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Velocity Conference New York 2014: Video Compilation

      • Myths of Control - Justin Arbuckle  (Free)

        Everyday, companies are attempting to manage the delivery of software to their customers. Whereas this used to be a fairly deterministic process with clear boundaries between functions and processes, we have all learned that a less silo'd and more iterative approach yields better design and better performance in the wild. But how to control this kind of approach--or more importantly, should you?
      • 00:16:15

      • Are You Ready to Deal with Disaster? - Mehdi Daoudi  (Free)

        When it comes to the internet, preparation is the key to avoiding total destruction. Join Mehdi Daoudi, CEO and Co-founder of Catchpoint Systems, to learn how you can build a company culture that is ready for the inevitable IT disaster and how to emerge from the rubble stronger than ever.
      • 00:09:53

      • Virtualization Application Dependencies for Better Performance - Shane Evans  (Free)

        Application performance isn’t just about the front-end, but the optimization of the front-end and the back-end. Developing one without the other is a sure fire way to fail and users won’t always wait for version 2.0. Hear about methods for developing, testing and optimizing application performance when many of the components that contribute to poor performance are outside of our control.
      • 00:11:06

      • By People, For People - Tim O'Reilly

        The failure of healthcare.gov was a textbook DevOps (or rather, lack of DevOps) case study. But it's part of a wider pattern that reminds us that people should be at the heart of everything we build. In fact, getting the "people" part right is the key both to DevOps and great user experience design.
      • 00:10:02

      • A Rant on Complexity and Stock Markets - Zoran Perkov

        The last decade has seen an investment by all market participants in technology at an unprecedented pace as evidenced by the ability to interact with thousands of order type combinations at speeds and capacity volumes enabled by the latest technology innovations. This is a testament to our ability to be able to adapt to change and implement solutions that amplify intentions of market participants.
      • 00:14:50

      • Soccer (or Football) and IT Organizations - John Yi

        Can IT organizations learn something from the world of soccer? In this talk I'll briefly describe some ideas about why the US Men's soccer team doesn't dominate and how they are changing this. We'll quickly explore how IT organizations can learn from what the USMNT are doing to change this.
      • 00:03:55

    • Performance

      The Performance track explores Javascript, TCP, HTTP, frameworks, optimizing databases, performance’s impact on the bottom line, new measurement developments, and more.
    • 13:26:03

      • Deploying and Using WebPagetest Private Instances - Patrick Meenan - Part 1

        Did you know you can deploy your own WebPagetest instances for your own testing needs? We will walk through the process of deploying a private instance using dedicated hardware, cloud resources and mobile devices, and demonstrate some of the exciting uses once you have your own instance to use/abuse.
      • 00:46:02

      • Deploying and Using WebPagetest Private Instances - Patrick Meenan - Part 2

        Did you know you can deploy your own WebPagetest instances for your own testing needs? We will walk through the process of deploying a private instance using dedicated hardware, cloud resources and mobile devices, and demonstrate some of the exciting uses once you have your own instance to use/abuse.
      • 00:43:12

      • W3C Web Performance APIs in Practice - Alois Reitbauer - Part 1

        The W3C Web Performance group has developed a set of specifications to make performance measurement easier and also allow to build better performance-aware applications. This session provides detailed insight into the specifications and gives hands-on insight into how to use them to build better and faster web applications.
      • 00:34:32

      • W3C Web Performance APIs in Practice - Alois Reitbauer - Part 2

        The W3C Web Performance group has developed a set of specifications to make performance measurement easier and also allow to build better performance-aware applications. This session provides detailed insight into the specifications and gives hands-on insight into how to use them to build better and faster web applications.
      • 00:41:15

      • Obnoxiously Slow Endpoints - Nicole Sullivan

        In service oriented applications, you interact with endpoints you don't directly control. They can be fast or slow, reliable or unreliable. On a recent project, we interacted with an endpoint that took 12 hops to get a response back. Six out, and six back. In this session, Nicole will describe the journey her team took to craft a solid user experience in spite of these constraints.
      • 00:43:50

      • The Surprising Path to a Faster NYTimes.com - Eitan Konigsburg

        The New York Times underwent a major redesign that put performance at the heart of the project. We were surprised by which changes led to some of our biggest performance gains. Come hear the behind-the-scenes story of how NYTimes.com achieved a dramatic speed increase.
      • 00:39:45

