Liz Fong-Jones says management of complex distributed systems requires changing who's involved in production, how they collaborate, and how success is measured.
Bob Quillin outlines how the cloud native community can reduce complexity, be more inclusive to all teams, and create a more open, multicloud future.
Drawing inspiration from restorative justice practices and her own journey of healing, Alex Qin offers a hopeful vision for how we can come together and co-create the world we yearn for.
Drawing from technology, finance, sports, social psychology, and complexity theory, Everett Harper looks at the key practices that are crucial for solving our most critical challenges.
Bridget Kromhout looks over the cloud native landscape and talks about what’s new, what’s next, and what you need to get started with Kubernetes right now.
Jessica Kerr argues that most programming careers aren’t about writing software, they’re about changing it.
Lachlan Evenson and Bridget Kromhout discuss the journey to build Gatekeeper, a community-driven approach for enforcing policy on any Kubernetes cluster.
Yaniv Aknin dives into the secret sauce for a successful SRE organization: high-quality measurements of reliability.
Modern distributed systems are immensely different from distributed systems of just a decade ago. Lena Hall looks at how our approaches and practices progress with time.
Experts explore cloud native infrastructure, SRE, distributed systems, and more.
Chen Goldberg shares how Kubernetes, Istio, GKE, and Anthos can help build distributed systems and happy teams.
Survey results reveal the path organizations face as they integrate cloud native infrastructure and harness the full power of the cloud.
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Jane Adams examines the ways data-driven recruiting fails to achieve intended results and perpetuates discriminatory hiring practices.
Kris Nova looks at the new era of the cloud native space and the kernel that has made it all possible: Kubernetes.
Martin Kleppmann shows how recent computer science research is helping develop the abstractions and APIs for the next generation of applications.
Claire Janisch looks at some of the best biomimicry opportunities inspired by nature’s software and wetware.
Anne Currie says excessive and dirty energy use in data centers is one of the biggest ethical issues facing the tech industry.
Katrina Owen says the valuable skills that experienced professionals lack are at the vital margins of their careers.
Watch highlights from expert talks covering Kubernetes, chaos engineering, deep learning, and more.
Crystal Hirschorn discusses how organizations can benefit from combining established tech practices with incident planning, post-mortem-driven development, chaos engineering, and observability.
Omoju Miller outlines a vision where we harness human action for a better future.
Tammy Butow explains how companies can use Chaos Days to focus on controlled chaos engineering.
Jaana Dogan explains why Google teaches its tracing tools to new employees and how it helps them learn about Google-scale systems end to end.