20 Burst results for "Kalyan"
"kalyan" Discussed on Dr. Judy WTF
"A quarter to take care of yourself so it's amazing to me. How many people out there are truly suffering and they feel stuck and they have to launch out of this marriage by just Sometimes packing up and leaving and some people never leave. They just are inaction field trapped in head-turner. Remember you're you're only tracks your own mind. Okay because the the psycho virus in a negative because of systems those of that limit you of course logically were fee to lead any relationship unless we bought hancock. Sir gartshore add a appec. Were free to leave but in our minds were not free On god was going to happen to me financially. It's gonna be with the children. These are really deserve mill fears however unless the other individuals making some sort of a of an attack to get some true help which means digging back into their own childhood wounds developing a sense of empathy for what happened there and then eventually growing into somebody who can sell freed. Flack without understand. There's a distinction between self reflect and self lane because people are narcissistic injured won't suffer fla wide. Because they think that they're now being blamed and they've had enough of that to last for a lifetime if they've had critical parents so all of this has to be worked through therapy very methodically knock. Just talk therapy where you sit and go for twenty years and you just cry on. The couch is sitting there. I'm not a big fan of that as you could see a my mind map because the map is processes the journey in. So please if you if you feel that wanna get some more help than please reach out and grab a copy of my book and you can also call the psychological healing center and bequest of free consultation and of course if you want to purchase this video. The mind map video series. It'll break it down really clearly for you with some rated samples and and the more you know the less. You will be vulnerable to your unconscious. Kalyan said once you make the unconscious conscious. It no longer rules you so with. That said thank you so much for listening in. I appreciate you all Meyer all of the wisdom. That you're accumulating in using your life and struggling to to know more so that you can be the cause of a better outcome for the for the second half of your life in night everybody do..
Off-Duty Officer Shot in Chicago's Calumet Heights
"Reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of suspects who shot an off duty Chicago police officer Monday and kill you Met Heights Legion, Steve Roxton with that story, Investigators say the officer was stopped at a traffic light just after noon at 89th Street and Stoney Island Avenue when two gunmen fired into his vehicle striking him in the abdomen. The officer was rushed to the hospital, where he underwent surgery and was in fair condition. A two state police say they The Black Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross wanted in connection with the shooting abandoned near 92nd Street and Williams Avenue in Kalyan, Man Heights shortly after the car was found. Police also released surveillance video of two people in connection with the incident. They allegedly drove off in the car after shooting the officer Steve
South Chicago house fire leaves 2 firefighters injured
"Chicago firefighters injured battling a house fire last night near 86, then Phillips on the far South side near Kalyan Heights. District. Fire Chief Stephen Clay says things got rough one cruise made Interior entry into the buildings where the fire had intensified. Came disoriented, disoriented, disoriented fire made made it it was called called Okay. The The firefighters firefighters were quickly quickly rescued from from the the structure. structure. They were transported to the hospital with non life threatening injury place. That's when they got to the scene. They ran into a couple of frozen hydrants that led to a quick search for alternate water sources. A
"kalyan" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"Now House Robo calling impacted consumer behavior, and how does that behavior changed the customer outreach strategies used that legitimate businesses, so the numbers are pretty staggering when it comes to rubble, Kalyan and the impact, it's have on consumers and enterprises reaching their their customers so last year alone there was an estimated fifty four billion spam calls me and it's just a crazy amount of volume going to each and every one of the individuals that out there, and that's one thing from a consumer perspective is. Everybody knows everybody's experience this vaunt. Issue that's there and so now what what has happened is consumers are no longer answering the phone if they don't know who it is, that's calling her. There was consumer reports survey that seventy percent. The people no longer will answer. Call if they don't recognize the number that's coming. In, so with that happens then from the impact of businesses. Is that as preventing critical information from getting through? Consumers are not answering on the calls that they should be answering unfortunately. That's an astounding number that means it's to create value of all the effort and work. People do put into their contact centers. That that's absolutely right, and what we've seen over the past years is over a twenty percent reduction in answer rates alone, and that has continued unfortunately. To decrease from an answer, eight perspective, and so with her shaking, come along it gives some opportunities for enterprises in call centers to take advantage of this new ability to help restore trust when they are reaching out to their customers..
"kalyan" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast
"So now just nurture yourself to let let you be done with that for this present time. Don't let it hang around with you. Sometimes we call this coming back to neutral raking to say coming back to nurturing yourself and letting the letting letting that the power of that difficulty emotion. You know now now. We're going to stop working with it so you WANNA come back to a safe place and your body. And that's when we take care of ourselves so we send Meta. We send loving. Kindness and friendliness to ourselves may be well. May I feel safe? May I realize I can deal with these difficulty motions? I am strong. I can be fearless and then because it were Brag. That's met a practice. We definitely now need to send it out when we can. We can feel okay. We have enough for ourself. We can send some out and then we can begin to radiate an. We'd it just continues. We never run out and we are never unable to send it out so that we can radiate that feeling of goodwill out out. Send it out to all your loved ones. Send it out to your animal. Friends are big supporters. Send it out to strangers to enemies to the challenging loved ones in your life. Remember that Meta is infinite so once we begin to send it radiated out or radiating out it just becomes who we are and it keeps going and going and going and when it's infant that means we also can't say. I wanted to go to her but not to him. I wanted to go to those people in that. These people we. We don't have that control when we really understand what we're doing we can't pick and choose who we begin to send compassion to and. Meta too and that's wonderful isn't it? We'd all be tempted to to use to use that superpower for evil instead of for good so That's part of being infant. And we're not picking and choosing who we who we send it to and we can't and we can't pick and choose. What their responses so he never have any attachment to a radiating out those qualities like Metha- and compassion and sympathetic joy for others and equanimity. So that's that's enough for today. I was afraid I'd start coughing like I did yesterday so I have a night. I have a glass of water here with me in case Hope you can hope you can Comfortably work with your emotions and recognize that they are not permanent and recognize that. We're the only ones we have to ground ourselves and be with ourselves when it comes right down to it and you know if you have emotional issues that you have to deal with with with With a professional counselor or with medication that you know Speak supervised don't always feel that our practice of meditation that we're at a point in our lives where meditation can can solve every problem or deal with every everything we're working with. Sometimes we need. We need more help. We know that. And if you know that we we I I definitely in the other monks of Blue Lotus. Encourage you to get the help you need but to never have to give up meditation and it can be come along with any professional help you need. Your Meditation will only make everything better so not not suggesting. You quit meditating while you take care of something just know that We have to trust science. We have to trust what we know about the brain. We have to know that there are things that are available for us to use and work with and that's part of what we can become aware of as we practice when things are difficult for us. we need to get help and so never be afraid to get help. Okay you might just need to talk to a good friend a Kalyan Amita or he may need to talk to a doctor or you may need to talk to a counselor so Let that be let that be part of your part of your reality to don't cut off one with the other okay. Let them work together So it's lovely Slavia see names coming up and see people that I'm so happy to see and I'll see you again Sunday morning or you can listen to a recording. Okay have a beautiful day. Thank you so much for helping me in my practice as well. Okay bye bye..
