It's been a while, but we're finally having another Berlin Prometheus Meetup! This time it will happen on October 9th at the OptioPay office and we will have two talks.
Please note regarding the venue:
All attendees need to sign up with their name and responsible person (Liwei Zhao) using the iPad at the frontdesk of the OptioPay building.
Take the elevator on the left hand side to the 30th floor (the right hand side ones only go to 19th floor).
19:00 - 19:20 - Arrival & networking with Pizza and Drinks
19:20 - 19:30 - Welcome and introduction
19:30 - 19:50 - Talk: Monitoring hundreds of Kubernetes clusters with federated Prometheuses
20:00 - 20:10 - Talk: Explore Your Prometheus Data in Grafana
20:10 - 20:30 - BREAK
20:30 - 21:00 - Talk: Prometheus – myths and proverbs
Monitoring hundreds of Kubernetes clusters with federated prometheuses
Abstract: This talk will give a brief introduction on how we monitor up to hundrets of Kubernetes clusters with a federated prometheus setup, while retaining scalability. To preserve maintanability at scale, we will explore the possibilities of jsonnet to build alerting- and record-rules as well as grafana dashboards.
Biography: Christian is a 25 yrs old Site Reliability Engineer for managed Kubernetes at SysEleven GmbH. Before joining their Kubernetes team he worked in the operational field and studied mathematics at the TU Berlin.
Explore Your Prometheus Data in Grafana
Abstract: We've built a whole new section that allows you to iterate quickly through Prometheus queries while leaving your dashboards intact. I'll show-case our new Explore UI and how it can fit into your workflows for both troubleshooting and data exploration.
Biography: David is the Director of UX at Grafana Labs and focuses mainly on workflows around monitoring with Prometheus. Previously he worked at companies such as Kausal, Weaveworks, Oracle, and Siemens Research. David has been building UIs for the networking industry for over a decade. He’s recently joined the sourdough train and is now baking way too much bread.
Prometheus – myths and proverbs
Abstract: If Go has proverbs (https://go-proverbs.github.io/), we should,
too. I have collected a few of them I would like to share. And of
course, as the original Prometheus is from mythology, we should also
talk about myths.
Biography: Björn “Beorn” Rabenstein is a
Production Engineer at SoundCloud and a
Prometheus developer. Previously, Björn was a
Site Reliability Engineer (https://landing.google.com/sre/) at
Google and a number cruncher for science (https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=NPn0JJEAAAAJ&hl=en).
Hope to see you all there!
Matthias & the Berlin Prometheus team