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Tuesday, October 27 • 11:15am - 11:55am
Paradigm Shift - Leveraging Private Cloud to Encourage Scale and Resiliency at the App Layer

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Moving from an era of vertical scaling and infrastructure resiliency to a world where reliability in the infrastructure is not assumed and application owners must start thinking about horizontal scaling and fault tolerance at higher layers can be challenging. A deep dive into what are the best practices for deploying distributed, scalable applications on cloud, where are the challenges and what solutions scale well.

Hear real world examples of how Comcast stood up an internal private cloud service leveraging OpenStack and Ceph. In less than 3 years the cloud is supporting over 500 internal customers including large scale, high performance applications such as our X1 platform and Residential Email.

A review of what architectures, tools and services work well for large scale stateless applications as well as how smaller apps tackle their deployments. Answers to where and how our apps securely manage state, store data, and plan for failure.

Speakers
avatar for Sri Basam

Sri Basam

Infrastructure Architect, Walmart
Sri is an infrastructure architect at Walmart.
avatar for Rick Melick

Rick Melick

Walmart Cloud Computing Platform (WC²P), Walmart Stores, Inc.
Accountable for building one of the world’s largest, private, OpenStack, production clouds at this Fortune #1 retailer -- 200,000+ cores. Software Engineering Manager for the team implementing Infrastructure as a Service (Elastic CaaS, STaaS, SDN) on OpenStack for Walmart. Associates are Active Technical Contributors to the OpenStack community. SDLC leveraging Agile/Scrum.
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Andrew Mitry

Distinguished Engineer, Walmart
Andrew Mitry is currently a cloud lead at Walmart. | | Andrew Mitry lead Comcast’s OpenStack team for the past three years where both the infrastructure and team have grown more than 500% in the past year. The team led Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) in OpenStack and ranked as a top 20 contributor with more than 36,000 lines of code.



Tuesday October 27, 2015 11:15am - 11:55am
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