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ObservabilityCON 2021: What to know before you go!

ObservabilityCON 2021: What to know before you go!

5 Nov, 2021 2 min

It’s almost time for ObservabilityCON 2021! We’re looking forward to bringing the observability community together for our virtual three-day event starting on Monday, Nov. 8, at 09:00 UTC. 

Along with an opening keynote that will be chock full of exciting new announcements, ObservabilityCON will bring you 20 virtual sessions with presenters from around the world talking about observability-driven development, bridging Prometheus with legacy monitoring, IoT SecOps, and more. 

To help you prepare, here’s a quick guide to getting the most out of ObservabilityCON:

Viewing sessions and participating in Q&As

The ObservabilityCON event page will be your go-to destination for viewing sessions and participating in live Q&As. You’ll also find the event schedule and session detail pages there. For sessions with a Q&A at the end, the presenters will answer questions via video on the livestream. To submit your questions, look for the Q&A submission box right on the event page.

Grafana Labs Community Slack 

Want to connect with other ObservabilityCON attendees? Have questions about the event? Join the Grafana Labs Community Slack workspace and drop into the #ObservabilityCON channel. Don’t forget to say hello and introduce yourself; we’re a friendly bunch!

Please keep in mind that our Grafana Labs Event Code of Conduct applies to all our events. By consistently and swiftly enforcing it, we help ensure a great event experience for everyone and keep our community healthy.

Hands-on workshops 

Looking for more hands-on help? There’s still time to join our technical experts for introductory sessions on Prometheus and Loki. Seats are limited, so sign up now:

Social media

If you’re enjoying ObservabilityCON and want to spread the word on social, don’t forget to tag #ObservabilityCON on your posts. We love it when the community shares pictures of where you’re watching the sessions from — especially when there are “guests” like small humans or animal friends that want to say hello!