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The European Tech Conference on Scalability, Distributed Systems & DevOps

June 1, 2018 • Paris, France

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Full speaker lineup!

Paul Dix

Paul Dix

Paul is the creator of InfluxDB, one of the top open-source time series databases. He has been organizing the NYC Machine Learning Meetup since 2009.

Jeremy Edberg

Jeremy Edberg

Jeremy was the first employee of Reddit, became its Chief Architect and then went on to be a founding member of the SRE team at Netflix. He just created his own company, MinOps.

Marc Shapiro

Marc Shapiro

Marc has been working on distributed systems since his PhD in 1981. He invented the proxy and co-invented CRDTs. His current focus is replicating data at very large scale, all the way to the edge.

Willy Tarreau

Willy Tarreau

Willy is the creator of HAProxy. He is a member of the Linux kernel security team and the IETF HTTP working group. He has been the maintainer of the Linux kernel 2.4 since 2006.

Preeti Vaidya

Preeti Vaidya

Preeti is a Data Scientist/Engineer at Viacom's Data Strategy HQ. She leads Analytic Process Simplification, and applies novel computing technologies to data product development.

David Gageot

David Gageot

David is a Developer Advocate at Google Cloud. Previously, he helped open the R&D office of Docker in Paris and was the CTO of Algodeal, Valtech and Adesoft.

Bridget Kromhout

Bridget Kromhout

Bridget is a Principal Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft. In addition to co-hosting the Arrested DevOps podcast, she leads the devopsdays organization globally and the devops community in Minneapolis.

Yaroslav Tkachenko

Yaroslav Tkachenko

Yaroslav is a Senior Data Engineer at Activision working on data pipelines for Call of Duty games. He previously held various engineering leadership roles at Mobify and Bench.

Julio Faerman

Julio Faerman

Julio is a software engineer and educator at AWS. Before that, he founded Craftware and worked at Red Hat, Borland and large organizations in government and telecommunications.

Some topics you may hear about this year:

Containers, Service meshes, Timeseries databases, Infrastructure management, Edge computing, Graph processing, DevOps, Observability at scale, Data pipelines, Backend architecture, Cloud hardware, Query languages

We also have great speakers at dotAI on May 31st

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