Schedule 2021

The schedule is subject to change.

Tue,
May
18

Tue,
May
18

EDT(local time)
TRACK Architectures You've Always Wondered About Charles Humble TRACK WebAssembly Throughout the Stack Colin Eberhardt - Scott Logic TRACK Observability and Understandability in Production Tammy Bryant Butow - Gremlin
09:00AM
KEYNOTE 09:00AM - 09:50AM Complex Systems: Microservices and Humans Katharina Probst - Google
10:00AM
Session INTERVIEW AVAILABLE 10:00AM - 10:40AM BBC Online: Architecting for Scale with the Cloud and Serverless Matthew Clark - BBC
Session INTERVIEW AVAILABLE 10:00AM - 10:40AM WASI: A New Kind of System Interface Lin Clark - Fastly
Session 10:00AM - 10:40AM More More More! Why the Most Resilient Companies Want More Incidents John Egan - Facebook
11:00AM
Session 11:00AM - 11:40AM Optimizing Your Web Performance: Separating the Signals from the Noise Carl Anderson - Trainline
Session 11:00AM - 11:40AM Experimenting with WASM for future audience experiences in BBC iPlayer Tim Pearce - BBC
Session 11:00AM - 11:40AM Observing and Understanding Failures: SRE Apprentices Tammy Bryant Butow - Gremlin
12:00PM
Session 12:00PM - 12:40PM Building and Scaling a Control Plane for 1000s of Kafka Clusters Gwen Shapira - Confluent
Vivek Sharma - Confluent
Session 12:00PM - 12:40PM Wasm in the Wild West: A Practical Application Tale Taylor Thomas - Microsoft
Matt Butcher - Microsoft
Session 12:00PM - 12:40PM Resources & Transactions: A Fundamental Duality in Observability Ben Sigelman - LightStep
01:00PM
Session 01:00PM - 01:40PM Event Driven Architectures of Scale Panel Wes Reisz - VMware
Matthew Clark - BBC
Gwen Shapira - Confluent
Ian Thomas - Flutter Entertainment
Session 01:00PM - 01:40PM WebAssembly Panel Aaron Turner - Fastly
Session 01:00PM - 01:40PM Observability and Understandability Panel Jason Yee - Gremlin
John Egan - Facebook
Ben Sigelman - LightStep
Tammy Bryant Butow - Gremlin
02:00PM
02:00PM - 02:45PM Applications Architecture Considerations for Distributed Systems Jim Walker - Cockroach Labs
02:00PM - 02:45PM Devving on the Edge Ezra Stevens - LaunchDarkly
02:00PM - 02:45PM Quarkus Magic: Code Manipulation with Quarkus Extensions Fabian Stäber - Instana
03:00PM
03:00PM - 03:45PM Site 24x7 Sponsored Case Study
03:00PM - 03:45PM AOT or JIT: Fast Startup or Fast Code? Simon Ritter - Azul

Tue,
May
25

Tue,
May
25

EDT(local time)
TRACK System Level Programming Languages Nell Shamrell-Harrington - Microsoft TRACK Accelerating APIs and Edge Computing Sergey Fedorov - Netflix TRACK Architecting a Modern Financial Institution Alex Porcelli - RedHat
09:10AM
Session 09:10AM - 09:50AM The Rust Borrow Checker—A Deep Dive Nell Shamrell-Harrington - Microsoft
Session 09:10AM - 09:50AM How Do You Distribute Your Database Over Hundreds of Edge Locations? Erwin van der Koogh - Cloudfare
Session INTERVIEW AVAILABLE 09:10AM - 09:50AM Leverage Through Business Platforms Lucas Cavalcanti - Nubank
10:10AM
Session 10:10AM - 10:50AM Systems Programmers Can Have Nice Things Ryan Levick - Microsoft
Session 10:10AM - 10:50AM Beating the Speed of Light with Intelligent Request Routing Sergey Fedorov - Netflix
Session 10:10AM - 10:50AM Architecting a Modern Financial Institution Dio Rettori - JPMorgan Chase & Co
11:10AM
Session 11:10AM - 11:50AM Reversible Debugging with RR Felix Klock - Amazon Web Services
Session 11:10AM - 11:50AM How Facebook Is Bringing QUIC to Billions Matt Joras - Facebook
Yang Chi - Facebook
Session 11:10AM - 11:50AM Architecting a Modern Financial Institution Shannon Wu - IdentityReview
12:10PM
Session 12:10PM - 12:50PM System Level Programming Languages Panel Bryan Cantrill - Joyent
Session 12:10PM - 12:50PM API & Edge Computing Panel Jose Nino - Lyft
Session 12:10PM - 12:50PM Architecting a Modern Financial Institution Panel
01:10PM
01:10PM - 01:55PM Best Practices for Distributed API Management Karthik Krishnaswamy - NGINX
01:10PM - 01:55PM Data Has a Half-Life Neil Stevenson - Hazelcast
02:10PM
02:10PM - 02:55PM Apollo Federation Deep Dive - Building Your Data Graph with Workbench Michael Watson - ApolloGraphQL

Wed,
May
26

Wed,
May
26

EDT(local time)
TRACK Optimizing Your Organization for Speed Randy Shoup - eBay TRACK State of ML/AI Union Jendrik Jördening - Nooxit TRACK Mechanical Sympathy - Developing for Modern Hardware Todd Montgomery - StoneTor, LLC
09:10AM
Session 09:10AM - 09:50AM Business and Technical Agility with Team Topologies Matthew Skelton - Conflux
Manuel Pais
Session 09:10AM - 09:50AM Developing and Deploying ML Across Teams with MLOps Automation Tool Fabio Grätz - Merantix
Thomas Wollmann - MerantixLabs
Session 09:10AM - 09:50AM One Ring -3 To Secure Them All: Computing with Hardware Enclaves Aaron Bedra - DRW
10:10AM
Session 10:10AM - 10:50AM The Continuous Integration Approach to Engineering Leadership Lena Reinhard - CircleCI
Session 10:10AM - 10:50AM Unified MLOps: Feature Stores and Model Deployment Monte Zweben - Splice Machine
Session 10:10AM - 10:50AM Create From Anywhere: The Netflix Workstations Story Michelle Brenner - Netflix
11:10AM
Session 11:10AM - 11:50AM Engineering Your Organization: Platforms, Services, and Communities Randy Shoup - eBay
Session 11:10AM - 11:50AM MLOps: The Most Important Piece in the Enterprise AI Puzzle Francesca Lazzeri - Microsoft
Session 11:10AM - 11:50AM Beyond POSIX - Adventures in Alternative Networking APIs Michael Barker - Ephemeris Consulting Ltd
12:10PM
Session 12:10PM - 12:50PM Leading Organizational Change to Improve Flow Panel Sarah Wells - Financial Times
Sangeeta Narayanan - Netflix
Nick Caldwell - Twitter
Session 12:10PM - 12:50PM State of ML/AI Panel Monte Zweben - Splice Machine
Session 12:10PM - 12:50PM Mechanical Sympathy Panel Howard Chu - Symas Corp
01:10PM
01:10PM - 01:55PM DevOps & Software Delivery in a Global Pandemic Jeremy Meiss - CircleCI
01:10PM - 01:55PM Automation: The Next Generation Mandi Walls - PagerDuty
02:10PM
02:10PM - 02:55PM Exploring the Next Generation of Developers Sydney Lai - Outsystems
02:10PM - 02:55PM Making Machine Learning “Magically Work” for Diverse Datasets Karlo Zatylny - SolarWinds

Thu,
May
27

Thu,
May
27

EDT(local time)
TRACK Architecting for Resilience Dio Rettori - JPMorgan Chase & Co TRACK Modern Data Pipelines and Data Mesh Fabiane Nardon - Tail - Target TRACK Unconference Sessions
09:10AM
Session 09:10AM - 09:50AM Incident Analysis: Your Organization's Secret Weapon Nora Jones - Jeli
Session 09:10AM - 09:50AM Data Mesh in the Real World: Lessons Learnt From the Financial Markets Tareq Abedrabbo - CMC Markets
UNCONFERENCE 09:10AM - 10:40AM Microservices: Bring Your Challenges and Ideas Amr Elssamadisy - DevSquads
Using Open Space Technology
10:10AM
Session INTERVIEW AVAILABLE 10:10AM - 10:50AM Resilience in Supply Chain Security Dan Lorenc - Google
Session 10:10AM - 10:50AM Robust Foundation for Data Pipelines at Scale - Lessons From Netflix Jun He - Netflix
Harrington Joseph - Netflix
11:10AM
Session 11:10AM - 11:50AM Architecting for Resilience Varun Talwar - Tetrate
Session 11:10AM - 11:50AM Data Mesh: An Architectural Deep Dive Zhamak Dehghani
UNCONFERENCE 11:10AM - 12:40PM ML/AI: Bring Your Challenges and Ideas Amr Elssamadisy - DevSquads
Using Open Space Technology
12:10PM
Session 12:10PM - 12:50PM Architecting for Resilience Panel
Session 12:10PM - 12:50PM Data Pipelines & Data Mesh: Where We Are and How the Future Looks Like Zhamak Dehghani
Tareq Abedrabbo - CMC Markets
Jacek Laskowski
01:10PM
01:10PM - 01:55PM Finding Harmony: Resilient Systems and Compensatory Growth Jason Yee - Gremlin
01:10PM - 01:55PM Fast & Fresh: Why Modern Applications Need New Analytics Architecture Rachel Pedreschi - Imply
02:10PM
02:10PM - 02:55PM Using Generic Mitigations and Playbooks as Code to Improve Reliability Leonid Belkind - StackPulse
02:10PM - 02:55PM A Governed Data Mesh Needs (Open) Metadata Ferd Scheepers - ING