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Monday, November 18 • 3:30pm - 3:40pm
Solving Microservice Murder Mysteries with Envoy's Tap Filter - Mitch Kelley, Solo.io

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If only debugging microservice failures were so simple. Learn how Envoy's Tap filter can be used to get to the bottom of your most intractable failure modes before they strike again. Through an interactive live demo we will show how to configure and apply Envoy Tap filters to capture, replay, and debug the types of intermittent failures that plague microservices. This debug workflow transforms bug reproduction activities from an expensive, team-wide investigation to a simple, instant database query. Whether you are using Envoy directly or through Istio, learn how you can take advantage of this powerful new feature to increase the resiliency of your distributed systems and the effectiveness of your teams.

Please bring your computer or smartphone to participate in this live investigation.

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Mitch Kelley

Software Engineer, Solo.io
Mitch is a software engineer at Solo.io where he works to make developers more productive. Mitch is a maintainer of Solo.io’s open source microservice debugger, Squash. In a previous job at an enterprise cloud software company, he came to appreciate the great potential of cloud... Read More →

Monday November 18, 2019 3:30pm - 3:40pm PST
Pacific Ballroom 16/17/19
  Lightning Talk
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