Jeremy EdbergArquiteto de Disponibilidade do Netflix
Jeremy Edberg is currently the Reliability Architect for Netflix, the largest video streaming service in the world. Before that he ran Reddit, an online community for sharing and discussing interesting things on the internet that does more than two billion page views a month. Both run their entire operations on Amazon’s EC2. Jeremy has keynoted at conferences such as PyCon and Cloud Connect.
Big Data 2013: Concepts, Techniques and Tools
Location:Duration:Half DayAbstract:Big Data was the hot topic of 2012, and there is no sign of cooling in the near future. Come hear Jeremy Edberg, Reliability Architect for Netflix and former Information Cowboy for Reddit, give an overview of the Big Data technology landscape with a mix of war stories and practical examples of how to use Big Data to make your business more successful. The tutorial will include explanations of all the main Big Data concepts, such as NoSQL vs SQL and when to use each, as well as Hadoop and map/reduce. We'll also cover various technologies such as Cassandra and Redis, how to effectively use them, and how Netflix and Reddit use those technologies. Lastly, we'll talk about distributed architectures for Big Data and how to best take advantage of the cloud.
- How Netflix Operates Multi-Region Clouds for Maximum Freedom and Agility Location: Abstract: In this session, learn how Netflix has embraced DevOps and leveraged all that the cloud has to offer to allow our developers maximum freedom and agility. Also hear about Netflix's open source projects, such as Asgard, Hystrix, and others. A special focus will be on our new multi-region efforts in 2013.