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Good Morning, Jakarta!

Post Syndicated from Chris Chua original https://blog.cloudflare.com/selamat-pagi-jakarta-customers/

Good Morning, Jakarta!

Good Morning, Jakarta!

Beneath the veneer of glass and concrete, this is a city of surprises and many faces. On 3rd October 2019, we brought together a group of leaders from across a number of industries to connect in Central Jakarta, Indonesia.

The habit of sharing stories at the lunch table, exchanging ideas, and listening to ideas from the different viewpoints of people from all tiers, paying first-hand attention to all input from customers, and listening to the dreams of some of life’s warriors may sound simple but it is a source of inspiration and encouragement in helping the cyberspace community in this region.

And our new data center in Jakarta extends our Asia Pacific network to 64 cities, and our global network to 194 cities.

Selamat Pagi

Right on time, Kate Fleming extended a warm welcome to our all our Indonesia guests. “We were especially appreciative of the investment of your time that you made coming to join us.”

Kate, is the Head of Customer Success for APAC. Australian-born, Kate spent the past 5 years living in Malaysia and Singapore. She leads a team of Customer Success Managers in Singapore. The Customer Success team is dispersed across multiple offices and time zones. We are the advocates for Cloudflare Enterprise customers. We help with your on-boarding journey and various post sales activities from project and resource management planning to training, configuration recommendations, sharing best practices, point of escalation and more.

Good Morning, Jakarta!

“Today, the Indonesian Cloudflare team would like to share with you some insights and best practices around how Cloudflare is not only a critical part of any organization’s cyber security planning, but is working towards building a better internet in the process.” – Kate


Ayush Verma, who is our Solutions Engineer for ASEAN and India, was there to unveil the latest cyber security trends. He shared insights on how to stay ahead of the game in the fast-charging online environment.

Get answers to questions like:
How can I secure my site without sacrificing performance?
What are the latest trends in malicious attacks — and how should I prepare?

Good Morning, Jakarta!

Good Morning, Jakarta!

Superheroes Behind The Scenes

We were very honored to have two industry leaders speak to us.

Jullian Gafar, the CTO from PT Viva Media Baru.
PT Viva Media Baru is an online media company based out of Jakarta, Indonesia.

Firman Gautama, the VP of Infrastructure & Security from PT. Global Tiket Network.
PT. Global Tiket Network offer hotel, flight, car rental, train, world class event/concert and attraction tickets.

It was a golden opportunity to hear from the leaders themselves about what’s keeping them busy lately, their own approaches to cyber security, best practices, and easy-to-implement and cost-efficient strategies.  

Fireside Chat Highlights:  Shoutout from Pak Firman, who was very pleased with the support he received from Kartika. He said “most sales people are hard to reach after completing a sale. Kartika always goes the extra mile, she stays engaged with me. The Customer Experience is just exceptional.”

Good Morning, Jakarta!

Our Mission Continues

Thank you for giving us your time to connect. It brings us back to our roots and core mission of helping to build a better internet. Based on this principle “The Result Never Betrays the Effort’ we believe that what we are striving for today, by creating various innovations in our services and strategies to improve your business, will in time produce the best results. For this reason, we offer our endless thanks for your support and loyalty in continuing to push forward with us. Always at your service!

Good Morning, Jakarta!

Cloudflare Event Crew in Indonesia #CloudflareJKT
Chris Chua (Organiser) | Kate Fleming | Bentara Frans | Ayush Verma | Welly Tandiono | Kartika Mulyo  | Riyan Baharudin

Learn more about Workers Sites at Austin & San Francisco Meetups

Post Syndicated from Andrew Fitch original https://blog.cloudflare.com/learn-more-about-workers-sites-at-austin-san-francisco-meetups/

Learn more about Workers Sites at Austin & San Francisco Meetups

Learn more about Workers Sites at Austin & San Francisco Meetups

Last Friday, at the end of Cloudflare’s 9th birthday week, we announced Workers Sites.

Now, using the Wrangler CLI, you can deploy entire websites directly to the Cloudflare Network using Cloudflare Workers and Workers KV. If you can statically generate the assets for your site, think create-react-app, Jekyll, or even the WP2Static plugin, you can deploy it to our global network, which spans 194 cities in more than 90 countries.

