O’Reilly Media’s Velocity San Jose 2019 conference had one overarching goal: offer conference attendees the opportunity to gather expert insight on building and maintaining cloud native systems. How did Velocity meet that goal? By giving the world’s best cloud native system engineers, SREs, and DevOps experts the chance to share their experiences. For example: Alex Chen (Alibaba Cloud) described how cloud native storage products such as table storage, object storage, and log storage enabled the Alibaba platform to handle RMB 10B worth of sales in two minutes and five seconds. Ory Segal's (PureSec) revealed how attackers approach and exploit the weaknesses of serverless and what you can do about it. Nivia Henry (Spotify) demonstrated how an algorithm is built and what you can do to catch, reduce, or eliminate the algorithmic biases that produce infamous events like Tay the racist Twitter Bot. This video compilation contains all of these talks plus the best keynotes, tutorials, and tech sessions delivered at Velocity San Jose 2019. Looking to build your knowledge of how to build and maintain cloud native systems? Get this compilation and you’ll be on your way.
- Complete video recordings of Velocity San Jose 2019’s best tutorials, keynote speeches, and technical sessions—contains hours of material to review and study at your own pace and schedule.
- Cloud engineering tutorials, such as Patrick Meenan (Facebook) on fixing broken HTTP/2 deployments; Michael Kehoe (LinkedIn) on using Terraform to modernize your cloud infrastructure; and Ben Bleything (Google) on using the open source InSpec framework to build infrastructure and compliance tests.
- Keynotes from luminaries such as Liz Fong-Jones (Honeycomb), Everett Harper (Truss), Julie Horvath (Apple), Alex Qin (Code Cooperative), Lena Hall (Microsoft), and Jessica Kerr (Atomist).
- Sessions devoted to building secure and resilient systems, including Ian Coldwater’s (Independent) deep dive into Kubernetes CVE-2018-1002105 protections and Nora Jones (Slack) on the advanced approaches required for each piece of the chaos experiments cycle.
- Special sessions called “Overcoming Obstacles: Lessons in Resilience,” featuring the stories of cloud engineering success in the face of overwhelming barriers from practitioners such as Ryan Kitchens (Netflix), Tim Bonci (Vistaprint), and Tammy Butow (Gremlin).
- Sessions covering production engineering, SRE, and DevOps, including Charity Majors (Honeycomb) on why you can (and should) test in production and Alex Elman (Indeed) on the reasons why a total site outage can be a good thing.
- Sessions on monitoring, observability, and performance; sessions on containers, Kubernetes, and microservices; plus multiple sessions on cloud engineering leadership, serverless, distributed data, and emerging cloud technologies.