About OpsVerse – Fully managed DevOps tools. Deploy and start using in minutes. Nikhil Ravindran July 10, 2022

We are OPSVERSE

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Nikhil
Co-Founder
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Arul
Co-Founder
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Vinaya
VP, Engineering / MD India
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Sat
Founding Engineer
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Chethan
Founding Engineer
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Aravind
Founding Engineer
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Shivtej
Founding Engineer
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Aditya
Founding Engineer
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Amogh
Founding Engineer
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Navin
Founding Engineer

Web performance is all about making websites feel smooth, and the tradeoffs developers can make to get that feeling of slickness. But when we talk about performance and making websites “fast” what metrics are we actually talking about?

As a company built on top of open source observability tools and in collaboration with the thriving OSS community, we’re always on the lookout for new, interesting projects that we can leverage, sponsor, and contribute to. And in recent months, a project that we’ve been tracking closely is Odigos.

Frontend monitoring allows you to instrument your frontend applications with just a few lines of code, while also providing the flexibility to build up more complex observability use-cases. And once you instrument your application, all your application logs, metrics, and traces are sent as part of the same instrumentation stack that your backend code is integrated with, allowing you to observe, monitor, alert, and debug your entire service stack, from end-to-end, through a single, configurable view!

Making of Katafraktos : A series which follows detailed, thematic, recounts of a beginner’s real-time firefighting incidents with K8s, and cloud infra in general, in their effort to reach the ideal of Kataphraktos - well armored by practical experience.

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