Building the Real-Time Performance Panel

June 21, 2017

Speaker: Jonathan Balsano, Software Engineer, Cloud, MongoDB 
Level: 200 (Intermediate)
Track: How We Build MongoDB

If you’ve ever had to deploy a tool within an internal network that you didn’t (and even if you did) set up you’re probably aware of the many pitfalls that can be caused by firewalls, load balancers, and latency. When the MongoDB Cloud Team implemented the Real Time Performance Panel, a tool that lets you monitor operations and performance in your deployment in real time, we leveraged our existing tools and architecture along with some new optimizations to provide a live monitoring experience with minimal latency that works within a variety of network architectures. In this talk, you will learn about the overall architecture of Cloud and Ops Manager, along with the specific optimizations you can use to provide a real time experience for clients when building your own monitoring solutions. 

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