      • Progressive Image Rendering: Good or Evil? - Tammy Everts and Kent Alstad

        Everyone has strong opinions about progressive images. Some believe that progressive images improve performance by showing the user something while they look at the screen. But others believe that progressive images increase user frustration. We took these assumptions to the lab to see if we could definitively answer the question: do progressive images deliver a better or worse user experience?
      • 00:40:36

      • Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Preloader? - Yoav Weiss

        The preloader is an essential performance optimization mechanism that exists across all modern browsers, yet it remains a mystery to many Web developers. In this session, we will explain what the preloader is, what it does, what developers need to know about it, and what the future may hold for it.
      • 00:38:53

      • A Better Waterfall Chart - Mark Zeman

        To date waterfall charts have been a mainstay in visualizing web performance. Mark Zeman will explore the strengths and weaknesses of various types of charts and present new visualizations that add depth, animation, and interaction to reveal performance bottlenecks and insights at both a holistic and detailed level.
      • 00:34:13

      • Service Workers: Offline Now(ish)! - Alex Russell

        HTML Service Workers present new opportunities - and challenges - for mobile and offline application development on the web by offering the equivalent of a programmable client-side proxy for network traffic from your application. Come learn the ups, downs, and potential gotchas involved in making offline-first and mobile-first web apps a reality.
      • 00:39:39

      • Third Party Footprint: Evaluating the Performance of External Scripts - Barbara Bermes

        Many websites include widgets such as ads, social plugins, or analytics controlled by third party providers. This talk will present best practices & tools on how to sandbox these scripts & measure their performance. After this session, the audience will be equipped to ask the right questions when choosing third party providers, and be armed with guidelines on how to integrate these snippets best.
      • 00:37:51

      • How The Huffington Post Stays Just Fast Enough - Mike Adler

        The paradox of the modern news site is that while ads and partnerships are the primary source of revenue, they are also the biggest source of performance problems. The Huffington Post engineers are frequently battling with the impact of third-party content which they do not control. How can an engineering organization quantitatively assess the risks of third party content?
      • 00:34:12

      • The Physics of Fast Graphics - Tobin Titus

        Performance experts have championed best practices for images in an attempt to reduce the strain on your network. However, in the world of diverse mobile devices, graphics are affected by far more than just network utilization. This session explains physical limitations in the CPU, GPU, and Memory as well as tradeoffs to help you unlock your best performance.
      • 00:42:13

      • Making HTTP/2 Operable and Performant - Mark Nottingham

        HTTP/2 support is emerging in browsers and clients after two years of work in the IETF and informed by even more experience with SPDY. While the new protocol is a drop-in replacement for HTTP/1, getting the most out of it takes understanding, planning, and effort. This talk explains how HTTP/2 affects ops, the situations it can help performance in, and what the community learned from deploying it.
      • 00:41:32

      • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the HTTP Archive - Robin Osborne and Dean Hume

        The Http Archive contains a wealth of data that is only just beginning to be explored. In this presentation, we will show a selection of poor performing sites which could be transformed by making one simple change to their page performance, as well as highlighting some lesser known “unsung stars” of the web development world and showcasing the performance techniques that they use.
      • 00:31:44

    • Operations

      This track covers building resilience into applications and infrastructure, operations escalation and outage handling patterns, BYOD, networking, security, metrics and monitoring, hybrid cloud implementations, and more.
    • 13:11:12

      • Scalable Infrastructure with Apache Mesos, Marathon, and Docker - Tobi Knaup - Part 1

        Devops everywhere spend countless hours building custom scale-out architectures for web apps. Marathon is a new framework built on Apache Mesos that simplifies and automates operations, and provides a simple self-serve interface for developers to launch their apps or Docker containers on a shared cluster in a scalable and fault-tolerant way.
      • 00:47:23

      • Scalable Infrastructure with Apache Mesos, Marathon, and Docker - Tobi Knaup - Part 2

        Devops everywhere spend countless hours building custom scale-out architectures for web apps. Marathon is a new framework built on Apache Mesos that simplifies and automates operations, and provides a simple self-serve interface for developers to launch their apps or Docker containers on a shared cluster in a scalable and fault-tolerant way.
      • 00:40:48

