Come hear Ed Lane present on:
"Most observability solutions restrict themselves to a single layer of the stack or a few corners of the cloud. Bugs have no such restriction and can roam freely. The point of this talk is to demonstrate how various traces, logs, and metrics can be bridged and aggregated into Jaeger using Salt. This approach allows “on-the-fly” trace-point insertion, monitoring, and tear down with no source code modification. A mechanism for preserving the context using Jaeger spans during ad-hoc sessions will also be demonstrated. The supporting framework will be published in a public git repo.
Ed Lane is currently a Cloud Architect with SUSE. Over his career he has slowly moved up the stack. From ethernet device drivers, networking, filesystems, OS schedulers, databases, event systems, web apps. Most recently he is working in the area of DevOps (mostly on the “Dev” side). So far he has been unable to automate himself out of a job
...perhaps when he has transitioned into Deep Learning."