The Superposition Principle
"Hi It's Eric with some thoughts for this week's audio say on the topic of Super Position. Now to those of you in the know. Superposition is an odd word in that it is the scientific concept we reach for when trying to describe the paradox of Schroeder's cat in the theory and philosophy of quantum measurement. We don't yet know how to say that. The cat is both dead and alive at the same time. Rigorously so we fudge whatever is going on with this unfortunate feline and say that the cat and the quantum system which it's life depends are a mixture of two distinct states that are somehow co-mingled in a way that has defied a satisfying explanation for about a century. Now I'm usually loath to appeal to such quantum concepts in everyday life as there is a veritable industry of people making bad quantum analogies for example whenever you have a non quantum system that is altered by its observation that really has nothing to do with the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. Jane Goodall Chimpanzees are almost certainly altered in their behavior due to her presence. But there is likely no competent. Quantum theorist who would analogize chimps two electrons and goodall to her mission observable executing a quantum observation. Heisenberg adds nothing other than physics. Envy to the discussion of an entirely classical situation. Such as this whoever I have changed my mind in the case of superposition if I would like to explain to begin with superposition isn't a quantum phenomena for example. Imagine that you'd come from Europe to Australia. And that you had both euros and Swiss francs in your pockets. You might then be said to be in a super position because you have pocket change in both euros and francs rather than a pure state of only one currency or the other the analog of a physical observable in this situation would be something like a multiple choice question found on the landing card about the contents of your pockets. Here it is easy to see the danger of the setup assuming you have three times as much value in euros as you do in francs what happens when you get a question. That doesn't include your situation as an answer. What if the landing card asked is all of your change in a euros or be Swiss francs with no other options available? Well this as stated is a completely classical superposition problem having nothing to do with quantum theory. We're you to have such classical question asked of you like this. There would have been no way for you to answer however if the answer. We're on the multiple choice menu. There would be no problem at all and you would give a clear answer determined by the state of your pockets so if the state in question isn't on the multiple choice menu. The classical world is forced to go. Mute is there is no answer determined by the system whereas if it is found on the list of allowable choices the answers then completely determined by the system state at the time that the question was asked. Oddly the quantum world is in a way exactly as deterministic as the classical one just described despite what you may have heard to the contrary in order to understand this. We'll have to introduce a bit of jargon so long as the system now called the Hilbert Space State is on the list of answers technically called the system of eigen vectors corresponding to the question now called a quantum observable the question will return a completely deterministic answer technically called the eigen value corresponding to the State. Iconductor. These are in a sense. Good questions in quantum theory because the answer corresponding to the state of the system actually appears as one of the multiple choice options so if that is completely deterministic while then what happened to the famous quantum probability theory and the indeterminately that we hear so much about what I told you that it. We're one hundred percent confined to the situation. Which classical theory couldn't handle either? That is quantum probability theory only becomes relevant when you ask bad quantum questions where the state of the system isn't on the list of multiple choice answers when the landing card asked if all your changed completely in euros or only francs. The classical system couldn't answer because three times the value of your Swiss francs were held in Euros. So no answer could be determined but if your pocket change were somehow quantum while then you might find that seventy five percent of the time your pocket coins would bizarrely turn into pure euros and would be wilder only turn into pure francs twenty five percent of the time just by virtue of your being asked for measurement by the landing cart in the quantum theory. This is due to the multiple choice. Answers of the so-called observable represented by the landing card question not being well suited to the mix state of your pockets in a super position between euros and francs in other words quantum theory gets probabilistic. Only where classical theory went mute. All of the indeterminately appears to come from asking bad multiple choice questions in both the classical an quantum regimes in which the state of the system doesn't fit any given answer quite honestly. I've never heard a physicist rework the issue of quantum probabilities in just this way so as to highlight that the probabilistic weirdness comes only from the quantum being overly solicitous in accommodating really bad questions for some reason. They don't like the idea of Kalyan observable that doesn't have the state of the system as an allowable answer a bad question but that is precisely why I do like it points out that the quantum is deterministic. Where the classical theory is deterministic and only probabilistic where the classical theory is mute. This is because it is really willing to answer questions that are in a sense that can be made precise bad questions to begin with. That doesn't get rid of the mystery but it recasts it so it doesn't sound quite so weird. The new question is why would a quantum system over compensate for the lousy questions being posed when the classical system seems to know not to answer? So why bring any of this up well? The first reasons that I couldn't resist sneaking personal reformulation of the quantum measurement problem that most people will have never considered but the second reason is that I've come to believe that we are wasting our political lives unjust such superposition questions for example. Let's see if we can solve the abortion debate problem right now in this podcast using superposition as it is much easier than the abortion problem itself. The abortion debate problem is that everyone agrees that before fertilization. There's no human life to worry about. And that after a baby is born. There is no question that it has a right to live yet. Pro Choice and pro life. Activists insist on telling us that the developing embryo is either a mere bundle of cells suddenly becoming a life only when born or a full-fledged baby the moment the sperm enters the egg you can guess my answer here. The question of is it. A baby's life or a woman's choice is agreed upon by everyone before fertilization or following birth because the observable in question has the system as one of the two multiple choice answers in those two cases however during the process of embryonic development something miraculous is taking place that we simply don't understand scientifically somehow a nonsense blast ula becomes a baby by a process utterly opaque to science which has yet has no mature theory of consciousness. The system in Utero isn't changing and progressing superposition tilted heavily towards not being a baby at the beginning and tilted towards being one at the end of the pregnancy. But the problem here is that we have allowed the activists rather than the umbrella gist and developmental biologist to hand us the life versus choice observable with it's too terrible multiple choice options if we'd let the embryologist set the multiple choice question there would be at least twenty three carnegie stages for the embryo before you even get to fetal development but instead of going forward from what we both know and don't know with high confidence about the system. We are instead permanently. Deranged by being stuck with Schrodinger embryo by the activists who insist on working backwards from their political objectives. So does the somehow solve the abortion issue? Of course not all it does is get us to see how ridiculously transparent we are in our politics that would allow our society to be led by those activists. Who would shoehorn the central scientific miracle of human development into a nutty political binary of convenience? We don't even think to ask. Who are these people who've left us? At each other's throats debating an inappropriate multiple choice question that can never be answered well in the spirit of the portal we are always looking for a way out of our perennial problems to try to find an exit and I think that the technique here of teaching oneself to spot superposition problems in stalemated political systems brings a great deal of relief to those of us who find the perspective of naive activism fairly impoverished worldview the activist mindset is always trying to remove nuance elections. That might better match our world's needs from among the multiple choice answers until it finds a comical binary. Do you support the war on drugs? Yes or no. Are you for or against immigration? Should men and women be treated? Equally should embrace capitalism or chew socialism racism systemic problem or convenient. Excuse is China trading partner or a strategic rival has technology stagnated or. Is it in fact racing ahead at breakneck speed. Has Feminism gone too far or not far enough? In all of these cases there's an entire industry built around writing articles that involve replacing conversations that might progress towards answers in agreement with simple multiple choice. Political options that foreclose all hope in general we can surmise when this occurred because activism generally leaves a distinct signature where the true state of a system is best represented as a superposition of the last two remaining choices that bitterly divided us. Handed us by activists so I will leave you with the following thought. The principle of superposition is not limited to quantum weirdness and it may be governing your life at a level. You have never considered think about where you were. Most divided from your loved ones politically. Then ask yourself when I listened to the debates at my dinner table. Am I hearing set of multiple choice answers that sound like? They were developed by scholars interested in understanding or by activists who are pushing for an outcome if the ladder thing about whether you couldn't make more progress with those you love by recognizing that the truth is usually in some kind of a superposition of the last remaining answers pushed by the activists. But you don't have to accept these middle brow binary dilemmas and try llamas instead. Trask a new question if my loved ones and I trust the terms of debate foisted upon us by strangers activists in the news media. Could we together fashionable list of multiple choice answers that we might agree? Contain an answer. We all could live with and that better describes the true state of the system. I mean do you really want open or closed borders? Do you really WanNa talk about Scylla Simon in heroin in the same breath. Do you really want to claim that there is no systemic oppression or that governs every aspect of our lives before long. It is my hope that you will develop an intuition. That many long running stalemated discussions are really about having our lives shoehorned by others into inappropriate binary that can only represent. The state of our world is a superposition of inappropriate and simplistic answers. That you never would have chosen for
"kalyan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Iran's dot G. O. V. this message produced by social security at US taxpayer expense it is ten thirty three and we're gonna start drive downtown where ninety three north and southbound you're moving slowly with two lanes closed both sides of the o'neill tunnel on the southbound side exit twenty four government center in Kalyan total is close on the airport total summer and calendar moving well Ted Williams your dental in both east and westbound no major delays at this time soldiers feel road eastbound side fully closed at western out follow the detour lower deck a lever connector are okay south of the city expressway south reducing speed passing a doubling closure by Squantum street and ran off ninety three south the rate to twenty four south is closed twenty four north ramp to ninety three south also close as a teacher for you there route three on the southbound side in Norwood watch for work crews right after route fifty three north of the city one twenty eight and reading north bound we have two lanes closed right at route twenty eight that's going to slow you down in Westford for ninety five north has delays with work by Boston road ninety three no delay but left lane taken mistake after the fells way on the northbound side southbound no trouble passing the work set up after my veil have checked out prior to Montvale lab out west on the pike the eastbound side moving slowly with lanes taken by the native service plaza route to it delays in both directions first by route one eleven Harvard and again by Walden pond in Concord one twenty eight a brief delay passing work crews after the pike north bound in Weston ski press WBZ twenty four hour traffic network you're listening to you by the balls center Beyonce does baking company where one hotel and suites breakaway Rozario restaurant another gap and the certified occupational therapist and founding practitioner of been Hampshire health wellness after a bachelor you know it tells about the peddler sure sure so in January of two thousand sixteen.
