Matt is one of the Evangelists at Datadog and an organizer of DevOps Days Boston and Serverless Days Boston. He is passionate about the power of monitoring and metrics to make large-scale systems stable and manageable. So he tours the country speaking and writing about monitoring with Datadog. When he's not on the road, he's coding. You can find Matt (technovangelist) on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
I just posted my latest video to my personal YouTube channel all about the GLInet MV1000, aka the Brume. I thought I would use this post to explain the backstory of the video.
A couple months back, I got an email out of the blue from someone representing GLInet. They asked if I wanted their newest device. They hoped I would make a video and asked about a timeline if a video would be made. There was also the understanding that if the product wasn’t any good, I could choose to not waste my time and skip the video. I got close to skipping making the video because I just didn’t get it.
|03/12/19||Tracing the Black Box of Serverless||Serverless Days Boston 2019|
|11/29/18||How Trek10 Uses Datadog's Distributed Tracing to Improve AWS Lambda Projects||AWS re:Invent|
|10/23/18||Orchestrating Serverless with Step Functions||DevOps Days Phoenix|
|10/18/18||Datadog 101 Workshop||Datadog Summit London|
|09/20/18||Cloud Foundry Monitoring using Datadog||Cloud Native New York|
|09/12/18||Orchestrating Serverless with AWS Step Functions||Baltimore DevOps|
|08/07/18||Orchestrating Serverless with AWS Step Functions||That Conference|