Span vs Event: Facebook's and Lightstep's Distributed Tracing Systems @ Uber NYC
mer. 24 octobre à 00:20
We're very excited to announce our second Distributed Tracing - NYC meetup! Pizza, beer and wine will be available at 6:20 p.m. and the talks will begin at 7:00 p.m. First talk: Tracing and Trace Processing At Facebook Presenters: Edison Gao and Michael Bevilacqua-Linn In this talk, we’ll give a brief overview of Facebook’s distributed tracing system, Canopy, including how and why it differs from the more standard OpenTracing/Dapper model. Then we’ll take a deeper look at one of the more unique features – our streaming trace processing system, which processes streams of traces into aggregate data used for a variety of performance and operational analysis. Edison is a Software Engineer at Facebook on the Canopy team, Facebook's distributed tracing framework. Prior to joining Facebook, he interned at Palantir. Edison graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a BS in Mathematics and a BS in Computer Science. Michael is a Software Engineer at Facebook on the Canopy team. Previously, he worked at Comcast on a variety of big data, tracing, ip video, and other systems. Second talk: Theory vs. Praxis in Distributed Tracing - The Science of a Span Presenter: Austin Parker What is a span, really? The definition is simple, but sometimes simplicity breeds the greatest complexities. In this talk, you’ll learn some practical lessons based on our experience building monitoring and instrumentation at LightStep. This talk should help you better understand effective instrumentation practices that will lead to more thoughtful, and useful, observability of a system. Austin is an Open Source Software Engineer at LightStep working on OpenTracing. Previously, he was a Software Architect at Apprenda working on a variety of projects including monitoring, observability, and DevOps. You can follow him on Twitter https://twitter.com/austinlparker 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!
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