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Schedule: Focus on Web Operations sessions

This year Web 2.0 Expo has created three Focus Tracks emphasizing parts of the Web undergoing tremendous change & having significant impact on our lives: the Mobile Web, Social Platforms, and Web Operations . Each Focus Track is built on a comprehensive set of discussions in a core topic, with participation from experienced industry-leading speakers.

Focus on WebOps will happen on Friday and will have four sessions that review capacity planning, the failures of the past year, and the tools need to keep your servers well above water

Location: Ballroom - 3rd Level Level: Novice
Kevin Gibbs (Google App Engine)
In this session, we'll discuss the issues developers face building web applications and how developers can leverage Google App Engine to build and scale web applications. Read more.
Location: 2009 Level: Novice
Jesse Robbins (Orion Labs), Artur Bergman (Fastly)
An entertaining/informative/eye-opening review of the year's biggest failures, disasters, and painful lessons learned. Presented by Jesse Robbins and Artur Bergman of O'Reilly Radar. Read more.
Location: 2002 Level: Intermediate
Steve Souders (SpeedCurve)
Souders' book, High Performance Web Sites, describes the 14 best practices he developed while working as the Chief Performance Yahoo!. YSlow, the Firebug extension he created, codified those best practices. Now working at Google, Souders discusses the next set of best practices he's discovered, including the best ways to load JavaScript and where to place (and where not to place) inline scripts. Read more.
Location: 2010 Level: Intermediate
John Allspaw (Adaptive Capacity Labs)
This talk will take a look at new and different approaches to capacity planning, and how they do it at Flickr. Read more.
Location: 2010 Level: Intermediate
Adam Jacob (Chef)
Providing efficient, automated operations is critical to new startups. Utilizing a demonstration company running in EC2, we'll show you what all the components of an automated infrastructure are, how they work together to solve real problems, and why they provide an important competitive advantage. Read more.