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December 10–13, 2018
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Tuesday, December 11 • 3:40pm - 4:15pm
Observability is the Key Tenet of Running a Multi-Tenant K8s Environment - Thom McCann & Amreth Chandrasehar, T-Mobile

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How do you achieve 200 Million requests per day and no down time for 2 years? T-Mobile has been driving containerized workloads for many internal application teams. Running an internal multi-tenant environment can be challenging but has significant benefits

In this session we'll dive deep into observability components such as a large scale telemetry system built on Prometheus serving 4000+ requests per second and millions of metrics over 6 clusters. This open source system is built across 3 AZs in each region (US West and US East) and is federated across multiple Prometheus clusters enabling distributed queries and limitless scale.

We'll dive deep into how our operational teams can view integrated monitoring for infrastructure, hosts, VMs, containers and application level and integrate alerts with slack, pager duty and other real-time systems.

Speakers
avatar for Amreth Chandrasehar

Amreth Chandrasehar

Principal Architect, Cloud, T-Mobile
Amreth Chandrasehar is a Principal Architect at T-Mobile responsible for on-boarding company-wide workloads on to the cloud. He is a co-creator of T-Mobile's internal system known as Conducktor which accelerates application team development for container based applications... Read More →
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Thom McCann

Sr. Manager Software Engineering, T-Mobile
For decades, Thom McCann has been an innovator in the technology industry across several different software projects. As the creator of Outlook Web Access and key member of the teams that delivered the first versions of Windows NT and Exchange Server, he has built products reaching... Read More →



Tuesday December 11, 2018 3:40pm - 4:15pm
4C 3/4