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May 12, 2021 84 min
An conversation with Erin Schnabel (@ebullientworks) about: switching from IBM to Red Hat, the great ThinkPad 31p, gentoo linux on Dell laptop, Dell vs. Alienware, working on quarkus, the Q quarkus issue, Quarkus, Health, Metrics,OpenAPI: Moved Permanently (301), OpenLiberty, Quarkus and the non-application namespace, Thinkpad with Windows Vista and an Apple sticker, Erin Schnabel-Metrics for the win! conference, micrometer comes with support for Datadog metrics and other non-prometheus, prometheus as integration point, the relation between Microprofile Metrics and micrometer, OpenTracing, OpenCensus and OpenTelemetry, Quarkus and MicroProfile

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