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Tuesday, October 20 • 16:00 - 16:30
Full Observability for Application Monitoring

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Traditional APMs are great at helping troubleshoot custom app performance until problems start to reside within the database. Databases continue to be black boxes to most APMs and, therefore, black boxes to the developers and teams using them. To gain full observability, you need to look at the application and associated apparition and services from the database point of view. Only then will you be able to find the root cause of performance issues. Learn how teams can start with high-level application performance monitoring and drill layers deep into database and query performance.
During this session, we’ll learn:
    • How to troubleshoot and trace application issues down to the database
    • How to tune databases and queries for better performance 
    • How infrastructure can impact database performance
    • How new code affects database workload and query performance

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Markus Strauss

Senior Product Manager, SolarWinds
Markus Strauss is a senior product manager at SolarWinds, helping drive the future of the SolarWinds® Database Performance Monitor (DPM) product. He’s a seasoned professional with 20 years of experience in risk management, cybersecurity, and performance monitoring. Prior to SolarWinds... Read More →

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Matthew Boehm

Senior Instructor / Senior Architect, Percona
Matthew joined Percona in the fall of 2012 as a MySQL Consultant; now Senior Architect / Senior Instructor. His areas of knowledge include the traditional LAMP stack, memcached, MySQL Cluster, massive sharding topologies, and PHP/GoLang/C/C++ MySQL development. Previously, Matthew... Read More →

Tuesday October 20, 2020 16:00 - 16:30 EDT
  Observability, Application Development
  • Difficulty Advanced
  • Speaker Location USA