Even though you tested your application perfectly, errors and bugs will still happen in production, especially if other services or databases go down or are under high load. Thus it is very important to see errors happening and to be able to react to them quickly. In this session we'll introduce you to efficient ways for monitoring and logging for errors and show how you can handle them if they happen, covering deployment strategies, using intelligent circuit breakers, and gracefully reducing functionality. The session will give examples and recommendations so that you can quickly get started with implementing these.


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A lot of useful information

Tony Stark at 15:55 on 24 Oct 2017

I think this would have been a good discussion but Bastian has a difficult accent and talked very fast, I missed a good bit of what was being said.
I am looking forward to going through the slides once posted.

This talk was like being blasted in the face with a firehose of information. There was a lot of excellent stuff to learn, but the speaker spoke way too rapidly, as if he was nervous, and clicked through the slides with the rapidity of a Michael Bay movie's action cuts. There was enough material here to fill one of the Monday three-hour classes, and I wish that had been the case, as there were a lot of tools that only got namechecked before he danced away to something else.

I suspect I'll get more from this class as I go through the slides, but in a sense it would have been better if it had been more in-depth on a given topic and had more examples of how to work with the tools.

Ryan Heath at 16:44 on 24 Oct 2017

Incredibly useful session. Thanks

Ryan Szemplak at 08:34 on 26 Oct 2017

It was a little hard to understand Bastian and went fast. A lot of useful information and will be looking back over the slides to use some of the things talked about

John at 16:25 on 26 Oct 2017

Too much information and not organized well.

Elli at 10:52 on 27 Oct 2017

This talk had a lot of great information. Information was delivered very very fast, would have been easier to follow along if the presentation had been a little slower.

Dan Chao at 16:22 on 1 Nov 2017

A lot of information to convey in the amount of time allotted. I received a good overview and can now go through the slides at my own pace.