Observability for Node.js & Realtime Software
Slides from my talk at the LXJS 2012 on Observability. I explore what observability means to realtime software, why we should care, and how to start making realtime Node.js apps more observable. I present some tools and approaches that I've found useful running production realtime software.
You can view the slides by simply opening
index.html in your browser or by running:
$ npm install $ npm start
...and going to http://localhost:8888
$ npm doc dshaw-talk-2012-09-lxjs
Will take you here.
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