Azul Systems, Inc.
02 Dec 2014 - 05 Dec 2014
8.00 to 17.00
Pullman Melbourne Albert Park, 65 Queens Road, Albert Park VIC 3004
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YOW! offers fast-paced, technically-oriented presentations and workshops. It's a great way to network with other talented developers in the Australian software community.
Azul CTO Gil Tene will be presenting at the conference on "How
NOT to Measure Latency" and holding a workshop on "Understanding
Latency & Application Responsiveness".
Talk: How NOT to Measure Latency
4 December 1:30 - 2:20 PM Melbourne
8 December 1:30 - 2:20 PM Brisbane
11 December 1:30 - 2:20 PM Sydney
Time is money. Understanding application responsiveness and latency is critical not only for delivering good application behavior but also for maintaining profitability and containing risk. But good characterization of bad data is useless. When measurements of response time present false or misleading latency information, even the best analysis can lead to wrong operational decisions and poor application experience. This talk demonstrates common pitfalls encountered in measuring, describing and reporting latency and response time behavior. It then demonstrates the use of recently open sourced tools to improve and gain higher confidence in both latency measurement and reporting.
Workshop: Understanding Latency & Application Responsiveness
3 December Melbourne
10 December Sydney
Managing, monitoring, and improving application responsiveness is a common need for many software professionals. Whether you develop Java applications or manage them, understanding application responsiveness and the major mechanisms that affect it is key to achieving successful applications and happy users. In this workshop,
WHAT WILL I LEARN
This workshop will provide an in-depth overview of Latency and Response Time Characterization, including proven methodologies for measuring, reporting, and investigating latencies, and and overview of some common pitfalls encountered (far too often) in the field. While most of this discussion will apply to all application environments, some specific considerations in Java based environments will be covered as part of this workshop.