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Tuesday, August 18 • 14:30 - 15:05
From Alert Notification to Comparison of Good and Bad Requests in One Click - Shreyas Srivatsan, Chronosphere

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Metrics are a great tool for notifying when something goes wrong. Distributed tracing provides the ability to drill down deeper into an issue when triaging an alert with a non-obvious root cause. It’s already difficult to jump from metrics raising an alert to a representative problematic trace, but even once there, users often want to compare a problematic trace with a non-problematic one to help root cause the issue. This talk demonstrates how to jump straight from an alert notification to displaying a problematic trace along with a comparison to a non-problematic trace.

This is accomplished with a combination of open source tools such as Prometheus, Jaeger, Grafana and M3. The audience will learn how recent advances in the community can enable them to reduce their time-to-mitigation by providing the relevant context of a bad request vs a good request directly from a graph.

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Shreyas Srivatsan

Technical Lead, Chronosphere
Shreyas is a technical lead at Chronosphere, previously a technical lead at Uber on the monitoring alerting infrastructure team. Shreyas is greatly interested in monitoring of all kinds and has contributed to Prometheus upstreaming exemplar support for the OpenMetrics parser. Prior... Read More →


Tuesday August 18, 2020 14:30 - 15:05
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