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Welcome to the One Observability Demo workshop. This workshop is aimed at providing an hands-on experience for you on the wide variety of toolsets AWS offers to setup monitoring and observability on your applications.

Whether your workload is on-prem or on AWS, or your application is a giant monolith or based on modern microservice based architecture, our observability tools can help you get deeper insights into your application performance and health.

Our cost effective and native solutions provide powerful capabilities that enable you to identify bottle necks, issues, and defects without you having to manually sift through various logs, metrics and trace data.

Go ahead and play around with the workshop and please feel free to provide your feedback.

What to expect from this workshop

  • What will I learn?

    • You will learn about AWS observability functionalities on Amazon CloudWatch, AWS X-Ray, Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus (AMP), Amazon Managed Service for Grafana (AMG) and AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry (ADOT). The workshop will deploy a micro-service application and help you learn monitoring. The key takeaway expected is that the learner will have a clear understanding of logging, metrics, container monitoring and tracing techniques as a result.
  • How much time does it take to complete the workshop?

    • To complete all the modules, you might need about 3-4 hours to complete the all the workshop modules. However, the modules are independent of each other to the most part so you can pick and choose the area you want to learn as you wish.
  • What is the required learning level?

    • Level 200 and up. Although you don’t need to be an expert to take this workshop, it will help if you had some basic understanding about monitoring concepts such as logs, metrics, traces, alarms, dashboard etc.
  • Will it cost me anything?

    • Yes. Going through this workshop will incur some costs. Make sure you cleanup the resources at the end to avoid unnecessary charges.

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