Building a real-time monitoring service that handles millions of custom events per second while s...
Building a real-time monitoring service that handles millions of custom events per second while satisfying complex rules, varied throughput requirements, and numerous dimensions simultaneously is a complex endeavor. Sumeet Singh and Mridul Jain explain how Yahoo approached these challenges with Apache Storm Trident, Kafka, HBase, and OpenTSDB and discuss the lessons learned along the way.
Sumeet and Mridul explain scaling patterns backed by real scenarios and data to help attendees develop their own architectures and strategies for dealing with the scale challenges that come with real-time big data systems. They also explore the tradeoffs made in catering to a diverse set of daily users and the associated usability challenges that motivated Yahoo to build a self-serve, easy-to-use platform that requires minimal programming experience. Sumeet and Mridul then discuss event-level tracking for debugging and troubleshooting problems that our users may encounter at this scale. Over the course of their talk, they also address building infrastructure and operational intelligence with anomaly detection, alert correlation, and trend analysis based on the monitoring platform.