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What can you do with data at the speed of 10x million events per second

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  • UserIrina Frumkin, a Principal Software Engineering Lead, Microsoft
  • ClockFriday 28 October 2016, 13:05-14:05
  • HouseFW11, Computer Laboratory.

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Irina works on a powerful platform for real-time client and service analytics routinely processing 10x million service and client events per second that includes capabilities for on-the-fly custom metric creation using a flexible query language, rich visualizations, and real-time alerting. The talk will cover the challenges faced in designing the system to be able to process such high load in real time with low cost.

Bio: Irina has been with Microsoft for over 14 years working on a wide gamut of products including MSN Mobile, Photography, Social experiences, Xbox Live services, Bing and real-time monitoring in WDG . Irina has developed large scale Social Gaming services platform based on Azure, authored an application model for distributed systems and implemented a large scale real-time monitoring and diagnostic solution for Xbox 360 Services and developed a scalable rich data visualization and exploration platform for reorganizing terabytes of data. Irina is currently a dev lead on data and analytics team in windows working on a real-time monitoring solution that routinely process 10M(illions) messages/sec, including analytics, analysis, aggregations, alerts, standing queries and much more.

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