If you’d like to learn more about how it was built, you can read more about this in the technical blog post. Additionally, I wanted to give you an opportunity to meet with some of the developers who contributed to this product and hear directly from them about their process, potential use cases, and what it took to build.

Check out these events. If you’re based in Austin or San Francisco (more cities coming soon!), join us on-site. If you’re based somewhere else, you can watch the recording of the events afterwards.

Growing Dev Platforms at Scale & Deploying Static Websites

Talk 1: Inspiring with Content: How to Grow Developer Platforms at Scale

Serverless platforms like Cloudflare Workers provide benefits like scalability, high performance, and lower costs. However, when talking to developers, one of the most common reactions is, “this sounds interesting, but what do I build with it?”

In this talk, we’ll cover how at Cloudflare we’ve been able to answer this question at scale with Workers Sites. We’ll go over why this product exists and how the implementation leads to some unintended discoveries.

Speaker Bio:
Victoria Bernard is a full-stack, product-minded engineer focused on Cloudflare Workers Developer Experience. An engineer who started a career working at large firms in hardware sales and moved throughout Cloudflare from support to product and to development. Passionate about building products that make developer lives easier and more productive.

Talk 2:  Extending a Serverless Platform: How to Fake a File System…and Get Away With It

When building a platform for developers, you can’t anticipate every use case. So, how do you build new functionality into a platform in a sustainable way, and inspire others to do the same?

Let’s talk about how we took a globally distributed serverless platform (Cloudflare Workers) and key-value store (Workers KV) intended to store short-lived data and turned them into a way to easily deploy static websites. It wasn’t a straightforward journey, but join as we overcome roadblocks and learn a few lessons along the way.

Speaker Bio:
Ashley Lewis headed the development of the features that became Workers Sites. She’s process and collaboration oriented and focused on user experience first at every level of the stack. Ashley proudly tops the leaderboard for most LOC deleted.

Agenda:

  • 6:00pm – Doors open
  • 6:30pm – Talk 1: Inspiring with Content: How to Grow Developer Platforms at Scale
  • 7:00pm – Talk 2:  Extending a Serverless Platform: How to Fake a File System…and Get Away With It
  • 7:30pm – Networking over food and drinks
  • 8:00pm – Event conclusion

Austin, Texas Meetup

Learn more about Workers Sites at Austin & San Francisco Meetups

Register Here »

San Francisco, California Meetup

Learn more about Workers Sites at Austin & San Francisco Meetups

Register Here »

While you’re at it, check out our monthly developer newsletter: The Serverlist


Have you built something interesting with Workers? Let us know @CloudflareDev!

How Customer Success Managers Advocate for and Engage with Customers

Post Syndicated from Cosmin Lita original https://blog.cloudflare.com/how-customer-success-managers-advocate-for-and-engage-with-customers/

How Customer Success Managers Advocate for and Engage with Customers

Hi! My name is Cosmin and I am your Customer Success Manager here at Cloudflare” is how I usually introduce myself and almost always I get met by a blank stare. It could be the name (it’s uncommon, to say the least) but in actual fact, many Customer Success professionals go through the same experience. Could it be that the title doesn’t give away much? What does ‘Customer Success Manager’ actually mean? Is that how they call Customer Support nowadays? And in fact, isn’t everyone in a business responsible for ‘customer success’?

Well let me explain..

Customer Success is a relatively new function that is becoming increasingly popular with XaaS businesses (XaaS stands for Anything as a Service).  With any XaaS product, it is no longer the case that you make a significant investment in a perpetual license and are left to figure out how to implement it, how to use it and what else it can do. XaaS businesses operate a subscription model whereby if the product is not actually solving your problem, you can just stop the subscription and move on. Businesses operating a subscription model need to ensure that there is continuous and even increasing value for their customers. This is what Customer Success teams are responsible for.

As Success Managers, we help customers make the most out of their contracted products and we operate on the assumption that if the products are helping customers solve problems, while delivering ROI, then there is a good motive to renew the subscription. Internally Customer Success performance should, in theory, be easy to measure because customers vote with their wallets. Compound that, as XaaS companies mature, the revenue from existing subscriptions exceeds revenue from new sales (explanation), and there is a good reason why you will meet many, many Customer Success Managers in the foreseeable future.

