Our infrastructures generate a lot of metadata. However, true insight comes from the derivative data -- the data that we derive from the metadata. In today's world of distributed architectures and microservices, just monitoring your CPU and Memory of your machines is not enough. I will give you tips and strategies for collecting good metadata, picking what to monitor, creating good derivative data, and how to use that to generate unique and actionable insights about your infrastructure.
Jeremy is an angel investor and advisor for various incubators and startups, and the CEO and founder of MinOps. He was the founding Reliability Engineer for Netflix and before that he ran ops for reddit as its first engineering hire. Jeremy also tech-edited the highly acclaimed AWS for Dummies. He is a noted speaker in serverless computing, distributed computing, availability, rapid scaling, and cloud computing, and holds a Cognitive Science degree from UC Berkeley.