Datadog Summit Berlin - Fall 2019 | Datadog

September 17, 2019
Berlin, Germany

We invite you to join us for Datadog Summit Berlin on September 17, 2019. The summit is a one-day event focused on you—our customers and community.

At the Datadog Summit, you will meet and learn from fellow community members, contributors, and Datadog staff. You'll get the latest product updates, learn how your fellow community members are using Datadog to build cultures of observability, and participate in open discussions and guided training sessions. In the hands-on training, we'll walk through best practices for building better dashboards and alerts, developing custom agent integrations, and monitoring and instrumenting your containerized applications.

Speakers

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Jason Yee Datadog
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Matt Williams Datadog
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Kirk Kaiser Datadog
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Meghan Jordan Datadog
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Pierre Guceski Datadog
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Frank Schlesinger orderbird AG
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Pavel Kruhlei New10 (ABN AMRO)
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Kirill Kolyaskin New10 (ABN AMRO)
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Edd Payne Delivery Hero
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Christos Skevis Delivery Hero
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Stanislav Komanec Kiwi.com
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Yury Petrov Google
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Stephen Pinkerton Datadog
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Omri Sass Datadog
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Michael Gerstenhaber Datadog
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Miranda Kapin Datadog
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Schedule

8:30am
8:30am
Registration
9:30am
9:30am
Welcome
10:00am
10:00am
Presentations
orderbird AG — How metrics, tagging, and structure supported our transition toward OKRs
New10 — Compliance at Speed: observability and developer efficiency at a regulated fintech startup
1:15pm
1:15pm
Lunch
2:30pm
2:30pm
Presentations
Kiwi.com — Our journey to automated infrastructure
Delivery Hero — Evolution of load testing: why we decided to create our own load testing platform
6:00pm
6:00pm
Reception

RSVP is closed for this event.

Workshop: Intro to Datadog (Part 1)

Transform yourself from a monitoring novice to a Datadog expert with this two-part hands-on training led by the engineers who build, maintain, and support Datadog. In this first section we'll share best practices for building insightful dashboards and visualizations and tips for effective alerting. Attendees will leave with hands-on experience using these techniques that they can bring home to their own environments for more effective monitoring.

Workshop: Intro to Datadog (Part 2)

Transform yourself from a monitoring novice to a Datadog expert with this two-part hands-on training led by the engineers who build, maintain, and support Datadog. Building on the first section, we will use the tools we know so far to troubleshoot a problem. Then we will fill in the gaps by looking at APM, Logs, and synthetics and use everything to solve a new problem. Attendees will leave with hands-on experience using everything in Datadog to solve real problems that they can bring home.

Workshop: Hands on with Chaos Engineering

As applications become more distributed and complex, so do our failure modes. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to embrace failure and learn the most from it. We’ll start with a look at how Datadog runs chaos experiments and game days—including who’s involved, how we plan, and the tests we run. Then we’ll get hands on with some interactive chaos experiments..

Workshop: Modern Observability in Practice with Distributed Tracing

In this hands on workshop, we'll instrument and fix a broken microservices web application using Datadog APM and distributed tracing. With the application now working as expected, we'll pinpoint a performance degradation and deploy updates that ensure it's running optimally.

We’ll see how observability gives us immediate, actionable insight into problems with our distributed software systems regardless of our deployment methodology, language, or infrastructure decisions.

Combined with metrics, logs, and synthetics, our traces will allow us to rapidly identify issues, deploy changes, and verify results in heterogeneous environments with confidence.

We'll see how traces form the 'missing link' in getting the most out of your production software.

Workshop: Reducing MTTR with Log Management

Gaining insights into application behavior by combining metrics, tracing, and logs can help you reduce mean time to detection and resolution of operational incidents, allowing you to address issues before your users notice service impact. With the help of hands-on labs, this workshop will take attendees from beginner to expert in log management with Datadog. Participants will walk through best practices for log collection and processing, and then dive into scenarios that will build experience with troubleshooting and monitoring techniques. Attendees will leave with hands-on experience with logging, plus strategies that will provide insights into application behavior and user experiences.

Workshop: Ensuring Reliability with SLOs

Uptime is a poor measure of reliability. Agile development’s fail-fast approach coupled with distributed applications and dynamic infrastructure requires us to have a better understanding of reliability.

Service level objectives (SLOs) help you understand the true health of your systems and how your end users experience them. Poorly defined SLOs means you have little to no visibility into the successes and failures of those apps and their services. In this workshop you’ll learn how to define SLOs and monitor the right service level indicators to ensure reliability. Armed with this information, we'll introduce chaos into a sample application and learn how to respond effectively using error budgets.

Location

Haus Ungarn
Eingang neben TITUS, Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9, 10997
Berlin, Germany

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