Keynote: What’s so hard about distributed systems?

Sala: Sala 2 + Sala 3 + Sala 4

Horário: 9:00am - 10:20am

Dia da semana: Terça-feira

Resumo

Many companies nowadays employ microservices as an effective way to break down their systems into smaller pieces. Microservices are a powerful way to chunk by functionality and/or team, evolving pieces of the system independently, and achieve better abstraction and encapsulation. But microservices come at the cost of running a distributed system. Distributed systems are inherently unreliable because they compose pieces that communicate over an unreliable network. In this talk, I will dive into some best practices that we have learned about what it takes to build, evolve, and operate such systems. I will talk about lessons and best practices around architecture, deployments, DevOps, Chaos testing, and evolving systems. I will also talk about more recent trends such as container orchestration and service meshes and why these new layers of abstraction are a natural reaction to the complexities of distributed systems that we will see continue to evolve.

Palestrante: Katharina Probst

Senior Engineering Leader, Kubernetes & SaaS at Google

Katharina Probst is a Senior Engineering Leader, Kubernetes & SaaS at Google. Before this, she was leading engineering teams at Netflix, being responsible for the Netflix API, which helps bring Netflix streaming to millions of people around the world. Prior to joining Netflix, she was in the cloud computing team at Google, where she saw cloud computing from the provider side. Her interests include scalable, distributed systems, APIs, cloud computing, and building effective and successful teams. She also holds a PhD in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University.

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