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Optimizing for Production Workloads

Posted by Samuel Ortiz  on  Jul 09, 2018 Posted by Samuel Ortiz Follow 0 Followers , Daniel Walsh Follow 0 Followers  on  Jul 09, 2018

S. Ortiz & D. Walsh discuss breaking down the containers runtimes into their base functionality and then building them up into a series or core libraries and tools to specialize in core capabilities.

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XDP in Practice: DDoS Mitigation @Cloudflare

Posted by Gilberto Bertin  on  Jul 03, 2018 Posted by Gilberto Bertin Follow 0 Followers  on  Jul 03, 2018

Gilberto Bertin discusses the architecture of Cloudflare’s automatic DDoS mitigation pipeline, the initial packet filtering solution based on Iptables, and why they had to introduce userspace offload.

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Unikraft - Unleashing the Power of Unikernels

Posted by Felipe Huici  on  Jul 03, 2018 Posted by Felipe Huici Follow 0 Followers  on  Jul 03, 2018

Felipe Huici introduces Unikraft, describes it in greater detail, and gives a brief demo of how to use it in order to build a few different unikernels.

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Is Boilerplate Code Really So Bad?

Posted by Trisha Gee  on  Jul 03, 2018 Posted by Trisha Gee Follow 6 Followers  on  Jul 03, 2018

Trisha Gee explores common coding scenarios using Java and Kotlin, discussing Java's evolution to improve productivity, and why staying up to date with Java can help.

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Serverless and Java in the Real World

Posted by John Chapin  on  Jun 29, 2018 Posted by John Chapin Follow 3 Followers  on  Jun 29, 2018

John Chapin describes the nuts and bolts of building large-scale serverless applications using Java, showcasing the efficiency of Java and several examples of scalable, evolvable, Lambda apps

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Java at Scale

Posted by Steve Poole  on  Jun 29, 2018 Posted by Steve Poole Follow 1 Followers  on  Jun 29, 2018

Steve Poole explores the cutting edge of “Java at Scale” and discusses how the use cases are being reflected in new thoughts about Java and the JVM.

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Neural Networks across Space and Time

Posted by Dave Snowdon  on  Jun 29, 2018 Posted by Dave Snowdon Follow 0 Followers  on  Jun 29, 2018

Dave Snowdon starts with a brief introduction to deep neural networks, why they are important and how they work. He covers 2 of the most important deep neural architectures: convolutional & recurrent.

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Cluster Consensus: When Aeron Met Raft

Posted by Martin Thompson  on  Jun 28, 2018 Posted by Martin Thompson Follow 26 Followers  on  Jun 28, 2018

Martin Thompson explains how consensus algorithms operate and the techniques that can be applied to make them efficient. Thompson covers the mechanics of a working consensus system.

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Applied Performance Theory

Posted by Kavya Joshi  on  Jun 28, 2018 Posted by Kavya Joshi Follow 5 Followers  on  Jun 28, 2018

Kavya Joshi explores the use of performance theory in real systems at companies like Facebook, and discusses how it can be leveraged, to prepare systems for flux and scale.

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High Performance Actors

Posted by Kiki Carter  on  Jun 28, 2018 Posted by Kiki Carter Follow 0 Followers  on  Jun 28, 2018

Kiki Carter takes a deep-dive to investigate how efficient resource utilization is achieved with Akka & looks at some of the other libraries that Akka leverages for improved efficiency-Aeron, JCTools

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Parallelizing Product Development with GraphQL

Posted by Chris Biscardi  on  Jun 26, 2018 Posted by Chris Biscardi Follow 0 Followers  on  Jun 26, 2018

Chris Biscardi talks about how to drive API development forward with the data model as the source of truth using the GraphQL Schema Definition Language.

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Software Design for Persistent Memory Systems

Posted by Howard Chu  on  Jun 21, 2018 Posted by Howard Chu Follow 0 Followers  on  Jun 21, 2018

Howard Chu talks about both naive approaches to leveraging NVRAM, and reasons to avoid those approaches, as well as optimal, proven methods for building systems around persistent memory.

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