The Impact of Lack of Observability on Digital Business Performance
According to IDG, India is on its way to becoming a software product powerhouse. As third-largest global start-up ecosystem, and boasting multiple B2C unicorns, the country is shifting from an IT outsourcing hub into a SaaS powerhouse.
Indian software companies need full visibility into their technology stack to stay on top of their game. With an average of five significant outages a month, service interruptions from external complaints are a regular occurrence. Moreover, not enough organisations leverage cloud-native technology for resilience and even fewer engage in chaos engineering to prepare for traffic peaks.
In this environment, the need for improved observability is more apparent than ever. To avoid detrimental effects on business performance and CX, businesses need to future-proof their software and secure their operations.
- How is the lack of observability impacting business performance?
- What are the steps needed to move beyond traditional monitoring and into observability?
- How can tech unicorn’s future-proof their software with full-stack observability? How can visibility improve CX?
CEO and Founder at Jungleworks
CTO at Indian Express
CTO at Porter
Head of Product Credit Cards & Digital journeys at Kotak
Head of Technology at Freshtohome
Head of Platform at Jio
Head and VP of DevOps at Angel Broking
Executive VP of IT at Aditya Birla Capital
Sr. VP of Engineering at Paytm
Sr. VP and Regional Business Manager at Kotak Mahindra Bank
VP of IT at ICICI Lombard
VP of Technology at ICICI Lombard
VP of Infrastructure at Kalerya
Assoc. VP of Technology at Aditya Birla Sun Life Insurance
Deputy GM at Porter
11:00 am: Welcome by The Ortus Club and short address from New Relic
11:10 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
12:00 pm: End of session