O'Reilly Media (formerly O'Reilly & Associates) is an American media company established by Tim O'Reilly that publishes books and Web sites and produces conferences on computer technology topics. Their distinctive brand features a woodcut of an animal on many of their book covers.
Security 2016 Amsterdam was O’Reilly Media’s first ever security conference in Europe. It gathered more than 65 of the top IT security experts from Europe, Silicon Valley, and the rest of the world to offer practical guidance on fending off the malware, spear-phishers, and DDoS attacks plaguing websites and the IoT everywhere. Containing specialized content on Euro-centric concerns like GDPR compliance, this video compilation offers a complete recording of every 40-minute session, 3.5-hour tutorial, and keynote delivered at the conference.
Explore the new business models, unrecognized opportunities, and complex challenges that bitcoin—and the blockchain behind it—are creating. This complete video compilation captures every moment of Bitcoin & the Blockchain, the first in a series of O’Reilly Radar Summits. You’ll get a front-row seat to all 18 quick-paced sessions at this one-day event.
The long-term success and evolution of many companies balances on the effectiveness and versatility of their software architecture and the teams that design, implement, and deploy it. To continue to find success and evolution within your own role you must at some point become as skilled in the breadth of what software architecture solutions can include as you are in the depths of programming knowledge that you already have. The more involved you are with software architecture—and even if you don't carry the title of architect you can bet you are involved—the more technical breadth becomes critical. You must understand tradeoffs, technology options, and engineering best practices, plus have the leadership chops to execute your vision.
Get a practical introduction to Hadoop, the framework that made big data and large-scale analytics possible by combining distributed computing techniques with distributed storage. In this video tutorial, hosts Benjamin Bengfort and Jenny Kim discuss the core concepts behind distributed computing and big data, and then show you how to work with a Hadoop cluster and program analytical jobs. You'll also learn how to use higher-level tools such as Hive and Spark.