Debugging Large Scale Service Oriented Systems

A session at Cascadia Ruby 2012

Friday 3rd August, 2012

10:30am to 11:00am (PST)

You've developed this gorgeous, well factored service oriented architecture. And you've deployed it to production. You have tons of users hitting your system everyday and throwing all of the unexpected things users do at it.

Now something goes wrong, exceptions start flowing, from every system, all at once. How do you pin down the cause? How many people is it affecting? Is it localized to one component of your architecture?

As systems grow in complexity these questions become harder to answer, I'll talk about some good techniques to help reduce the time to find the answers when things are going wrong.

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Andy Delcambre

I love whisky, food, snowboarding, rock climbing, backpacking, travelling and bike riding. I also work on http://gist.github.com at http://github.com. bio from Twitter

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Time 10:30am11:00am PST

Date Fri 3rd August 2012

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