"kalyan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Chief for Kalyan is what a community does a time like this you know we come together we take care of each other so it's a lot of tragedy it's a good thing to say that Jones rolls come together and we'll get through this hello in central Indiana among other areas dealing with whether issues hail storms in Indiana overseas North Korea fired what appeared to be too short range ballistic missiles off its east coast the fourth such launching this month as the world battles the corona virus outbreak there was a strong five point eight magnitude earthquake in Indonesia this is CBS news weather together Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes at one oh three were saying a little bit of a delay in getting out of the expressway at the tip o'neill tunnel north bound this report is sponsored by unbounded dot org traveling eastbound or westbound in the Ted Williams tunnel in swinging on to route ninety three north bound the tip o'neill tunnel yet to see a little bit of a delay there take a minute extra minute or so to get through traveling on the westbound eastbound side of that roadway you will find some delays right around the South Boston ramps as you get into the seaport district otherwise downtown does reasonably well we do I still have some rain coming down and that's causing some visibility problems it's caused some slipping and sliding situations throughout the course of the overnight drive with extreme care and as the we get into the day tomorrow keep in mind that they will not be doing the typical a redline right weekend repairs so we will not have to deal with with a shuttle buses replacing the train service on a stretch of that roadway right now there are young people across the world facing tough choices continue their dreams of education or drop out to help their families put food on the table see your your help can change their future in a single moment see how far your support can go at unbound dot org I'm jacquard WBZ's traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast I'll be in chilly this morning with occasional rain and drizzle low forty remaining cloudy later today breakthrough tonight with periods of rain and drizzle dentures nearly steady in the lower forties today back down to forty tonight we'll see cloudy and damp Monday.
"kalyan" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Every practitioner all day showed to definitely pay attention to But let me continue in the you know since since you wanted to hear more point point number three and this is something that anybody who goes to. Aws Reinvent eight abuses big show will definitely relate to so we all go to aws reinvent Vanden heroes aws announcing you know yet another fifteen services or twenty services for that matter are pushing the envelope of all the stuff that you can do in Aws Louis. Oh so there's always this question took aws as relentless engine that is that is pushing innovation every year. How many people do adopt these these these new services that are coming at such a fast clip from? Aws Right so looking at our data would be the alleges that when it abuse is indeed pushing yard a lot of innovative capabilities. The core services that are adopted I many of these. Aws customers are still very limited right or find out is that had on average and this is looking at you know over fifteen hundred customers afire who are using aws on average we see that only fifteen of these. He's one hundred and fifty eight of Louis. Oh bases are are really adopted by and large plethora of these customers right so customers go blew us. You know this is sort of the hypothesis coming out of this. Data does data point. Is that customers like the innovation pace at aws. Customers liked the the fact that aws is pushing the envelope when it comes to you know releasing new capabilities providing new services to enterprises but then the vast vast majority of them are still in the early phases still in the innings to three if So to speak of adopting these services beside a few customers are few enterprises as you say who have adopted many many many aws services but those are far and few in between a large majority of these of these customers end end up going to aws for their infrastructure as a service platform the EC to service the s three in the cloud formation. The the Ardi as and and the I am identity management services and are cutting their teeth at these basic services. You know the fact that. AWS offers all these. He's cutting services obviously is a is a good carrot and a good icing on the cake But the majority of the customers are still using just a quarter of the cake at this point point number four. Let's talk about so we're less and everybody is talking about sober. Less over less is being proclaimed as the as the next programming paradigm. That's going to change everything about the cloud and systems and how you used systems and would fear starting to see is that at least in the aws environment right So let's has has reached a tipping point would be aws as civilised implementation is called lambda. And what we see is that lambda adoption as indeed grownup dramatically. The last few years in twenty seventeen which was the second diarrhea. Were doing this report. We saw the put option of lambda right now. Twenty nine thousand nine. We we see almost thirty. Six percent. Adoption of lambda means one in three enterprises that are running now applications in aws today are using lambda lambda or sober less in some way shape or form so that is An interesting data point you know and I think that sort of tells you that people are really elite experimenting and deploying an implementing solar technologies that are at a much faster clip. Now I I do have one last point and and this is sort of Switching gears for more the architecture do. Let's say talking about security technologies within within the cloud so Jeffrey I'm sure you must have heard that security. The and cloud security is perhaps the number one obstacle or blocker or challenge as enterprises thing of adopting cloud and and there are some some do it. I mean you know enterprise sock teams are used to seeing the infrastructure. They used to coming their infrastructure. The US to seeing it in their in their data center so so that you know that that gives them the comfort of of their data being secure within the confines of that Data Centre her and now moving everything to the cloud may does bring up. These concerns that maybe my data is in a place that I don't control and you know what happened security then so what we are starting to see is that again. This is within the purview of AWS. A lot of the enterprises that are deploying their applications applications in the cloud and in aws are starting to use many of the services that aws offers in order to Specter Secure their their applications in the cloud so aws has these these interesting technologies rattler. A few names here. Scott Cloud trail cloud clouds drizzle. Think of it as providing the you know who walked when where how off axis of API's and services within AWS AWS asu offers repeatedly flow logs. which gives you visibility into? Who is accessing your systems? AWS has a new technology. Call Guard duty beauty. which provides you visibility into the the security state of your aws applications and what we are starting to see is that you know many knees similar logic customers or deployed in aws are using these services and are using these At a fairly significant rate so so that gives us confidence incidence that enterprises are indeed paying attention to security as they are moving to the cloud they are. They're building in the right capabilities. They are you know using the right services that are offered by cloud platform vendors themselves and all of this obviously a portends wealth for applications that are running in the cloud So sock names. You know if there's anything that you should take away from this podcast. Is that in security in the cloud is a little different but but it is. You know it's definitely doable. And there are all right capabilities available from vendors like aws auto from vendors third party vendors like some logic that can ensure the security of your apps and infrastructures in the cloud. I assume you've you've been to reinvent absolutely we'd go to arraignment. There's a big contingent engines of similar logic folks who got arraignment every year. So I'm going for the first time this year and just after seeing pictures and hearing stories it sounds completely overwhelming advice. I surviving reinvent man hydrate hydrate hydrate and and get out every every now and then From from the boots and from the from the session. So what can I tell you how about that. But then you know that Las Vegas has a whole you know. Reinvent has become the technology Mecca to be and to go to. You know. I'm dating myself here but I is it more more so than. CAS At this point. See yes is a different kind of show right. Jeffrey says he is a bit more consumer oriented. You know. I'm sure if you are selling. The latest style is not gadget or a phone. You know I see yes on 'em. WC The show in Barcelona is best. Perhaps a show to be at if you're doing B. Two B. Applications if you are targeting anybody who is in the devotee deb. OPS was a a site reliability engineer or perhaps Stephen a security person relentess is definitely the place to be the vibe in that place. The energy in that plays this off the charts heralds. What's the where technology is today and technology is headed for the next few years? You know rightly or wrongly. Aws is the eight thousand pound gorilla in the cloud. Space the building cool staff. They have some amazing customers. It's a it's sound like an advertisement for aws but the company does it really innovate well similar logic who was deployed in aws. We liked innovation that they bring to the it world and we like what our customers are able to do on on native Wegelius to ensure is amazing. Amazing I think is a sign of of what Amazon does right that it's like as a byproduct of the the accidental business that they created with aws they created like a billion dollar conference industry. Yeah I mean what is it I I hear that are on the run rate of twenty five billion. Whatever right now so reinvent I meant? Aws as business itself. I no I I don't know what the the actual revenue Magin. It's pretty profitable. Oh my mom was certain. It's it's profitable given the number of vendors like like ourselves who are there and the amount of money that we spend in demonstrating getting boots you know sending people to that event. I'm I'm I'm sure it's a profitable venture for the blues but look I mean at the end of the day right. I mean this is a place where where you meet the people who are building your connection APPs right by the fender guitar player who is building their APPs on there the next gen mobile APP on. Aws whether it's AIRBNB AIRBNB whether it's neck flakes or whether it's a tiny little company that's You know with like three guys in a garage today. Nobody would question you if you were to put theocratic card and build your first on us. So it'll be as hats and reinvent has become the show to to go to see what's going on in the in the the. It world for sure as we begin to wrap up a few higher level subjects. I WANNA discuss so the changing usage prototype of a log management system around observability system. We touched on this a little bit earlier but the fact that today not only do you have engineers and operations nations people working with your log management tool your metrics tool we have data scientists. You have customer service people bowl of product managers. You might have marketing people. As he's different constituencies want access to this logging data or maybe they want access to the post processed log metrics. How does that change the interface and has it changed the product design nine? That's a good question rear in early. I would say you know phases of understanding it ourselves but but I think what's similar Dick is starting to see is that you know in many organizations in our customers are not just the typical people right. I mean the SR is in the people who are on the security people who product people like exactly like you said or customer support people who may not have the sophisticated understanding of our curry. The language may not have the ability to create dashboards An alert and and other things that you know you would. You would take for granted if you're someone who lives in breeze. He's within the similar logic system. So what is starting to see more and more off as two modes of operation one is this notion of what I call is template iced iced offers right where I as an administrator of the product or as an expert user of the product. I met template ties What I may I want to do in the product and then expose a few very simple to configure things within my product and then offer it to a larger swath of if users so for example? Imagine if I have. Let's say three hundred customer support people and you know I need to support the customer support people and they need to look into sumo logic system. Every time somebody called with the problem they need to look up an ID and daddy need to see what's what's wrong with the product or the of the system at that point rather than expose the similar logic query language to do all of these people who I'm sure They come with in a different knowledge and different skills at what be condemn do is offered. A template is Interface or dashboard. But all you have to do is drop the product. Id and then you drop the product idea you know you are the customer and you get all the details about the the customer. that product used product the logs from the product the editors and the D. Bugs and the warning messages the product itself. So so this template is offering essentially in some sense simplifies. I don't want to use the word dumps because that has a pejorative meaning to it but at least simplifies the access and the analytics that these non-experts can also get from our product. The other approach that I will see you know and then from product. What is the ability for us to export Data from product into other systems so we have customers who explored our data into into Pablo into clack into Lucre. You know so that they can start to slice and dice data in somewhat different ways which may would be more in line with what these personas may be used to and mail to want to see it and end of the day. We own the business of getting insights from data and the extend that you know that are better than other systems that can perhaps do some of the stuff we have more than happy to export this data to integrate those Danine to other the systems. We also see some of data science customers. You know US notebooks and decimal logic as a simple interface to export or data into data data. Science notebooks there you can do other forms of analysis on this data which may not be core discipline logic which on the focus of some logic itself so look at the end of the day right. I mean you've been in the business of getting best insights from our data for customers and we'll do our utmost to make that happen. I want to thank you for coming in software engineer. Dale it's been great talking to you. Thank you very much. Jeffrey take.
