Julien Bisconti - Freelance Software Engineer specialized in Google Cloud

Public Speaking

This is an non-exhaustive list of my talks as I do not always have the permission or the possibility to record them. I tend to make a presentation of what I struggled with and what helped me solved the problem.

  • Deep Dive: Chaos Engineering
    KubeCon 18, Seattle
    Recorded: 13 Dec 2018

    Sub title: Automating Chaos Engineering with a Service Mesh and the Chaos Toolkit.

    In this talk, Julien and Sylvain will take you on the journey of performing Chaos Engineering exploration and automation of a simple set of services backed by Istio, a service mesh provider.

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  • Deploying Go Functions
    Code Motion Conference 2019, Milan
    Recorded: 24 Oct 2019

    Developers are taught to write code but what about deploying code ? Using a serverless architecture, testing, building, deploying and monitoring are activities that happens in a cloud native environment. Coding is still done locally. What can we do to enable developers in the cloud?

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  • Deploying Go Functions
    GoWay Fest 2019, Minsk, Belarus
    Recorded: 04 Jul 2019

    Developers are taught to write code but what about deploying code ? Using a serverless architecture, testing, building, deploying and monitoring are activities that happens in a cloud native environment. Coding is still done locally. What can we do to enable developers in the cloud?

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  • Chaos Engineering with a Service Mesh
    Chaos Engineering Working Group, CNCF
    Recorded: 24 Sep 2018

    Starting to do chaos engineering can seem like a daunting task if one has never practice that before. In this talk, we will outline what is a service mesh and how does it help us to do chaos engineering. A service mesh is a inter communication infrastructure that allows the traffic to be routed by configuring proxy running as a side car to each services.

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  • Monorepo -vs- Multirepo
    DevOps Meetup, Stockholm @ iZettle
    Recorded: 27 Feb 2019

    This presentation outlines the tradeoffs and tooling of having all the code base in one place (monorepo) or many places (multirepo). It goes as far as to question the existence of a local dev environment.

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  • Chaos Engineering with a Service Mesh
    Go Stockholm Meetup, Stockholm
    Recorded: 21 Aug 2018

    Starting to do chaos engineering can seem like a daunting task if one has never practice that before. In this talk, we will outline what is a service mesh and how does it help us to do chaos engineering. A service mesh is a inter communication infrastructure that allows the traffic to be routed by configuring proxy running as a side car to each services.

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  • Chaos Engineering with a Service Mesh
    GDG Cloud Stockholm @ R2M
    Recorded: 02 Oct 2018
    Starting to do chaos engineering can seem like a daunting task if one has never practice that before. In this talk, we will outline what is a service mesh and how does it help us to do chaos engineering. A service mesh is a inter communication infrastructure that allows the traffic to be routed by configuring proxy running as a side car to each services. It’s a network for services, not for bytes. Read More…
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  • Chaos Engineering with a Service Mesh
    Stockholm Chaos & Reliability Engineering Meetup @ KTH
    Recorded: 04 Sep 2018

    Starting to do chaos engineering can seem like a daunting task if one has never practice that before. In this talk, we will outline what is a service mesh and how does it help us to do chaos engineering. A service mesh is a inter communication infrastructure that allows the traffic to be routed by configuring proxy running as a side car to each services.

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  • Chaos Engineering with a Service Mesh
    DevOps Meetup, Stockholm @ NetEnt
    Recorded: 16 May 2019
    In this talk, we will outline what is a service mesh. A service mesh is a inter communication infrastructure that allows the traffic to be routed by configuring proxy running as a side car to each services. It’s a network for services, not for bytes.
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