Videos

What Comes after Microservices?

4 months ago
Download the slides & audio at InfoQ: bit.ly/2zDjf9O Matt Ranney talks about the limits that some companies have encountered in their large microservices deployments and some non-microservices approaches to those same problems. He also talks about the non-microservices systems that Uber is building to maintain developer productivity with a large and growing engineering team. This […]

TechIgnite 2017 Conference Highlights!

10 months ago
Watch great minds discuss the truth behind today’s most disruptive technologies at TechIgnite 2017. Brought to you by the IEEE Computer Society. Some of the topics include; Blockchain, Machine Learning, AI, VR, AR, IoT. Google, Uber, CISCO, Homeland Security, GE, Amgen and 24 other C-level execs share their secrets. Here are some highlights from this […]
Book Uber cab from Messenger Page With Zup (No App Needed): Vivz

Book Uber cab from Messenger Page With Zup (No App Needed): Vivz

1 year ago
Book an Uber cab in a jiffy with Zup through nothing but its page on Messenger. Zup is the world’s first conversational chatbot that can display a LIVE map inside facebook messenger while you are riding your Uber cab. Zup is also India’s first bot that can show you the offers with the highest discounts […]
How Uber is using driver selfies to enhance security, powered by Microsoft Cognitive Services

How Uber is using driver selfies to enhance security, powered by Microsoft Cognitive Services

1 year ago
Uber is using Microsoft Cognitive Services to offer Real-Time ID Check. Drivers verify their identity using selfies before they are able to accept rides. Learn more at: www.microsoft.com/cognitive-services/

Cloud: Next Generation Outcomes

2 years ago
Steve Zivanic, Oracle VP Converged Infrastructure, Storage, Holger Mueller, Constellation Research VP and Principal Analyst, and Diby Malakar, Oracle VP Cloud Product Management, discuss the outcomes companies are seeing from cloud investments.

Placing a container on a train at 200 mph

2 years ago
with Casper Svenning Jensen, Infrastructure Software Engineer, Uber At Uber, we’ve been introducing Docker to give service owners more control over their environments. However, everything at Uber is moving very fast so we have had to do it a way such that Docker fitted into the existing infrastructure and services could be migrated seamlessly to […]

Kernel load-balancing for Docker containers using IPVS

2 years ago
with Andrey Sibiryov, Sr. Infrastructure Engineer, Uber Technologies Many companies use expensive proprietary hardware and software to provide load-balancing and routing for their users and services. I’m going to demonstrate how the same or even exceeding performance and feature set can be achieved using an open-source technology which has been a part of the mainline […]