"kalyan" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"In a threshold based on patterns of use it. So every day at six EX-PM I expect a certain treasured or a certain performance benchmarks for my application. And you know I can go back over the last one week. I can go back over the last one month and then I can arrive at what that threshold ought to be and I can said that as a benchmark so here's an example of an automatic automatic threat ashore or benchmark that is set by the system itself now another way of setting up. These dynamic anomalies is arriving at it through statistical. Means so what you can do as you can look at you know typical Data set and then you can arrive at. What is the normal for that data set and then set your treasure as a certain standard deviation from that data set so for example you know if you expected a certain performance at six? PM Am every day. Look at your last ten hours arrive at what does a normal for the last ten hours and then say anytime you have more than one two three configuration legal standard deviation from that from that point in time you set up a tra- shown and you set up an alert as a result of this so there are multiple ways as you can see by which you know you can set setup a threshold and thus identify an anomaly within the platform. Now the most recent way and I would say the the way that most people plus starting to experiment with Anomaly Management Right now is through these by using advanced technologies like like eme alumni where you can apply hi in machine learning technologies to now start to identify waters normal. And what's up normal. This is obviously brand new ground. You know still in experimentation it face some of these techniques work some of them. Don't work that well but you're starting to see more and more companies now start to work with. Mla Technologies to do identify in defy anomalies in their system. Can you give an example of how you would want your your log management system or your observability system to expose machine learning functionality. Yeah let me give you a good example of how sumo logic dusters right in. Sumo logic collects a lot of logs. Tens of pedal bites of logs from unique customers right. So it's impossible to sift through Penn.. peto bites of logs does this on a daily basis due to identify patterns of things that you may seen a lot right so what similar logic does is You know apply machine learning technologies technologies like clustering for that matter to two then Very quickly you know summarizes logs into pattern so imagine a log. UGH Data said that may have. Let's thirty four fifty thousand logs that maybe arriving into your system by applying technology a proprietary technology recall log reduced in our in our system. We can quickly now summarize these code forty thousand logs into in about ten to twenty patterns so rather within sifting through each one of these logs are trying to search through these logs and identifying this what might be happening in this lock said you better off by looking king at these. The ten log patterns Identifying that summarizing that you know eight of these ten lakhpat onto perfectly acceptable and normal for. Oh you system. But these things that were collected by some logic and that where reduced by similar logic into patterns are indeed unique lot doc patterns and perhaps those are the things that you should be paying attention to as you're trying to troubleshoot perhaps a problem in your system. So that's a perfect example of off how machine learning can be applied to large-scale problems in this case Log analytics to help you quickly identified fight. You know the needle in a haystack and then focus on just the right things other than get Drowned by the by the complexity and the scale of your log index problems. The Vision that your company's sumo logic has for how log management and an observability tools and metrics tools of today evolve. Is something you call continuous intelligence. Can you describe describe what continuous intelligence means. Yeah I mean it. Sort of goes back to the discussion. That have been having Jeffrey. What we are seeing is that menu for customers are making the move to modern applications and to cloud based systems and a venue run? Your applications is in cloud systems. You know what we are seeing that just about everything changes with your application Ryan. Your platform is different. Your your application. Infrastructure infrastructure is different your architecture's different. The teams that are involved in this management are different than some sense. You know. You're going from DAB SACK DOC and OPS team that were unique teams different teams silo teams. Do perhaps even Dev ops teams where there's one team that is responsible for or for managing this application one of the things that we see in this world. Is that your applications and also starting to be developed and released at a much much faster taste than you ever did before so what we are seeing is that an you know this is our hypothesis and this is the company I should say is that you need continuous genius intelligence. You know to run and secure these applications in a different way and in a better way. So what soon logics. Continuous intelligence platform enabled you to do is to essentially provide you that continues intelligence so that you can manage these applications that you can build run and secure these applications applications so the end better and meet the expectations of the business. Whenever there is kind of new term like this like continuous tenuous intelligence? It's often summarizing. Some lower level technologies. That have come before it. Can you identify what are the specific acidic technologies that are composed into continuous intelligence. What make makes that possible? Yeah I mean. At the heart of Katina's genus intelligence for sumo logic. Right is our service itself are so as the some logic service runs in the cloud and it's a cloud native service service and it's really the underpinning of what delivers continues. Intelligence to our customers are cloud NATO service leverages every aspect aspect of the cloud that we run on beer cloud native on Aws Amazon Web Services and what it does is to provide our customers marce incredible saleability Lasta city so our service collects data from you know your applications your applications and your infrastructure. Choose which can run anywhere right. These applications may sometimes run in the cloud may sometimes are on prime may sometimes be in hyperion environment and because we run in the a cloud Very much like like salesforce. All you have to do is send us your data be our service collects the stater and you know you can start to analyze this data You know in real time With the NAR service I mentioned that are so is runs in the cloud and therefore it provides incredible skill ability elasticity and You know let me sort of emphasis emphasis that a little bit. You know the the problems that are trying to address our big data problems the problems that are trying to address our problems where scaling Alan Elasticity is very important. You know we have customers who who have you know dynamic apps that some days may see you know let's say a ten thousand users and other days may see a million users when you see that level of dynamism in application and application usage the machine data that comes from these applications a signal. Does that come from these applications also dramatically and therefore if you need a management system that can collect all these signals and that can analyze all the signals. The management should system should also scale with the applications and with the use of the applications. So that's what sumo logic service provides because on in the cloud again you know leverage of power of aws cloud that on and and support our customers costumers and whatever dynamic Lord that that they may want to you know use within these melodic service. The one last thing I want to make a highlight here is is that you know the sumo logic service while it runs in the cloud is built. What security force principles in mind right so we started ten years ago building service service in? Aws we realized that our customers and their data is extremely sensitive and extremely critical customer. So three binge enjoy a Service with security force principles so our our services sock do typo compliant. It's got all right at the stations nations including GDP are be a federal already so so we make sure that we take care of our customers and their data uh-huh so there was a report that sumo logic put out fairly recently about continuous intelligence in it was just basically aggregating some survey data some conversations that you had had with customers. What's your sense of how how infrastructure usage is changing in twenty nineteen? What are the biggest changes that you're seeing a great question? And let me just give you a bit of a background on this report right. And then and then we can talk about some of the changes that we did. See and wear highlighted in this report right. Look I mean the fundamental reason we put out this report was to really provide wide. You know our customers and practitioners at large a roadmap off of how do build run and secure mission critical appplications in in cloud environments. And you know the way I always talk about. This report is that you know had we had the support ten years ago when we were starting to build our applications in the cloud commuted love to learn as to how do companies bid and run applications in the cloud. We didn't have that back then. What we have learned over the last ten years working working with over two thousand customers I would say almost seventy five percent of them running mission? Critical applications in the cloud. Is that the people who build applications in the cloud. Think about the infrastructure differently think about architecture there that applications differently and you know as a madman system that that manages these applications Sunday's infrastructure. Okay we have a unique vantage point unique visibility into how these customers are are doing what they do. And so. What we've done is collected this data anonymous minimizes data and then presented this in a forum that you know? Every practitioner can perhaps use learn and implement in their own environment. Now you know in terms of the report itself right. I think what we saw were were really five key observations. I him from us. What we see is that the whole notion of multi cloud environments? It's starting to happen. It's it's becoming more and more real now when we did the support you now at the first time at our in in two thousand sixteen osteen you know those. Were the days of multi cloud deployments You know there was one cloud to to speak off at that point that aws Azure was just getting out of the indicate the GCP was still very small. And what we can tell you is that things have changed quite dramatically right now. I mean almost almost thirteen percent of our customers who are running multi cloud deployment applications running on. Aws azure our GDP for that matter so so multicolored is not just a buzzword. I think There is there is definitely some some reality in multi cloud the other thing that we that we saw in this report is that many afar our customers are starting to adopt Kuban Netease. Then you know Jeffrey Dulas. I'm sure you know somewhat surprising right. I should say surprising. Not Surprising at the same time in our