Videos provided by Velocity Conference, New York 2014 via O'Reilly YouTube Channel.
From the 2014 Velocity Conference in New York City, Alois Reitbauer's keynote address, "Monitoring without Alerts - and Why it Makes Way More Sense than You Might Think".
Let’s face it. Alerting is broken. We are all still alerting the same way is we did in the early days of software based on metrics violations. We have all started to accept that we get too many alerts and the hard work of making sense is still left to us. This talk will introduce you to the concept of contextual alerting and show the difference hands on using a real world example.
This keynote is sponsored by ruxit
About Alois Reitbauer (ruxit.com):
Alois is Chief Evangelist of ruxit. He is fanatic about monitoring, DevOps and application performance. He spent most of his professional career in building monitoring tools and speeding up applications. He is a regular conference speaker, blogger, book author and Sushi maniak