SF Bay Area Large-Scale Production Engineering

Meet with other engineers responsible for the reliability, scalability and efficient operation of large scale systems. Sessions will typically involve a free technical presentation and open forum to ask questions. Target Audience: Engineers & Sys Admin's who are interested in topics such as scalability, monitoring, troubleshooting, solving tough web operations issues, Unix/Linux, LAMP and automation. See a video introduction to the group here: http://bit.ly/c59MWE

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Past events

  • #lspe meetup

    Fri, 21 Oct 2011, 01:00 - 03:00 in Sunnyvale, United States

    Agenda will be up shortlyPlease reach out to Chris Westin if you are interested in presenting at a future meetup.

  • DevOps

    Tue, 20 Sep 2011, 01:00 - 03:00 in Sunnyvale, United States

    Pizza, beer, and mingling"The DevOps Cookbook: Codifying Kick-Ass Business Performance that Matters"Gene Kim, President, Visible IT Flow"Operations is a Strategic Weapon: Are You Ready to Compete?"Damon Edwards, President, DTO SolutionsAfter all the heavy technical topics we've had in the last few months, I thought we'd take a break from that and cover some cultural topics instead.

  • #lspe meetup

    Fri, 17 Jun 2011, 01:00 - 03:00 in Sunnyvale, United States

    Agenda will be up shortlyPlease reach out to Chris Westin if you are interested in presenting at a future meetup.

  • #lspe meetup

    Fri, 27 May 2011, 01:00 - 03:00 in Sunnyvale, United States

    Agenda will be up shortlyPlease reach out to Chris Westin if you are interested in presenting at a future meetup.

  • App Engines

    Fri, 22 Apr 2011, 01:00 - 03:00 in Sunnyvale, United States

    "App Engines," also known as "Application Containers," promise to simplify application development and deployment by managing load balancing and horizontal scaling for you. This is often accompanied by some limitations in what your application can do. In exchange for that, you get a stable environment that is kept up-to-date for you, and you are relieved from having to provision and monitor the system. Examples include the Google App Engine, the Yahoo!

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