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  • Lorenzo Alberton - Talks - Scaling teams, processes and architectures
    focus on the technical details forgetting two equally important aspects people and processes In this talk we ll cover the fundamental elements of scalability both organisational and technical with sound and proven principles and some advice on how to shape your organisation set the right processes and design your application Scaling Teams Processes and Architectures from Lorenzo Alberton Back Lorenzo Alberton Lorenzo has been working with large enterprise UK companies

    Original URL path: http://www.alberton.info/talks/show/id/20 (2016-04-24)
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  • Lorenzo Alberton - Talks - Monitoring at scale - Intuitive dashboard design
    incubator project NoSQL Databases What When and Why PHPUK2011 PHPNW10 slides and new job Talks Monitoring at scale Intuitive dashboard design London 23 February 2013 At a certain scale millions of events happen every second and all of them are important to evaluate the health of the system If not handled correctly such a volume of information can overwhelm both the infrastructure that needs to support them and people who have to make a sense out of thousands of signals and make decisions upon them fast By understanding how our rational mind works how people process information we can present data so it s more evident and intuitive This talk will explain how to collect useful metrics and to create the perfect monitoring dashboard to organise and display them letting our intuition operate automatically and quickly and saving attention and mental effort to activities that demand it Monitoring at scale Intuitive dashboard design from Lorenzo Alberton Back Lorenzo Alberton Lorenzo has been working with large enterprise UK companies for the past years and is now CTO at DataSift He s an international conference speaker and a long time contributor to many open source projects Follow lorenzoalberton Tags AJAX Apache Book

    Original URL path: http://www.alberton.info/talks/show/id/19 (2016-04-24)
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  • Lorenzo Alberton - Talks - Extracting insights with the DataSift platform
    alone is producing 340 million tweets a day and 40 million links to news and media can be a daunting task and actually turning this into valuable insights might be even tougher This talk will cover how the DataSift platform makes this task easy and will show some concrete use cases of how the social media data can be used for customer intelligence Back Lorenzo Alberton Lorenzo has been working

    Original URL path: http://www.alberton.info/talks/show/id/18 (2016-04-24)
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  • Lorenzo Alberton - Talks - Scalable Architectures - Taming the Twitter Firehose
    incubator project NoSQL Databases What When and Why PHPUK2011 PHPNW10 slides and new job Talks Scalable Architectures Taming the Twitter Firehose Verona Italy 18 May 2012 Handling lots of real time streams of information when Twitter alone is producing 330 million tweets a day and 35 million links to news and media can be a daunting task This talk will cover how to develop a platform that can deal with billions of items per day perform complex analysis and serve thousands of customers in real time by dissecting a large scale architecture into small components and explaining what processes to put in place what pitfalls to avoid and how to keep the system running We will walk through several scalability patterns clever techniques and cutting edge technologies high throughput message queues nosql databases monitoring tools each accompanied by one or more concrete examples Scalable Architectures Taming the Twitter Firehose View more presentations from Lorenzo Alberton Back Lorenzo Alberton Lorenzo has been working with large enterprise UK companies for the past years and is now CTO at DataSift He s an international conference speaker and a long time contributor to many open source projects Follow lorenzoalberton Tags AJAX Apache Book Review

    Original URL path: http://www.alberton.info/talks/show/id/17 (2016-04-24)
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  • Lorenzo Alberton - Talks - Scaling Teams, Processes and Architectures
    job Talks Scaling Teams Processes and Architectures London UK 16 April 2012 Generic presentation about scalability challenges First London Scalability Meetup Quick overview of the DataSift architecture Scaling Teams Processes and Architectures View more presentations from Lorenzo Alberton Back Lorenzo Alberton Lorenzo has been working with large enterprise UK companies for the past years and is now CTO at DataSift He s an international conference speaker and a long time

    Original URL path: http://www.alberton.info/talks/show/id/16 (2016-04-24)
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  • Lorenzo Alberton - Talks - Trees in the Database: Advanced Data Structures
    we ll explore Common Table Expressions SQL 99 and how SQL handles recursion breaking the bi dimensional barriers and paving the way to more complex data structures like trees and graphs and how we can replicate features from social networks and recommendation systems We ll also have a look at window functions SQL 2003 and the advanced reporting features they make finally possible The first part of this talk will cover several different techniques to model a tree data structure into a relational database parent child adjacency list model materialized path nested sets nested intervals hybrid models Common Table Expressions Then we ll move one step forward and see how we can model a more complex data structure i e a graph with concrete examples from today s websites Starting from real world examples of social networks and recommendation systems features and with the help of some graph theory this talk will explain how to represent and traverse a graph in the database Finally we will take a look at Window Functions and how they can be useful for data analytics and simple inline aggregations among other things All the examples have been tested on PostgreSQL 8 4 Trees In

    Original URL path: http://www.alberton.info/talks/show/id/14 (2016-04-24)
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  • Lorenzo Alberton - Talks - Graphs in the database: RDBMS in the social networks age
    this talk we ll explore Common Table Expressions SQL 99 and how SQL handles recursion breaking the bi dimensional barriers and paving the way to more complex data structures like trees and graphs and how we can replicate features from social networks and recommendation systems We ll also have a look at window functions SQL 2003 and the advanced reporting features they make finally possible The first part of this talk will cover several different techniques to model a tree data structure into a relational database parent child adjacency list model materialized path nested sets nested intervals hybrid models Common Table Expressions Then we ll move one step forward and see how we can model a more complex data structure i e a graph with concrete examples from today s websites Starting from real world examples of social networks and recommendation systems features and with the help of some graph theory this talk will explain how to represent and traverse a graph in the database Finally we will take a look at Window Functions and how they can be useful for data analytics and simple inline aggregations among other things All the examples have been tested on PostgreSQL 8 4

    Original URL path: http://www.alberton.info/talks/show/id/15 (2016-04-24)
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  • Lorenzo Alberton - Talks - Profile your PHP application and make it fly
    hope and then wonder why performances haven t improved that much Wait I even replaced print with echo In this talk we ll see how we can take easy practical steps we can apply over and over that really make a difference by analysing what our application does under the hood measuring how and where the different resources are used eliminating the real bottlenecks and restructuring critical components to handle

    Original URL path: http://www.alberton.info/talks/show/id/12 (2016-04-24)
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