21st Software Performance Meetup @ ESG Mobility

21st Software Performance Meetup @ ESG Mobility

We would like to announce our 21st Software Performance Meetup. It will take place on November 26th 2019 and will be hosted by ESG Mobility.

Please join us to learn about about “Instrumenting Legacy Applications with Jaeger and inspect.IT Ocelot” by Jonas Engeler from Interhyp and about “Performance Testing of OpenShift” by Elvir Kuric from Red Hat.

Demystifying the Monolith: Instrumenting Legacy Applications with Jaeger and inspect.IT Ocelot (Jonas Engeler, Interhyp)

When analyzing the performance of legacy applications, the standard approaches and tools like stack dumps or the Java Flight Recorder provide some insights, but many APM issues lie deeper and are more difficult to trace down. This talk shows how the combination of Jaeger and inspect.IT Ocelot can help localize these hidden APM issues. Insights from practical experiences with the instrumentation of a large monolith application and hands-on tips for a quick setup are provided.

Performance Testing OpenShift and Other Infrastructures using Pbench (Elvir Kuric, Red Hat)

In this talk it will be presented how to use the Pbench tool to execute tests on bare metal systems or on Openshift cluster inside pods.

The presentation will particularly cover how to

1) start using Pbench with focus on
a) install Pbench server
b) register Pbench tools
c) Pbench tools overview
d) start Pbench tests

2) how to use Pbench on Openshift and how to run tests in containerized environment
[1] Pbench – https://github.com/distributed-system-analysis/pbench

Registration

You may register for the event on the Meetup page. We are looking forward to meeting you there!

By |2019-09-21T13:46:53+02:00September 24th, 2019|

About the Author:

Andreas is founder of RETIT GmbH. His work focusses on performance evaluations of enterprise applications using performance modeling techniques. Andreas gained more than 10 years experience in the field of software performance engineering in his various roles at IBM and while leading a research group focused on software performance at an institute of the Technical University of Munich (TUM).