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The Cybernetics of Observability and Monitoring

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October 08, 2019

The Cybernetics of Observability and Monitoring

What is Observability and how does it compare and contrast to Monitoring?

In this webinar, William Louth, Complexity Scientist and ‘Thaumaturgist’ at Instana, will answer this question (and more) through a cybernetic lens.

How Observability and Monitoring fit into the process of quality improvement in distributed systems.

The predicted evolution of Observability and Monitoring, with ever-increasing levels of complexity and rates of change.

How to effectively manage these systems in the future through control signals and automatic self-adaptive components.

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October 08, 2019
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  1. WILLIAM LOUTH AUTOLETICS

  2. CONTROLLABILITY RESILIENCE ENGINEERING QOS FOR APPLICATIONS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SELF-ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS

    OBSERVABILITY SERVICE COGNITION UNIVERSAL SIGNALS EPISODIC MEMORIES OPERABILITY VISUALIZATIONS LEARNING INTELLIGENCE
  3. TRACING METRICS LOGGING METERING MIRRORING SIMULATION SIGNALLING RECONSTRUCTION . EXPLORATIVE

    . DEVELOPER . MACHINE OPERATIONAL . EFFECTIVENESS . DEVOPS . HUMAN
  4. COMPLEXITY

  5. COMPLEX SYSTEMS DENSE NETWORKS ADAPTIVE AGENTS MULTIPLE SCALES DYNAMICS STATES

  6. HOSTS CONTAINERS CLUSTERS SERVICES

  7. MONOLITHS MICROSERVICES FLOWS & FUNCTIONS

  8. CONNECTIVITY +100 APIS +1,000 DEPENDENCIES +10,000 FLOWS

  9. CLOUD SELF SERVICE LARGE NETWORK ACCESS POOLING & ELASTICITY METERED

    SERVICE
  10. CHANGE DEPLOYMENT DEPLOYMENT DEPLOYMENT

  11. GROWTH OF COMPLEXITY RATE OF CHANGE COLLAPSE ADAPTIVE CONTROL DEGREE

    TIME
  12. CYBERNETICS

  13. CYBERNETICS THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF CONTROL AND COMMUNICATION IN THE

    ANIMAL AND THE MACHINE
  14. CONTROL PROCESS SENSOR INPUT OUTPUT FEEDBACK MEASURE GOALS FLOW ACTIVITIES

  15. INFLOW OUTFLOW SENSOR + STOCK - + - + -

  16. End CONTROL CAPACITY + RESOURCE POOL + RESERVED - RESERVE

    POOL RELEASED - THROUGHPUT BEGIN
  17. CYBERNETICS FEEDBACK FLOW CONTROL COMMUNICATION

  18. DEVOPS FEEDBACK FLOW CONTROL COMMUNICATION

  19. OPERATOR OPERATOR CYBERNETICS

  20. INTELLIGENCE IS ACTION APPROPRIATE TO CONTEXT

  21. CONTEXT

  22. CONTEXT IS THE CIRCUMSTANCES THAT FORM THE SETTING FOR AN

    EVENT
  23. None
  24. OBSERVABILITY THE INFERENCE OF INTERNAL STATES OF A SYSTEM FROM

    KNOWLEDGE OF ITS EXTERNAL OUTPUTS
  25. OBSERVED OBSERVER SIGNALS STATES INFERENCE

  26. DATABASE TABLES TRACES/METRICS/LOGS DATASET QUERY CHARTS CONSOLE LEGACY

  27. COLLECTIONS CHANNELS SENSORS FUSION SERVICES AGENTS CHANGES SIGNALS STATUS MODERN

  28. RECOLLECTION SEARCH RECOGNITION SUGGESTIVE MATURITY

  29. WHY DO WE OBSERVE? TO MONITOR SIGNALS

  30. WHY DO WE MONITOR? TO CONTROL STATES

  31. WHY DO WE CONTROL? TO MANAGE SERVICE

  32. CONTROL

  33. CONTROLLABILITY THE POWER TO INFLUENCE OR DIRECT BEHAVIOR OR THE

    COURSE OF EVENTS
  34. OBSERVABILITY CONTROLLABILITY ATTENTION & ACTION PERCEPTION

  35. MONITORING STEERS OBSERVABILITY DIRECTS ATTENTION INTEGRATES SENSES RECONSTRUCTS MEMORIES

  36. MONITORING IDENTIFIES PATTERNS ASSIGNS SIGNIFICANCE AIDS REASONING GUIDES ACTION

  37. OBSERVABILITY CONTROLLABILITY MONITORING MANAGEMENT STRATEGIC TACTICAL MATURITY

  38. COLLOQUIALLY OBSERVABILITY IS LOOKING MONITORING IS SEEING CONTROLLABILITY IS ACTING

    MANAGEMENT IS REGULATING
  39. INFORMATION SIGNIFICANCE OBSERVABILITY MONITORING SENSORY SEMANTICS

  40. EFFECTIVE MONITORING DEPENDS ON CONNECTING & CONTEXTUALIZING

  41. CHANGE CONTROL CONNECT CONTEXT

  42. COGNITION

  43. COGNITION THE MENTAL PROCESS OF ACQUIRING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING THROUGH

    THOUGHT, EXPERIENCE, AND THE SENSES
  44. SOCIAL COGNITION HOW PEOPLE PROCESS, STORE, AND APPLY INFORMATION ABOUT

    OTHER PEOPLE AND SOCIAL SITUATIONS
  45. SERVICE COGNITION HOW SERVICES PROCESS, STORE, AND APPLY INFORMATION ABOUT

    OTHER SERVICES AND SYSTEM CONTEXTS
  46. SIGNALS EVOLVED TO CONVEY MEANING AND INFLUENCE BEHAVIOR OF RECEIVERS

    SIGNALLING
  47. RECEIVERS OBTAIN INFORMATION SENDERS OBTAIN EFFECTS

  48. EMIT TRANSMIT COMMUNICATE REASON RECEIPT RECORD RESPOND MANIPULATE

  49. MEANING CONTENT SIGNAL MESSAGE =

  50. MECHANISM OF INDIRECT COORDINATION, THROUGH THE ENVIRONMENT, BETWEEN AGENTS OR

    ACTIONS STIGMERGY
  51. AGENT SIGN ENVIRONMENT MEDIUM SIGNAL ACTION

  52. EFFECT ACTION STIMULATES PRODUCES MEDIUM AGENT

  53. SYSTEMS RESOURCES SERVICES SCHEDULERS ENVIRONMENTS CONTEXTS SIGNIFY

  54. TRACES LOGS METRICS SIGNALS STATES