Seattle, WA
December 10–13, 2018
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Thursday, December 13 • 10:50am - 11:25am
gRPC Performance; Tuning Applications and Libraries - Noah Eisen, Google

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gRPC C++ team has been working on performance for over a year now. In this presentation we will share the story of our journey, sharing insights on tuning applications that use gRPC as well as optimizing the library itself.

All concrete examples will be from gRPC, but the high level concepts will be interesting to anyone who has worked on performance.

We will focus on:
- benchmarking
+ microbenchmarks
+ synthetic benchmarks
+ application benchmarks
+ cutting down noise on benchmarks
- tooling
+ flamegraphs
+ latency breakdowns
- concrete optimizations
+ tuning the threading model of gRPC apps
+ high performance network polling systems

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Noah Eisen

Software Engineer, Google
Noah Eisen, who hails from University of Michigan, has worked at Google for the past two year. For most of that time he has been on the gRPC C++ team, and within that, the performance sub-team. He now leads the team's benchmarking and tooling efforts, focusing on measuring the impact... Read More →

Thursday December 13, 2018 10:50am - 11:25am
4C 3/4