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Tuesday, June 26 • 15:30 - 16:10
Containerized Monitoring: Adaption to Different Infrastructures and Verification Schemes - Yang (Gabriel) Yu, Huawei & Emma Foley, Intel

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In this presentation, monitoring with its containerized solutions to different infrastructures and verification schemes are discussed which are developed in OPNFV community. Monitoring of the system behaviors establishes a common basis and provides standardized metrics sets for different applications. It helps developers, system maintainers, etc., to locate the root causes, to alarm for malfunctions, to analyze the system behaviors, etc. Containerized monitoring solutions are proved to be more isolated and more adaptive to different systems.

Demonstrations of how developing or configuring containerized monitoring adaptions to different OPNFV OpenStack deployments, different K8S applications, different verification schemes are presented. Questions about automation, visualizing bottlenecks, multi-dimension dashboarding, etc., are also discussed in the presentation.

Speakers
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Emma Foley

Software Engineer, Intel
Emma is a Software Engineer in the Network Platforms Group in Intel. Emma has worked on Service Assurance, making more statistics available for the OpenStack cloud, by enabling collectd stats and events to be used in OpenStack. She is committer to the OPNFV Barometer project, and... Read More →
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Yang (Gabriel) Yu

Senior Team Leader, Huawei
Gabriel is a Senior Team Leader on Open Source Development Team at Huawei and the PTL of the OPNFV Bottlenecks project. His experience includes leading testing working group and long duration testing initiative in OPNFV, micro-service transformation of OPNFV testing projects in cloud... Read More →


Tuesday June 26, 2018 15:30 - 16:10
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