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Wednesday, May 18 • 4:00pm - 4:20pm
Analytics as Code with Juttle

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Software developers rely on operational analytics to track health and performance of their apps/services, as we do at Quid. You can go the DIY route with Kibana, Grafana and other open source tools, or rely on analytics service providers, but many choices will limit you to a UI-based experience. I'm a believer in analytics as code, and will present reasons and possible choices for those who want their analytics managed as code with source control and code reviews. Juttle (http://juttle.github.io/) is one such developer-oriented analytics platform that bridges querying data from different storage backends, processing, joining and visualizing, all in a single line of code.

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Daria Mehra

Director of Quality Engineering, Quid
My fields of interest are data storage, data analytics, and quality (my unofficial title is "Bug Huntress"). I'm excited to be working on quality initiatives for the Quid intelligence platform. My favorite hammer of a programming language / analytics platform is Juttle, I'm one of the maintainers of its open source project (http://github.com/juttle/juttle). My single favorite activity is debugging, and a second close is reading books on paper.




Wednesday May 18, 2016 4:00pm - 4:20pm
Markov

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