualize data like never before, illuminating insights that were once hidden.
OpenTelemetry isn't just a step forward; it's a leap into a new era of observability. Born from the complex needs of cloud and Kubernetes environments, it has unlocked a world of possibilities that extend beyond the conventional realm. From system modeling to application cataloging, process mining to testing, it has reshaped our traditional approaches to observability. But one transformation stands out - visualization. With OpenTelemetry, we can now visualize data like never before, illuminating insights that were once hidden. In this talk, we will explore the new dimensions of data visualization that these open-source observability tools have unlocked and embark on a captivating journey into what the future holds for data visualization in observability. Embark with me on a voyage through the world of observability visualization. As we delve into numerous examples and prototypes, both existing and potential, my hope is that they will ignite your own creative sparks. When it comes to understanding our complex systems, remember, visuals truly do matter! - A Brief and Personal History of Visualization in Understanding Complex Systems - Open Source Community , Opentelemetry and Innovation - Emerging Techniques - Serving the truth: Service catalog , process mining, etc - The Future of Visualization - A Personal Journey of Visual Prototyping - Sequence Diagrams from Traces - Converting Metrics to Topology and Encountering Boundaries - Exploring Tomorrow: Conclusive Insights
As an Observant Engineer, although I consider myself a newbie in data visualization, I have a clear vision of what I want to see in observability visualization. Instead of waiting for others to take the lead, I have taken it upon myself to prototype possibilities and unlock the full potential of OpenTelemetry. I see myself as an OpenTelemetry explorer, charting new territories, a modern Cartographer. With a passion for sharing knowledge and helping others navigate the complexities of technology, I strive to contribute to a more connected and empowered future, harness collective intelligence, embrace environmental responsibility, and democratize the evolution of the dialect between observation and understanding, where the sense of meaning might exist somewhere within this relationship. Young in Heart, Child in Time. 👀 bio