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Using Java and Cloud to Build a Mobile App Performance Monitoring Solution

Abstract :

InstaOps, a small start up based in Austin, which was acquired by Apigee and is now known as Apigee Mobile Analytics, used several Java and Java EE based frameworks along with Amazon Web Services such as SQS, S3, IAM, EC2 to build a real time mobile app performance analytics solution in cloud. Along with demo, this session will talk about reasoning behind using these technologies and how the architecture evolved to build a distributed and elastic solution that processes and visualizes real time events happening across thousands of mobile devices.

Audience Challenge!!!!

Prabhat would like to challenge attendees to pre-register and give iOS or Android SDK a shot. You will get a Starbucks gift card if you can show him that you were able to send some data to Apigee's dashboard.  See  iOS and Android docs . Recent stats show that it takes around 20 minutes from registration to do basic integration of our SDK.


Prabhat Jha is currently director of software development at Apigee. He most recently co-founded InstaOps, now a part of Apigee Inc, that provides real time application performance analytics and management of mobile apps. He previously worked for several years at Red Hat where he was involved with multiple JBoss Projects including Infinispan, Portal Platform and Richfaces. On his spare time, he helps run a non profit called Eejot which helps with computer literacy in remote villages of Nepal.


6:00-6:10 Mix and mingle
6:10-6:15 Group business and “what’s new in the cloud” group discussion.
6:15-8:00 Feature Presentation



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  • Ernest M.

    Great talk on lean infrastructure. Reminded me of Typekit's presentation from Velocity before last:
    Summary: Don't implement stuff because you "think it's cool" or you'll be sitting around 12 months later still not to market. Get MVP out there and then solve the problems as they come. Leverage your expertise, not what some pony-knob says the new hottest thing for that is. Then you get to sell to a behemoth for $$$ a year in. :-)

    August 24, 2013

  • prabhat j.

    Thanks folks for good questions and making it more interactive. One humble request to vote for my SXSW proposal even if you could not come to meeting. It helps with non profit that I run in Nepal. You would have to sign in but it should not take more than 5 min. Thanks.

    August 20, 2013

  • Brad K.

    Implementing a Lambda Architecture for ingesting mobile performance and log data, using Java and AWS -- interesting concept!

    2 · August 20, 2013

  • Brad K.

    I was late too, but I'm glad I got in!

    August 20, 2013

  • Muhammad Yousaf S.

    Sorry guys I will not be able to make it. I got caught in a meeting.

    August 20, 2013

  • Katelyn

    Running a bit late

    August 20, 2013

    • Karthik

      Sure! Give us a ring when you're here, and we will come and get you.

      August 20, 2013

  • Karthik

    One day away- looking forward to seeing everyone again!

    August 19, 2013

  • Karthik

    Our very own @Prabhat Jha will be speaking at this event! Come out- it should be a lot of fun!

    August 12, 2013

  • Brad K.

    Sounds good!

    August 12, 2013

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