Dependency Management, CoreOS and Go
Brandon Philips, of CoreOS, will talk about etcd, a highly-available key/value store, and how it was built with and can be used from Go. He'll cover the basics of running an etcd cluster and the underlying consensus algorithm called raft. He'll also get into a practical use case for service discovery and shared configuration and wrap with how you can use etcd from your Go programs using go-etcd. This talk was recorded at the GoSF meetup at Pivotal Labs.
Bio: Brandon Philips is helping to build modern Linux server infrastructure at CoreOS. Because of this, he was recently disowned by one of his Linux kernel friends for being "one of those weirdos on the other side of the sys calls".