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Monday
Nov 4, 2013
Devopsdays Portland
through Ellyn Bye Studio at the Armory

DevopsDays Portland is a two day event with a combination of presentations and open spaces designed to bring development and operations together at one conference.

Register to attend ($100 registration fee): http://devopsdays.org/events/2013-portland/registration/

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Thursday
Jun 25, 2009
Introduction to Yahoo Pipes: Monitoring Conversations (Fee Required)
US Bank Tower - Ground Floor Conference Room

My next Yahoo Pipes class is scheduled for June 25th. For those who aren’t familiar with Yahoo Pipes, it is a tool that I use to monitor conversations happening across various social media sites. While Yahoo Pipes can also do so much more, I have focused this introductory class on monitoring conversations.

Register: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/350105174

  Costs:
      * Early Bird: $124.99
      * Students, Freelancers, or Unemployed Early Bird: $34.99
      * Late Registration (After June 18): $199.99
      * Students, Freelancers, or Unemployed (After June 18): $49.99

  Prerequisites
      * You will need to bring a laptop to the training class
      * You must have a Yahoo account (Flickr / Upcoming) and confirm that you can access Pipes with that account
      * You will also need to create a Google Spreadsheet with 5-6 keywords formatted like this prior to the class.
      * No prior knowledge of Yahoo Pipes is required

  Visit the Introduction to Yahoo Pipes training page for the course outline and other information about the class. http://fastwonderblog.com/training/
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Monday
Jun 15, 2015
Monitorama
through Gerding Theater at the Armory

Monitorama is an 3-day event for Dev and Ops practitioners to gather and discuss the past, present, and future of monitoring software and trends. Our lineups often include more abstract discussions of software craftsmanship and dealing with the human side of failure, but the common thread through the entire event is to advance the state of art for all software monitoring-related technologies and methodologies.

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Thursday
May 18, 2017
Nike Tech Talks
Nike Decathlon Club Cafe

Join Nike Digital for the Nike Tech Talks on May 18th! The event will take place from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM at the Nike Decathlon Club Cafe. Food and beverages will be served and there will be time to network before and after the talks.

Kill Your Darlings: Logs, Metrics, Dashboards and Monitoring (and why they all must go*) Charity Majors, Co-Founder & CEO of Honeycomb

Register at: https://niketechtalks-may2017.splashthat.com

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Thursday
Oct 12, 2017
Nike Tech Talks
Nike Decathlon Club Cafe

Join Nike Digital for the next event in our Nike Tech Talks series on Thursday, October 12th from 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM in the Nike Decathlon Club Cafe. 

Brandon Philips, CTO at CoreOS, will be giving a talk titled, Production Backbone: Monitoring Containerized Applications. 

Food and beverages will be served and there will be time to network before and after the talk. Learn more about the talks and RSVP today!

Questions? Contact: [email protected]  

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Tuesday
Apr 16, 2013
PLUG Advanced Topics: Graphite
Free Geek

Graphite - Scalable Realtime Graphing http://graphite.wikidot.com/

This talk will be my choices as to why I selected collectd / Graphite for performance monitoring my environment at home (email / web / database and test systems). The discussion will include what I looked at, why I discarded the software I did, and show some demonstrations of Graphite, Munin, and if I can get it working again, Ganglia for a comparison of some of their features. I will also discuss some of the hicups I found in configuring some aspects of collectd and Graphite.

Biography

Tim Bruce has been involved in computers since 1981 when he first fell in love with computing. He's done computer training, computer security, programming, systems administration and data management. For the last 14 years he's worked as a Database Administrator with Sybase, SQL Server, and PostgreSQL at employers such as Providence Health Systems, Fiserv, FlightStats, and currently with Northwest Evaluation Association.

Many will head to the Lucky Lab on Hawthorne after the meeting.

Thank you Igal. We will never forget you.

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Tuesday
Jul 15, 2014
Portland Java User Group (PJUG)
Oracle (Downtown Campus)

Glowroot: Open source monitoring for Java applications

After 4 years of incubating in my basement, Glowroot is ready to go out into the wild and take on difficult performance issues and sporadic errors with its GUI configurable trace and metric definitions and its core plugin support for servlets and JDBC.

http://glowroot.org/

Speaker

Trask Stalnaker is a 16-year Java programmer, author of Glowroot, Portland native and alumnus of Stanford University (BS Mathematics).

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Wednesday
Feb 6, 2019
SaaS Social Hour PDX
Cloudability

Datadog, PagerDuty, and Cloudability are headed to Portland on Wednesday, Feb 6 for an evening of tech talks, bites, and beers at Cloudability HQ. Learn how you can increase your visibility into critical systems, infect your organization with humane ops, and use Cloudability’s new integration with Datadog APM to balance performance and cost optimization.

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Tuesday
Jun 5, 2012
Why Do Airplanes Crash? Building an Open-Source Aircraft Sensor System
Galois, Inc

Presented by Chris Andrew, Kayla Seliner, Mark Craig, and Trang Nguyen.

On October 7, 2008, the flight control system of Qantas flight 72 malfunctioned without warning. The failure caused the aircraft to violently pitch down with an acceleration of -0.8g, pitching passengers and crew into the roof of the cabin resulting in many injuries. In the investigation that followed, the malfunction was attributed to a software problem in the Air Data Inertial Reference Unit. These units are utilized on all modern passenger jets, but are proprietary devices not open to public scrutiny.

This capstone project develops an open source Air Data Inertial Reference Unit using four redundant Arduino boards each with a microcontroller, 3D gyroscope and accelerometer. Faults are injected into the system through software and outputs are monitored over serial ports allowing the user to test effectiveness of fault-tolerant algorithms to mask fail silent and byzantine faults in the sensors. Failures in ADIRU systems are usually complex in nature and arise under very anomalous circumstances suggesting that fault-tolerant system design could benefit from the diverse testing and evaluation that can occur in an open source community. This project demonstrates the low entry-cost to building a fault-tolerant system for open-source design and experimentation.

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