Scalable Meatfrastructure: Building Stable DevOps Teams

A session at LISA15

Wednesday 11th November, 2015

2:00pm to 2:45pm (EST)

When we think of scalable infrastructure, we think of technologies such as AWS, Kafka, or Mesos. But to operate these shiny things, you need people. Organized and resilient people.

You wouldn’t rollout containerization while your app has a memory leak, so you shouldn’t expand your DevOps team without addressing the leaks in your day-to-day communication and processes. Come learn some of the steps necessary to make your most important platform--your engineers--stable and successful.

Alice Goldfuss is a Site Reliability Engineer at New Relic, where she spends her days wading through containers, comforting servers, and performing dark sacrifices to the network tier. You can find her on Twitter (@alicegoldfuss) ranting about feminism and posting pictures of spiders.

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Alice Goldfuss

DevOps Imperator

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Time 2:00pm2:45pm EST

Date Wed 11th November 2015


Thurgood Marshall West, Washington Marriott Wardman Park

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