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Speaker: Michael Maloney, Google
The new era of “Cloud Computing” is built on top of a solid foundation of large-scale distributed systems. These systems have evolved over many years, and are built on a mix of solid theory and much sweat from re-learning engineering principles the hard way.
In this talk Maloney will discuss a handful of Google distributed storage systems, and their evolution over time. He will also share stories from the front-lines of maintaining and running these systems and pitch jobs working on these systems at Google!
Bio: Michael Maloney is currently the Technical Lead for Archival Storage and Backups at Google. He manages a team software engineers and has fifteen years of experience building, running, and debugging large-scale distributed systems at Microsoft and Google. He has a B.E. in Electrical Engineering from The Cooper Union, and a M.S. in Computer Science from New York University.
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