SRECon19 AsiaPacific Recap

SRECon19 AsiaPacific Recap

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Takeshi Kondo

August 02, 2019
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    What is SRECon? https://www.usenix.org/srecon gathering of engineers who care deeply

    about site reliability, systems engineering, and working with complex distributed systems at scale
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    What kind of talks? • Main • Postmortem, Retrospective •

    SLO • Availability • Organization, Technical Leader, Onboarding • Monitoring, Observability • MLOps • Cloud Billing • Release Engineering • Design Doc • Stress Test, Capacity Planning • Microservices • Scale Database(Kafka, Cassandra) • gRPC • Core • Distributed Systems • Distributed File System • Security Control • Elasticrsearch • Python Global Interpreter Lock(GIL) • Distributed Consensus • Edge Computing • Networking, TCP, BGP • Memory Management • ARM64 • Java Garbage Collector • HBase
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    Let’s Join • SRECon19 EMEA 2–4 October, 2019, in Dublin,

    Ireland. • Proposals for talks due: May 21, 2019 • Lightning talks: Thursday, August 22, 2019 • SRECon20 Americas 24-26 March, 2020, Santa Clara • SRECon20 AP 15-17 June, 2020, in Sydney, Australia
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    Recap • Leading without Managing: Becoming an SRE Technical Leader

    / Todd Palino, LinkedIn • Cross Continent Infrastructure Scaling at Instagram / Sherry Xiao, Facebook
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    Leading without Managing: Becoming an SRE Technical Leader • Summery

    • Leadership is important but difficult to measure • Because human does not scale, leadership is an effective means to maximize the effect • Takeaways • Mentoring • Looking to the Outsize • Keep A Paper Trail • Impression • Important to influence and lead technically • Both for the organization, for the individual, both are worthwhile • Ability required for SRE
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    Leading without Managing: Becoming an SRE Technical Leader • Summery

    • Trade-offs for the reliability of data across continents • Takeaways • If you really care about latency and performance, Bring your data closer to a user • To make your service disaster resilience and be able to feel over, you should deploy to multiple regions • And you should partition data set to reduce replication, this will help you save a lot of storage space. • You can't have all you have to make trade offs • Impression • Large-scale cases are interesting
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    See also (Thanks @chokkoyamada ) • SREcon19 Asia/PacificࢀՃϝϞ: 1೔໨ •

    https://road288.hatenablog.com/entry/2019/06/13/085823 • SREcon19 Asia/PacificࢀՃϝϞ: 2೔໨ • https://road288.hatenablog.com/entry/2019/06/14/092009 • SREcon19 Asia/PacificࢀՃϝϞ: 3೔໨ • https://road288.hatenablog.com/entry/2019/06/16/011556
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    Summary • SRECon is a very interesting conference for us

    SRE. Let's participate • Almost all the SRECon talks are public. Does anyone learn from those talks together? • Let’s share our knowledge to world through the SRE Lounge
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    Thank You! chaspy chaspy_ / chaspy_en Site Reliability Engineer at

    Quipper Takeshi Kondo SRE Lounge Terraform-jp
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    “Okimochi” from the standpoint of the speaker • ւ֎ΧϯϑΝϨϯεͰ࿩͢ͱ͍͏͜ͱ •

    πφϫλϦϚΠϥΠϑ • https://blog.chaspy.me/entry/2019/06/12/120000 • ӳޠͰͷϓϨθϯΛ΍Γ͖Δͨͬͨ1ͭͷίπ • Quipper Product Team Blog • https://quipper.hatenablog.com/entry/2019/06/21/080000 • I write an English article • Answer the questions • Introduce the SRE Lounge • Thank those speakers
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    Thank You! chaspy chaspy_ / chaspy_en Site Reliability Engineer at

    Quipper Takeshi Kondo SRE Lounge Terraform-jp