Customer Success at Cloudflare

Cloudflare is on a mission to help build a better internet and we do that partly by replacing hardware with similar capabilities in the cloud. We are no strangers to subscriptions and Customer Success.

Cloudflare Enterprise customers get allocated a named Customer Success Manager (CSM) to help with, amongst other things: on-boarding, project and resource management on the Cloudflare side, customer training, configuration recommendations, ongoing insights, sharing best practices, point of escalation and more. Going back to what the title is, it’s not easy to come up with a name for a jack of all trades.

Our CSM team is dispersed across multiple offices and time zones. It’s no coincidence that we happen to be physically located next to (literally, a few meters away from) our colleagues in the Solutions Engineering team and Customer Support team. From this perspective, we are quite privileged that we can access resources cross-functionally and pull them into customer meetings. It’s not unusual that we show up at a customer meeting with Jen Taylor, our Head of Product, or one of our C-level execs or even a founder! It’s good for the overall business relationship and good for our senior leaders to see and hear first hand what works and what doesn’t.

Cloudflare’s engineering team release changes multiple times each day so there will always be new functionality that is relevant for our customers. While we do keep customers updated via our blog, regular Enterprise features webinars and the monthly Enterprise newsletter, wouldn’t it be good for someone at Cloudflare (say like a Customer Success Manager) to filter through all this information and provide customers with specific use cases for their specific needs? If you haven’t already, make sure that emails from @cloudflare.com addresses can reach your inbox as we tend to email you from time to time with tailored recommendations and invitations to regular Business Reviews.

And it doesn’t end there..

Your Customer Success Manager will become your advocate and will coordinate internally in an attempt to influence the road map. It may sound like I am talking about double agents here, but it’s true. It is important that we continue to innovate and also work towards delivering our most requested features and product requests. The more problems we can solve for our customers, the more useful our products become. Liaising with the Product team is something that we do very well at Cloudflare but given the broad product offering, we will sometimes have specific requests backlogged.

One of things we are working on improving is our ability to be closer to our customers. We want to see customers where it’s convenient for them and we want to have the opportunity to understand the specifics of different regions in the world. It does make a difference (by an order of magnitude) when we can sit down at the same table and work together towards our customers goals. Internally we’ve been able to map regions to CSMs, but it wasn’t until recently that we have rolled out a solution that scales.

Introducing Customer Success Meetups!

Meetups, we found out, are a great medium for our customers to meet face to face with our team, within their regions and with minimum effort. While organised by the CSM team in collaboration with our Marketing team, it’s not just CSMs that make the trip to various different countries of the world. Product Directors, Product Managers, Engineers and Solutions Engineers typically attend as well as speak at these meet-ups. In addition, we also encourage customers to share use cases and tips. If you haven’t attended one yet, lookout for an invite as we do organise a few every month!

How Customer Success Managers Advocate for and Engage with Customers

What’s the Value of Meeting Customers Face to Face?

My name is Valentine, and like Cosmin, I am part of the CSM team in London! As a CSM, the most exciting part of my role is to meet our customers face to face, shake their hands, and actually meet the people that always sat at the other side of the screen. Meeting customers in person is not only exciting, but also vital to building a strong interpersonal relationship with your customers, getting to know them and their company’s goals better. Customer Meetups are not only a great setting to further foster these relationships, but also to help customers get more value from Cloudflare, because it is a great environment for customers to get to know more about Cloudflare too.

During a recent EMEA meetup, organised in the vibrant city of Berlin, two different customers presented their story with Cloudflare. One customer shared how their Cloudflare use-case changed focus from security to scalability and how this transformation was thanks to Cloudflare Logs’ integration with their preferred visualisation partner, Datadog.

The second customer presentation was more code oriented, and they did a deep dive into their use-case for Workers: how they migrated their front-end to the Edge with Workers. This helped other customers grasp the power of Workers when integrated within their business logic, especially because Workers is a product with so many endless opportunities. Sharing how they are using Workers helped make use-cases more concrete and helped attendees understand the true added-value. There was an enthusiastic Q&A session after each customer story, where customers asked questions of one another directly. Both customer stories enjoyed an enthusiastic session of Q&A, where customers could ask questions to each other directly. As a CSM, it is exciting to see how customers with the same goals and pains can relate to and learn from each other. Meetups are a great environment to give customers the opportunity to meet each other too, and discover other best practices.

