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Agenda  Updated  
5
/
9
/13
 
Tuesday  
-­‐
 
May  21,  2013
 
5
:00p
-­‐
9
:00p
 
Glue  Hackathon
 

 
(Continues  on  the  22
nd
)
 
Wednesday  
-­‐
 
May  22
nd
,  2013
 
7:30a
-­‐
5:00p
 
Registration  Open
 
7:30a
-­‐
8:30a
 
Danishes  and  Coffee
 
8:30a
 
Opening  Remarks
 

 
Eric  Norlin
 
8:30a
-­‐
9:00
a
 
Keynote:
 
Turni
ng  Your  Enterprise  Into  a  Platform
 

 
Laura  Merling,  AT&T
 
9:00a
-­‐
9:30
a
 
Keynote
:  
Cloud  Native  Applications:  What  Changed
 

 
Adrian  Cockcroft,  Netflix
 
9:30a
-­‐
10:00
a
 
Keynote:
 
Mulligan:  Rebuilding  Developer  Services  From  Scratch
 
-­‐
 
Peter  Biddle,  Intel
 
10:00a  

10
:15a
 
Keynote:  Ushering  in  the  Bronze  Age  of  Distributed  Application  Tooling  

 
John  Sheehan,  Runscope
 
10:15a
-­‐
10:30a
 
Morning  Coffee  Break
 
 
Breakout  1
 
Breakout  2
 
Breakout  3
 
Breakout  4
 
(Held  Downstairs
 
in  Spruce
)
 
Breakout  5
 
(Held  Downstairs
 
in  Fir
)
 
Breakout  
6
 
(Held  Downstairs
 
in  Birch
)
 
10:30a
-­‐
11:30a
 
Building  REST  
Data  Services  
with  MongoDB  
and  Node.js
 
 
Matt  Pardee,  
S
trongLoop
 
Solve  the  Cross
-­‐
Cloud  Conundrum  
with  jclouds  

 
 
Everett  Toews,  
Rackspace
 
Distributed  
Systems  Anti
-­‐
Patterns:  Ways  
People  Fail  (And  
How  
Not  To)
 
Shanley  Kane,  
Basho
 
Node.js  is  for  APIs  
 
 
Mick  Thompson,  
Code  for  America
 
An  Intro  to  the  
Emerging
 
JSON
-­‐
Based  Identity  &  
Security  
Protocols
 
 
Brian  Campbell,  
Ping  Identity
 
Building  a  
Distributed  Data  
Platform  with  
Node.js,  Storm,  
Kafka  &  ZeroMQ  
 
 
Ky
le  Quest,  
CrowdStrike
 
11:30a
-­‐
12:30p
 
Lunch  with  Exhibitors
 
12:30p
-­‐
1:00p
 
Networking  with  Exhibitors
 
 
Afternoon  Tracks  
 
Afternoon  Workshops
 
Breakout  1
 
Breakout  2
 
Breakout  3
 
 
Track
1:
 
Mobility
 
Sponsored  by  SAP
 
Track  2:  
 
APIs
 
Track  3:  Cloud  
Operating  
Envi
ronment  
Sponsored  by  IBM
 
 
Workshop  1
 
(Held  downstairs  
in  Spruce)
 
 
Workshop  2
 
(Held  downstairs  
in  Birch)
 
 
Workshop  3
 
(Held  downstairs  
in  Fir)
 
1:00
p
-­‐
1:15p
 
Track  Intro
 
Track  Intro
 

 
 
Track  Intro
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Building  Using  
Netflix’s  Open  
Source  
Architecture
 
Adrian
 
Cockcroft,  
Netflix
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
How  to  Use  the  
Salesforce  
Identity  Platform:  
A  Deep  Dive
 
Pat  Patterson  &  
David  Carroll,  
Salesforce.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Real
-­‐
time  
Analytics:  From  
Zero  to  Now
 
Nikita  Shamgunov  
&  Ankur  Goyal,  
MemSQL
 
1:15p
-­‐
1:45p
 
Crossing  the  Gap:  
Brining  Mo
bile  
Apps  to  the  
Enterprise  

 
Jim  
Jaquet,  SAP
 
 
 
Single  Page  
Architectures:  
The  API  and  
Appification  for  
the  Web  
Steven  
Willmott,  3Scale
 
The  Cloud  
Operating  
Environment
 
Rod  Smith,  IBM
 
 
 
1:45p
-­‐
2:15p
 
A  Tech
n
ical  Look  
at  the  Past,  
Present  &  Future  
of  Mobil
e
-­‐
 
Mattieu  
Gamache
-­‐
Asselin,  
Parse
 
An  Architectural  
Look  at  Designing  
e
-­‐
commerce  APIs
 
Saranyan  
Vigraham,  
BigCommerce
 
Create  Your  
Computing  
Infrastructure  
with  Python!  
 
