Past events

Aniket talked about Anthos, Google's brand-new Hybrid and Multicloud offering and why it is the UI that is at the center of this paradigm shift. He also explained the challenges we are facing in the UI team regarding scale, performance, security and authentication.

Here's the link to the recording.

Alex presented some of the unique challenges at Google, that are not often found in other organizations. This includes the way we work with our codebase, how we test, review and integrate changes towards the mainline. In this talk, you'll find out more about the key takeaways that led us to how Google engineers worldwide operate on a daily basis today - and how this can be useful for you. 

Here's link to the recording.

Filip presented challenges of running a reliable, scalable and easy to manage service in cloud and how GCP's autoscaling and workload management products can help. You also had a chance to peek under the hood and discuss interesting problems Google engineers are solving in order to build GCP products like these.

Here's link to the recording.

Our first event focused on sharing the work engineers in Warsaw do. Most of our engineers are working on Google Cloud Platform (or GCP as we call it - we love acronyms!), throughout the complex stack, on projects ranging from Google’s internal infrastructure (that the vast majority of Google products are dependent on) to designing and developing user interfaces for the majority of Google Cloud products. A lot of what we do is around scaling, and in this event we’ve shared an overview of the technical challenges engineers in Warsaw are facing. In other words - it is a scaling game, and in our upcoming events we’ll deep dive into specifics. The goal of these meetups is for everyone attending to learn at least one new thing about cloud engineering - hope you already have!  

Here's link to the recording.