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Wednesday, November 16 • 3:00pm - 3:55pm
[SLIDES]Peter Mounce @petemounce - Windows at Scale

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Windows has a reputation for being harder than it needs to be to run at scale.
This isn't as true as it once was.
This talk is about how one Windows platform went from being deployed a few times a year, to hundreds a year. Falling over at 2 orders a minute, to laughing at 2k/min. Monitoring by remoting onto machines into perfmon, to automated alerts from a central authority. Chewing days of engineering time on debugging machines to keep them limping onward, to gleefully shooting machines in the head on stage knowing the fresh ones would come back inside 20 minutes.
The talk will describe what worked and what didn't, from a high level. Questions are welcome throughout for more detail!

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Peter Mounce

BUILD & RELEASE ENGINEER at IMPROBABLE, IMPROBABLE
I enjoy spending time making teams ship faster, better, more productively. Whether that's automating build, deployment, infrastructure or data, I like the engines to hum. Software plumbing - removing the gunk from the pipelines in a multitude of ways. Caring for and feeding the developer experience, which makes for unfrustrated engineers. Most recently, I'm doing this full-time at Improbable, where we're creating worlds. | Before that I have... Read More →


Wednesday November 16, 2016 3:00pm - 3:55pm
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