communities is still a fairly new environment and yet would be seen as at one and five customers of of some logic in aws or already using Carbonari ladies. What is also interesting is that you know when customers are thinking about multi cloud deployments? UCS sharp adoption and could Bonetti's so if you think about a customer running on just aws. As I mentioned before one in five is using Kuban nineties on the other hand if you think of a customer who is perhaps deploying on all three environments Environments Aws Azure and soupy be almost see eight and ten. That's like you know four and five you know however you want to slice it That that you scuba nineties you you know the takeaway from this is that cooper news is becoming the son of grand equalizer and a key enabler of multi cloud deployment so if you are an enterprise architect today and if you want to build an application that is no longer beholden to one cloud. AWS assure orgies feed. It would behoove you to think about using Kuban as as your underlying platform because that gives you the ability to port your application. You know rather seamlessly from from one to the other now. I got a few more observations in interest of time. Geoffrey let me know how you want to hear more. Tell me more because the thought was interesting about this report was there was a lot of information that that was aggregates of. I think what one hundred one hundred and fifty companies something like that. Oh No let me definitely correctly on that. I mean this is two thousand eight hundred. Seventy thousand accounts rather alarmed N. statistically accurate sample size. And you know we've gone to great lengths and pains to ensure that we only put out data for wait you know. We have a statistical significance in our data so the data that that'd be a presented in this report are are quite you know. I said the quite the norm for or for most enterprises. And you know something that you know..
"kalyan" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Ramadan. Welcome to software engineering daily. Oh thank you very much today. We're talking about logging and log management and some higher level all discussions beyond that to start with the idea of logging. Logging is raw data. That raw data gets abstracted attracted into higher level information. Logging is often higher dimensional. It's high volume. Give some examples of common logging information and how that high volume high dimensional data it gets aggregated into something more abstract and usable. Yeah scrape glisten Jeffrey Great. Let me start by explaining waterlog For many of your listeners so a log is essentially a record of noteworthy events that are generated greater from software applications operating systems infrastructure. You name it right and log essentially keep track so of what is happening behind the scenes of the application and the system so that you know you have a detailed list off events that are happening so when you have a malfunction when you can go back you can copy law you can see what is working not working etcetera now every application stack component. Right right right from the application to the infrastructure to the you know the platforms may be on Prem or cloud for that matter that the application is deployed on are essentially emitting logs and what these logs do is as I mentioned before provides the ability to understand how these components of the application are working so applications are logs are typically written out by APP developers and they are tracking just about anything that is happening with an with an application. It could be a log in. It could be a transaction it could be errors or warnings that are happening in the application infrastructure. Logs logs are generally come prepackaged from infrastructure vendors and they generally give you visibility into the health and performance and any other interesting invents that are associated with infrastructure itself. My sense is that while logs have been used for as long as we've been doing software engineering the idea of aggregating all of this logging data and storing it and making sense of it is a newer phenomenon on. It has something to do with the cloud. But I'd like to hear your perspective. You've definitely been in the industry for longer than I have. You've seen how the world looked pre pre and post cloud was log management a thing before the cloud log management has been around for a long time right but it has existed existed in a very different form and perhaps what it exists today with the advent of cloud and You know high scale infrastructure you know this notion of infrastructure you know particularly network devices and operating systems writing logs and perhaps using assist log type protocol dropping logs into a centralized store that you could perhaps query and You you know get some visibility and perhaps do some troubleshooting has been around for a long time. This is a You Know Twenty Twenty ten or twenty twenty phenomenon This existed from the days of when Cisco Routers and switches and whatnot. Have you know have have been a common commonplace infrastructure within a data center. What has changed I would say in the last ten to fifteen years is the ability now to actually collect all these data's at very large it's kill and then more importantly the ability to to analyze the stayed at an even larger scale? So that now you can one identified needles in a haystack. Venue running into an application malfunction or a security issue but then your application or two. You can do very long-term mm trending off this data so that you can understand you know how you application is perhaps performing over. Let's say last one year or you know how many users I saw you get into your application in the last six months where are these users coming from. What are they doing with your application or perhaps look at security incidents that you may have had in your in your application going back months and months of Right so what the cloud provides you and what these high scales storage and analytics engine so providing you is it is the ability to indeed do this at scale which was not quite available once upon a time so once upon a time log management used to be the review view of maybe a team of five or six people now be of customers of products like similar logic we have hundreds or even thousands of people. Oh who are actively and concurrently using these solutions until the trends of the cloud have made modern modern log management solutions possible the cloud has also changed how infrastructure itself is laid out and how we're consuming software. You have the more layers of infrastructure. You have physical hosts you have. VM's you have coober netease you've pods and containers you have black box proprietary prior terry tools like Dynamo. DB The you don't really have a ton of introspection into with all this heterogeneity you. Can you describe some of the Best Practices for how to monitor all of these different layers all of these different systems. I mean it's an interesting question. The basic hypothesis right off monitoring starts out with visibility right that are multiple terms that people love apply to to visibility. Some people call it observability. Some people call it transparency. You name it but at the Harvard Right. You cannot manage what you don't see and what you don't understand so the essence of all of this starts out with. I need to bring back doc. All the signals may be logs and metrics and traces and you name it into a into a central depository so that I can understand stand the various components that makes up my application all the way from my application the platform as a service component own into the infrastructure as a service component. You know allow the host Sunday. VM's and the Containers that you just mentioned. So the essence of monitoring thank and the essence of understanding an application. Is that visibility. The the next thing that he had to do once you get control of visibility once you have a a good understanding the application is to is to stock monitoring the application and what that means is is to understand what is normal and what is abnormal in the behaved at the application itself. Now that are multiple techniques by which you know you can do this you can do it static methods you can do it dynamic methods and there are even machine learning or ai based approaches to understanding what is normal and what's not normal about an application and then finally when you have identified you no an abnormal condition. Obviously that's what you need to take some action. You need the right tools and the right analytics right troubleshooting systems in place so that you know you can very quickly understand the root causes of problems and then you can fix. This does does problems itself now. This problem has always existed. It has and the basic process has has always been the same whether it is on paramore the cloud and what changes in the cloud is exactly what you said. Jeffrey Edge. That ah you know the a lot of things change in the clock right starting from the cloud platform to the infrastructure that you deploy to the architecture of the applications that you're driving to even the teams that are responsible for keeping the application healthy secure. You name it and complexity of the cloud environment the newness missile declawed environment the number of components in this cloud environment. That's what makes this the act and the task of keeping cloud applications so much much harder and with like the addition of a system that allows me to have some observability over my infrastructure structure. How am I using that like? Who are the people that are using a log management system who are the constituents as is it just engineers nears or is it also product managers? Does everybody on the team wants to be using this kind of observability software. Yeah made made I think It's interesting here at some logic. Right we see many up. Personas who use the data that comes from applications Signals applications such as lock right. Be Obviously see in a devops teams and `sorry teams that are very interested in monitoring monitoring and ensuring performance and availability of applications. Logs are also at the heart of ensuring the security and compliance posture for navigation. So if you were to walk into a typical enterprise today and look up the security operations team. Chances are that they are looking being at logs and events coming from these applications to identify security threats respond to these threats to ensure the compliance date may be PCIE. Ah By you name it for the application itself but also starting to see logs being used in in in other interesting race you know a lot of the development tools Anything from you know get hub to CIC DI tools to deployment. Tools are right logs so if I am a VP of engineering. An I don. I want to get complete visibility into my devops process. You know the number of polls that I am making from guitar the number of times. I'm writing I am running my cic De workflows. The number of deployments that. I'm doing my production environment. Chances are that you know log management system that integrates many of these systems custom skin. Indeed provide you that complete into invisibility. Finally we're seeing logs You know being used in many newer applications for for example IOT applications. We have customers who are who right out iot logs and guess what if he can bring these IOT logs into a centralized I system you can