How to Monitor Your IoT Devices at Scale
Releasing a connected device in today’s world without some form of monitoring in place is a recipe for trouble. And as you increase your fleet size, more and more issues arise, causing more and more trouble.
In this webinar, Tyler demonstrated how to build out your IoT monitoring solutions using metrics allowing you to scale your fleet without adding more issues. Using metrics to monitor a fleet of connected devices allows for assessing the health of thousands to millions of devices, all while keeping complexity, bandwidth, and power consumption to a minimum.
- How to build a metrics library for gathering compressed and aggregated -metrics on devices
- What the differences are between logs, metrics, and traces
- How to ingest data in a server under your control to do monitoring analysis
- A few formulas for calculating fleet health (e.g., expected battery life, crash free hours, average connectivity per hour).
The presentation slides can be downloaded directly here.
Presentation: 0:00 – 32:02
Memfault Demo: 32:02 – 34:38
Q&A from live audience: 34:38 – 47:33
About the Speaker
Tyler Hoffman is a Co-Founder of Memfault and an embedded engineer with a passion for improving the productivity of development teams. Tyler is now a co-founder and engineer at Memfault, and previously worked at Fitbit and Pebble as a firmware developer. Tyler has a BS in Computer Science from Purdue University.