During the Berlin event, Alex Cruz Farmer, Product Manager for Cloudflare Web Application Firewall joined us. This was another occasion for customers to get more first hand information and knowledge on what happens behind the scenes from a technical perspective, and also a look into the WAF roadmap. During the networking session, customers could also reach out to Alex in person and get more details on topics they were particularly interested in. It is important for us, as CSMs, to make these PMs accessible and give customers the chance to give their feedback too.

So, in a flexible nutshell, this is how a Customer Meetup format usually looks: an exciting mix between customers sharing their Cloudflare stories, Cloudflare Product and Engineering team members doing demos or sharing what they are working on, followed by a networking session to make sure everyone has a chance to speak to everyone. And, in a successful Customer Meetup, the outcome hopefully is that relationships have flourished, customers have learned from each other and Cloudflare, that Cloudflare has learned from its customers, and that everyone had a good time.

So far, we have organised meetups in EMEA in locations ranging from the UK to Armenia, stopping along the way in places like Malta, Sweden and Russia. Our North America, Latin America, and Asia-Pacific teams have organised more than 11 meetups since the beginning of the year!

The CSM team are by no means professionals at organising events, but as the saying goes “Practice makes perfect”, and with each meetup we continuously iterate and learn from past obstacles to make the next one even better. That is why it really means a lot to us that you join us in our future events that will be coming up this year! We’d also like to invite you to present at our events, if you are keen to be a speaker one day. Also, regardless of where you are in the world, do let us know whether you’d be interested in hosting a Cloudflare Customer Meetup. We would be happy to hear your interest and collaborate with you!

We’d also love to see you at one of our upcoming meetups coming in Johannesburg or Paris.

Hope to meet you soon!
Cloudflare Customer Success team

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

Post Syndicated from Tingting (Teresa) Huang original https://blog.cloudflare.com/deeper-connection-with-the-local-tech-community-in-india/

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

On June 6th 2019, Cloudflare hosted the first ever customer event in a beautiful and green district of Bangalore, India. More than 60 people, including executives, developers, engineers, and even university students, have attended the half day forum.

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

The forum kicked off with a series of presentations on the current DDoS landscape, the cyber security trends, the Serverless computing and Cloudflare’s Workers. Trey Quinn, Cloudflare Global Head of Solution Engineering, gave a brief introduction on the evolution of edge computing.

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

We also invited business and thought leaders across various industries to share their insights and best practices on cyber security and performance strategy. Some of the keynote and penal sessions included live demos from our customers.

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

At this event, the guests had gained first-hand knowledge on the latest technology. They also learned some insider tactics that will help them to protect their business, to accelerate the performance and to identify the quick-wins in a complex internet environment.

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

To conclude the event, we arrange some dinner for the guests to network and to enjoy a cool summer night.

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

Through this event, Cloudflare has strengthened the connection with the local tech community. The success of the event cannot be separated from the constant improvement from Cloudflare and the continuous support from our customers in India.

As the old saying goes, भारत महान है (India is great). India is such an important market in the region. Cloudflare will enhance the investment and engagement in providing better services and user experience for India customers.

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

Post Syndicated from Tingting (Teresa) Huang original https://blog.cloudflare.com/deeper-connection-with-the-local-tech-community-in-india/

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

On June 6th 2019, Cloudflare hosted the first ever customer event in a beautiful and green district of Bangalore, India. More than 60 people, including executives, developers, engineers, and even university students, have attended the half day forum.

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

The forum kicked off with a series of presentations on the current DDoS landscape, the cyber security trends, the Serverless computing and Cloudflare’s Workers. Trey Quinn, Cloudflare Global Head of Solution Engineering, gave a brief introduction on the evolution of edge computing.

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

We also invited business and thought leaders across various industries to share their insights and best practices on cyber security and performance strategy. Some of the keynote and penal sessions included live demos from our customers.

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

At this event, the guests had gained first-hand knowledge on the latest technology. They also learned some insider tactics that will help them to protect their business, to accelerate the performance and to identify the quick-wins in a complex internet environment.

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

To conclude the event, we arrange some dinner for the guests to network and to enjoy a cool summer night.

