Highlights from the O’Reilly Velocity Conference in Berlin 2019
Experts explore new trends, tools, and techniques in systems engineering and cloud native systems.
People from across the cloud native and distributed systems worlds came together in Berlin for the O’Reilly Velocity Conference. Below you’ll find links to highlights from the event.
My love letter to computer science is very short and I also forgot to mail it
James Mickens shares his concerns and frustrations with today’s technology.
Everything is a little bit broken; or, The illusion of control
Heidi Waterhouse outlines ways to handle uncertainty by adding in error budgets, layered access, and other accommodations for failure.
Observability: Understanding production through your customers’ eyes
Christine Yen says observability isn’t just for ops folks, but it’s not only about engineering roles, either.
Secure reliable systems
Ana Oprea provides insights and strategies for baking security into your systems.
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How to deploy infrastructure in just 13.8 billion years
Ingrid Burrington looks at how reframing the time scales of computation can change the way your build infrastructure.
The ultimate guide to complicated systems
Jennifer Davis explores how sustainable engineering practices can enable technical and strategic direction.
5 things Go taught me about open source?
Dave Cheney talks about the unexpected things he learned while trying to convince programmers to try Go.
Building high-performing engineering teams, one pixel at a time
Lena Reinhard discusses ways you can make distributed teams strong, deliberate, and productive.
Controlled chaos: The inevitable marriage of DevOps and security
Kelly Shortridge explains why chaos and resilience engineering represent the future of security programs.
The power of good abstractions in systems design
Lorenzo Saino looks at how good abstractions make it possible to identify and apply solutions to seemingly unrelated problems.