Laura Santamaria

Laura Santamaria

As LogDNA’s Developer Advocate, Laura Santamaria loves to learn and explain how things work. She bridges the gap between external developers and SREs and internal engineering teams. In addition, she is the curator for A Minute on the Mic. Apart from work, she co-hosts Austin DevOps, taught Python for Women Who Code Austin for many years, and volunteers with DevOpsDays Austin. Outside of tech, Laura runs, plays with her dogs, throws discs, and watches clouds—the real kind.


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Righting a Sinking Ship: Troubleshooting Systems with Available Data Halihax Meetup June 2020
Communication across Remote and Distributed Teams Cloud Austin Meetup April 2020
Empathy across Remote and Distributed Teams Austin DevOps Meetup April 2020 April 2020
Shifting to Where? Exploring paths to a cloudless world Spring Live 2020 March 2020
The River of Data: Logging in the Modern Day Sysdig Breakfast Club February 2020 February 2020
Legacy is a Frame of Mind DeliveryConf 2019 January 2020
I Borked Prod: Initial troubleshooting of distributed systems in 5 minutes or less 12 Clouds of Christmas 2019 December 2019
All’s Fair in Logs and War: The importance of application event logging DevSecOpsDays Austin 2019 December 2019
Scaling Storage KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2019 November 2019
Log Better DeveloperWeek Austin 2019 November 2019
Righting a Sinking Ship: Troubleshooting Systems with Available Data Everything DevOps Meetup October 2019

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