Kyle Kingsbury from Factual will describe the Riemann event stream monitoring system.
As operations engineers and developers alike, we're responsible for building reliable software in production. Building highly available systems requires a low-latency, comprehensive understanding of how your software behaves in production. Riemann is an event-driven monitoring system, written in Clojure, for instrumenting, understanding, and reacting to production infrastructure--helping you identify, localize, and recover from failures quickly.
Kyle Kingsbury is an engineer at Factual, and author of Riemann.
Parking and Directions:
We're in the Gateway West building, next to the Westfield Century City mall on the east side. It's the only building with big red "Westfield" signs on top.
We recommend you park at the mall. They will charge $1/hr for up to 3 hours and then $1 for every 15 minutes (details). Our building is a short easy walk: Exit from the mall parking garage up to ground level, head east, pass the Lens Crafters, and you'll be able to enter the west side of 1801. Then just hit the elevators to go all the way up to floor 14, and we're in Suite 1450.
In a pinch, if you park in the parking garage for Gateway West, we may be able to score you parking validation. However, we cannot promise it and therefore prefer you use the mall parking. So if you choose this option, please be ready to pay out of pocket.