High-Leverage Datastore Operations: Increasingly Large Infrastructure with Small Teams

Wednesday, March 27, 2019 - 12:20 pm12:50 pm

Jamie Alquiza, Datadog, Inc.

Abstract: 

Datastores are often central to many services in an organization. This includes traditional and distributed databases along with KV stores and message queues. Operating datastores reliably is essential yet increasingly complicated with scale. This talk draws from experiences taking on rapid growth to petabyte scale while managing complexity with small teams.

Jamie Alquiza, Datadog, Inc.

Jamie Alquiza is a software engineer working on infrastructure at Datadog. He's an enthusiast of untangling complexity and scaling large systems, but usually escapes the computer to mountain bike around Boulder, CO.

BibTeX
@conference {229567,
author = {Jamie Alquiza},
title = {High-Leverage Datastore Operations: Increasingly Large Infrastructure with Small Teams},
year = {2019},
address = {Brooklyn, NY},
publisher = {{USENIX} Association},
}