      • A Practical Guide to Systems Testing - Doug Small

        A system is not a server. A system is the complete set of technology used to deliver your product to the customer, yet systems are rarely tested or validated as a complete technology stack. This is our story on how we implement the fundamentals of Systems Testing for Turbotax Online with some real world practical examples.
      • 00:39:58

      • Infrastructure as Code in Government - Anna Shipman

        As fans of infrastructure as code, we wanted reliable tools to automate creation and configuration of machines and networks for GOV.UK and other projects. However, as the UK Government, we were limited in our suppliers, and the tools we wanted didn't exist. So we built them. This talk will cover the challenges and successes of doing modern infrastructure engineering in a traditional environment.
      • 00:32:57

      • It's 3AM, Do You Know Why You Got Paged? - Ryan Frantz

        When it’s three in the morning, it’s hard enough waking up, let alone getting your brain in gear to fix problems. Computers should provide us with additional context around an alert, so that we can resolve issues faster and get back to sleep. This presentation discusses how to contextualize alerts automatically, so that engineers can address issues faster and get back to what they were doing.
      • 00:38:44

      • Moving VividCortex to the Log-Backed Infrastructure - John Berryman and Baron Schwartz

        The Log infrastructure as introduced by Jay Kreps is becoming a popular blueprint for architecting a Big Data infrastructure. By it's nature, a Log-centered infrastructure is simpler and more robust to failures and spikey, high-volume loading. This talk will cover VividCortex's transition from more traditional API-based infrastructure to a Kafka Log-backed infrastructure.
      • 00:40:25

      • Handling The Rush - Brian Nuszkowski

        Congratulations! Your site has just gone big. Depending on how thorough you’ve been with load testing, you may or may not be celebrating this impending flood of user traffic. This talk will elaborate on the topic of load testing, defining what a load testing strategy should look like, and elaborate on several of its components.
      • 00:30:52

      • Alice In Wonderland - Is the Network the Next Frontier for DevOps? - John Willis

        An exploration of Devops and the Network. Software Defined Networks (SDN) is all the buzz, but the reality is that many network operations and engineering groups are dealing with an influx of highly virtualized tooling like OpenVswitch and Openflow and projects like OpenDaylight, Contrail, and NSX. Please join John to help him start the discussion of what DevOps in the Network really means.
      • 00:40:57

      • Automated Hardware Provisioning in the Real-world - Sean Kane

        Today everyone is talking about the cloud, but frequently raw computing power and hardware is ideal. This talk covers how we made hardware deployments a breeze at New Relic. We will dive into the protocols, tools and code that enable hardware provisioning and management, explain how they all fit together, and uncover gotchas and lesson learned.
      • 00:28:36

      • Deploying on the Edge - Rob Peters

        Verizon EdgeCast’s edge network provides global delivery for dynamic applications, websites, mobile apps, live and on-demand streams, large-file downloads, and more. Building and deploying the http server software that delivers this traffic carries some unique challenges, which we address with a combination of new and old best practices along with lessons from our own experiences.
      • 00:39:05

      • API Benchmarks - Why it's Important, and How - Matteo Figus

        In a service oriented architecture is important to know how our APIs react on high volumes of traffic, in order to learn about their limits and keep under control how they perform. During this talk I'll explain why it is so important and how easy is to do it with some open-source node.js tools.
      • 00:41:24

    • Culture & Organizational Change

      Learn about DevOps at scale (e.g. in large organizations), building resilient teams and managing change, diversity, and navigating compliance-heavy environments while still remaining true to your organizational culture.
    • 09:09:38

      • Time Management for Busy Devs and Ops - Tom Limoncelli - Part 1

        Devs and Ops engineers have a time management problem. There are too many projects, interruptions, and distractions. We forget stuff. Tom will present techniques for zapping interruptions so you have more time for projects, prioritization techniques so the projects you do work on have the most impact, plus the easiest, most effective way to juggle all your tasks without dropping any.
      • 00:44:39

      • Time Management for Busy Devs and Ops - Tom Limoncelli - Part 2

        Devs and Ops engineers have a time management problem. There are too many projects, interruptions, and distractions. We forget stuff. Tom will present techniques for zapping interruptions so you have more time for projects, prioritization techniques so the projects you do work on have the most impact, plus the easiest, most effective way to juggle all your tasks without dropping any.
      • 00:45:21

