Everything open source
May 16–17, 2016: Training & Tutorials
May 18–19, 2016: Conference
Austin, TX

Open source has changed how you run infrastructure

Joshua Bernstein (EMC {code})
4:20pm–5:00pm Wednesday, 05/18/2016
Sponsored
Location: Meeting Room 16A
Average rating: ****.
(4.67, 3 ratings)

Some of the most successful organizations in the world have disrupted industries—or responded to disruption—by building infrastructure using open source platforms and tools. Josh Bernstein shares first-hand experiences from his days running the Siri Deployment and Infrastructure Architecture team at Apple. By embracing open source and DevOps tools and methodologies, Josh’s team was able to take Siri from launch to 60,000 servers, deployed in 17 locations, in under 5 years. You’ll learn why some of the world’s largest organizations are using open source and how EMC can help you get there.

This session is sponsored by EMC {code}.

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Joshua Bernstein

EMC {code}

Joshua Bernstein recently joined EMC as the new VP of technology for the Emerging Technologies division. Prior to EMC, Josh ran the Siri Deployment and Infrastructure Architecture team at Apple for four and a half years. As a member of the small team, Joshua and his colleagues successfully took Siri from launch to 60,000 servers, deploying in 17 locations worldwide. Prior to working at Apple, Josh was the senior software engineer at Penguin Computing, specializing in design and implementation of large-scale distributed systems management software. In addition, he worked on many high-profile NASA missions, including the design for the image processing pipeline of the HiRISE Camera currently on board the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Josh is a large contributor to the open source community, contributing to multiple projects including Mesos, HDFS, HBASE, Zookeeper, Samba, OpenMPI, Torque, and the Linux Infiniband Stack. Josh studied computer engineering at the University of Arizona.