Kerim Satirli is a senior developer advocate at HashiCorp, where he coaches operators
and developers on sustainable infrastructure and orchestration workflows.
Before he joined HashiCorp, Kerim worked on Industrial IoT for the Amsterdam airport
and helped museums bring more of their collections online.
Gaming at Scale: What we learned from building our own multiplayer environment.
Many of us grew up in the Golden Age of Gaming, we had story-driven adventures that took us around fantastic worlds and into scary dungeons. These days, we mostly regal ourselves with experiences that require us to do basic chores, but in-game.
In this talk, Kerim will show how he uses workload orchestration software to … optimize the errand-running process and spawn an army of bots to carry out routine tasks, so he can focus on the fun aspects of the game: building warehouses for all the harvested materials.
Attendees can expect to learn how job orchestration works and how a good cloud computing scaling strategy can help you dig up more useful blocks in Minecraft, how to monitor for failure and account for changing requirements.