learn a lot about your iot systems. You can see where these systems are being deployed. You can see how they are working or not working for that matter and it provides a lot of ability into not just your application but also the business that is being driven by your application you mentioned anomalies as little bit earlier you want your blog management system to detect anomalies because you cannot manually manually. Look at everything that is coming in to your log management system. I mean that's that's the whole point but the problem with out of the box anomaly. Early detection is that anomalies vary from infrastructure infrastructure. It might make sense for some companies needs to have a system with a Q.. PS of ten billion per minute and some other system if ten if it hits ten billion cube ps per a minute then that's dramatically arrogance q ps queries per second so permit. It doesn't even make any sense. But in any case anomaly is kind of a subjective phenomenon on an anomaly depends on what the infrastructure is. So how do you want to define anomalies for a log management enjoyment or a observability platform. Yeah I think you hitting on a problem. That has the speed around for a long time and Kamini observability systems and it doesn't have to be logs in particular. I mean you know. Even systems that collect signals and metrics from other from infrastructure and applications have have long been Stymied by these problems. There was some standards by which you know you can try address us right and missile will walk you through the different approaches. Here do this the way way off. You know setting up what I call Static thresholds right and Starting special orders. Where you know you may say that if my infrastructure produces more than X. number of warnings or editors per minute fight off in alarm or if my application has a latency of fled say more than twenty seconds? Fight off on an arm right So the there are many systems. That sort of work with these static anomaly based trust shorts. And that's been around on for a long time and the and the problem is exactly what you mentioned Ryan Bridges. How do you know what is that right threshold set? How do you know if ten seconds is the right pressure orchard? It'd it'd be it'd be thirty. I mean it's that's pretty much dependent on the on the infrastructure the application the particular use case. You Name Right Byu you've seen system sort of obviously improve from the static anomaly based detection mechanism and systems generally do that Through one of two please write one of two ways. One is applied dynamic. Tush old and dynamic thresholds is where the the system itself understands as to what what is the the right threshold that needs to be applied and now this can come through multiple mechanisms it can either add or multiple methods. I should say you can do do this based on historical basis so for example. You're an e commerce site and you know you want to try shored award for let's say ten. Am in the morning and let's say six PM in the are seven pm in the evening right. Typically Commerce sites generally will see more traffic Little little date later in the day given that people are going home. Now they're going to be transacting on. Does ECOMMERCE system you name it. The time or temporal system can look at Komo patterns of usage of the system over time and can apply.
"kalyan" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Which provides you visibility into the the security state of your aws applications and what we are starting to see is that you know many knees similar logic customers or deployed in aws are using these services and are using these At a fairly significant rate so so that gives us confidence incidence that enterprises are indeed paying attention to security as they are moving to the cloud they are. They're building in the right capabilities. They are you know using the right services that are offered by cloud platform vendors themselves and all of this obviously a portends wealth for applications that are running in the cloud So sock names. You know if there's anything that you should take away from this podcast. Is that in security in the cloud is a little different but but it is. You know it's definitely doable. And there are all right capabilities available from vendors like aws auto from vendors third-party vendors like some logic that can ensure the security of your apps and infrastructures in the cloud. I assume you've you've been to reinvent absolutely we'd go to arraignment. There's a big contingent engines of similar logic folks who got arraignment every year. So I'm going for the first time this year and just after seeing pictures and hearing stories it sounds completely overwhelming advice. I surviving reinvent man hydrate hydrate hydrate and and get out every every now and then From from the boots and from the from the session. So what can I tell you how about that but then you know that place. Las Vegas has a whole you know reinvent has become the technology Mecca to be and to go to. You know. I'm dating myself here but I is it more more so than. CAS At this point. See yes is a different kind of show right. Jeffrey says he is a bit more consumer oriented. You know. I'm sure if you are selling. The latest style is not gadget or a phone. You know I see yes on 'em. WC The show in Barcelona is best. Perhaps a show to be at if you're doing B. Two B. Applications if you are targeting anybody who is in the devotee devops was a a site reliability engineer or perhaps Stephen a security person relentess is definitely the place to be the vibe in that place. The energy in that plays this off the charts heralds. What's the where technology is today and technology is headed for the next few years? You know rightly or wrongly. Aws is the eight thousand pound gorilla in the cloud. Space the building cool staff. They have some amazing customers. It's a it's sound like an advertisement for aws but the company does it really innovate well assimilated who was deployed and aws. We liked the innovation that they bring to the it world and we like what our customers are able to do on on Wegelius to ensure is amazing. Amazing I think is a sign of of what Amazon does right that it's like as a byproduct of the the accidental business that they created with aws they created like a billion dollar conference industry. Yeah I mean what is it I I hear that are on the run rate of twenty five billion. Whatever right now so reinvent I meant? Aws as business itself. Not no I I don't know what the the actual revenue Magin. It's pretty profitable. Oh my mom was certain. It's it's profitable given the number of vendors like like ourselves who are there and the amount of money that we spend in demonstrating getting boots you know sending people to that event. I'm I'm I'm sure it's a profitable venture for the blues but look I mean at the end of the day right. I mean this is a place. Where were you meet the people who are building your connection APPs right by the fender guitar player who is building their APPs on there the next gen mobile APP on? Aws whether it's AIRBNB AIRBNB whether it's neck flakes or whether it's a tiny little company that's You know with like three guys in a garage today. Nobody would question you if you were to put theocratic card and build your first on us. So it'll be as hats and reinvent has become the show to to go to see what's going on in the in the the. It world for sure as we begin to wrap up a few higher level subjects. I WANNA discuss so the changing usage prototype of a log management system around observability system. We touched on this a little bit earlier but the fact that today not only do you have engineers and operations nations people working with your log management tool your metrics tool we have data scientists. You have customer service people bowl of product managers. You might have marketing people. As he's different constituencies want access to this logging data or maybe they want access to the post processed log metrics. How does that change the interface and has it changed the product design nine? That's a good question rear in early. I would say you know phases of understanding it ourselves but but I think what's similar Dick is starting to see is that you know in many organizations in our customers are not just the typical people right. I mean the SR is in the people who are on the security people who product people like exactly like you said or customer support people who may not have the sophisticated understanding of our curry. The language may not have the ability to create dashboards An alert and and other things that you know you would. You would take for granted if you're someone who lives in breeze. He's within the similar logic system. So what is starting to see more and more off as two modes of operation one is this notion of what I call is template iced iced offers right where I as an administrator of the product or as an expert user of the product. I met template ties What I may I want to do in the product and then expose a few very simple to configure things within my product and then offer it to a larger swath of if users so for example? Imagine if I have. Let's say three hundred customer support people and you know I need to support the customer support people and they need to look into sumo logic system. Every time somebody called with the problem they need to look up an ID and daddy need to see what's what's wrong with the product or the of the system at that point rather than expose the similar logic query language to do all of these people who I'm sure They come with in a different knowledge and different skills at what be condemn do is offered. A template is Interface or dashboard. But all you have to do is drop the product. Id and then you drop the product idea you know you are the customer and you get all the details about the the customer. that product used product the logs from the product the editors and the D. Bugs and the warning messages the product itself so so this template is offering essentially in some sense simplifies. Don't want to use the word dumps because that has a pejorative meaning to it but at least simplifies the access and the analytics that these non-experts can also get from our product. The other approach that I will see you know and then from product. What is the ability for us to export Data from product into other systems so we have customers who explored our data into into Pablo into clack into Lucre. You know so that they can start to slice and dice data in somewhat different ways which may would be more in line with what these personas may be used to and mail to want to see it and end of the day. We own the business of getting insights from data and the extend that you know that are better than other systems that can perhaps do some of the stuff we have more than happy to export this data to integrate those Danine to other the systems. We also see some of data science customers. You know US notebooks and decimal logic as a simple interface to export or data into data data. Science notebooks there you can do other forms of analysis on this data which may not be core discipline logic which on the focus of some logic itself so look at the end of the day right. I mean you've been in the business of getting best insights from our data for customers and we'll do our utmost to make that happen. I want to thank you for coming in software engineer. Dale it's been great talking to you. Thank you very much. Jeffrey take.
