Training: June 20–21, 2016
Tutorials: June 21, 2016
Keynotes & Sessions: June 22–23, 2016
Santa Clara, CA

Look back, look now, see forward

Phil Stanhope (Dyn ), Nicolas Brousse (TubeMogul)
2:10pm–2:50pm Wednesday, 06/22/2016
Sponsored
Location: Ballroom F Level: Intermediate

Prerequisite knowledge

Attendees should be familiar with Internet performance management, monitoring, CDN, cloud services, troubleshooting, and data analysis.

Description

The Internet is increasingly complex and routinely experiences outages, instabilities, and attacks. While cloud providers, CDNs, and acceleration services may claim to be always available, that doesn’t mean that they’re “always reachable.” In fact, they are almost certainly experiencing a constant rate of low-level failure that is largely outside of your control yet is still impacting your users. But what Internet performance management tools are available to help you obtain visibility and shorten the mean time to innocence? What’s going on right now in the CDN, cloud, and Internet transit performance space?

Phil Stanhope and Nicolas Brousse explore why enterprises need to arm themselves with the right tools to detect and remediate problems and protect their Internet-connected assets.

This session is sponsored by Dyn.

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Phil Stanhope

Dyn

Phil Stanhope is vice president of technology at Dyn. Phil’s focus varies across engineering, infrastructure, architecture, analytics, operations, and emerging technology strategy and planning. Phil is a known thought leader in the industry, having served on numerous advisory boards and technology adoption programs over the past 25 years.

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Nicolas Brousse

TubeMogul

Nicolas Brousse is senior director of operations engineering at TubeMogul. The company’s sixth employee and first operations hire, Nicolas has grown TubeMogul’s infrastructure over the past seven years from several machines to over two thousand servers that handle billions of requests per day for clients like Allstate, Chrysler, Heineken, and Hotels.com. Adept at adapting quickly to ongoing business needs and constraints, Nicolas leads a global team of site reliability engineers and database architects that monitor TubeMogul’s infrastructure 24/7 and adhere to DevOps methodology. Nicolas is a frequent speaker at top US technology conferences and regularly gives advice to other operations engineers. Prior to relocating to the US to join TubeMogul, Nicolas worked in technology for over 15 years, managing heavy traffic and large user databases for companies like MultiMania, Lycos, and Kewego. Nicolas lives in Richmond, CA, and is an avid fisherman and aspiring cowboy.