This session will explore various setups and case studies from my attempts at hosting sites used by global audiences. There are many ways this can be achieved with different levels of success, budgets and global-ness. The talk will touch on Terraform, AWS, global DNS resolution and CDNs amongst other things.

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Use-case oriented talk, very agreable, exhaustive solutions and good atmosphere :)

really bad

Rated 4

Yanick Witschi at 18:03 on 6 Dec 2018

I found the talk very entertaining. Slow start but got better as the minutes passed. Loved how you admitted how stupid you felt :) We all make mistakes! Well done!

Rated 5

Jerzy Zawadzki at 10:14 on 7 Dec 2018

Great, entertaining talk

Rated 4

Tom Adam at 10:17 on 7 Dec 2018

Some great insights in this talk. It was very interesting to hear about the infrastructure behind packagist. The talk was well presented and entertaining.

Rated 3

Antonio Peric at 10:45 on 7 Dec 2018

Interesting talk, but not something useful in most cases i think

Interesting talk. I would love to hear more about AWS & Terraform.

It's always good when people can admit to their mistakes. Also, this stuff is hard, so it's good when well known people in the community come out and say that. It's a clear sign to anyone else that they're not the only ones struggling with it!

Great talk with a great atmosphere and nice story line. Very follow-able. The conclusion felt a bit like a surprise the presentation felt like preparing me for a different conclusion.

I'm sorry to select such a low mark, I've never really been deceived with one of Jordi's talk before.

From my own point of view, the slides were slightly light, and while I do particularly love honest feedback on a topic (which is definitely the case here), I found the delivery not as easy to follow as it could.

It was interesting to hear a different approach and challenges when going global on a *low budget*.