Brussels / 4 & 5 February 2023

schedule

Monitoring and Observability devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Sunday Monitoring and Observability Devroom Opening Monitor your databases with Open Source tools Observability in Postgres
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Application Monitoring with Grafana and OpenTelemetry Practical introduction to OpenTelemetry tracing Exploring the power of OpenTelemetry on Kubernetes Observe your API with an API Gateway Plugins Adopting continuous-profiling: Understand how your code utilizes cpu/memory
Introduction into continous-profiling and how it can help you writing more efficient code
Loki: Logging, but make it cloud native
Get started with Loki, self dubbed "Prometheus, but for logs"
The O11y toolkit
A toolkit to improve, augment and debug your Prometheus stack
Inspektor Gadget: An eBPF Based Tool to Observe Containers Best Practices for Operators Monitoring and Observability in Operator SDK KubeInvaders & Chaos Engineering practices for Kubernetes
Talk about Chaos Engineering and how to do it with k-inv (a.k.a kubeinvaders)

Read the Call for Papers at https://lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/fosdem/2022q4/003459.html.

Monitoring and observability are two angles on the same principle: Any computerized system needs to have continuous and computerized verification of its state.
In recent times, the term "monitoring" has sometimes been used for situations in which arbitrary data is being collected and never looked at. This is a misuse, or a misnomer, but it still happens. The term "observability" tries to re-sharpen the underlying concept, trying to emphasize that in the end humans and computers need to be able to observe and grok the data. It also implies that ever-increasing complexity of our modern world needs to be met by automation of at least equal capability to contain said complexity.

The three focus points of this devroom will be general concepts, specific developments and projects, and sharing of experience. We will try to balance content in a way that is beneficial to newcomers and experienced people alike.

As this devroom tends to be always overful, we request that you ideally stay for more than one talk at any one time. Once a talk ends, please leave quietly so we can run our speaker Q&A at the same time. If you want to enter, please wait outside the room not only until people start leaving, but until they are actually done leaving so you can enter more efficiently and quietly. Keep in mind that you will enter during the aforementioned Q&A. Every time people leave and come, we ask people who stayed in the room to defrag into the middle of the rows to free up seats on the row ends.

Event Speakers Start End

Sunday

  Monitoring and Observability Devroom Opening Richard Hartmann 09:00 09:05
  Monitor your databases with Open Source tools Edith Puclla 09:10 09:40
  Observability in Postgres
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Greg Stark 09:50 10:20
  Application Monitoring with Grafana and OpenTelemetry Fabian Stäber 10:30 11:00
  Practical introduction to OpenTelemetry tracing Nicolas Frankel 11:10 11:40
  Exploring the power of OpenTelemetry on Kubernetes Pavol Loffay, Benedikt Bongartz 11:50 12:20
  Observe your API with an API Gateway Plugins bumurzokov 12:30 13:00
  Adopting continuous-profiling: Understand how your code utilizes cpu/memory
Introduction into continous-profiling and how it can help you writing more efficient code
Christian Simon 13:10 13:40
  Loki: Logging, but make it cloud native
Get started with Loki, self dubbed "Prometheus, but for logs"
Kaviraj Kanagaraj, Owen Diehl 13:50 14:20
  The O11y toolkit
A toolkit to improve, augment and debug your Prometheus stack
Julien Pivotto 14:30 15:00
  Inspektor Gadget: An eBPF Based Tool to Observe Containers Francis Laniel 15:10 15:40
  Best Practices for Operators Monitoring and Observability in Operator SDK Shirly Radco, João Vilaça 15:50 16:20
  KubeInvaders & Chaos Engineering practices for Kubernetes
Talk about Chaos Engineering and how to do it with k-inv (a.k.a kubeinvaders)
Eugenio Marzo 16:30 17:00