Sponsored by Plumbr
September 24, 2019
11 AM ET
Completing a transition to a microservices-based architecture makes every software engineer feel good. You can be proud of requests spanning multiple individual services, each with isolated single responsibility. Exactly as you dreamed it would be.
In the course of this transition however, you will have also created several new problems. Among these is a whole new level of complexity related to understanding the behavior of the application when troubleshooting a problem. If you have ever wrestled with pinpointing the exact root cause during a post-mortem, this talk is for you.
We will show you how capturing the runtime transparency of the distributed and dynamic architecture is possible. Better yet, we will cover both simple and advanced examples about how taking this route gives you an objective and evidence-based ability to zoom in to the problem.
After attending the talk you will understand how distributed tracing will help your team during incident response and post-mortems.
Register today to learn more:
- What are distributed traces
- Different ways to add distributed tracing to your production services
- How the distributed traces expose the runtime architecture of your microservices in production.
- Examples of how a distributed trace highlights a problem
- Advanced examples of how distributed traces map root causes to real user impact
Who Should Attend?
If you are regularly tasked fixing availability and performance issues from production and desire to learn how to become more efficient in solving them, the talk is for you.
Ivo Mägi, Product Development, Plumbr
Ivo Mägi is an entrepreneur with a strong experience from software development and monitoring markets. He has worked as a software engineer in the early days and has been within the industry for 20 years.
In his current position, Ivo is steering the product development in Plumbr, a company with products in Application Performance Monitoring and Real User Monitoring markets. The experience received from working with hundreds of customers gives him a strong foundation for the talk given.