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Operational and Business Insights from Tracing Distributed Microservices

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Microsoft Deutschland

Walter-Gropius-Straße 5 · München

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by U-Bahn: Nordfriedhof (U6) From there it is a five minute walk. Please use the entrance next to the highway.

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Hey Lightweights,

let´s have a chat with Juraci Paixão Kröhling about his and your operational and business insights from Tracing Distributed Microservices!

Abstract
Microservice architecture brings new challenges for monitoring of an application state and health in production environments. One of the necessary components for successful operation is distributed tracing.
In this presentation we will discuss the common complications of distributed tracing while exploring the emerging implementation-agnostic API OpenTracing. We’ll use a sample application extracting business and operational insights based on tracing data.

Our today´s speaker is Juraci, a software developer working at Red Hat on the Hawkular project.

Afterwards we got another Talk for you!

Deliver better products in shorter time

DevOps is becoming a key skill in companies that aim to work in short innovation cycles, high quality and cost efficient. DevOps is often put on the same level with automation but it is more than that - DevOps is the skill to deliver Business Value continuously and in short cycles. In this presentation you will see how Microsoft changed its culture and scaled its processes to be ready for a cloud first world. You will also see how you are able to enhance your Java DevOps process by watching an end-to-end demonstration of shipping a bug-fix to your tomcat environment hosted in Microsoft Azure.

Bio: Karsten Kempe works as ALM-Architect in Microsofts Developer Experience Group (DX) and is a specialist for Visual Studio, agile software development processes and DevOps. He is part of the developer community since many years and worked in many different software projects as developer and agile coach. Before joining Microsoft Karsten spent a couple of years as a Process Consultant helped companies to introduce and improve their agile development practices and the Visual Studio ALM platform. Karsten is a passionate blogger and speaker at various conferences where he shares his knowledge and experiences on different subjects. You can find more information at http://almsports.net (http://almsports.net/).

Afterwards we are invited to get together, talk, eat some tasty food and have a cold one. Thanks for hosting this evening, Microsoft! :-)