Build resilient systems at scale
May 27–29, 2015 • Santa Clara, CA

Velocity 2015 is a wrap

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Save the date: Velocity returns to Santa Clara June 21-23, 2016.
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“The first time I went to Velocity and implemented what I learned, I saved our company close to a half a million dollars in just 6 months.”
Phil Chen, DevOps Advisor, Rev Software

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Karthik Ramasamy commented on Stream processing and anomaly detection @Twitter
@sri sod – Storm bolts do not provide inbuilt mechanism for state. Hence, some kind of cache or stable storage is needed. The type of cache – local or distributed depends on tolerance levels you need. - Distributed cache –... Read More.

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Amiya Gupta commented on Building the fast new
Hi Stephen The slide isn’t meant to indicate all inline scripts execute 200x faster than external scripts. If it was that simple we would just inline everything. :) In this particular case there was one small module (called “remToPixel”) that... Read More.

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Stephen Cunliffe commented on Building the fast new
Great presentation. On slide 35 the numbers seem to suggest that inline scripts in the head are better (200x perf wise) than in external scripts. Is this based on a “cold-start, un-primed cache”? I can understand if there was a... Read More.

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Conference Topics

  • Ubiquitous Delivery
  • DevOps in the Enterprise
  • Instrumentation, Monitoring, and Automation
  • Continuous Delivery
  • Cloud Administration
  • Building the Infrastructure of the IoT
  • Microservices
  • Manage Risk and Complexity
  • Deliberately Unstable Systems
  • SOA architectures
  • Managing Risk and Complexity
  • Incident Management
  • Human Machine Cooperation
  • Metrics / Monitoring
  • Systems Thinking
  • Microservices
  • Instrumentation & Automation
  • Containerization / Deployment
  • Docker and CoreOS
  • Software Defined Networking / Network Abstraction
  • "Infrastructure as Code" Disruption of Networking
  • Continuous Security
  • End-to-End Optimization
  • User Experience Optimization
  • Network, Database and Middleware Optimization
  • Organizational Optimization
I loaded up on great ideas and am really looking forward to bringing them back to EA. We'll be a better team with new and innovative ideas fueling us. Thanks to all the cool people we met at Velocity.-Craig Skelton, Electronic Arts

Velocity: for a fast, unpredictable world

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