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Friday, November 17 • 2:30pm - 3:25pm
[SLIDES]Aurelijus Banelis @aurebane - Real-time-first metrics

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Designing software for easier debugging and faster actions based on monitoring.

Why it is important?
“I can write code very fast, unless I am debugging”, “Systems do not break on weekends, because there are no changes being deployed”, “Is it broken – no it is just out-of-date”,– seems to be *painful problems and still there is lack of attention towards them*. I am hitting these problems every day, therefore I am trying to change my perspective, maybe I should design my software differently.

After this presentation, you should:
  • Have a basic understanding, what are metrics and how those can help you in answering: “so what actually software is doing now, especially when you see a spinning loader animation”
  • Be able to compare advantages and disadvantages in moving between real-time and delayed metrics, so you could feel more confident in making software/infrastructure decisions
  • Broaden your perspective about different ways of monitoring and using collected data for efficiency or added value
    • Presentation will include:
      • Introduction, what are metrics and short demo of a small real world system
      • Walk-trough of principles and implementation limitations for real-time and delayed metrics
      • Examples of classical tools for real time and delayed metrics
      • Examples of not standard tooling for real-time metrics

      Video recording:

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Aurelijus Banelis

Software Developer, NFQ Technologies
Technology enthusiast, commonly seen not only as an attendee but also as a speaker in various local technical meetups (E.g. VilniusPHP, VilniusScala, OpenCamp, NFQ talks) or conferences (E.g. Fosdem, NoTrollsAllowed, InfoShow, AgileTour). Most of the time working as a backend developer... Read More →

Friday November 17, 2017 2:30pm - 3:25pm EET
4. Zeta