Our Next Meeting
When: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Place: World Wide Technology
Main Auditorium
Title: Project Micrometer: it's SLF4J for Metrics
Presented By: Jon Schneider(Pivotal)
About the Presentation: Micrometer is an open source metrics collection facade. Think SLF4J, but for metrics! In this talk, we'll examine why you should be instrumenting your applications with a dimensional collector like Micrometer. We'll cover patterns for effective monitoring of key pieces of your application from request latency to process and system-level metrics. Demos will highlight the strengths of a variety of Micrometer's 12 supported monitoring systems.
About the Presenters: Jon Schneider is a Principal Software Engineer at Pivotal, working on the Spring team on application monitoring and continuous delivery. Previously, he worked at Netflix on developer productivity tools related to distributed refactoring, dependency insight, and build tools. Jon is a St. Louis native, graduate of Truman State University, and a two-time combat veteran with the U.S. Army. He currently resides in Prairie Home, MO with his wife and three kids.
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