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Five questions for Ben Sigelman about adopting distributed tracing tools and optimizing performance of complex, distributed systems.
Five questions for Brendan Gregg about improving the performance of Linux systems.
Five questions for Lee Calcote on the scaling and performance of container architectures.
Five questions for Emil Stolarsky on moving logic to the edge of your systems.
Five questions for Gwen Shapira about how Kafka can enable business agility.
Five questions for Laura Frank about orchestration, security, and beyond.
Five Questions for Sebastien Goasguen about Kubernetes and the cloud native tools that support it.
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Five questions for Caskey Dickson: Insights on the changing role of IT ops.
Five questions for Rafał Kuć: Insights on what sets the ELK stack apart from other log management solutions, common user pitfalls, and tips for getting started.
Five questions for Björn Rabenstein: Insights on Kubernetes, Prometheus, and more.
Five Questions for Philip Tellis: Insights on the organizational benefits of RUM, and new techniques for measuring user performance and emotion.
Five Questions for Katherine Daniels: Thoughts on adopting DevOps effectively, the importance of empathy, and new essential skills for today’s ops professionals.
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