David Gildeh

David is a serial entrepeneur, having founded and sold his last start-up, SambaStream, to Alfresco in 2011, where he became Director of Cloud Services, launching their Cloud Business. David looks after the business so the rest of the team can focus on delivering an awesome product for our customers.

Recent Posts

DevOps Exchange Meetup - July 2018

Posted by : David Gildeh | Meetup, DevOps Exchange London, DOXLON

Despite the London heatwave, we had a decent turnout for our July DevOps Exchange meetup which was once again hosted at the Sainsbury’s HQ in Holborn alongside our partners Linux Recruit. As Tony was away on holiday this month, Colin had the pleasure of hosting the enture event himself this month, and I hear he did a great job!

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#DOXSFO June 2018

Posted by : David Gildeh | DevOps Exchange San Francisco

Credit karma hosted DOXSFO Meetup event last June. It was entertaining with some great presentations. Clark Williamson, DevOps Engineer at Kaiser, Gervais Jonhson, Director Agile Transformation at Matrix Resources, and Vangelis Koukis, CTO and co-Founder at Arrikto shared their rich DevOps experience.  

We want to thank everyone who attended this month and look forward to seeing you at the next DOXSFO at WeWork.com in July 26. Do not miss this one!

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#DOXSFO May 2018

Posted by : David Gildeh | DevOps Exchange San Francisco

We do continue to grow the DevOps community in San Francisco, and our last Meetup hosted by Upgrade.com in May 23 was a success. We got some great speakers and some excellent talks from LinkedIn, Oracle, and UC Davis. Join our Slack Channel to connect the community in between our Meetup events. You can sign up here:

http://devops-exchange.com

Also don't forget to help us complete our State of DevOps Monitoring Survey 2018 - we really need your help to make it successful and will be presenting the results back to the whole community later on!

https://goo.gl/forms/7hUvBeZugmWCXO3a2 

We want to thank everyone who attended this month and look forward to seeing you at the next DOXSFO. We have the speakers and the location (Credit Karma), but we still need to finalize the date in June. Stay tune!

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#DOXSFO April 2018

Posted by : David Gildeh | DevOps Exchange San Francisco

We kicked off the third DevOps Exchange Meetup of 2018 on April with some excellent talks from Linkedin,  and Leanplum. Join our Slack Channel to connect the community in between our Meetups. You can sign up here:

http://devops-exchange.com

Also don't forget to help us complete our State of DevOps Monitoring Survey 2018 - we really need your help to make it successful and will be presenting the results back to the whole community later on!

https://goo.gl/forms/7hUvBeZugmWCXO3a2 

We want to thank everyone who attended this month and look forward to seeing you at the next DOXSFO at Upgrade.com in May 23. Do not miss this one!

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#DOXLON April 2018

Posted by : David Gildeh | DOXLON, DevOps Exchange (DOXLON), DevOps

We kicked off the third DevOps Exchange meetup of 2018 on April with some excellent talks from Amazon, OpsGenie and Smarkets. Join our Slack Channel to connect the community in between our meetups. You can sign up here:

http://devops-exchange.com

Also don't forget to help us complete our State of DevOps Monitoring Survey 2018 - we really need your help to make it successful and will be presenting the results back to the whole community later on!

https://goo.gl/forms/7hUvBeZugmWCXO3a2 

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#DOXLON February 2018

Posted by : David Gildeh | DOXLON, DevOps Exchange (DOXLON), DevOps

We kicked off our second DevOps Exchange meetup of 2018 on February, with some excellent talks from ITV, Wealth Wizards and Improbable. Join our Slack Channel to connect the community in between our meetups. You can sign up here:

http://devops-exchange.com

Also don't forget to help us complete our State of DevOps Monitoring Survey 2018 - we really need your help to make it successful and will be presenting the results back to the whole community later on!

https://goo.gl/forms/7hUvBeZugmWCXO3a2 

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#DOXSFO March 2018

Posted by : David Gildeh | DevOps Exchange (DOXLON), DevOps, DOXSFO

Last week's DevOps Exchange San Francisco Meetup was really good. Jean Philippe Bélanger, Software Engineer (DevOps) at Upgrade talked about how to empower your developers with on-demand and sandbox environment and David Gildeh, reminded everyone that Azure is not as sheet as he thought it would be.... In addition, Upgrade.com hosted this event in San Francisco welcoming everyone with good beers, wines, and pizzas. We just enjoyed a great moment with great speakers.

http://devops-exchange.com

As a kind remember don't forget to help us complete our State of DevOps Monitoring Survey 2018. We really need your support to make it successful, and will be presenting the results back to the whole community later on!

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#DOXSFO February 2018

Posted by : David Gildeh | DevOps Exchange (DOXLON), DevOps, DOXSFO

We kicked off our first DevOps Exchange meetup of 2018 last month, with some excellent talks from Serverless with David Wells, and The Decentralized Future of Cloud Infrastructure with Greg Osuri. We also announced the new Slack Channel we've launched to help connect the community in between our Meetups. You can sign up here:

http://devops-exchange.com

Also don't forget to help us complete our State of DevOps Monitoring Survey 2018 - we really need your help to make it successful and will be presenting the results back to the whole community later on!

https://goo.gl/forms/7hUvBeZugmWCXO3a2 

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Introducing JMXQuery to Monitor Java via Python

Posted by : David Gildeh | Monitoring, Java, JMX, open-source

Back in December 2014, we had a team Christmas hackathon and I decided I wanted to make Java Monitoring really simple via our agent and integration plugins. At that time we were recommending new users monitor Java services using solutions like Jolokia, listed in this blog we wrote back then. It was frustrating that our users could monitor non-Java services in a few clicks but the moment they wanted to monitor Java we had to get them to install 3rd party agents, and there were so many ways of doing it there was no consistent way we could rely on to make it a one click setup like our non-Java integrations. It broke the whole setup experience.

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Monitoring Kubernetes (part 1)

Posted by : David Gildeh | Docker Containers, Monitoring Wisdom, Monitoring, Kubernetes

In 2017, we saw the rise and eventual takeover of the container orchestration tool, Kubernetes. Although a lot of great alternatives exist such as Docker Swarm, Mesos and Amazon ECS, Kubernetes became the leader for running containers at scale. Its benefits are that it’s Cloud native (it was designed to run applications at scale on Cloud platforms) and the ability to provide a virtual abstraction layer on top of Cloud providers enabling users to deploy their applications consistently between Cloud providers.

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