Keynote stage at Velocity NY
Keynote stage at Velocity NY (source: O'Reilly Conferences via Flickr).

Experts from across the web operations and performance worlds came together in New York for the O’Reilly Velocity Conference in New York 2016. Below you'll find links to keynotes from the event.

Don't gamble when it comes to reliability

How do you stay reliable when you can’t keep the whole system in your head? Tom Croucher discusses Uber's approach to reliability.

DevOps, collaboration, and globally distributed teams

Ashish Kuthiala presents research-based findings on the factors that play the most important roles in accelerating DevOps adoption.

Serverless is other people

Rachel Chalmers explores about what serverless means for security, networking, support, and culture.

We need a bigger goal than collecting data

Mehdi Daoudi challenges business leaders and IT ops professionals to consider the ROI of analyses. How quickly can we get real insights from our data?

Situation normal: All fouled up

Richard Cook and David Woods examine the problems and potential in Internet-facing business incident response.

Data science: Next-gen performance analytics

Ken Gardner looks at the latest innovations in performance analytics and how data science can be used in surprising ways to visualize and prioritize improvements.

Two years of the U.S. Digital Service

Now two years old and including about 150 people spanning a network of federal agencies, the U.S. Digital Service has taken on immigration, education, veterans benefits, and health data interoperability.

Building bridges with DevOps

Katherine Daniels explains how the principles of effective DevOps environments can be used to create sustainable participation from a wide range of people.

Make performance data—and beyond—accessible

Alois Reitbauer discusses the conversational interface Dynatrace has built to make performance data accessible through natural language questions.

Turning data into leverage

Ozan Turgut discusses how to use visualization and analytics to apply data to decision making.

Is ad blocking good for advertisers?

Tony Ralph explains why the rise of ad blocking could incite progress in online advertising.

Transforming how the world operates software

The problems around software aren’t all solved and the story isn’t over. What role will you play?

Security at the speed of innovation: Defensive development for a fast-paced world

Kelly Lum shares her experiences maintaining a break-neck pace while still producing hacker-resilient code.

Article image: Keynote stage at Velocity NY (source: O'Reilly Conferences via Flickr).