Ed  Leafe,  
Rackspace
 
2:15p
-­‐
2:45p
 
An  Enterprise  
Mobile  Reference  
Architecture  

 
Sravish
 
Sridhar,  
Kinvey
 
Machine  Learning  
APIs  (You  
Probably  Didn’t  
Know  About)
 

 
Chris  Ismael,  
Mashape
 
Availability  
During  Cloud  
Outages:  Multi
-­‐
Regional,  Self
-­‐
healing  My  SQL
 
Sumeet  Sheokand,  
GenieDB
 
2:45p
-­‐
3:00p
 
Discussion
 
Discussion
 
Discussion
 
3:00p
-­‐
3:45p
 
Afternoon  Ice  Cream  Parlor  Break  Sponsored  by  Google
 
 
Afternoon  Tracks  Continued
 
Afternoon  Workshops  Continued
 
Breakout  1
 
Breakout  2
 
Breakout  3
 
 
3:45p

4:15p
 
Using  In
-­‐
a
pp  
Analytics  to  Drive  
Your  App’s  
Business  

 
Chris  
Beauchamp
,  Kii
 
Does  Your  API  
Have  
Swagger?
 

 
Sumit  Sharma,  
Mulesoft
 
Dissecting  AWS  
Detailed  Billing  
Reports  for  Fun  &  
Profit  

 
Christian  
Beedgen,  
SumoLogic
 
(Held  downstairs  
in  Spruce)
 
 
 
Building  Using  
Netflix’s  Open  
Source  
Architecture
 
Adrian  Cockcroft,  
Netflix
 
(Held  downstairs  
in  Birch)
 
 
 
How  to  Use  the  
Salesforce  
Identity  
Platform:  A  Deep  
Dive
 
Pat  Patterson  &  
David  Carroll,  
Salesforce.com
 
(Held  downstairs  
in  Fir)
 
 
 
Real
-­‐
time  
Analytics:  From  
Zero  to  Now
 
Nikita  Shamgunov  
&  Ankur  Goyal,  
MemSQL
 
4:15
p
-­‐
4:45p
 
Pitfalls  of  
Common  Mobile  
Developme
nt  
Shortcuts  

 
Rakesh  Rao,  
AnyPresence
 
Designing  a  
Beautiful  
REST+JSON  API  

 
Les  Hazlewood,  
Stormpath
 
Building  for  
Gremlins:  
Common  Pitfalls  
in  the  Cloud  &  
How  to  Mitigate  
Them  

 
Julia  
Ferra
i
oli,  Google
 
4:45p
-­‐
5:00p
 
Track  
 
Closing
 
Track  Closing
 
Track  Clo
sing
 
5:
05p
-­‐
5:35p
 
Keynote:  
The  Economic  In
-­‐
Feasibility  of  On
-­‐
Premise  Development  &  Testing  

 
Navin  Thadani,  Ravello  Systems
 
5:35p
-­‐
6:05
p
 
Startup  Fest  

 
Sponsored  by  Alcatel
-­‐
Lucent  featuring,  Nodefly,  StrongLoop,  Snowshoe  &  Carvoyant
 
6:05
p
-­‐
6:30p
 
Keynote
:
 
 
The  True  Potential  of  Network  Virtualization  

 
Scott  Sneddon,  Alcatel
-­‐
Lucent
 
6:30p
-­‐
8:00
p
 
Evening  Reception  with  Exhibitors
 
8:00p
-­‐
12:00a
 
Glue  Hackathon
 
Continues
 

 
Held  in  Breakout  2
 
 
Thursday
 
-­‐
 
May  23
rd
,  201
3
 
8:00a
-­‐
12:00p
 
Registration  Open
 
8:00a
-­‐
8:
30a
 
Danishes  and  Coffee
 
8:
30a

9:00a
 
Keynote:  
Fear  and  Loathing  and  Scalable  Kindness  on  the  Internet  
-­‐
 
Tim  Bray,  Google
 
9:
00a

9:30a
 
Keynote:  
The  New  Kingmakers  

 
Stephen  O’Grady,  Redmonk
 
9:30a
-­‐
10:00a
 
Keynote:  
Confessions  of  a  Tech  CEO  Who  Still  Loves  to
 
Code  Everyday  

 
 
Lew  Cirne,  New  Relic
 
10:00a
-­‐
10:30a
 
Keynote:  
Running  OpenStack  at  Scale:  Lessons  Learned  From  Building  HP  Cloud  Services  

 
Blake  
Yeager,  HP  Cloud
 
10:
30a
-­‐
10:45a
 
Morning  Coffee  Break
 
10:45a
-­‐
11:15a
 
Keynote:  Automotive  Connectivity:  More  Th
an  Just  a  Phone  With  Wheels  
 
Nick  Pudar,  General  Motors
 
11:15a
 
Announcing  of  Passport  Prize  Winners
 
 
Breakout  1
 
Breakout  2
 
Breakout  3
 
 
Breakout  4
 
(Held  Downstairs  in  
Spruce)
 
