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    Automatically Correcting Networks with NEAtNSDI '18Wenxuan Zhou, Jason Croft, Bingzhe Liu, Elaine Ang, Matthew Caesar
    Net2Text: Query-Guided Summarization of Network Forwarding BehaviorsNSDI '18Rüdiger Birkner, Dana Drachsler-Cohen, Laurent Vanbever, Martin Vechev
    Andromeda: Performance, Isolation, and Velocity at Scale in Cloud Network VirtualizationNSDI '18Michael Dalton, David Schultz, Jacob Adriaens, Ahsan Arefin, Anshuman Gupta, Brian Fahs, Dima Rubinstein, Enrique Cauich Zermeno, Erik Rubow, James Alexander Docauer, Jesse Alpert, Jing Ai, Jon Olson, Kevin DeCabooter, Marc de Kruijf, Nan Hua, Nathan Lewis, Nikhil Kasinadhuni, Riccardo Crepaldi, Srinivas Krishnan, Subbaiah Venkata, Yossi Richter, Uday Naik, Amin Vahdat
    NetChain: Scale-Free Sub-RTT CoordinationNSDI '18Xin Jin, Xiaozhou Li, Haoyu Zhang, Nate Foster, Jeongkeun Lee, Robert Soulé, Changhoon Kim, Ion Stoica
    Stateless Datacenter Load-balancing with BeamerNSDI '18Vladimir Olteanu, Alexandru Agache, Andrei Voinescu, Costin Raiciu
    Operational Excellence in April Fools’ Pranks: Being Funny Is Serious Work!SREcon18 AmericasThomas Limoncelli
    Leaping from Mainframes to AWS: Technology Time Travel in the GovernmentSREcon18 AmericasAndy Brody, James Punteney
    The History of Fire EscapesSREcon18 AmericasTanya Reilly
    Automatic Metric Screening for Service DiagnosisSREcon18 AmericasYu Chen
    Your System Has Recovered from an Incident, but Have Your Developers?SREcon18 AmericasJaime Woo
    Know Thy Enemy: How to Prioritize and Communicate RisksSREcon18 AmericasMatt Brown
    Architecting a Technical Post MortemSREcon18 AmericasWill Gallego
    Building Shopify's PaaS on KubernetesSREcon18 AmericasKaran Thukral
    Whispers in Chaos: Searching for Weak Signals in IncidentsSREcon18 AmericasJ. Paul Reed
    Distributed Tracing, Lessons LearnedSREcon18 AmericasGina Maini
    Approaching the Unacceptable Workload BoundarySREcon18 AmericasBaron Schwartz
    "Capacity Prediction" instead of "Capacity Planning": How Uber Uses ML to Accurately Forecast Resource UtilizationSREcon18 AmericasRick Boone
    Junior Engineers Are Features, Not BugsSREcon18 AmericasKate Taggart
    Monitoring DNS with Open-Source SolutionsSREcon18 AmericasFelipe Espinoza, Javier Bustos
    Breaking in a New Job as an SRESREcon18 AmericasAmy Tobey
    Resolving Outages Faster with Better Debugging StrategiesSREcon18 AmericasLiz Fong-Jones, Adam Mckaig
    Security as a ServiceSREcon18 AmericasWojciech Wojtyniak
    Containerization War StoriesSREcon18 AmericasRuth Grace Wong, Rodrigo Menezes
    Antics, Drift, and ChaosSREcon18 AmericasLorin Hochstein
    Real World SLOs and SLIs: A Deep DiveSREcon18 AmericasMatthew Flaming, Elisa Binette