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CoreOS Fest Berlin, the Open Source Distributed Systems Conference, brings together experts from all over the world to discuss container technologies, distributed systems and open source software to help take the industry to the next level in distributed computing.

The 2016 event will gather 500+ developers, devops professionals and sysadmins together to explore the next steps in making container technologies successful and secure.

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Tuesday, May 10 • 09:00 - 09:40
Keynote: Runway: a new tool for distributed systems design, Diego Ongaro

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Distributed systems are notoriously difficult to get right. We’re constantly improving the frameworks we use and the way we test production code, yet we rarely invest in tools for system design. The best design tools we have are still low-tech, like whiteboards and back-of-the-envelope calculations. Runway is a new tool to help design distributed and concurrent systems. It combines specification, simulation, visualization, and model checking into one tool, so you can write a single system model and do a bunch of useful things with it: the same model can help you evaluate a design’s correctness, availability, and performance while also helping others learn how the design works.

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Diego Ongaro

Lead Software Engineer, Compute Infrastructure, Salesforce
Diego lives in San Francisco and works on the Compute System team at Salesforce. He's interested in distributed systems and formal methods, and is developing a new tool called Runway that combines visualization, simulation, and model checking. Diego received his PhD in 2014 from Stanford, where he was advised by Professor John Ousterhout. During his doctorate, he worked on RAMCloud (a 5-10 microsecond round-trip key-value store), the Raft... Read More →


Tuesday May 10, 2016 09:00 - 09:40
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