Snap and Grafana Democratize Telemetry for the Clouds of the Future – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 498

November 2nd, 2016 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Nick Weaver, Director of Orchestration Engineering for the Data Center Solutions Group at Intel, joins us live from Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco. Weaver’s work focuses on orchestration, scheduling, and evolving the data center through intelligent automation. In this interview, Weaver discusses rapid adoption of the Snap open telemetry framework. Weaver notes that Snap democratizes access to telemetry data that was previously available only in the largest, most advanced data centers. Additionally, Weaver highlights the benefits and results of Snap’s collaboration with Raintank, makers of the popular Grafana open source data visualization dashboard, and talks about the future of data center telemetry and management.

For more information on Snap, please visit:
snap-telemetry.io

For more on Weaver’s work, please follow him on Twitter at:
twitter.com/lynxbat

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