Peaceful Distributed Microservice Architecture

Everyone focuses on optimizing the MTTR over MTTD in any enterprise. However, with distributed resilient MSA, Mean time to Detect the incident is crucial to keep the environment stable. This talk is all about how to optimize the MTTD using OS Tools.

Most of the time everyone focuses on optimizing the Mean Time To Resolution over Mean time to Detect in any enterprise. However, with distributed resilient microservice architecture, Mean time to Detect the incident is crucial to keep the environment stable. As many organizations to move from a monolithic architecture to a distributed Microservices Architecture along with cloud-native adoption these environment includes thousands of components interacting in complex, rapidly changing deployments over multiple tiers. Therefore, there will be a large number of events, matrices and data are produced in each and every node. Today’s dynamic cloud-native environments use multiple different technologies and aggregated tools. Currently, in the industry there are two techniques utilized for monitoring: one is known as observability and the other is surveillance. In this session, Vanji will review the how-to employ observability and surveillance technologies to reduce the MTTD in a cloud-native environment.

Vanji is a Project Management Committee (PMC) member and a committer for the Apache Synapse Project. Currently, he is a lead solutions engineer and a member of the solutions architecture team at WSO2. During the course of his career at WSO2, he has been involved in the research and development of the WSO2 Enterprise Integrator product.

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