Hello, this is my person site. I use this space to share my knowledge, what I do and to keep track of interesting things around software development, scalability, linux. Sometime about life, work and growing vegetables.

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Next events

6-7/09/2018 JAZOON Bern Distributed Monitoring
22-23/10/2018 Golab Florence Debug like a pro on Kubernetes
5-8/11/2018 OSMC Nuremberg Distributed Tracing FAQ
3-6/12/2018 DevOpsConf Munich Distributed Monitoring: How to understand the Chaos

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23 Aug 2018 Chaos Engineering

I took part at a panel at the Jazoon conference in Switzerland called Chaos Engineering. Where I had a change to learn about techniques and practices around this topic that even if I new about it I never had the chance to put my head on it. In this article I am summarizing my ideas and what I get mainly around the definition of Chaos Enginnering.

23 Aug 2018 OpenMetrics and the future of the prometheus exposition format

This post explain my point of view around prometheus exposition format and it summarise the next step with OpenMetrics behing supported by CNCF and other big companies.

11 Aug 2018 Apps I used during my nomad working

When I travel for conferences or now that I work in remote and I am a bit more like a nomad I discovered and learned some good apps that helps me to plan and to combine better work and travel. Some of them are WorkFrom, oBike, Yep, Adobe Scan. let me know yours.

06 Jul 2018 FAQ: Distributed tracing

Tracing is a well known concept in programming but distributed tracing is a revisitation to adapt the concept for a distributed system. This article is an FAQ where I answer common questions I received or I saw around the net about monitoring and distributed tracing.

18 Jun 2018 Logs, metrics and traces are equally useless

The key monitoring a distributed system is not logs, metrics or traces but how you are able to aggregate them. You can not observe and monitor a complex system looking at single signals.