As a developer or support engineer you have probably spent enormous energy and time manually analyzing log files, trying to find out what went wrong, when and why.
Using Exago, now you can automatically parse and process log files, and check them against an abstract model of the system. In case of failure, it will report the abstract state where the error occurred, and the events that led to the point of failure. In this 60 minute tutorial we will cover, how to: specify relations between log files and their properties, provide the abstract model of the system: either manually providing it based on system documentation or generate it automatically based on example logs use the results to reproduce and repair the error. In brief, this tool automates most of the daunting and tiresome task of manually inspecting log files, tasks that you would probably pass to the interns.
Fred HebertLearn You Some Erlang for great good Fred!
Fred Hebert is an Erlang enthusiast based in the unexplored Northern parts of Quebec (relatively speaking). He is so enthusiastic, in fact, that he started writing Learn You Some Erlang for great good! a free online book designed to teach Erlang, functional programming and basic computer science concepts.
He started his career working with backend services for medium to large scale web sites, but php just did not do it. In 2010 Erlang Solutions came to the rescue! He is now working with course development and e-learning while remaining true to web applications, this time, written in Erlang.