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NDBench: Benchmarking Microservices at Scale

Posted by Vinay Chella  on  Jan 17, 2018 Posted by Vinay Chella Follow 0 Followers , Ioannis Papapanagiotou Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 17, 2018

Vinay Chella and Ioannis Papapanagiotou discuss Netflix's Cloud benchmark system, how it was integrated with their release cycle, showcasing how multiple instances can be monitored from a single UI.

Java Follow 670 Followers

Performance beyond Throughput: An OpenJ9 Case Study

Posted by Marius Pirvu  on  Jan 16, 2018 Posted by Marius Pirvu Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 16, 2018

Marius Pirvu talks about the new advancements in the area of JVM performance using the latest open source JVM technology at Eclipse OpenJ9 running with OpenJDK.

Data Science Follow 581 Followers

Getting Data Science to Production

Posted by Sarah Aerni  on  Jan 13, 2018 Posted by Sarah Aerni Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 13, 2018

Sarah Aerni covers the nuts and bolts of the Einstein Platform, a system that enables the automation and scaling of Artificial Intelligence to 1000s of customers, each with multiple models.

Data Science Follow 581 Followers

ML for Question and Answer Understanding @Quora

Posted by Nikhil Dandekar  on  Jan 12, 2018 Posted by Nikhil Dandekar Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 12, 2018

Nikhil Dandekar discusses how Quora extracts intelligence from questions using machine learning, including question-topic labeling, removing duplicate questions, ranking questions & answers, and more.

Development Follow 413 Followers

Go Programming Language

Posted by Dave Cheney  on  Jan 03, 2018 Posted by Dave Cheney Follow 4 Followers  on  Jan 03, 2018

Dave Cheney discusses the Go language: writing and interpreting benchmarks, using performance tools built into the Go runtime, GC and writing GC-friendly code.

Architecture & Design Follow 1494 Followers

Scaling Slack

Posted by Bing Wei  on  Jan 03, 2018 Posted by Bing Wei Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 03, 2018

Bing Wei examines the limitations that Slack's back-end ran into and how they overcame them to scale from supporting small teams to serving large organizations of hundreds and thousands of users.

Data Science Follow 581 Followers

Monitoring Modern Architectures with Data Science

Posted by Dave Casper  on  Dec 28, 2017 Posted by Dave Casper Follow 0 Followers  on  Dec 28, 2017

Dave Casper talks about how modern data science and algorithms are being applied to "fight machines with machines".

Data Science Follow 581 Followers

Handling Billions of Edges in a Graph Database

Posted by Michael Hackstein  on  Dec 21, 2017 Posted by Michael Hackstein Follow 1 Followers  on  Dec 21, 2017

Michael Hackstein discusses graph databases, the current scalability problems and their solutions.

Development Follow 413 Followers

Performance Mythbusting Panel

Posted by Monica Beckwith  on  Dec 19, 2017 1 Posted by Monica Beckwith Follow 436 Followers , Ben Watson Follow 0 Followers , Sergey Kuksenko Follow 2 Followers , Min Ni Follow 0 Followers , Vinay Chella Follow 0 Followers , Ioannis Papapanagiotou Follow 0 Followers  on  Dec 19, 2017 1

The panelists answer audience questions on real-world applied performance proofs across stacks including Java, .NET and Python.

Architecture & Design Follow 1494 Followers

Control Flow Integrity Using Hardware Counters

Posted by Jamie Butler  on  Dec 15, 2017 1 Posted by Jamie Butler Follow 0 Followers , Cody Pierce Follow 0 Followers  on  Dec 15, 2017 1

J. Butler and C. Pierce present a system for early detection and prevention of unknown exploits. Their system uses Performance Monitoring Unit hardware to enforce coarse-grained Control Flow Integrity

Culture & Methods Follow 441 Followers

Scale @Reddit Triple Team Size w/o Losing Control

Posted by Nick Caldwell  on  Dec 13, 2017 Posted by Nick Caldwell Follow 0 Followers  on  Dec 13, 2017

Nick Caldwell discusses his engineering team's approach to Agile development as they scaled from 40 to 120 engineers.

Architecture & Design Follow 1494 Followers

The Anatomy of a Distributed System

Posted by Tyler McMullen  on  Dec 12, 2017 Posted by Tyler McMullen Follow 1 Followers  on  Dec 12, 2017

Tyler McMullen talks through the components and design of a real system, built to perform very high volumes of health checks, done across a cluster of machines for reliability and scalability.

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