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Cloud Tech is the largest gathering of cloud technologists & engineers in the bay area. Our speakers include the top cloud computing entrepreneurs & experts.

Come join us Saturday, October 6th, from 9am to 6pm at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA for a full 8 hours of learning directly from great minds sharing their secrets!

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Special thanks to our sponsors who made this all possible. They are: CloudStack, Scalr, VMware, Rackspace, HP, DataStax, AWS, Canonical, Puppet, and General Catalyst.

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Saturday, October 6 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Keynote by Raymie Stata: Audit, Patch, and Bootstrap: a rubric for mitigating Murphy's Law

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Due to Murphy's law -- more technically: Byzantine failures -- maintaining replicated copies of state is the biggest challenge of building large-scale computer systems. In this talk, Raymie Stata will describe the rubric of "Audit, Patch, and Bootstrap," which he developed at Yahoo to help designers address Byzantine failures in a practical but effective manner.  He'll describe the approach first in the context of more conventional applications.  He'll then describe the approach in the context of systems he has worked on (both inside and outside of Yahoo) that drive IaaS infrastructures like AWS, where Byzantine failures are unfortunately common.


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Raymie Stata

Founder, VertiCloud
Raymie Stata is CEO of VertiCloud, a startup building a hosted Big Data platform for data-driven applications.  Stata comes to VertiCloud from Yahoo!, Inc., where he was most recently Chief Technical Officer. At Yahoo he worked on algorithmic search, display advertising, and cloud computing... Read More →


Saturday October 6, 2012 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Hahn Auditorium Computer History Museum

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