Lots of the Timescale team are at Kubecon EU this week in Valencia, as the Promscale team are taking the opportunity, too, to have their first in-person meet up (yes, if you’re a remote worker at Timescale you get to travel from time-to-time).
If you’re attending, make sure to come and say hi to us at booth G3! Once we’re sure of where we are I will update with specific directions.
At the Data on Kubernetes Day satellite event Oleksii Kliukin will be sharing a brief insight on What we’ve learned from running a PostgreSQL managed service on Kubernetes at 14:35 CET / 12:35 UTC / 08:35 EST
Meanwhile, the Promscale team will be presenting talks at Prometheus Day Europe (a Kubecon satellite event) on Tuesday, May 17th – the schedule is at this link https://prometheusdayeu22.sched.com/
- Ramon Giui will be presenting a session on Connecting Prometheus and OpenTelemetry Data for Faster Troubleshooting
- Harkishen Singh will be talking about How Prometheus Indexes Data and why you should care…
- Mat Ayre is presenting Storing Continuous Benchmarking Data in Prometheus
- Paweł Krupa is sparking delegates with his lightning talk Integrating 3rd Party Non-Prometheus-native services without writing code
When we have the videos we will of course share them, but it’s better to catch them live if you can. For the rest of the week, there will be team members and demos at the Timescale booth, where @Lucie and I will be helping to find the right people to answer your TimescaleDB and Promscale questions.