Saturday, June 30, 2007

More on Google Scalability Conference

The first Google Scalability Conference was held here in Seattle last weekend. Sadly, it was scheduled for the same weekend as Foo Camp, so I was not able to attend.

Fortunately, Microsoft blogger extraordinaire Dare Obasanjo made it to the conference and wrote up excellent and detailed notes on four of the talks:It looks like a very interesting conference. Sorry I missed it!

Supposedly, "all sessions will be available on YouTube and Google Video after the conference." So far, I was only able to find one talk there, "Building a Scalable Resource Management System for Grid Computing".

The others may show up on Google Video in a few days. If they do, I will update this post with links to them.

If you are interested in this conference, you might also be interested in a few ([1] [2] [3] [4] [5]) of my many older posts on large scale computing at Google that include links to other papers, presentations, and videos.

Update: Some other notes ([1] [2]) on the conference from Robin Harris at StorageMojo. [via Ewan Silver].

Update: Some more notes, this one from Fran├žois Schiettecatte.

Update: Torsten Curst posted notes as well and was particularly impressed with the Amazon talk. As Fran├žois Schiettecatte mentioned, a paper with at least some of the material from that talk, "Dynamo: Amazon's highly available key-value store", will be presented at the upcoming ACM Symposium on Operating System Principles.

Update: Dan Creswell has more details on the Amazon talk.

Update: Three more of the conference talks ([1] [2] [3]) are now available on Google Video.

Update: Two more of the conference talks ([1] [2]) on Google Video, including the one by Marissa Mayer.

Update: In a more recent post, "Google Scalability Conference talks available", I listed all the talks that are available to make it easier to watch them.

1 comment:

PetrolHead said...

Hoping you might find these worth adding to your list of references: