Observability has always been a key feature for any successful system implementation, however it's becoming a "must have" with move towards mini/microservices oriented systems.
Anypoint monitoring, a recently released feature of Anypoint Platform, provides OOTB tooling for monitoring and observability. Nevertheless, many predated platform implementations achieved the same by utilising the combination of Anypoint Platform APIs, log aggregation platform, and visualisation tool. The first talk of the night is a case study of later, where Mr. Abdul Rehman will present how Curtin uni is using the Anypoint platform APIs, Elastic search and Kibana to achieve observability.
Cloud Native is truly transforming the way modern applications are developed and delivered these days, however to fully realise their benefits in an enterprise environment, these applications need a modern connectivity layer, providing a mechanism to integrate with other enterprise system - a combination of SaaS, on-prem, and legacy. Application Networks offer a perfect partnership to Cloud Native by taking away responsibility of heavy lifting of integration.
In the second session of the night, Sonal Mangla from Woodside Energy will talk about some use cases from her work where Application Networks and Cloud Native partnership is facilitation a quicker delivery with fully integrated and functional applications.