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MythBusters® vs. Queuing Theory – Reality trumps Theory

MythBusters® vs. Queuing Theory – Reality trumps Theory

This presentation will examine one of the myths busted by MythBusters®. The myth had to do with the most efficient way to queue customers checking out of a grocery store; a single line for all customers or one line per checker. Queuing theory tells us that a single...
Visibility into Loggers, Tracers, and other Low Level Services

Visibility into Loggers, Tracers, and other Low Level Services

With the growing popularity of logging and distributed tracing for observability into our systems, attention needs to be paid to the overhead and impact of the logging and the tracing itself. In this session, we make the case for attention to logging, tracing, and...
Automated Data Visualization

Automated Data Visualization

As a user, we are very confined to watching different data in tables, charts, and graphs format. But the right visualizations can and should help you enabling you to analyze even larger data sets. While moving from antiquated excel sheets is a step in the right...
Managing Application SLAS using Traces and Metrics

Managing Application SLAS using Traces and Metrics

Observability is most often accomplished with open source technologies to handle logs, metrics, and traces. Most vendor tools collect lots of data across the various data sets. The challenge is that very few tools provide good guidance and capabilities around SLA...