May 30, 2024 11:00 am
Lucerna Cinema Small Hall
In today’s dynamic DevOps landscape, ensuring seamless observability across diverse data types is a pressing challenge. Join Zoe and Jay for an immersive 2-hour training session and take a dive into the heart of observability, using the powerful synergy of OpenTelemetry, InfluxDB 3.0, Jaeger, and Grafana.
You’ll embark on a journey of discovery in this comprehensive workshop that demystifies the intricacies of collecting traces, logs, and metrics within a unified database. Zoe and Jay will guide you through fundamental questions that arise when dealing with various time series data types, including schema design and data conversion techniques. Through engaging hands-on exercises, you’ll learn how to deploy the open telemetry demo—a captivating simulation of real-world traces, logs, and metrics. Witness firsthand the magic of orchestrating the collection process using the OpenTelemetry Collector and seamlessly streaming data into InfluxDB 3.0.
Zoe and Jay will share their expertise and guide you through every step, from provisioning to visualisation. Uncover the power of Flight SQL for insightful general-purpose queries and leverage Jaeger’s bridging capabilities for immersive visualisations into your traces. Delve into the Service Latency Histogram and untangle the intricate relationships between traces using the span tree. By the end of this transformative workshop, you’ll not only grasp the technical aspects but also gain a profound understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of OpenTelemetry. This free workshop will help you become the observability champion your organisation needs, whether you’re a seasoned DevOps engineer or just stepping into the world of observability.
What will attendees learn?
You’ll walk away understanding observability, Grafana, and Open Telemetry.
Who is the workshop for?
For Devops Engineers, SREs, and Testing Engineers.
What are the attendee requirements?
Please bring your computer.
Meet your presenters
Connect with Zoe
Zoe is an experienced front-end software engineer who has been in the field for over eight years. Currently, she works as a Developer Advocate for InfluxData where she helps developers interact with their database platform, open-source tools, and time-series data solutions. Zoe is passionate about improving the lives of developers and learning about data science. When she's not exploring new technology, Zoe also enjoys travelling and gardening.
Connect with Jay
Jay Clifford is a developer advocate at InfluxData. Before joining InfluxData, he specialised in solving industrial pain points using Vision AI and operational technology (OT) connectivity. Now, Jay uses his IoT and automation experience to enable both developers and industrial customers to realise the potential of time series data and analytics.