Deeper Connection with the Local Tech Community in India

Through this event, Cloudflare has strengthened the connection with the local tech community. The success of the event cannot be separated from the constant improvement from Cloudflare and the continuous support from our customers in India.

As the old saying goes, भारत महान है (India is great). India is such an important market in the region. Cloudflare will enhance the investment and engagement in providing better services and user experience for India customers.

Join Cloudflare & Moz at our next meetup, Serverless in Seattle!

Post Syndicated from Giuliana DeAngelis original https://blog.cloudflare.com/join-cloudflare-moz-at-our-next-meetup-serverless-in-seattle/

Join Cloudflare & Moz at our next meetup, Serverless in Seattle!
Photo by oakie / Unsplash

Join Cloudflare & Moz at our next meetup, Serverless in Seattle!

Cloudflare is organizing a meetup in Seattle on Tuesday, June 25th and we hope you can join. We’ll be bringing together members of the developers community and Cloudflare users for an evening of discussion about serverless compute and the infinite number of use cases for deploying code at the edge.

To kick things off, our guest speaker Devin Ellis will share how Moz uses Cloudflare Workers to reduce time to first byte 30-70% by caching dynamic content at the edge. Kirk Schwenkler, Solutions Engineering Lead at Cloudflare, will facilitate this discussion and share his perspective on how to grow and secure businesses at scale.

Next up, Developer Advocate Kristian Freeman will take you through a live demo of Workers and highlight new features of the platform. This will be an interactive session where you can try out Workers for free and develop your own applications using our new command-line tool.

Food and drinks will be served til close so grab your laptop and a friend and come on by!

View Event Details & Register Here

Agenda:

  • 5:00 pm Doors open, food and drinks
  • 5:30 pm Customer use case by Devin and Kirk
  • 6:00 pm Workers deep dive with Kristian
  • 6:30 – 8:30 pm Networking, food and drinks

Join Cloudflare & Moz at our next meetup, Serverless in Seattle!

Post Syndicated from Giuliana DeAngelis original https://blog.cloudflare.com/join-cloudflare-moz-at-our-next-meetup-serverless-in-seattle/

Join Cloudflare & Moz at our next meetup, Serverless in Seattle!
Photo by oakie / Unsplash

Join Cloudflare & Moz at our next meetup, Serverless in Seattle!

Cloudflare is organizing a meetup in Seattle on Tuesday, June 25th and we hope you can join. We’ll be bringing together members of the developers community and Cloudflare users for an evening of discussion about serverless compute and the infinite number of use cases for deploying code at the edge.

To kick things off, our guest speaker Devin Ellis will share how Moz uses Cloudflare Workers to reduce time to first byte 30-70% by caching dynamic content at the edge. Kirk Schwenkler, Solutions Engineering Lead at Cloudflare, will facilitate this discussion and share his perspective on how to grow and secure businesses at scale.

Next up, Developer Advocate Kristian Freeman will take you through a live demo of Workers and highlight new features of the platform. This will be an interactive session where you can try out Workers for free and develop your own applications using our new command-line tool.

Food and drinks will be served til close so grab your laptop and a friend and come on by!

View Event Details & Register Here

Agenda:

  • 5:00 pm Doors open, food and drinks
  • 5:30 pm Customer use case by Devin and Kirk
  • 6:00 pm Workers deep dive with Kristian
  • 6:30 – 8:30 pm Networking, food and drinks

Join Cloudflare India Forum in Bangalore on 6 June 2019!

Post Syndicated from Tingting (Teresa) Huang original https://blog.cloudflare.com/cloudflare-india-forum-in-bangaglore/

Join Cloudflare India Forum in Bangalore on 6 June 2019!

Join Cloudflare India Forum in Bangalore on 6 June 2019!

Please join us for an exclusive gathering to discover the latest in cloud solutions for Internet Security and Performance.

Cloudflare Bangalore Meetup

Thursday, 6 June, 2019:  15:30 – 20:00

Location: the Oberoi (37-39, MG Road, Yellappa Garden, Yellappa Chetty Layout, Sivanchetti Gardens, Bengalore)

We will discuss the newest security trends and introduce serverless solutions.

We have invited renowned leaders across industries, including big brands and some of the fastest-growing startups. You will  learn the insider strategies and tactics that will help you to protect your business, to accelerate the performance and to identify the quick-wins in a complex internet environment.