      • Continuous Delusions: The Hard Truth about C.D. - Avishai Ish-Shalom

        Lately it seems that whatever conference you attend everyone is talking about Continuous Delivery: tools, success stories, services, books...you name it. To some people, it seems that DevOps is about Continuous Delivery; but is this really the case? How come CD is such a prominent term? And what is it really about? This talk will try to give a different viewpoint of CD.
      • 00:31:41

      • DevOps and the Intentionally Emergent Enterprise - Jim Stogdill

        DevOps is making its way into the corporate enterprise, but it doesn't exist in isolation. It's an enabler. Smart enterprises are using the tech and methods of the web to make the transition from command and control to a more emergent act and adapt model.
      • 00:39:58

      • Minimum Viable Services for UK Taxpayers - Kalbir Sohi

        How do you get a large government organisation to take the approach of developing infrastructure and services by testing hypotheses rather than trying to have all the answers up front? I'll talk through some examples of where we have and have not made this work in the UK government's tax department.
      • 00:38:44

      • Real World DevOps - Rodrigo Campos

        DevOps is catching the attention of companies of all sizes, but how can it be realistically applied to any kind of corporation? This talk will show the audience how Walmart.com Operations team in Brazil evolved from a single DevOps team to a complete shift in the corporate culture that has spread through operations, engineering, and even the business units.
      • 00:40:19

      • The Power of Conflict - Nikolas Katsimpras

        Innovative, brilliant products require breaking down organizational silos, which creates conflict. The word “conflict” may include cultural or lingual connotations of violence and destruction, however truth is that once we harness its energy, and steer it in a productive manner, we can completely transform our collective efficiency. Success is all about harnessing the power of conflict.
      • 00:38:53

      • Using Promise Theory to Improve Digital Service Quality - Jeff Sussna

        Promise Theory is a formal model for describing complex distributed systems. It can also be used to describe socio-technical systems such as DevOps or even entire digital service organizations. This session will demonstrate Promise Theory’s ability to improve service quality by helping us increase empathy and better understand certainty and uncertainty in the systems we manage.
      • 00:36:27

      • "DevOps" in a Post-DevOps World - J. Paul Reed

        Is 2014 the year "DevOps" jumps the shark? And if not, what made it "pop" within our industry in the first place? This talk examines what "DevOps" looks like in a post-DevOps world and what we should focus on, personally and organizationally, to be prepared for it.
      • 00:35:14

      • Creating a Culture of Quality: How to Sell Web Performance to Your Organization - Mehdi Daoudi

        If performance is an afterthought, that’s what your business will become to customers. Fast and reliable websites make for happy users, repeat business, and market share, but they’re not built overnight and the work is never complete. Learn how Ops, Devs, DevOps, and Designers must synchronize to create the "culture of quality performance" needed to build and maintain top performing sites.
      • 00:39:53

      • DevOps Hidden Ally - UX - Stephen Fishman

        This session will cover the similar underlying philosophies of the DevOps and User Experience movements, and how the recent DevOps awakening in the industry at large just might heal the rift between design/UX and enterprise IT.
      • 00:36:23

      • Change is not a Four-Letter Word - Kimberly Blessing

        Innovative engineers and technical leaders are always championing organizational change, sometimes to the chagrin of those who like the status quo. How do you ensure success without pissing people off? By attending this session to learn how change spreads, what triggers those emotional roadblocks, and the influencing factors you must address to build an audience of receptive change agents.
      • 00:40:24

      • Engineering-Inspired Organizational Change - Jay Compton

        Engineering principles can apply across the spectrum of technology, from development to operations, or even design and product management. Devops can be scaled to a large organization with the right engineering team, supporting experimentation, and rapid deployment in highly regulated industries. This focus on full-stack engineering also supports a high degree of adaptability in times of change.
      • 00:40:08

    • Mobile

      In the Mobile track, you’ll dive deep into network details, responsive design speed ups, rendering path improvements, video/image reduction techniques, monitoring, testing, and beyond.
    • 11:20:12

      • Extreme Web Performance for Mobile Devices - Maximiliano Firtman - Part 1

        The mobile web space moves really fast and every year the whole ecosystem changes. But one thing remains unchanged: the need for extreme performance. If you have a mobile site, a responsive web, or you are about to create one, this tutorial will give you the techniques to measure and improve the performance after understanding the mobile web world today and testing on your own mobile device.
      • 00:41:15

