#1 CNCF Italy OpenTracing theory and practice at Toolbox Turin

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What is CNCF?

CNCF is a branch of The Linux Foundation focused on Cloud Computing and modern scalable architectures. It’s supporting tools like Kubernetes, Prometheus, containerd and so on. If you are using one of them or you are looking to know more about them, this is your meetup. Join us! hashtag #CNCFItaly on twitter.

About the Event

This will be a full evening about OpenTracing. OpenTracing turns the light on for microservices (https://www.cncf.io/blog/2016/10/20/opentracing-turning-the-lights-on-for-microservices/). It is a specification to store and manage trace. How can we follow what’s going on from the beginning to the end of our requests? What’s happening when they cross different services? Where is the bottleneck? Tracing helps you to understand what’s going on. It’s not just for microservices but also for caching, queue system an so on. Have a look at the trends https://trends.google.it/trends/explore?q=opentracing you need to know!

The event will be in Turin, we are still waiting for the final destination, but it’s coming soon!

Schedule

19.00 - 19.45 Overview and Opentracing in theory by Gianluca Arbezzano

That is this group? How does it work? What is the CNCF? After this short introduction I am going to show you what is Opentracing what it means and why the adoption is growing so much in a short amount of time. Use cases, possible implementations and so on.

19.45 - 20.30 Trace your micro-services oriented application with Zipkin and OpenTracing

A practical approach to OpenTracing in a PHPmicroservices application. In this talk, we will focus on Zipkin and OpenTracing. An example of integration in an online application clarifies our needs of tracing and measuring things in our softwares, simply because measure is the key to science.

20.30-21.30 Networking, Pizza and Beers

Follow our speaker on Twitter: @gianarb and @walterdalmut

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