"kalyan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Late night baseball on the west coast the cubs take on the Padres under the lights Monday night at nine and WGN TV sports. while you're watching the cubs game would behoove you to read the the best book written about the cubs in recent memory called the Chicago Cubs story of a curse rich cone the author of that book and many more what what was the seat of that book ridge which I know you had written I think you wrote a piece for the Paris review about you know Babe Ruth's called shot I think for for some other magazine for which you right what what was the impetus for the cubs book. well I the giant comes standard yeah we'd be in a cover band created my entire worldview in nineteen eighty four cause so says my heart so said they looked like leaving camp that evening and my father always said and it's like everything is set he used to beg me not becomes very comes they'll have a bad life because he'll accept losing at the national and state of the world and accept last out and self and we'll be happy and all the stuff we got a big huge fight about he was of course the Brooklyn Dodgers send help could you go put on and so the the cubs appear like in all my work so that I wrote the story for Harper's magazine the route to cut short figure out what it could land that was like in nineteen ninety nine those of Sammy Sosa comes a loss like told games in a row when I was with them that's the worst place to be in a baseball team called contacted a lot to talk. yeah it's bad and I need my book lake effect which is about growing up in Glencoe there's a whole thing about the car and even the bears they always have like the reason why he became so involved with the bears there was a fan in eighty five as it became more than a regular because like eighty four cause killed me in the eighty five bears caught me back to life salvation salvation that movie all laying in the sun dipped back somehow so and there's a whole section and in that book about the eighty four cards and the fact that that that that that that my brother was so upset when the Superbowl shuffle came out because the sixty and come to done that song you know that he needs on an eighty four comes at a song which will don't remember but I still have the forty five which is called blue blue yonder and Jody David sale singer songwriter thing is sure the IV is on circle all the mandible are going to let it all and they didn't I mean we didn't even get to the World Series that year so three deep this car in my soul because the one club the work that I was writing stories all along and they got better for Sports Illustrated and no one actually won the World Series or look like I'd make sure they were going to the team's him so good I just decided I got a late to spoken to personally ever really read the book first all like I had to write a pretty quickly because I what I want the world surgeon run right after yeah but it's there's an intimacy or one of the things that really characterizes your work rich cone is there's an intimacy to all that night I don't mean it just sort of you know tough Jews being the result of your hearing get out stories of from your dad about his childhood and in Brooklyn that there there's something else you were you were not lows it to expose yourself and your own feelings in your own history in the books especially the rolling stones book is filled with that kind of a. kind of introspective honesty he is that a conscious thing Richard I know this is a real rate Hurley kind of question. but do you do it consciously or defeat I think it enriches the story. I think it's conscious and I think one of the writers that have it that one of the writers are really had a big influence on me which some people some will going all out all as Joseph Mitchell who was just great New York writer who I've met yeah I was a receptionist at the Harker he was an old guy weren't seersucker suit. buy beautiful to become friendly with him and his stuff which I love so much whenever he comes in if there's a whole other level of all ages and something about the way when he's one season those stories you feel like every detail in the story is hand you know enough to write it out and stuff but it's still him all over the store it's all here in his world the whole entire time. we got a big influence on me and and then also just the fact that I just. seven problem I like to talk about myself a lot a lot of my own stories so sometimes it's good sometimes it's too much but it's done too old. and I always take a take incredible advantage of that all the time it's it's it's interesting that I have on I mean this is like the north shore writers or do you know about this a book by the author I'm having on our D. Rosen who's going to be on at ten thirty talking about tough luck I know you know about this tough luck sid Luckman murder Inc and the rise of the modern NFL. because you have you know about that and I did a story about I know I know yeah I know about the book because I know Peter lock maybe we should but that she lives in our town and you would tell me about it I have the book I think the books really great and I've that I know is from home park yeah read the book I know and you know which is which is interesting the idea of it there's this that behind sid Luckman is is really grisly murder story which was kept out of the papers pretty much any was in the papers but I wasn't connected to serve lock themselves extraction there yeah it's also serves I would start somehow the violence of the NFL sort of all and merry should Lachlan's lighters and you know you forget like this goes back to top Jews and all that because what sid Luckman was before he was on the bears before you take the call because he was a holy ground legend in Brooklyn yep yep yep and by the way Otis Wilson from the same hole I think the same high school may be so there is this tradition of Brooklyn of kind of these guys who are just great athletes in every sport in the neighborhood went up on the bears and that's what's so great about towards houses finding and recognizing those guys well one of the things he E. sid Luckman must've been I'm not assuming to know your dad but sid Luckman must've been a kind of here to your father's generation yes. yes but weirdly you know the one Kalyan NFL fans because the NFL all yeah yeah I mean baseball and basketball fans. what what are you thinking of in doing the last of pirate of New York which is you know one of the things about your books I I'm sure they get movie nibbles all the time yes. yeah. every single thing I've right right now is under options somewhere but yeah isn't that a one the name of the lovely world of options as they do give you some money but you get a lot more money if they ever start to make the movies so the world of options yeah interesting place this one must to be I I I would think you know I'd hate to see you as a media like Johnny Depp a play this guy because I think it's a much more he's a much more nuanced interesting character Albert Hicks who do you see playing Elbert hooks if there is a movie. well there's certain actors early like your Sam Worthington more that avatar. and Michael Fassbender I guess you plan on yeah. so but I don't know there I am right now I've been working I think you will be made into a movie or show and I've been very smart and very careful notes and not sort of **** nilly going out and selling to anybody that wants to buy it but there's a friend of mine from ICG corruptible Matt who's a movie producer named Neil Adil sting was just like a guy you've grown up and I've been working with him so that's all I wanted to start using it for you we just got to say all Chicago all the time I mean everything to leave Chicago. look at me I'm in Connecticut number Matt Smith random this so that you can have great kids and you're not a total do you still do you ever run into into Keith Richard ever drink it's a neighborhood bar anymore is she whether. now. well I heard the other day that a Saudi I one of our local bookstore and they told me that Jose Feliciano stormer could come in and bought my rolling stone's book is right that's really what we really cold was allegedly stabbed at tech. the thing is that because of the police yet on Keith Richards within the same kind of the job is this weapon Connecticut keep Richard the second best guitar player. what are you working on now I know you must be you kind of you've got this book the last pirate ve New York ago ship the killer in the birth of gang of a gangster nation of which I I devoured and you know there's a couple hours ago because I I love your writing but the story just caught me so off guard and never heard of this guy before you make and you do make the case that he is kind of the the avatar for you know to guide people idiots like John Gotti for god's sake but you know they made into a kind of strange here on he was a brutal brutal guy I gotta believe that there is a ton of work involved in the seamless reading of that is your conspiracy column you've got to wonder your belt he can do the second one about UFOs assessing the first one about Stanley Kubrick maybe apologizing for faking the moon landing with hints in the shining there's a lot of work in that I I know that that kind of research for you is fun but I'll be you you just wait around to stumble upon I know you do a lot of reading and know you talk to a lot of people stumble upon your next conspiracy how does that happen right here that I just gotta come across in my writing down some stuff I've been interested in. for a long time user wanted to connect to something deeper I mean I was interested in the moon landing because to me that's like the beginning of the modern sort of mind everything's corporate and you can't believe anything and are you also saying I don't know I'm just eight zero one the store the fact that they reported saying to your clothes on the cover of zombies in New York times just blows my mind. lately I've been kind of obsessed with the idea Denver airport if you've heard about the Denver airport but look into that and the conspiracy theories were robbing London do which isn't so new anymore but the newer Denver airport and as some sort of clubs for international global conspiracy in Africa and that and time trials of the two things wrestles because you have rich cone has has made his mark with books in the wickedest era in the history of American publishing has not been this bad since the Gutenberg was a baby and you have a you have done a remarkable book I mean he is my bookshelf is filled with these books and the one it's a talk to me for two seconds before I let you go and go play with your family the fish that eat the whale is one of the most again it's a story that I never heard about it's about the banana king. yeah. well it is a story about this guy that a Russian Jewish immigrant who ended up there in Selma Alabama samba nana and so a lot of I decided that you were gonna bring bananas to the north and you sort of ended up buying these bananas that were being discarded is rotten and selling them and it's just a classic story of an immigrant spotting value and it's sort of like one man's trash one man's treasure and he winds up in the end becoming one with the black marker and runny nose and running in Nicaragua it's an astonishing story just go do author rich cone and just start ordering books I would start a good one to start with the last part of New York go ship.
