Distributed Tracing Meetup

mer. 29 août à 00:30

Fuseau horaire : Paris (GMT+02:00)

Uber
New York
États-Unis
New York

Our Inaugural Event! We're very excited to announce our first meetup! Beer and wine will be available at 6:30 p.m. and the talks will begin at 6:45 p.m. Won Jun Jang: Sampling Strategies

Most distributed tracing systems must use sampling to keep the amount of traces that their system generates in check. This talk will go over the various sampling strategies available and how we use them at Uber to provide statistically significant insight into the system. Won Jun Jang is a software engineer at Uber on the Observability team where he works primarily on distributing tracing. What he does in his free time is confidential. Mahmoud Saada: Tracing a Kafka Pipeline

Kafka pipelines, like most distributed systems, can be hard to debug. Mahmoud, site reliability engineer at Agolo, will show how to instrument Java microservices that communicate over Kafka. This will include the different challenges, and gotchas faced. The talk is suitable for beginners and will include a hands-on demo of instrumenting and debugging a Kafka pipeline using Opentracing, Jaeger, and open source tracing wrappers for datastores and message queues. Lightning Talks

We're interested in closing the event with two five-minute lightning talks on distributed tracing and / or Observability. Let us know if you'd like to share your perspective and insights! Thanks to our sponsor!

A big thanks to the event's sponsor and host (and my employer), Uber! Call for speakers

We intend to schedule a meetup every six to eight weeks and would love to schedule speakers well beyond that timeframe. Let us know if you're interested in speaking at an upcoming event!

Source: https://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/Distributed-Tracing-NYC/events/253344313/


Uber
New York
États-Unis

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