Join us at Google's First Cloud Security Day in Copenhagen

Andreas PrinsCEO
5 min read

We are excited to announce Copenhagen's first Cloud Security Day, hosted by Google, a must-attend event for anyone interested in leveraging Google Cloud securely for their workloads. This event will bring together security experts from various industries to share the latest trends and insights in cloud security. I’ll be giving a talk entitled, “Elevate Your Cloud Game: Transforming Observability Data into Dev Team Superpowers.” As a featured speaker at the conference, we’re happy to invite you to join us for a day in Copenhagen. 

Event Details and Registration

This free, in-person experience will take place on 29 June 2023. Don't miss this opportunity to network with other developers, cloud architects, platform operators and security teams interested in Google Cloud's portfolio. Check out the agenda and secure your spot here.

Scaling Cloud-Native Technologies with Success

Cloud adoption has become the norm for businesses of all sizes, presenting unique challenges for software development teams managing applications on Kubernetes. During my presentation, I will share the findings from a comprehensive research study conducted with over 40 large enterprises. These insights reveal three key factors that help you use observability to successfully scale cloud-native technologies across development teams. 

  1. SLIs and SLOs It's important to implement Service Level Indicators (SLIs) and Service Level Objectives (SLOs) in your cloud-native environments. By setting clear goals, efficiently allocating resources, and making informed decisions, you can prioritize your team's efforts and drive success.

  2. Enhanced Accessibility for Observability Data 

    There is a lot of value of making observability data easily accessible to software developers. By empowering your development teams with readily available data, you can reduce dependencies on Site Reliability Engineers (SREs) and platform teams. This, in turn, enables all your engineers to troubleshoot issues more effectively and independently.

  3. Integrated Remediation Playbooks

    Successful teams don’t rely solely on dashboards to help them troubleshoot; they also integrate remediation playbooks into their observability practices.

I will also highlight how actionable insights generated from observability data can proactively address issues, improve system performance and boost the chances of successful Kubernetes usage for your end-user community.

Ready To Join?

Join me at Copenhagen's first Cloud Security Day to explore some of the most important aspects of scaling cloud-native technologies. It will be a unique opportunity to network with industry experts, gain valuable insights and enhance your knowledge of cloud security. Register now to secure your spot and embark on a day of learning, collaboration and innovation. And make sure to come find me and say hello! I’d love to hear about your cloud security and Kubernetes experiences.

About StackState

StackState is designed to help engineers quickly identify and resolve issues in their Kubernetes-based applications. With features like real-time visualization, integrated monitors, guided remediation and time travel capabilities, StackState provides a comprehensive solution to streamline troubleshooting and improve system reliability. See for yourself in our live playground environment.