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May 2-4, 2018 - Copenhagen, Denmark
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Wednesday, May 2 • 15:40 - 16:15
Building a Cloud Native Culture in an Enterprise - Deep Kapadia & Tony Li, The New York Times Company (Any Skill Level) (Slides Attached)

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The New York Times has been on the Internet since 1996. Long before most Internet or tech giants even existed. The Times is one of the most trafficked news sites on the Internet today with a fairly complex set of services and modules driving our internet presence.

We have been using public clouds since 2010 but In 2016 we decided to go all in with the intent to retire our data centers in 2018. As a result one of the biggest projects we undertook was moving our website, CMS and a slew of other internal tools to Amazon and Google's cloud offering. We jumped on the Kubernetes bandwagon and have had a hell of a ride. A lot of our learnings were not technical but cultural.

As we went down this path, we found ourselves embracing open standards and tools. We also had learned how to work with product teams who were at various levels of maturity and discipline w.r.t. CI/CD and SRE concepts.

Speakers
avatar for Deep Kapadia

Deep Kapadia

Executive Director, Engineering, The New York Times Company
Deep runs the Delivery Engineering team, responsible for developer tooling and automation, test automation and Site Reliability functions at The New York Times. | | The New York Times recently underwent a significant transition by moving their entire infrastructure from their data... Read More →
avatar for Tony Li

Tony Li

SRE, The New York Times
I am an engineer on the Delivery and Site Reliability Engineering team at The New York Times, building tools, creating processes, and writing documentation for our many teams of developers. | | I am currently working on best practices and platforms to support teams in monitoring... Read More →



Wednesday May 2, 2018 15:40 - 16:15
Auditorium 10