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Yuri Shkuro
Software engineer @ Uber. Creator of Jaeger. Author of "Mastering Distributed Tracing"
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Uber Engineering May 21
We are proud to contribute to Open Telemetry, a project
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Yuri Shkuro May 15
Proud to say: I personally spend 0 hrs on k8s Operator - yay the
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JaegerTracing May 8
Did you know is using to trace 100 million transactions per day? Have a look at why they chose Jaeger 🌟
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Yuri Shkuro May 6
It is surprising to me that the value of universal context propagation in distributed systems is still being questioned, so I put down a few use cases with hopefully obvious value propositions:
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Amy Codes @ #kubecon🌻 Apr 23
Every. Single. Time. That I need to unmarshal an interface onto a struct. I need to look it up. The secret to professional software engineering is that I don't actually hold the knowledge in my brain. My brain is just an index of specific phrases to google.
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Bryan Cantrill Apr 12
This photo of Dr. Katie Bouman seeing the first image of a black hole upon reconstruction is perhaps the most evocative photo of intellectual breakthrough that I have seen -- of anyone, ever. 1/
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Uber Engineering Apr 12
New on the blog: 'As with many skills, you don’t have to be a natural at coding; you can just keep practicing, and then, over time, become good at it.' - , M3 Observability Engineer
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Yuri Shkuro Apr 10
My take on the old debate. Monitoring is about the things you can automate. Observability is what you need when you get humans involved.
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Yuri Shkuro Apr 10
Replying to @funcshawnal
Nope, SF, on 3rd and Howard
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Yuri Shkuro Apr 9
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Yuri Shkuro Mar 31
Replying to @rakyll
The second edition of my book practically writes itself ...
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JaegerTracing Mar 26
Don't miss the new post from on fine tuning your individual components to better match the needs of your particular deployment scenario 🙌 📖
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Yuri Shkuro Mar 23
Replying to @copyconstruct
I mostly talk about data mining, not ML (e.g. "Chapter 12: Gathering Insights Through Data Mining" in my book ), but we also had some success with clustering for outage classification.
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Yuri Shkuro Mar 22
Chapter 11, "Integration with Metrics and Logs": I think the illustration by betrays my feelings towards these tools...
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Juraci Paixão Kröhling Mar 13
I'm really proud that the project is participating in the platform to continue funding the performance investigation work done by !
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JaegerTracing Mar 14
to when Joe Farro explored several techniques for deriving value from distributed traces during a Distributed Tracing NYC last month 👇
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Liz Fong-Jones (方禮真) Mar 4
I'll be livetweeting the wonderful on how to make distributed tracing useful! It's a solutions track talk but the room is still packed! One fun thing about attending your competitor's talks is you always find things in common and can keep each other honest!
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Yuri Shkuro Mar 4
The role of observability is not to provide you with more data ("moar dashboards"), but a) relevant data, b) ability to ask questions you didn't think of when building the dashboards.
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Yuri Shkuro Feb 28
My book on is finally out! And on sale again, 50% off. The team surprised with an impromptu celebration, giving a new meaning to "devour a book"
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Yuri Shkuro Feb 25
Replying to @mansu @el_bhs
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