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This time, we talk about a database built for observability: FrostDB, formerly known as ArcticDB. eBPF generates a lot of high cardinality data, which requires a new approach to writing, persisting & then reading back this state.
TL;DR FrostDB is sub zero cool & well worthy of its name.
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Notes and Links
- ⚠️ Naming is hard: ArcticDB is now FrostDB (+updates!)
- Introducing ArcticDB: A database for Observability
- Profiling Next.js apps with Parca
- Michal Kuratczyk helped us figure out what we were doing wrong with Erlang perf maps
- David Ansari: Improving RabbitMQ Performance with Flame Graphs
- Kemal Akkoyun: Fantastic Symbols and Where to Find Them Part 1 & Part 2
- Matthias Loibl: pyrra - Making SLOs with Prometheus manageable, accessible, and easy to use for everyone!
- Tyler Neely: 🎬 Modern database engineering with io_uring - FOSDEM 2020
- Achille Roussel: Go library to read/write Parquet files - segmentio/parquet-go
- Julia Evans: How to spy on a Ruby program
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