Two ConSol Talks at FOSDEM 2017: ‘Implementing tail-f’ and ‘Monitoring Kubernetes with OMD & Prometheus’

This year`s FOSDEM, Europe’s largest developer conference on free software, will be held from 4–5 February 2017 at the ULB Solbosch Campus in Brussels, Belgium.

ConSol experts will be giving two talks at FOSDEM 2017: Fabian Stäber, an experienced software developer and the R&D lead at ConSol, will discuss ‘Implementing ‘tail-f’,’ while Michael Kraus, a ConSol software consultant and monitoring specialist, will speak about ‘Monitoring Kubernetes with OMD Labs Edition and Prometheus.’
Moreover, Fabian Stäber and Gerhard Laußer, the head of the ConSol Monitoring team, are organizing the lightning talks in the 'monitoring and cloud devroom'.

Full details on the two ConSol talks to be held on Sunday:

  • „Implementing 'tail -f“, speaker Fabian Stäber: 02/05/2017, 9:30 a.m. Track: Go devroom, room H. 1302 (Depage)
    The focus is on ‘tail-f’ implementation in Go; the speaker will explain the challenges of running the program on different operating systems and having it handle logrotate.
  • „Monitoring Kubernetes with OMD Labs Edition and Prometheus“, speaker Michael Kraus: 02/05/2017, 2:30 p.m. Track: Monitoring and Cloud devroom, room UB2.252A (Lameere)
    This talk will provide an introduction on how Kubernetes can be used to integrate monitoring into the use of Prometheus in the OMD Labs Edition.

About the FOSDEM developer conference in Brussels:

FOSDEM (Free and Open Source Software Developers’ European Meeting) is a two-day conference on free software that has been held in Brussels, Belgium, on one weekend each year since 2001. Every year, thousands of developers from all over the world take part – in 2016, around 8,000 attended.
FOSDEM is free for everyone to attend. Volunteers help organize the conference, which is funded by donations and sponsors. Alongside the main scheduled events, rooms are also provided in which software developers can introduce their projects or give short talks.

FOSDEM 2016 was held from 30–31 January 2016. The figures speak for themselves: approximately 8,000 participants, over 580 speakers, and nearly 620 events.