      • Extreme Web Performance for Mobile Devices - Maximiliano Firtman - Part 2

        The mobile web space moves really fast and every year the whole ecosystem changes. But one thing remains unchanged: the need for extreme performance. If you have a mobile site, a responsive web, or you are about to create one, this tutorial will give you the techniques to measure and improve the performance after understanding the mobile web world today and testing on your own mobile device.
      • 00:48:52

      • Responsive & Fast: Iterating Live on Modern RWD Sites - Colin Bendell

        This workshop will show how we can take a Responsive site and by making key changes improve the performance for different screens resolutions, network conditions, and devices. We will take a “naïve” RWD site, transform it, and make it fast using commonly available tools and techniques before your very eyes.
      • 00:59:29

      • Building a Device Lab - Lara Hogan and Destiny Montague - Part 1

        Learn how to build a device lab as a product for your coworkers to test their work on a spectrum of operating systems and versions. We’ll cover how to choose devices, organization and cabling, power supply troubleshooting, and tips for getting your users to use the lab considerately.
      • 00:40:10

      • Building a Device Lab - Lara Hogan and Destiny Montague - Part 2

        Learn how to build a device lab as a product for your coworkers to test their work on a spectrum of operating systems and versions. We’ll cover how to choose devices, organization and cabling, power supply troubleshooting, and tips for getting your users to use the lab considerately.
      • 00:49:00

      • Reaching Everyone - Tim Kadlec

        Mobile use continues to increase at an incredible rate with much of that growth coming from emerging economies dominated by slow, intermittent connectivity and low-end devices. We'll talk about the lessons learned trying to build a high-performant responsive site for Radio Free Europe that can reach them all.
      • 00:36:14

      • Optimizing Your App for Real-World Networks - Jennifer Leong

        You never know where your customers will be using your mobile apps. With the high variability in mobile connectivity speeds and latencies, a good user experience will depend on how well you optimize network utilization. In this talk we'll look at problems unique to constricted networks. We’ll also provide success stories for apps that have greatly improved mobile performance.
      • 00:38:02

      • Responsive Images are Coming to a Browser Near You - Yoav Weiss

        Today, Responsive Web design often means using one of the various Responsive Images hacks or take a performance hit. In a short while, that will no longer be the case. A native Responsive Images solution is coming soon to a browser near you. In this session we will discuss this solution in depth, and see how you can start using it in your current designs.
      • 00:45:28

      • Scaling Android Development - Jan Chong

        In January 2012, Twitter for Android was written by three engineers. As of January 2014, Twitter for Android has dozens of unique contributors from over ten different teams. I'll discuss how Twitter moved from a single team development model to a project based development model that welcomes contributions from across the company and highlight some of the challenges that we ran into on the way.
      • 00:36:03

      • Fast and Responsive Images - Sergey Chernyshev

        Sergey will cover experience of recent responsive redesign for truTV.com where performance was an important part of the project and image processing pipeline that was built to make this possible.
      • 00:36:58

      • Test Driven Mobile Development with Appium, Just Like Selenium - Jonah Stiennon

        Appium is an open source project which allows users to programmatically control both iOS and Android devices. Learn how to use Appium to simulate user interaction for UI testing on apps and mobile websites using the same libraries used to write Selenium tests. We will go from testing locally, to a fully parallel, CI-integrated, cloud environment.
      • 00:31:20

      • Building the Facebook Experience for the Mobile World - Adam Ernst

        Adam Ernst, iOS Engineer at Facebook New York, will delve into the evolution of Facebook's mobile initiatives leading up to the current concentrations today to improve speed and performance. Adam will give an inside look at how Facebook’s mobile team has evolved over the years, as well as the nuances his team faced and the solutions that have stemmed from specific challenges.
      • 00:34:14

      • This is Your Website on Tags - Emily Riley and Norm Morrison

        Did you know the world's leading ecommerce sites have blindspots that can pose major risks, such as cyber-security threats, data resell to competitors, and cart abandonment? This session will uncover these blindspots and expose how much is at risk as well as equip CIOs, Heads of eCommerce, and Web Ops execs with best practices when evaluating new third party vendors and monitoring existing ones.
      • 00:37:42

      • Leveraging a Cloud Architecture for Fun, Ease and Profit! - Harold Hannon

        In this discussion we will pull back the curtain of the architecture of a fun demo application purpose built for the cloud. We will focus on demonstrating how we leveraged compute, storage, messaging, and other cloud elements hosted at SoftLayer to lower the effort and difficulty of putting together a useful application.
      • 00:35:12

