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Wednesday, August 29 • 14:00 - 17:30
SRE Classroom, Or, How to Design a Distributed System in 3 Hours FULL

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This workshop ties together academic and practical aspects of systems engineering, with an emphasis on applying principles of systems design to a production service. We will analyze the service to quantify its performance, and iteratively improve the design. Participants will work together in small groups to sketch out the design, identify components and their relationships, and to assess the suitability of the design to the system’s Service Level Objective (SLO).


Participants will have a system design and bill of materials at the conclusion of this workshop.


Participants will not need laptops or specific coding experience; participants will need enthusiasm for collaborating in small groups, and for discussion-based problem-solving. Participants will come away with an understanding of the principles of iterative systems engineering, popularly known as “Non-abstract large systems design.”


This workshop covers material critical for SRE, an increasingly-broad field that combines software engineering and systems design.

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Fabian Geisberger

Google
Fabian is a Site Reliability Engineer at Google in New York, where he currently works on monitoring systems. He previously worked on the Ganeti SRE team, the Production Monitoring team, and several other Google services. Fabian received a Masters (Diploma) in Computer Science from... Read More →
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Salim Virji

Google LLC
Salim Virji is a Site Reliability Engineer at Google, where he has worked on distributed compute, consensus, and storage systems.


Wednesday August 29, 2018 14:00 - 17:30
4 - Leibniz Room

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