Monitoring is a big part of DevOps, but what’s the best way to get started? Infrastructure monitoring? Application monitoring? What should you monitor? Where should that data go? How can you turn data into information and monitoring into alerts? What about alert fatigue and humane monitoring? Join the special guest Bridget Kromhout and the panel as they take a high-level look at monitoring, data collection, analysis, andMaking Monitoring Work for You
Join J. Paul Reed, aka @SoberBuildEng, Youssuf El-Kalay, aka @buildscientist, Sascha Bates, aka @sascha_d, Pete Cheslock, aka @petecheslock, and Bridget Kromhout aka @bridgetkromhout, for the discussion, plus a the last couple of weeks in News & Views and some commentary!
- 1:40 – News & Views
- Community Health Systems hacked via Heartbleed
- 512,000 routes ought to be enough for everyone…
- Microsoft’s public postmortem on their Visual Studio Online outage
- The White House accepts coders like hoodies
- 10:49 – Main Segment: Making Monitoring Work for You
- Ben Hughes’ DevOps Days Minneapolis talk
- 45:47 – The Comment Block
- FlowCon: October 3rd and 4th
- Come see Paul speak at the Atlassian Summit
- A fistful of DevOps Days
- Chef Community Summit registration now open, for both Seattle and London!
- Velocity New York coming up!
- devopsconferences.com has the latest
The Comment Block
Bridget shares her thoughts on Jawbone releasing an interesting graph that uses aggregate data.
How were you able to sell your organization on the value of monitoring? Was it an easy sell? Tough sell?
How do you turn your monitoring data into information?
Join the discussion!