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Friday, May 20 • 4:50pm - 5:10pm
Importance of rethinking data visualization

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Visualizations of quantitative data typically just consists of displaying multiple line, bar, and pie charts in a dashboard leaving the viewer to aggregate and correlate the data in order to synthesize a meaningful story. The effects can vary from somewhat informative to disastrously misleading. The industry is mislead by products with standardized interfaces that aim to present performance information effectively through visualization but often miss the mark due to lack of domain expertise and creativity. This presentation show how much more powerful quantitative visual data can be with the application of domain expertise. The presentation will kick off with a review of Edward Tufte's analysis of the Challenger space shuttle disaster and move onto typical industry monitoring challenges such as displaying system load, analyzing the efficiency of database requests and monitoring latency response.

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Kyle Hailey

Technial Evangelist, Delphix
Kyle has worked on IT performance for over 20 years. He was a principal designer at Oracle on the Enterprise Manager performance monitoring interface which was implemented under waterfall methods. Following that he was the designer and product manager of DB Optimizer at Embarcadero using agile methodologies to deliver every version on schedule. Now he works at Delphix bringing agility to one of the biggest hurdles to application development... Read More →


Friday May 20, 2016 4:50pm - 5:10pm
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