Tracing, Monitoring – Microservices, Monoliths – Oracle Developer Meetup Monday September 9th 2019 London UK

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Open Tracing with Istio & OKE
An introduction to how Open Tracing can be realized using Istio and Oracle Kubernetes Container Engine (OKE). Andrei Cioaca from Capgemini will introduce the role of open tracing and how it can be used to better understand what is happening with your microservices.

How Fluentd (from CNCF) supports end to end monitoring
Open Tracing can be complimented with Fluentd in the end to end monitoring of solutions, both monolith and microservice in nature. In this session, Oracle Ace Phil Wilkins will look at Fluentd its goals, components and how it can fit into a wider ecosystem

Schedule & Location:

Monday, September 9, 2019 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM

Oracle City Office  One South Place, London · EC2M 2RB

18.00 Doors Open
18.30 Beer & Pizza
19.00 Introductions – Phil Wilkins
19.05 Open Tracing with Istio & OKE – Andrei Cioaca (Capgemini)
20.05 How Fluentd (from CNCF) supports end to end monitoring – Phil Wilkins (Oracle Ace)
21.00 Time to log off — So Long and thanks for Pizza, Beer.


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