Speakers:

  • Vaidik Kapoor, Head of Engineering, Grofers
  • Nithyanand Mehta, VP of Technical Services & GM India, Catchpoint
  • Viraj Patel, VP of Technology, Bookmyshow
  • Kailash Nadh, CTO, Zerodha
  • Trey Guinn, Global Head of Solution Engineering, Cloudflare

Agenda:

15:30 – 16:00Registration and Refreshment

16:00 – 16:30 DDoS Landscapes and Security Trends

16:30 – 17:15Workers Overview and Demo

17:15 – 18:00 Panel Discussion – Best Practice on Successful Cyber Security and Performance Strategy

18:00 – 18:30 Keynote #1 – Future edge computing

18:30 – 19:00  Keynote # 2 – Cyber attacks are evolving, so should you: How to adopt a quick-win security policy

19:00 – 20:00 Happy Hour

View Event Details & Register Here »

We look forward to meeting you there!

Join Cloudflare & PicsArt at our meetup in Yerevan!

Post Syndicated from Albina Sultangulova original https://blog.cloudflare.com/cloudflare-and-picsart-meetup/

Join Cloudflare & PicsArt at our meetup in Yerevan!

Cloudflare is partnering with PiscArt to create a meetup this month at PicsArt office in Yerevan.  We would love to invite you to join us to learn about the newest in the Internet industry. You’ll join Cloudflare’s users, stakeholders from the tech community, and Engineers from both Cloudflare and PicsArt.

Tuesday, 4 June, 18:30-21:00

PicsArt office, Yerevan

Join Cloudflare & PicsArt at our meetup in Yerevan!

Agenda:

  • 18:30-19:00   Doors open, food and drinks    
  • 19:00 – 19:30   Areg Harutyunyan, Engineering Lead of Argo Tunnel at Cloudflare, “Cloudflare Overview / Cloudflare Security: How Argo Tunnel and Cloudflare Access enable effortless security for your team”
  • 19:30-20:00    Gerasim Hovhannisyan, Director IT Infrastructure Operations at PicsArt, “Scaling to 10PB Content Delivery with Cloudflare’s Global Network”
  • 20:00-20:30   Olga Skobeleva, Solutions Engineer at Cloudflare, “Security: the Serverless Future”
  • 20:30-21:00   Networking, food and drinks

View Event Details & Register Here »

We’ll hope to meet you soon. Here are some photos from the meetup at PicsArt last year:

Join Cloudflare & PicsArt at our meetup in Yerevan!

Join Cloudflare & PicsArt at our meetup in Yerevan!

Join Cloudflare & PicsArt at our meetup in Yerevan!

Join Cloudflare & PicsArt at our meetup in Yerevan!

Join Cloudflare & Yandex at our Moscow meetup! Присоединяйтесь к митапу в Москве!

Post Syndicated from Andrew Fitch original https://blog.cloudflare.com/moscow-developers-join-cloudflare-yandex-at-our-meetup/

Join Cloudflare & Yandex at our Moscow meetup! Присоединяйтесь к митапу в Москве!
Photo by Serge Kutuzov / Unsplash

Join Cloudflare & Yandex at our Moscow meetup! Присоединяйтесь к митапу в Москве!

Are you based in Moscow? Cloudflare is partnering with Yandex to produce a meetup this month in Yandex’s Moscow headquarters.  We would love to invite you to join us to learn about the newest in the Internet industry. You’ll join Cloudflare’s users, stakeholders from the tech community, and Engineers and Product Managers from both Cloudflare and Yandex.

Cloudflare Moscow Meetup

Tuesday, May 30, 2019: 18:00 – 22:00

Location: Yandex – Ulitsa L’va Tolstogo, 16, Moskva, Russia, 119021

Talks will include “Performance and scalability at Cloudflare”, “Security at Yandex Cloud”, and “Edge computing”.

Speakers will include Evgeny Sidorov, Information Security Engineer at Yandex, Ivan Babrou, Performance Engineer at Cloudflare, Alex Cruz Farmer, Product Manager for Firewall at Cloudflare, and Olga Skobeleva, Solutions Engineer at Cloudflare.

