This month Jenny Ching, a software engineer at AddThis/OracleDataCloud, will take us on a tour of how her team develops Dropwizard services to scrape webpages with Elasticsearch/Logstash/Kibana for logging, Prometheus/Grafana/Alertmanager for alerting, and Docker/Kubernetes/Jenkins for containerization and continuous deployment.
About the speaker:
Jenny Ching is a software engineer at AddThis/OracleDataCloud. She has experience working with different tech stacks (backend - Java Dropwizard; frontend - React/Redux/Typescript; machine learning - Jupyter/Tensorflow; cloud - terraform/ansible), and exposure to different programming paradigms (object oriented programming, reactive programming, functional programming).
Refreshments will be provided.
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