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Avoiding Alerts Overload from Microservices
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| by Sarah Wells Follow 0 Followers on Jun 21, 2017 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in San Francisco April 9-10, 2018. Join us!

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Sarah Wells talks about the FT team that currently has over 150 microservices in production. Wells shares how her team regain control of their inboxes and their time, and offers some tips and tricks: focus on the stuff that matters when it comes to developing microservices, build a system with support in mind, take practical approaches to optimizing alerts and the infrastructure.

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Sarah Wells works as a Principal Engineer at Financial Times (FT). She is currently leading work on building a semantic publishing platform, making it easy to discover and access all the FT’s published content via APIs in a common and flexible format. Her recent focus has been on Go, microservices, containerisation, devops, and how to influence teams to do the right things.

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