NCDevCon Session Spotlight: Building the Modern Web Using Fast and Scalable Open Source Technologies

New cloud factories and Internet assembly lines need to be fast and easily scalable. Unfortunately, much of the software traditionally used to build and manage data centers in decades past were never designed for the new speed and scale of the modern infrastructure. Fortunately, SaltStack and other open source tools are now available to provide real-time data center automation and to help deploy and manage the entire enterprise application stack. Colton Myers, a SaltStack core engineer, will show how these new open source tools are being used by infrastructure and DevOps teams at Web-scale organizations like LinkedIn, WikiMedia and Hulu.

Session attendees will learn how to build and maintain Internet, cloud and Web-scale applications using open source software. SysAdmins, cloud architects and anybody with DevOps leanings will appreciate new, easier ways to automate data center infrastructure management and application configuration.


About Colton Myers

Colton MyersColton Myers is a core engineer at SaltStack. SaltStack is the company responsible for the Salt open source project which is one of the largest OSS projects in the world with more than 550 active developers and contributors. Prior to SaltStack Colton was an engineer for L-3 Communications and a C# software developer for a large call center provider. Colton is an avid Python developer and is passionate about open source software. Find him at the handle @basepi...because base ten is too boring.

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