Video: Math in Big Systems

Every year the esteemed Usenix organization holds their LISA conference. LISA has transformed slowly over the years as systems, architectures, and the nature of large-scale deployments have changed, but this year represented the largest change to date.

“The format of the conference was substantially different and I believe it (changed) for the best. The topics, content, and speakers were both relevant and fantastic while keeping just enough of the UNIX neckbeard vibe to make it familiar.” – Theo Schlossnagle

his year at LISA, our CEO presented what we’ve been doing in the realm of automatic anomaly detection on high-frequency time-series data; an otherwise dry subject was cordially delivered by Theo and very well received.

LISA14: Math in Big Systems by Theo Schlossnagle

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