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Information about Continuous Monitoring

Published on August 14, 2008

Author: exortech

Source: slideshare.net

Description

Continuous Monitoring Tutorial from Agile 2008

Continuous Monitoring: Beyond Continuous Integration

Beyond Continuous Integration

Hi!

 

 

8 years

> 15 teams

Agile methods

 

 

 

welcome

clinic

talk: 30 minutes

hack: remainder

discussion

teams

 

What is Continuous Monitoring?

 

 

ambient information

passively

work environment

collective responsibility

self-organization

limitations

low fidelity

 

 

more flexible

beyond build status

one small part

project health

software quality?

performance?

stability?

profitable?

leveraging

 

project health

 

 

 

 

 

Continuous Monitoring: “ the practice of leveraging ambient displays to provide the whole team with the information to continuously monitor overall project health ”

open workspace online project information cheap flat screen displays cross-functional, self-organizing product teams short release cycles confluence

open workspace

online project information

cheap flat screen displays

cross-functional, self-organizing product teams

short release cycles

practice

goals:

transparency + accountability

“ taking information out of systems and bringing it into the world”

democratizing project information

self-organization

Lean manufacturing

andon

( アンドン , あんどん , 行灯 )

 

 

regulate production flow

takt time

velocity

throughput

Production Pace Timer

Production Board

visual control

 

“ Everyone involved must be able to see and must understand every aspect of the operation and its status at all times”

simple visible essential immediate manual control andon

simple

visible

essential

immediate

manual control

designing andon boards for software teams

what should we measure?

hardware

mountable display with embedded processor wired/wireless accessible inexpensive/consumer grade low-spec processor is acceptable fit for purpose requirements

mountable display with embedded processor

wired/wireless accessible

inexpensive/consumer grade

low-spec processor is acceptable

fit for purpose

Wall-mountable LCD 17” screen $120 wall mount ($20) computer not included

17” screen

$120

wall mount ($20)

computer not included

Networked monitors Samsung Syncmaster 400PXN 40” screen $2000 Windows XP Embedded

Samsung Syncmaster 400PXN

40” screen

$2000

Windows XP Embedded

iMac 20”/24” screen 2.4 - 3.0 GHz 1 GB RAM 24” is mountable $1000+ second-hand market

20”/24” screen

2.4 - 3.0 GHz

1 GB RAM

24” is mountable

$1000+

second-hand market

Mac mini 1.8 GHz 1 GB RAM mounted monitor/projector $700

1.8 GHz

1 GB RAM

mounted monitor/projector

$700

gumstix 200 MHz XScale processor 64MB RAM wired connection OpenEmbedded Linux 2.6 no video connection $190

200 MHz XScale processor

64MB RAM

wired connection

OpenEmbedded Linux 2.6

no video connection

$190

Kodak Easyshare EX10-11 800 x 480 10” screen wireless remote control 128MB RAM 1 USB port & speaker $200

800 x 480 10” screen

wireless

remote control

128MB RAM

1 USB port & speaker

$200

Chumby 320 x 240 3” screen 350 MHz ARM processor 64MB RAM 2 USB ports speaker & microphone wireless $179.99

320 x 240 3” screen

350 MHz ARM processor

64MB RAM

2 USB ports

speaker & microphone

wireless

$179.99

other ideas?

software

integrates with different information sources simple display readable at a distance clearly alerts problems as they happen requirements

integrates with different information sources

simple display readable at a distance

clearly alerts problems as they happen

CCDashboard Branch R1 - 2306 Stage 1 - 2608 Smoke - 2601 DB - 2306 Regression - 2308

BigVisibleCruise

Ganglia

other ideas?

dashboard design

 

Analytic Strategic Operational

Analytic

Strategic

Operational

simple visible real-time problem-focused Operational Dashboards

simple

visible

real-time

problem-focused

more information

http://groups.google.com.ag/group/continuousmonitoring

let’s do stuff

design your own: 30 minutes Stage 1

build your own: http://10.255.252.56:3000 / Stage 2 5pm: finish and review

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