Training: June 20–21, 2016
Tutorials: June 21, 2016
Keynotes & Sessions: June 22–23, 2016
Santa Clara, CA
Andre Vachon

Andre Vachon
Principal Software Engineering Manager, Microsoft

Andre Vachon has worked on the Windows operating system and development tools in various groups at Microsoft, including WinDbg, the MS C++ compiler, Microsoft crash analysis, and Skype telemetry. Currently, Andre is part of the Azure Performance team, focused on delivering tools to help identify and improve the performance of Azure Compute and Storage services. Andre is a frequent speaker at WinHEC conferences, delivering insights into device driver development and debugging.


3:40pm–4:20pm Thursday, 06/23/2016
First time at Velocity Santa Clara, Infrastructure reimagined
Location: Ballroom AB Level: Intermediate
Andre Vachon (Microsoft)
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Execution graphs enable the capabilities of a debugger and profiler on top of log and tracing data emitted by a multiple services. Andre Vachon explains that although distributed tracing tools work well when a common tracing library is used across all components, execution graphs provide a more general schema to extract and save data from heterogeneous, loosely coupled distributed systems. Read more.