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Self-Service Microservices Monitoring
Please keep your RSVP up to date, free spots are always in demand! On Tuesday the 26th September we are inviting all interested to join a talk about Self-Service Microservices Monitoring by Max Inden from RedHat. We assemble at 18:30 pm and we start the talk from Max on "Self-Service Microservices Monitoring" at 19:00. Afterwards we are looking forward to discussions and socializing while enjoying food and cold beverages. Abstract: Monitoring plays a crucial role in a microservice architecture. Restricting the management and configuration of the monitoring stack to the operations team results in workflow bottlenecks. Instead one could provide a self-service monitoring platform, enabling each team to easily setup monitoring for their applications and customize it to their needs. This gives each team the ability to deeply introspect their application, benchmark new features and alert on failures on their own. The talk will show hands-on how to achieve the above on Kubernetes via the Prometheus Operator leveraging the Prometheus systems and service monitoring project. By the end of this talk, one will be ready to try self-service monitoring in their own Kubernetes infrastructure. Bio: Max is a software developer at Red Hat and member of the upstream Prometheus project, working both on Prometheus and Kubernetes. Previously hacking on data quality analysis, he decided to stop suppressing his interest for distributed systems at scale and joined CoreOS (now Red Hat). Twitter: @MxInden ( GitHub: @MxInden (

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Microservices is a architecture pattern which gets big traction these days, used by big players such as Netflix, E-POST, Hypoport or SoundCloud. It is a pattern favored by lean enterprises while it's true power comes in the combination with diverse methods or technologies. Serverless architectures, polyglot languages, polyglot persistence, event sourcing, CQRS, DevOps, reactive applications, multi channel applications , CI/CD are some topics which can be discussed in this context, independent from the programming language. Let's join together on a journey to understand the approach, it's benefits and it's implications by sharing experience from novice to expert.

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