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Stalkr: Project Presentation

97d21da8e0ffa8f81218a293482c253a?s=47 Matheus
March 10, 2017

Stalkr: Project Presentation

Stalkr is a simple–yet powerful–tool which gathers data from both continuous integration and application infrastructure monitoring tools in order to make it easier to monitor the whole developing process, in a way the entire team can see at a glance, from the very first commit to the final release.

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Matheus

March 10, 2017
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  1. © 2017 The Stalkr Foundation.

  2. making devлop ' lives easier

  3. let theConcept: String = "Modern application & infrastructure monitoring tools."

  4. builds tests back -end

  5. does our code build? tests back -end builds

  6. does our code build? builds

  7. does our code work as expected? builds tests back -end

  8. does our code work as expected? tests

  9. how are our remote APIs working? back-end builds tests

  10. how are our remote APIs working? back-end

  11. None
  12. x30

  13. currentSolutions : [Products]? var

  14. None
  15. Some folks from Spatie tracking their projects. 

  16. None
  17. Some folks from Pivotal… 

  18. …tracking their projects! 

  19. None
  20.  Some folks from Globo.com…

  21. …tracking their projects! 

  22. ✗ each company creating their own solutions ✗ not all

    of them were extensible/composable
  23. let ourSolution: Product = Product( "Stalkr")

  24. None
  25. Users pick the desired packages in order to integrate with

    the services which are already in use at their project/company.
  26. Users deploy the chosen packages at the cloud platform of

    their choice within a minimum setup process.
  27. Users get access to our SaaS which helps them organizing

    their projects across organizations, teams, roles etc.
  28. Users then sign with a short code in their TV

    Stalkr client. Once the code has been entered, our app is able to retrieve and display data. 
  29. None
  30. demo time

  31. None
  32. let espinosa: Bot = Bot() espinosa.say("Hello")

  33. let theCo"#unity: [String] = [ "events & local startups”, "open

    source", "social networks" ]
  34. #1

  35. None
  36. http://getstal.kr

  37. None
  38. #2

  39. None
  40. ~12 repos ~70 stars

  41. #3

  42. local meetups

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  44. local startups

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  46. #4

  47. None
  48. "Swift has amazing potential on the server"

  49. None
  50. currentStatus : [String:Int] var

  51. Stackify NewRelic Apex LogicMonitor Github Gitlab SourceForge CodeCo"#it CircleCI CodeShip

    Gitlab TravisCI Heroku DigitalOcean AWS RedShift
  52. Stackify NewRelic Apex LogicMonitor Github Gitlab SourceForge CodeCo"#it CircleCI CodeShip

    Gitlab TravisCI Heroku DigitalOcean AWS RedShift Github TravisCI Apex
  53. None
  54. 26 downloads

  55. let theFuture: [Feature] = [ "Better user dashboard", "More packages",

    "Packages Catalog" “More platforms", "Accessibility improvements" ]
  56. make developers’ lives easier

  57. that’s all th k y

  58. © 2017 The Stalkr Foundation.