Agenda:

18:00 – 19:00 – Registration and welcome cocktail

19:00 – 19:10 – Cloudflare overview

19:10 – 19:40 – Performance and scalability at Cloudflare

19:40 – 20:10 – Security at Yandex Cloud

20:10 – 20:40 – Cloudflare security solutions and industry security trends

20:40 – 21:10 – Edge computing

Q&A

The talks will be followed by food, drinks, and networking.

View Event Details & Register Here »

We’ll hope to meet you soon.

Разработчики, присоединяйтесь к Cloudflare и Яндексу на нашей предстоящей встрече в Москве!

Cloudflare сотрудничает с Яндексом, чтобы организовать мероприятие в этом месяце в штаб-квартире Яндекса. Мы приглашаем вас присоединиться к встрече посвященной новейшим достижениям в интернет-индустрии. На мероприятии соберутся клиенты Cloudflare, профессионалы из технического сообщества, инженеры из Cloudflare и Яндекса.

Вторник, 30 мая: 18:00 – 22:00

Место встречи: Яндекс, улица Льва Толстого, 16, Москва, Россия, 119021

Доклады будут включать себя такие темы как «Решения безопасности Cloudflare и тренды в области безопасности», «Безопасность в Yandex Cloud», “Производительность и масштабируемость в Cloudflare и «Edge computing» от докладчиков из Cloudflare и Яндекса.

Среди докладчиков будут Евгений Сидоров, Заместитель руководителя группы безопасности сервисов в Яндексе, Иван Бобров, Инженер по производительности в Cloudflare, Алекс Круз Фармер, Менеджер продукта Firewall в Cloudflare, и Ольга Скобелева, Инженер по внедрению в Cloudflare.

Программа:

18:00 – 19:00 – Регистрация, напитки и общение

19:00 – 19:10 – Обзор Cloudflare

19:10 – 19:40 – Производительность и масштабируемость в Cloudflare

19:40 – 20:10 – Решения для обеспечения безопасности в Яндексе

20:10 – 20:40 – Решения безопасности Cloudflare и тренды в области безопасности

20:40 – 21:10 – Примеры Serverless-решений по безопасности

Q&A

Вслед за презентациям последует общение, еда и напитки.

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Ждем встречи с вами!

We want to host your technical meetup at Cloudflare London

Post Syndicated from Andrew Fitch original https://blog.cloudflare.com/we-want-to-host-your-technical-meetup-at-cloudflare-london/

We want to host your technical meetup at Cloudflare London

Cloudflare recently moved to County Hall, the building just behind the London Eye. We have a very large event space which we would love to open up to the developer community. If you organize a technical meetup, we’d love to host you. If you attend technical meetups, please share this post with the meetup organizers.

We want to host your technical meetup at Cloudflare London
We’re on the upper floor of County Hall

About the space

Our event space is large enough to hold up to 280 attendees, but can also be used for a small group as well. There is a large entry way for people coming into our 6th floor lobby where check-in may be managed. Once inside the event space, you will see a large, open kitchen area which can be used to set up event food and beverages. Beyond that is Cloudflare’s all-hands space, which may be used for your events.

We have several gender-neutral toilets for your guests’ use as well.

Lobby

You may welcome your guests here. The event space is just to the left of this spot.

We want to host your technical meetup at Cloudflare London

Event space

This space may be used for talks, workshops, or large panels. We can rearrange seating, based on the format of your meetup.

We want to host your technical meetup at Cloudflare London

Food & beverages

Cloudflare will gladly provide the light snacks and beverages including beer, wine or cider, and sodas or juices we have in our kitchen area. If your attendees would like to have additional food, you are welcome to order additional food. If your meetup is eligible, we may even be able to sponsor your additional food orders. Check out our pizza reimbursement rules for more details.

We want to host your technical meetup at Cloudflare London
Our kitchen area is attached to the event space

How to book the space

If this all sounds good to you and you’re interested in hosting your technical meetup at Cloudflare London, please fill out this form with all the details of your event. If you’d like a tour of the space before booking it, I will gladly show you around and go through date options with you.

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You may also email me directly with any questions you have.

I’ll hope to meet and host you soon!


Want to host an event at Cloudflare’s San Francisco office?

We also warmly welcome meetups in our San Francisco all-hands space. Please read and submit this form if your meetup is Bay Area-based.