Breakout  5
 
(Held  Downstairs  in  
Fir)
 
11:20a
-­‐
11:50a
 
20  API  Business  Models  
-­‐
 
 
Joh
n  Musser,  
Programmable  Web
 
 
Cortex:  Creating  Joyful  
API  Experience  with  
HATEOAS
 
Matt  Bishop,  Elastic  
Path
 
Dark  Architecture  &  
How  to  Forklift  
Upgrade  Your  
Infrastructure  with  
Zero  Downtime
 
Cory  
Von  Wallenstein,  Dyn
 
Diving  Deep  Into  Real
-­‐
Time  Data  Processin
g  
with  Storm  

 
Dan  Lynn,  
Full  Contact
 
Alternative  APIs  for  
Managing  Content
 
Jeff  Potts,  Alfresco
 
11:50a
-­‐
12:
5
0
p
 
Lunch  with  Exhibitors
 
12:50p
-­‐
1:15p
 
Networking  with  Exhibitors
 
 
Breakout  1
 
Breakout  2
 
Breakout  3
 
 
Breakout  4
 
(Held  Downstairs
 
in  
Spruce
)
 
Breako
ut  5
 
(Held  Downstairs
 
in  
Fir
)
 
1:15p
-­‐
1:45p
 
Processing  Big  Data  In  
Real
-­‐
time  with  a  
Distributed  SQL  System  

 
Ankur  Goyal,  MemSQL
 
Creating  Sustainable  
Documentation  with  
Jekyll  
 
Brandon  West,  
SendGrid
 
The  Problem  of  
Discovery  

 
Joel  
Stewart,  Canopy
 
A  Tale  of
 
Two  
Network  (Stacks):  
Why  the  Network  
Stack  is  Stratified  and  
SDN  Needs  to  Get  Over  
It  

 
 
Lori  Mac  Vittie,  
 
F5  Networks
 
Developing  Polygot  
Persistence  
Applications
 
Chris  
Richardson,  VMWare
 
1:50p
-­‐
2:20p
 
Start  Small  &  Go  Big:  
Getting  the  Most  From  
Google  Co
mpute  Engine  

 
Joe  Beda,  Google
 
Real
-­‐
Time  
Collaboration  in  the  
Browser  with  
Socket.io  &  Twilio  

 
Kevin  Whinnery,  
Twilio
 
A  Document  Database  
for  Simple  App  
Development,  
Reliability  and  Scale  

 
Matt  Ingenthron,  
Couchbase
 
Acronoise:  Post
-­‐
Mobile  Apps  in  a  
Futu
re  of  APIs  and  
SDKs  

 
Jeremie  Miller,  
Singly
 
Analytics  for  Hackers:  
How  to  Think  About  
Event  Data  

 
Michelle  
Wetzler,  Keen  IO
 
 
Breakout  1
 
Breakout  2
 
Breakout  3
 
2:25p
-­‐
3:00p
 
Deploying  a  Polyglot  Application  to  the  
Cloud
 

 
Joh
n  Wetherill  &  Phil  Whelan,  
Acti
v
eState
 
Mo’  Data,  Fewer  Problems:  Building  
Web  Applications  with  OpenStack  Swift
 
Orion  Auld,  SwiftStack
 
 
Software  Defined  Networking:  
Programmability  vs  Configurability    
-­‐
 
Darrin  Thomason,  Arista  Networks
 
3:00p
-­‐
3:15p
 
Afternoon  Coffee  Break
 
3:15p
-­‐
3:45p
 
Mo
bilize  Your  MongoDB!  Developing  
iPhone  and  Android  Apps  in  the  Cloud
 

 
Grant  Shipley,  Red  Hat
 
Email  as  a  Data  Source  
 
for  Apps  
 
Tony  Blank,  context.io
 
The  Pros  and  Cons  of  Choosing  Go  

 
Brady  Catherman,  Apcera
 
3:50p

4:20p
 
Making  Real
-­‐
Time  Analytics  Using  
Cassandra
 
Christine  Yen,  Parse
 
Getting  Bigger,  Going  Faster:  
Accelerating  Netflix  API  Deployments  

 
 
Ben  Schmaus,  Netflix
 
Building  Your  Own  PaaS  with  Docker
 
Jeff  Lindsay  &  Solomon  Hykes
 
4:25
-­‐
4:45
p
 
Keynote
:  
Metadata  Mashup:  Geo  Driven  Analysis  of  Social,  S
ite  and  Situation  Data
 

 
 
Scott  Hendrickson,  Gnip  and  Hannah  Keller,  Alteryx
 
4:45p
-­‐
4:50
p
 
Announcing  Hackathon  Winners
 
4:
50
p

5:00p
 
Keynote:  A  Utopian  Web:  Life  Without  Bots  
-­‐
 
Rami  Essaid,  Distil.it
 
5:00p
 
Closing  Comments  

 
GlueCon  Ends