Gustavo Franco

Go Language for Ops and Site Reliability Engineering

Date: This event took place live on June 26 2013

Presented by: Gustavo Franco

Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.

Cost: Free

The Go programming language adoption for Site Reliability Engineering and Operations has been rapidly growing at Google and other companies.

This webcast talk presented by Gustavo Franco will cover the differences between traditional Operations and Site Reliability Engineering and how the Go programming language can help attendees to build powerful and future-proof tools to help their work in both cases.

About Gustavo Franco

Free software enthusiast and Debian developer since 2001, founded pkg-LTSP and Python modules teams.

Supervised the technical group of a non-profit responsible for a custom Debian distribution and program for more than 4 years which enabled NGOs and communities to get online in Brazil.

Led a team responsible for the FIFA Soccer World Cup 2010 live streaming in Brazil.

Born in Rio, Brazil currently living in San Francisco, California. Site Reliability Engineer at Google for the last 5 years. Compute Engine SRE tech lead.

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