      • Rigorous Performance Testing on the Web - Grant Ellis

        The Web performance industry and performance testing have changed dramatically. Grant reveals pathways to maximum performance on today’s Web, where complex, dynamic applications run on congested wireless networks. Learn which tools measure what, and how to interpret performance data. Grant compares tools under real-world circumstances, explains modern Web mechanics, and dispels web performance FUD.
      • 00:36:09

      • Scaling Down: The Offline First Story - Joan Touzet

        Mobile connectivity and bandwidth problems won't solve themselves on a global level. What is the point of your offering if people can't access it? Discover how to design or refit your service or application to thrive in an "Offline First" world.
      • 00:46:22

      • Caching the Uncacheable: Leveraging Your CDN to Cache Dynamic Content - Hooman Beheshti

        In the past, issues around invalidation, staleness, and lack of visibility have prevented us from using CDNs to fully leverage the benefits of caching when it comes to dynamic content. In this session, we'll look at the challenges CDNs face with dynamic content and how you can use programmatic means to fully integrate your applications with a real-time, modern CDN.
      • 00:43:32

      • Mobilizing Your Website: Performance and Protection in a More Mobile World - Doug McCausland

        Mobile device owners are the fastest-growing segment of users on the Web. In this session, we discuss the tools now available to optimize the mobile experience and enhance the security of your content, infrastructure, and users, along with ways security can help improve website performance and responsiveness for virtually anyone visiting your websites using virtually any device.
      • 00:35:36

      • Breaking Boundaries: Taking Synthetic Monitoring Beyond Alerts - Tom Gerhard

        As VP of Performance Engineering at priceline.com, Tom Gerhard has examined countless infrastructure changes using synthetic monitoring data. This talk will demonstrate how this data has allowed priceline.com to evaluate domain sharding using hostname overrides, evaluate infrastructure changes, as well as run tests for diagnostic purposes.
      • 00:24:32

      • Using Data to Save Your Customer Experiences - David Lemaire

        Dave Lemaire, Senior Director of Technology Operations at Dyn, depends on powerful data to pinpoint the locations of performance-related issues and report its impact on the end-user. In this talk, he will demonstrate how data collected by external monitoring allows Dyn to report response and availability, troubleshoot customer issues and support sales, and more.
      • 00:12:33

      • 17 Things You Need to Know About Website Performance - Steve Miller-Jones

        Delivering an optimal digital experience requires a multi-layered look at the factors that impact performance, and the ability to measure what really matters. Join us to learn about critical data that hides behind averages, the role of RUM, how to keep latency from killing your mobile apps, and more. You’ll leave with actionable insights for optimizing your site and improving audience engagement.
      • 00:30:31

Velocity Conference New York 2014: Video Compilation

  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media
  • Released: September 2014
  • Run time: 57 hours 39 minutes

A faster, stronger web is no longer an option. It's an expectation.

There’s an eruption of big ideas around DevOps, web operations, web performance, and mobile—and O’Reilly’s Velocity Conference is right at the core. With this complete video compilation of Velocity 2014 New York, you’ll learn how the latest tools, skills, and ideas in web performance and operations can help you make sense of the great changes taking place at great speed. You’ll get a front row seat to every keynote, workshop, session, and lightning demo in this year’s conference.

Download these videos or view them through our HD player, and learn what works (and what doesn’t) in real world web applications. More than 100 speakers, including Justin Arbuckle (Chef), bethanye McKinney Blount (Facebook), Tim O’Reilly (O’Reilly Media), Tobi Knaup (Mesosphere), and Tom Limoncelli (StackExchange.com) offer different pieces of the puzzle. You’ll look at your work, your organization, and the technologies you use in completely new ways.

Tracks at Velocity NY 2014 focused on:

  • Operations: Learn what’s important to monitor and when, understand which metrics make a difference, and see how large sites deal with config management, failover, and other key issues.
  • Web Performance: Immerse yourself in the latest tools, technologies, and expert advice on getting your site to perform at warp speed.
  • Mobile: Learn how to measure, analyze, and improve mobile performance, including how UX/UI plays a key role in performance.
  • Culture & Organizational Change: Understand how to future-proof the health of your organization by managing complex systems of both the technical and human varieties.