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Machine Learning and Big Data [clear filter]
Wednesday, June 14
 

11:00am

11:10am

State of Cloud Foundry on Google Cloud Platform [I] - Meaghan Kjelland, Google
Google has been working closely with the Cloud Foundry community with key contributions to the ecosystem to enable enterprises to run on the Google Cloud. Meaghan will talk about how far we’ve come since the first release of the BOSH Google CPI and where we plan on going next. She’ll cover recent updates to the GCP Service Broker that bring the power of Google’s data and machine learning services to the Cloud Foundry marketplace as well as the General Availability of the Stackdriver Nozzle for logging and monitoring your applications and infrastructure. 

Speakers
avatar for Meaghan Kjelland

Meaghan Kjelland

Software Engineer, Google
Meaghan is a software engineer on the GKE cluster lifecycle team at Google. She is currently working on building tools that make it easy to manage the lifecycle of a Kubernetes cluster in on-premise environments. Before joining the GKE team, she worked on another team at Google building... Read More →



Wednesday June 14, 2017 11:10am - 11:40am
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11:50am

Source of Truth: Auto-Populating Your G-Suite Users and Permissions in Cloud Foundry [I] - Colleen Briant, Google
Managing your GSuite and Cloud Foundry users has never been so easy! With the development of a new integration from Google, GSuite users and their permissions are automatically propagated to your Cloud Foundry foundation. This talk will show you how to integrate your GSuite users and groups into your Cloud Foundry auth and permissions structure, including best practices for using LDAP groups and SSO.

Speakers
avatar for Colleen Briant

Colleen Briant

Software Engineer, Google
Colleen is a Software Engineer at Google. She keeps Cloud Foundry developers and operators on the cutting edge of Google Services with the GCP Service Broker and other open source integrations. She has previously spoken at CF Summit Europe 2016 and CF Summit Santa Clara 2017.



Wednesday June 14, 2017 11:50am - 12:20pm
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12:30pm

Ops in the Time of Serverless Containerized Webscale - Bridget Kromhout, Pivotal
Living #opslife makes us keenly aware of the cavernous gap between lofty ideals and 3am reality. In a perfect world, everyone would be devopsing sans effort. In the real world, sharing operational responsibility is not as easy as giving developers production access, adding them to an oncall rotation, and saying “good luck! have fun!”

When incentives mean a feature team is concerned primarily with shipping and not operability, while site reliability is someone else’s concern, conflict results. We build in graceful degradation for decentralized systems but often neglect the (just-as-essential) human interactions. As the fractal complexity of our distributed systems grows, we need mindful practices that work with our tooling and effective tools that reinforce our desired culture.

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Wednesday June 14, 2017 12:30pm - 1:00pm
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2:25pm

Analyzing Pets and Live Debugging: Using Google's Machine Learning APIs and Stackdriver Debugger [I] - Colleen Briant, Google
Learn how to use Google’s industry-leading machine learning technology and live debug production applications in one fell swoop! In this session we’ll explore some of the different apis and options that Google has for your machine learning needs, and then live demo using these apis and debugging a production application using the Stackdriver Debugger integration in the Java buildpack for Cloud Foundry.

Speakers
avatar for Colleen Briant

Colleen Briant

Software Engineer, Google
Colleen is a Software Engineer at Google. She keeps Cloud Foundry developers and operators on the cutting edge of Google Services with the GCP Service Broker and other open source integrations. She has previously spoken at CF Summit Europe 2016 and CF Summit Santa Clara 2017.



Wednesday June 14, 2017 2:25pm - 2:55pm
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3:05pm

Monitoring Cloud Foundry Infrastructure and Applications with Stackdriver and BigQuery [I] - Jeff Johnson, Google
Create a single pane of glass for your Cloud Foundry deployment, search through application logs, and be alerted on errors with Stackdriver Logging and Monitoring. This talk will look at the open source Stackdriver Nozzle developed by Google and Pivotal and walk through useful features for operators and developers alike including the ability to stream logs into Stackdriver.

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Johnson

Jeff Johnson

Software Engineer, Google
Jeff is a Software Engineer at Google with experience building on-premise Kubernetes distributions and is now part of the GKE Cluster Lifecycle Team, building life-cycle management and monitoring tools for cluster add-ons. His focus area is networking and application reliability with... Read More →


Wednesday June 14, 2017 3:05pm - 3:35pm
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3:45pm

Build an Application at Google Scale with Spanner, Cloud Foundry, and Google Cloud Platform [I] - Jeff Johnson, Google
Google runs on Spanner, the global scale database that allows our product teams to focus on building incredible products and our infrastructure teams to focus on delivering database that's consistent, highly-available (5 9's), and tolerant to network partitions. This innovation is now in your Cloud Foundry marketplace as Google Cloud Spanner through the GCP Service Broker. Join Google Engineers as they build a ticketing application on Cloud Foundry and see how simple it is push to data centers across the world and achieve Google scale without handling replication, sharding, network splits, or the rest of long tail of problems that comes with managing state across the planet.

