Hi Everyone... We're partnering once again with our DEAR FRIEND Sujata Tibrewala whom I'm sure you all remember from the many meetups and "Birthday Parties" we hosted at Intel. Sujata is revving up her Out of the Box Open Source Developers meetup group and has an event coming up on September 20!
Please join me at this exciting IN PERSON event!!! :)
The address will be shared on the day of the meetup here. (We will also post on this site.) (FYI: This venue is near the San Jose Airport.)
4:00-5:00 - Meet and Greet over Food
5:00-5:20 - Open Source: More than throwing the code off the wall - (Bytedance)
5:20-5:45 - Empowering Massive Data Analytics with ByConity (ByteDance)
5:45-6:10- Powering Millions of Containers and Microservices for TikTok with Open Source (Kube Wharf)
6:20-6:50 - Lessons from Open Innovation (Meta)
*Open Source: More than throwing the code off the wall
In this talk, we will talk about why Open Source is not just important but critical to the tech world as we know it. We will also introduce the role Open Source Program Offices play in developing and contributing to the Open Source Ecosystem
Sujata Tibrewala, Joshua Alphonse, Vini Jaiswal, ByteDance Open Source Program Office
*Empowering Massive Data Analytics with ByConity
ByConity is an open source cloud native data warehouse developed by ByteDance. It utilizes a computing-storage separation architecture and offers various essential features, including elastic scalability, query optimizer, and strong consistency in data reading and writing. Recently, ByConity released version 0.2.0. In this discussion, we will dive into its architecture and best practices, followed by an exploration of the new features introduced in this release.
Frank Hu, Manager, Bytedance OLAP team
*Powering Millions of Containers and Microservices for TikTok with Open Source
KubeWharf is an open source project hub from ByteDance built on Kubernetes which has been deployed widely to power millions of containers, including Microservices and AML workloads supporting Bytedance and Tiktok business. It aims to provide open source solutions to address key challenges for large-scale cloud native situations, including scalability, stability, multi-tenancy isolation, resource efficiency, and observability. KubeWharf currently has published 6 open source projects (KubeBrain, KubeGateway, KubeZoo, Katalyst, KubeAdmiral, Kelemetry). KubeAdmiral is the K8s cluster Federation solution for multi-cluster & multi-cloud challenges. It is based on KubeFed and has been successfully deployed in multiple regions at ByteDance since 2019. In this session, we will first briefly talk about KubeWharf's history and status, and then mainly present how KubeAdmiral works and briefly cover its typical use scenarios.
Caixue Lin, Manager, Yue Yin, Software Engineer, Bytedance Cloud-Native K8s Team
*Lessons from Open Innovation
Dharmesh Jani - Infra Ecosystem and Partnership Lead - Meta | Incubation co-chair - OCP (Open Compute Platform)
We look forward to seeing you there and hearing from you what you want to see there to help you learn.