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"It can be sponsored by the desert news. Okay. Well, they didn't pay for it. So now, no, no, no. Amy Donald for sports. Wrench in the desert news in that your call him is in there, and you report for the, but that's all okay. Retinues dot com is where you can find sports reporting and her Kalyan gavel call today on on how parents need to lay off coaches. Are you going to drive all the good ones out of the business? There was a Texas coach who resigned last week after just a a year on the job was actually coaching at the school where she played so sh-, you know, she had a connection to the community that most coaches don't have and she lasted a year. And so I just talked about I think complaining parents and helicopter. Parents are not new there are some aspects that are new and one of those is social media and the ways in which parents can publicly complain about and destroy a coach. All right. Well, how do we publicly complain about destroy? What happened happened to happen? In fact. I was watching the game. And it was pretty obvious Snyder. I I've yet to hear anybody say it wasn't. In fact, the league called Sean Payton and told him in fact, I have a quote from him just getting off that he's comes into the press conference. Just getting off the phone with the league office. They blew the call, man. Oh, yeah. And he said there were a lot of opportunities. And that's what that's the thing coaches have always tried to focus on you've a lot of chances to win a game. And one play does not win or lose the game for you. But that play was on third down. I was gonna say it seemed they were in inside the red zone, and they it ended their hope. Yeah. It was it was about the Rams ended up winning on fifty seven yard field goal. If you want to watch it. I think I tweeted it, and I I know that I on x ninety six dot com. I included a story that has several versions of the pass interference call. It's a the on sports on Twitter. Yeah. So you I mean, it was a. It was a good game. It was played. Pretty well on both sides. I think it was played better by the saints. But but LA did rally and play well when they needed to. I thought I thought they came back and not that was the thing that was impressive. And that's tough your plan against drew Brees. Right. So that was just that was just awful. It was bad. And if you don't know pass interference. It's an automatic first down. So so why can't Sean Payton? Why can't he challenge a non call because this not allowed right now? Well, they're talking about changing that because it's not the first time. This is the most egregious that anybody can find. But it's not the first time, and they said they need to make every play or every call reviewable. You're not gonna review every play like it makes everybody freak out. But you're just going to this won't happen. Other teams have lost on bad calls or no calls miscall. And we've just said, well, there's nothing we can do about it there, really. Is you could change the rules to say, well, you know, that you missed the call or somebody can see that you Mr. call you can fix it. So there's just not that, you know. I mean, it used to be well that's part of the game. Well, we don't have to have that part of the game anymore. We can change it. So what the royals down to is Ed was robbed. I said very dropped by the rest would not the first time. We'll be the last time. Meanwhile, Tom Brady, are you? I said he the the weekend of the it's no. Accident that there's a blood wolf eclipsed moon Jae Tom Brady, I knew it. I knew it. It was an overtime upset. They really control the first half. That game started. And I watched that first possession, and and and the really and I just went oh my God. It's going to be this is not going to be good for Kansas City gonna make a game of it. But that this is a machine. Yeah. So Kansas state comes out in the second half and highest scoring offense. And the patriots the patriots. You know, they did a number on them. Yeah. So that means the patriots and the Rams in Super Bowl he doesn't days. So that means that here's a little too little trivia thing. Right. They will play on Sunday, February third of note in two thousand and two Rams head coach Sean McVeigh was in high school. What was patriots quarterback Tom Brady doing at that time winning his first Super Bowl? He was playing the Rams in the Super Bowl. I was just going to say, it's it. I'm excited for the Rams because this means that forty nine states are now instant fans of the Los Angeles radio or not. Rest of us are tired of the patriots being the Super Bowl where everybody saying that. The only reason to watch is to see maroon five so it's the reading and somebody said, well, I heard I forget which comedian was late night comedian said well here it is the patriots of ended their eleven months Super Bowl drought. Exactly. I love that. That's a good sports cliche era, Utah Jazz have game tonight. They beat the Cavs on Friday. And if you have not seen the Utah men's basketball team, you need to go see them. They are doing amazing things. And they now have only seven healthy players. They I believe they're on the road this week. But they'll be back. They have an incredibly tough schedule coming out, and they could use a support where where are the rest of the players. There's a new. At what point can you like recruits? You know what I mean? There's no call somebody from the stands to hell. I mean seriously. You might see Lynn Roberts out there. Go in at my five t stature, I think I'll just run around. How about the kid's got heart? All right. All right. We can reading stuff desert news dot com, and thanks for braving the weather. Yes. Maybe you should just go to a coffee shop and civic sedan. I said, I don't want anymore coffee. I had coffee case. So when is the Super Bowl Hepworth third third and do you have predictions? I'm going with Tom Brady after yesterday. I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that upstart Tom Brady is gonna win. Pretty something. I'm rooting for the Rams. I don't think they'll. Intersil when I'm rooting for the right? Thank you..
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"I'm sorry i did a ufc to me is kind of disappeared so it is not out of the realm that you would set something up allah wwe in doing some kind of show to help market and event because this grabbed headlines before why if she's the venue can't look away it's incredible how that is and i would just keep laughing again not like a conspiracy theorist but imagining afterwards dana kalyan said hey that was good there's a little much like next next time this turn it down from eleven but pretty good hey we got the message across don't injure our guys it was on sports that it was in the as coming into the masters coverage i don't know stands at stealing headlines from the wwe the week of wrestlemainia while it's incredible by tainted i tweeted from the show i think i think we we all understand poorly ask question i'll grant you that but i think he knew it was going yeah straight talk wireless nationwide coverage on america's largest and most dependable four g.
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"What gave a good push for phase two of this operation lakhdar whatever their kalyan russia this is face two and either the fbi and the other intelligence agencies are cooperating in creating this once again mourn embellishments from the intelligence groups from the time that we first heard of russian meddling and our other through their elections that was all the way back before donald trump's 2014 weirdo barack obama talk about the possibility of this type of stuff going on but see at the same time and anyone you anyone wants to check my fax others other my figures on this uh 2014 it was first said well we may be seeing some russian problems with our elections the russians are planning on some cyber attack can't can't hit great great grid we talked about this bri the grids going to get taken out by russia or north korea china and maybe the election's gonna be toyed with we talk about this in 2014 well what happens after this is kind of planted in the minds of the people what is it reported is that from nineteen forty six to the year two thousand we basically meddled in the elections eighty six times but what about what happened in yugoslavia syria we you know we did something there right we uh we played our own look we're looking at assassinations were looking it i mean what what are we do chile what was out about and so you know i know we're more vocal were more of a vocal group than any other f one else about some countries trying to destroy our democracy and somebody wants to exploit our democratic values but i mean there's a conflicting message being sent here oh so they basically used counterpropaganda uncontrolled opposition to kinda ford our election well that'd be no different than george soros forking out millions of.
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"For phase two of this operation lakhdar whatever their kalyan russia this is faced two and either the fbi and the other intelligence agencies are cooperating in creating this once again mourn embellishments for the intelligence groups it from the time that we first heard of russian meddling and our other team through there are elections that was all the way back before donald trump's 2014 the weirdo brock obama talk about the possibility of this type of stuff going on but see at the same time and if anyone wants to check my fax others for my figures on this 2014 it was first said well we may be seeing some russian problems with our elections the russians are planning on some cyber attack hint hint hit greatgreatgreat we talked about this right the grids going to get taken out by russia and north korea china and maybe the elections you'll be toyed with we talked about this in 2014 well what happens after this is kind of planted in the minds of the people what is it reported is that from nineteen forty six to the year two thousand we basically meddled in elections eighty six times but what about what happened in yugoslavia syria we you know we did something there right we we player look we're looking at assassinations were looking it i mean what what are we doing chile what was out about and so you know i know were more vocal were more of a vocal group than any other f one else about some countries trying to destroy our democracy and somebody wants to exploit our democratic values but.
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"Goal in helium explanation and we can't call them the mental purely elucidatory ex relations we're always kalyan in the middle it's it's almost like i i hate to try to simplify things more than they need to be but it's almost like you know the donkey in the carrot that the donkey chasing the carrot pretty can never quite get it but what ends up happening is the donkey crosses quite a bit of distance trying to get to that carat how even though were never going to get that carat we're getting we're on a journey as we are doing it you know where we're going quite a distance as we're trying to get it and we might never were never going to get it but at least we have gone so far from where we were before or was it will give out looking for it in an object at least stockbroking fluid or demeaning as just to subject occulusive nation and just sat in the nettle of long island just listen i see let's essentially the answer of the book will be unique bagged two it languished the secret is to set with the question and not the fall into some museum to absolutely i couldn't think of a better way to leave within that what did jeff let everybody know well where they can follow along with your work in and how they can get the book and and all of your works out well my vote for all available on amazon he's just type i made their loss call thought but you can inside were they're all summarized i don't sell anything about europe site to strictly academic sites for it said quite will dot life studied you and derozan relied on the books and and the larger project could which they're all chapters will i we.