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Query Analyzer: A Tool for Analyzing MySQL Queries Without Overhead

Benchmarking CPU utilization with various tools   Metrics Collection For the initial version of Query Analyzer, we have used MySQL to handle the metrics (basically a time-series data). There are two tables: query_history and query_info. The query_history is where we save information from the query hashmap. It has these columns: hostname, checksum, timestamp, count, query time, user, and db. The primary key is (hostname, checksum, timestamp), and the range partitions are by timestamp, with subpartitioning by key on hostname. It…

Stepping Up the Cloud Security Game

TL;DR: securing our Cloud infrastructure is incredibly important. We are now taking another step forward by leveraging open source tools we developed in partnership with Google. Spotify engineering teams are fully embracing the devops culture: to increase development speed every dev team is responsible for their operational pipelines. From a security perspective we are continuously striving to bake security into those pipelines by leveraging security automation and self serve security tooling. The industry lingo for this is “SecDevOps”. The friction…

As Seen on TV

Chris Cantwell, Co-Creator and Show Runner, Halt & Catch Fire Moderator: John Graham-Cumming, CTO, Cloudflare Photo by Cloudflare Staff CC: first off, we have very low ratings! The story came from my father who worked in computers in the early 80s in dallas; later in california. The dynamic between those characters was influenced by my dad. This was largely a story about reverse engineering. The underdog story was interesting: not Bill Gates, not Silicon Valley, but a different story about…

Betting on Blockchain

Juan Benet, Founder, Protocol Labs, and Jill Carlson, GM, Tezos Foundation Moderator: Jen Taylor, Head of Product, Cloudflare Photo by Cloudflare Staff JT: Tell us about what BlockChain is JC: Going back to 2008, advent of blockchain came with bitcoin white paper. The word Blockchain wasn’t mentioned at that point, but that was the advent of this tech. What it solved was niche problem called double spend problem. Creation of digital cash. What you see in a bank account isn’t…

Making the World Better by Breaking Things

Ben Sadeghipour, Technical Account Manager, HackerOne, and Katie Moussouris, Founder & CEO, Luta Security Moderator: John Graham-Cumming, CTO, Cloudflare Photo by Cloudflare Staff JGC: We’re going to talk about hacking Katie Moussouris helps people how to work around security vulnerabilities. Ben Sadeghipour is a technical account manager at HackerOne, and a hacker at night JGC: Ben, you say you’re a hacker by night. Tell us about this. BS: It depends who you ask: if they encourage it; or, we do…

What Will AI Mean for Everyday Life?

Willie Tejada, Chief Developer Advocate, IBM and Anthony Goldbloom, CEO, Kaggle Moderator: Jen Taylor, Head of Product, Cloudflare Photo by Cloudflare Staff JT: Our focus today is really what does AI mean for everyday life. I’m hearing a lot about AI. What is your assessment about where we are and how it is making a difference? WT: we’re in an unprecedented, interesting era. From a consumer perspective, negative connotation. It’s an interesting era we are in; these technologies are going…

Building for an omni-channel business with Square’s APIs has never been easier

Now, you can use the full power of Square’s Connect APIs and reporting tools to supercharge your online or multi-channel business. Starting with the launch of our E-Commerce API, we’ve worked to create a powerful commerce platform for both online-only and multi-channel businesses. In the last few months we’ve introduced our Catalog API, a tool to help businesses manage their products more efficiently, as well as Square Checkout, an out-of-the-box, hosted checkout for Square developers. And today, we are tying…