AWS Webinar: How Peloton Cycle Streams Live Spin Classes to Thousands
Dubbed The Netflix of Fitness by Inc. and named the Best Home Workout & Fitness Machine by Forbes, Peloton Cycle delivers live and on-demand indoor studio cycling classes to thousands of people around the United States in the comfort of their own homes. With competitive leaderboards that reflect historical and live data and metrics being updated every second, Peloton receives 17 billion API calls every day.
Peloton knows firsthand how vital it is to have real-time visibility across a complex cloud infrastructure that runs entirely on Amazon Web Services (AWS). So I’m really excited about our upcoming webinar with AWS, during which we’ll hear from Bryan Tinsley, a key member of Peloton’s Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) team.
Bryan will share details on how Peloton Cycle keeps its customers spinning by using Loggly to gain immediate insight into its cloud infrastructure.
Here’s a preview of some areas he’ll cover:
- How Peloton utilizes Loggly to manage the health of its applications on AWS in real time
- Why log management is essential for successful DevOps practices
- Specific Loggly use cases at Peloton
Peloton Cycle: Streaming Live Spin Classes to Thousands with Loggly & AWS
Date and time: April 20, 2017 | 10-11 AM PT
Amazon recognizes that logging and monitoring play an important role in DevOps. This webinar is part of its work to feature AWS DevOps Competency Partners like Loggly and to share DevOps best practices.
I hope to see you at the webinar! There will be a replay available for people who can’t make the live event. You can also download the case study here.