Joining us this week is Christine Yen, Co-founder at Honeycomb coming from a recording at SRECon Americas in March 2018 at Santa Clara Convention Center Hyatt.
- Understanding of what developer tools are today
- Observability vs Monitoring
- Instrumenting Apps for Diagnostics to help Developers do More
- Tool to build not just better engineers but teams as well to support customers
- Brief history of Honeycomb and where it came from (Parse and Facebook)
- How debug containers that are most likely gone by time problem arises?
- AI / Machine Learning – can it really help today?
- 2nd Wave of DevOps
- Impact of listening to users at a startup – people problems vs technology
Topic Time (Minutes.Seconds)
Introduction 0.0 – 2.05
Integration of Honeycomb and Digital Rebar Provision 2.05 – 3.01 (Plugin Info)
Developer Tools – what is that category? 3.01 – 5.15 (Not doing harm)
Observability vs Monitoring 5.15 – 7.45 (Doctor analogy)
Instrumenting Applications for Diagnostics 7.45 – 10.19
My View vs Team View 10.19 – 14.45 (Build better eng & teams)
Why we built Honeycomb? 14.45 – 18.38
Centralized Logging in Distributed Containers 18.38 – 19.25
Can AI / Machine Learning assist in Finding Issues? 19.25 – 21.35 (7 Different Ways by Barry Schwartz)
Team Specialties – 2nd Wave of DevOps 21.35 – 26.35 (Teach Devs to Own Code)
Listening to Users as a Startup 26.35 – 35.35 (UI Issues)
Who is Charity Majors? Co-Founder Honeycomb 35.35 – 38.30
Wrap Up 38.30 – END
Podcast Guest: Christine Yen, Co-founder at Honeycomb
Christine Yen is a cofounder of Honeycomb, a startup with a new approach to observability and debugging systems with data. Christine has built systems and products at companies large and small and likes to have her fingers in as many pies as possible. Previously, she built Parse’s analytics product (and leveraged Facebook’s data systems to expand it) and wrote software at a few now-defunct startups.