"DevOps For Data" track at Data Day Texas

Following conversations with Boyd Hemphill and various members of the Austin DevOps community, we have decided to launch a DevOps track for Data Day Texas 2017. More details will follow. However, we are happy to announce the first speaker: Laine Campbell - author of the upcoming O'Reilly book: upcoming O'Reilly book: Database Reliability Engineering:

Laine Campbell (Laine Campbell) @lainevcampbell

Laine Campbell specializes in database architecture and operations, particularly MySQL and Cassandra. Most recently, Laine was the CTO at OrderWithMe. Prior, she was a co-founder at Pythian, where she led the open source database practice. Laine founded and led PalominoDB, then Blackbird for 8 years, where her team of DBAs supported many of the most exciting database infrastructures in the industry. Before that, she designed, built and supported the Travelocity databases for 8 years with her remarkable team. Laine has also supported such organizations as Obama for America, Zappos, Chegg, LiveJournal, Disney Mobile, and Adobe.

Who else would you like to see on the DevOps For Data track? What topics/tools/techniques would you like to see covered? Please send us your thoughts at suggestions@datadaytexas.com.

What's new for Data Day Texas 2017

Can you believe it? This will be the 6th annual Data Day Texas! and guess what? We started working on DDTX17 immediately after the end of DDTX16 -- back in January. Lots of new things are in the works for the upcoming edition. Many of the speakers you've requested for 2017 are booked a year in advance, so we've already been reaching out -- and we're just now starting to confirm the first wave of speakers.

Despite the fact that we absolutely blew out the venue to capacity last year, we're not moving. We don't want to make Data Day Texas bigger. We want to make it better. We will no doubt sell out much earlier than last year. Best to get your ticket now - and get the lowest price.

 


Charity Majors @mipsytipsy gave the keynote to a full house for Data Day 2016. This is what a sold out event looks like. Buy your tickets now and save money.

 

Data Day Texas is based entirely on feedback from the Austin data community. What do you want to see this year? Take a moment and share your thoughts with us at suggestions@datadaytexas.com.

 


Jay Kreps @jaykreps, co-founder of Confluent wows the Data Day 2016 crowd with the latest on Apache Kafka.

 

 


Data Day always ends with a post-conference happy hour.
How can we make it even better this year? Let us know!

 

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