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Every organisation that has introduced microservices knows that it is complex and fraught with performance issues. Profiling microservices in production to find out which component adds latency is a difficult task, especially if different architectures and many servers are involved.
Zipnish is a new open source project developed to overcome this difficulties. It is built using Varnish Cache and it is used to track performance and help resolve latency issues in microservices architecture. The tool gives you insights on the status of each microservice component regardless of development and deployment architecture.
During the talk you will learn:
How Zipnish works and what components it consists of;
How Zipnish will help you solve performance issues in your microservices architecture;
How Zipnish works as a performance monitor;
How you can implement the tool .
Find out more on Zipnish on Github.
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Keeping it fast: microservice instrumentation with Zipnish
Federico Schwindt has more than twenty years of experience as a multi platform developer with particular focus on maximizing system performance, efficiency, response time, and overall system security. Federico is currently a senior software engineer at Varnish Software and for more than fifteen years a developer for the OpenBSD project. Prior to Varnish Software he worked six years as technical team lead for RBS Global Banking & Markets, and a myriad of other companies including Core Security, famous for the SSH insertion attack.