It used to be that you had to beg and plead to get telemetry feeds from your infrastructure, your applications, frankly anything. Now EVERYTHING has a telemetry feed, sometimes it’s even in an ‘open’ format. You’re drowning in data, correlation is uncorrelated, and it’s just sitting in S3 buckets making Jeff happy, but no-one else. We’ll be talking with Truman Boyes from Major League Baseball about strategies on how to correlate telemetry, what telemetry is actually useful, and more importantly, how to extract meaningful intelligence about your applications and infrastructure estate from the sea that is threatening to swamp you.
Bruce Pinsky is a Distinguished Engineer in the Product Infrastructure and Reliability Engineering team at Intuit, Inc. with over 25 years of network experience. Mr. Pinsky leads the development of vision and strategy for the network supporting Intuit’s SaaS platform for products such as TurboTax Online and QuickBooks Online.
Mr. Pinsky is a Cisco Certified Architect (CCAr) and is one of the earliest CCIEs (#1045) and CCDEs (#2007::0003).
Mr. Pinsky is co-author of the book Cisco Router Configuration: A Practical Introduction to Cisco IOS Configuration, 1st and 2nd edition and co-inventor of U.S. Patents 6,130,890, 6,870,851, 7,623,528, and 7,969,992, A Method and system for optimizing routing of data packets and U.S. Patent 7,733,798, Evaluation of network data aggregation.