Disney is one of the world’s largest media companies and home of some of the most respected and beloved brands around the globe. Utilizing the latest technology is an important strategic focus at Disney, allowing guests to better connect with Disney and allowing Disney to better connect with guests in innovative and delightful ways. Come hear how Disney’s SRE teams are providing magical experiences for developers and product teams by empowering self-service through automation and foundations built on best practices.
In Turris, we are making routers. They come with root account, open source firmware, security updates and repositories full of aditional open source software. Why? We think that it is the right way to do modern electronics - devices should be completelly under control of their users and secure. How hard it is? What are the advantages and disavantages of this approach for us - the makers of those routers? On the other hand, what does it bring our users apart from freedom? What interesting software do we integrate and what crazy stuff do people do with our router?
Many workloads are now run in a managed instance of MySQL or MariaDB now, fondly known as database as as service (DBaaS). How do you effectively manage and operate an instance of the database server that you don't normally have full access to? This talk will cover the manageability, observability, scalability, high availability and the security of your managed database instance. There will be a focus on Amazon RDS MySQL/MariaDB, Amazon Aurora RDS MySQL, Google Cloud SQL, Azure Database for MySQL/MariaDB, as well as Alibaba Cloud RDS MySQL.
A beautiful and powerful Linux computer manufactured in Denver, CO: Thelio. Integrated with Pop!_OS, a GNOME-based distro, this desktop features open-sourced materials inside and out. In this talk, we share the struggles of building an open computer and why open source hardware is important for an innovative future. In the end, we prove that you don’t have to compromise aesthetics, quality, and performance for freedom.
Global warming is a real world issue that is too complex for a single person to solve. Yet, the MEASUR energy efficient tool works for everyone from professionals to individuals. It is accessible in an open source environment and gives engineers the opportunity to improve environmental effects on the system, while house owners can take steps to save money & the Earth. User input information on energy usage systems such as pumping, heat insulation, fan & ventilation, and general energy usage. With MEASUR, everyone can make a difference in our environment one measure at a time.
Drew will be discussing the use of WiFi in OpenEmbedded builds. There are several packages available in the OpenEmbedded system that can handle WiFi credentials and examples will be provided showing how to configure them from a running system, as well as how to configure them during the bitbake build process. A Raspberry Pi 3 will be used as the example platform and additional topics such as adding kernel-firmware binaries will be discussed.
This session provides an example of Microsoft Access "Northwind Traders" Migration to the full stack JAVA-based CUBA Platform and PostgreSQL.
Convincing decision makers to migrate databases to an open source platform when they are already running proprietary software can be challenging. I will walk through a case study of a successful Microsoft (MS) Windows / SQL Server to Ubuntu / PostgreSQL migration that I have been part of as a consultant to the Energy Division (ED) at the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC). The CPUC ED is responsible to securely manage the data produced by their $1B per year investment in energy efficiency and demand side management.
The vast majority of data science exploration and experimentation occurs on data scientists’ laptops. Can you merge the speed and transparency of local development without giving up the power of distributed training and inference that a cloud provides? Absolutely. We will walk through deploying MiniKF, a production-ready, local Kubeflow deployment that installs within minutes, and understands how to downscale your infrastructure so you don't burn your laptop. Then, with just a few clicks, you will start to experiment, and run a complete Kubeflow Pipeline.
Model Training and Serving on Kubeflow deep-dive. This talk will discuss the architecture behind Kubeflow in the areas of model training and serving. It'll review Kubernetes CRDs (Custom Resource Definitions) in general, and specific Kubeflow CRDs involved in this process. Additionally, we'll cover how you can extend Kubeflow by defining your own training and serving components.