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

middleware conference sessions

11:50am–12:30pm Thursday, 05/28/2015
Eric Sammer (Rocana)
Running modern large-scale dynamic datacenters without equally modern monitoring is a recipe for disaster. In this session, we'll explore an architecture using open source infrastructure proven to handle tens of terabytes an hour of log, metric, and other event-oriented data, with real-time collection, processing, analytics, and alerting.
5:05pm–5:45pm Thursday, 05/28/2015
Lukasz Pater (CERN)
The Large Hadron Collider at CERN (Geneva, Switzerland) is the ultimate blackboard for physicists all over the world. The maintenance of the biggest machine ever built wouldn't be possible without dedicated mobile interfaces used by technicians every day. Discover our techniques, lessons learned, and solutions to quickly deliver robust mobile applications in this very challenging environment.
11:50am–12:30pm Friday, 05/29/2015
Kelsey Hightower (Google)
The last decade belonged to virtual machines; the next one belongs to containers. It is time to look at new ways to deploy and manage applications at scale. CoreOS is a new Linux distribution designed specifically for application containers and running them at scale. This talk will examine all the major components of CoreOS (etcd, fleet, docker, systemd) and how these components work together.
4:10pm–4:50pm Friday, 05/29/2015
2015 is an exciting year for PHP. With PHP 7 soon to be released and HHVM getting complete enough to run most existing PHP apps well, you have two amazingly fast options for running your PHP code. In this session I will cover the performance and new features of PHP 7.