Past Presentations

Snowflake Architecture: Building a Data Warehouse for the Cloud

At Snowflake, we wanted to architect a data warehouse from the ground up to leverage all the benefits of the cloud. Unlike shared-storage architectures that tie storage and compute together, we built a single integrated system with fully independent scaling for compute, storage and services. In...

Thierry Cruanes Co-founder Snowflake Computing @SnowflakeDB
Helm 3: A Mariner's Delight

Adjusting your spyglass and looking out over the water, you can see how useful a package manager like Helm is. Perhaps you’ve used it to manage the fractal complexity of packages on your Kubernetes clusters (without losing track of versions stashed in the hold). But Helm 3 is rumored to be...

Lachlan Evenson Principal Program Manager @Microsoft & K8s Release Lead for 1.16
The 10 Kubernetes Commandments

We've been in the operations and development game for years; it has made us animals. We've learned there are rules for success, so we created a manual. This is a step-by-step checklist to get your Kubernetes game on track. (and maybe your manager off your back?)  In this session, Carlos and...

Bryan Liles Staff Engineer @heptio
Carlos Amedee Senior Software Engineer @digitalocean
Day Two Kubernetes: Tools for Operability

Artisanally hand-crafting our own container hosting solutions can be a fun learning experience, but for repeatable production use, we want to deploy and manage Kubernetes clusters in a reproducible fashion. Using open source tools like Helm, Draft, Brigade, and Terraform, we can deploy and update...

Bridget Kromhout Principal Cloud Developer Advocate @Microsoft
Training Deep Learning Models at Scale on Kubernetes

Deep Learning has recently become very important for all kinds of AI applications from conversational chatbots to self-driving cars. In this talk, we will talk about how we use deep learning for natural language processing, utilize Tensorflow for training deep learning models, run Tensorflow on...

Deepak Bobbarjung Founding Engineer @PassageAI
Mitul Tiwari CTO @PassageAI
Redis for Microservices Using Kubernetes

In microservices architecture pattern, most microservices need to persist data in some kind of database. Redis, an in-memory NoSQL database, can be used to keep each microservice’s persistent data private and accessible across POD failure events. Redis is ideal for frontend microservices as...

Vick Kelkar Global Technology Manager @RedisLabs
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