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Johnson

Jeff Johnson

Software Engineer, Google
Jeff is a Software Engineer at Google with experience building on-premise Kubernetes distributions and is now part of the GKE Cluster Lifecycle Team, building life-cycle management and monitoring tools for cluster add-ons. His focus area is networking and application reliability with... Read More →


Wednesday June 14, 2017 3:45pm - 4:15pm
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4:45pm

Using BOSH to Deploy Concourse onto Google Cloud Platform [B] - Cameron Stewart, Pivotal
In this session, developers will learn how to use Concourse as the tool to automating their path to production. Take a look at how to deploy Concourse to Google Cloud Platform using BOSH while understanding how BOSH manages large-scale distributed systems.

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Cameron Stewart

Pivotal
Cameron comes from a full-stack developer background which makes her fiercely passionate about all things cloud-native, 12 factor and agile. As part of the Global Ecosystem team at Pivotal, Cameron works with a variety of partners to help bring cloud-native solutions to joint customers... Read More →


Wednesday June 14, 2017 4:45pm - 5:15pm
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5:25pm

A Tale of Two Giants: Bosh-ifying Microsoft SQL Server to run on Pivotal Cloud Foundry on GCP - Mallika Iyer, Pivotal
Pivotal has been working closely with Microsoft SQL Server and Google Cloud Platform to broaden the Cloud Foundry ecosystem. This session covers our experience with Bosh-ifying SQL Server for Pivotal Cloud Foundry running on Google Cloud Platform. I will cover what is available in this experimental version, challenges and possible next steps for the integration.

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Mallika Iyer

Pivotal
Mallika Iyer is a Principal Software Engineer @ Pivotal, and spends a lot of time building Bosh-managed services on that run on Pivotal Cloud Foundry. She is a cloud architect and has an extensive background in NoSQL and Large-Scale Search, and has worked with Fortune 100 and Fortune... Read More →


Wednesday June 14, 2017 5:25pm - 5:55pm
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Thursday, June 15
 

11:30am

Bringing Google Customer Reliability Engineering to Cloud Foundry - Luke Stone, Google & Andrew Clay Shafer, Pivotal
Toward the end of 2016, Google announced Customer Reliability Engineering (CRE), an outward-facing branch of Site Reliability Engineers (SRE) to help bring Google-class operational excellence to customer applications running on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). GCP customers who are in the CRE program adhere to the principles and practices of SRE, starting with a joint review of application reliability that brings the same rigor Google applies to internal services.

Pivotal and Google Cloud are currently working through a CRE review to bring Pivotal Cloud Foundry into the CRE program. This session will give an overview of the work being done together and the benefits to be had for customers running PCF on GCP.

Pivotal Cloud Foundry is the first third-party platform GCP has collaborated with for CRE support, and together the goal is to have shared customers meet their service level objectives reliably, without anxiety, and without extraordinary effort.

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avatar for Andrew Clay Shafer

Andrew Clay Shafer

Pivotal
Andrew Clay Shafer has built a career helping people improve technology and processes for delivering software services. As a co-founder of Puppet Labs, he evangelized DevOps practices and tools before DevOps was a word. He got first hand experience implementing and operating cloud... Read More →
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Luke Stone

Luke is defining the customer experience of Google’s new Customer Reliability Engineering (CRE) team. When he joined Google in 2002 he was the first technical support engineer for AdSense. He ran software engineering teams and started building on Google App Engine in 2009. Recently... Read More →


Thursday June 15, 2017 11:30am - 12:00pm
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12:10pm

Disaster Recovery from Day 1 for every system with SHIELD - Dr Nic Williams, Stark & Wayne
BOSH and GCP make it incredibly easy to bring up vast arrays of production systems - Cloud Foundry, Kubo, monitoring systems, data services, and more. Unfortunately, you might not have a homogenous way to immediately commence backups of all data on all systems. A system is only a "production system" when operators know how to restore it after a disaster.

Fortunately, SHIELD is an open source standalone system that can perform backup and restore functions for a wide variety of pluggable data systems. SHIELD can be deployed with BOSH, and integrated to backup/restore both BOSH deployments and BOSH director itself. It has also been integrated with various Chef Habitat plans to provide backup/restore out of the box.

One of the pluggable storage systems is GCP's own object store.

Speakers
avatar for Dr Nic Williams

Dr Nic Williams

CEO, Stark & Wayne
User and evangelist of Cloud Foundry, Kubernetes, Concourse CI, and BOSH. Author of books Concourse Tutorial and Ultimate Guide to BOSH. Awarded Cloud Foundry Champion 2018. CEO of Stark & Wayne.


Thursday June 15, 2017 12:10pm - 12:40pm
Theater