Engineering Reliable Mobile Applications

Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 3:20pm3:45pm

Kristine Chen, Google

Abstract: 

Traditional SRE have accomplished much on the server-side, making global distributed systems and services incredibly reliable. More users are using mobile in their daily lives and it’s increasingly important that SRE think about reliability on the client side. This talk discusses the importance of a shift in focus to mobile applications and what we are doing to move to a world where client code is considered a first-class citizen. Much of the talk will center around Android though many principles can be applied to other platforms as well.

Kristine Chen, Google

Kristine Chen has been a Site Reliability Engineer at Google for 4 years. She worked on Google Search’s serving infrastructure before moving to a team focusing on reliability on mobile devices.

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@conference {201856,
author = {Kristine Chen},
title = {Engineering Reliable Mobile Applications},
year = {2017},
address = {San Francisco, CA},
publisher = {{USENIX} Association},
}