The Instrumentation Record Language (IRL) has been developed since 2013 as a central element of Kieker and an approach for model-driven instrumentation. Both required a declarative and compact model to specify record structures for monitoring. Continue reading
Using the tool Gource, we created a nice visualization showing the development of Kieker in only five minutes until the release of 1.10. The video contains parts of our Git history and shows not only how the project has grown since 2008, but also how many different developers already contributed to the project.
Thanks to Fenil Conic (@fenilconic) for the music (Hollywood Reality 3).