SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris 2022: Calculating what we can’t see: carbon emissions in the cloud
In addition to her talk with Fred Plais "Climate change and IT, scaling sustainably", Leah Goldfarb, (@leahgoldfarb), Environmental Impact Officer at Platform.sh, will give us the privilege of talking to us about a second topic with Mary Thomas, Analytics Engineer at Platform.sh:
"Calculating what we can’t see: carbon emissions in the cloud":
The importance of full carbon emissions accounting, including virtual assets, has become the norm and is set to be an environmental compliance issue going forward. These changes are superimposed on a changing regulatory landscape (e.g. the EU’s Green Deal). Although universal common standards are sometimes lacking, our technical understanding is improving. In the interest of Building Anything Together, we will unpack Platform.sh’s approach to carbon calculations, including how we seek to allocate carbon emissions across our product profile and how our customers can contribute to minimizing their carbon footprint in the cloud.
Are you Symfony Developers?, Symfony Newcomers?, PHP developers?, Drupal developers? or IT Professionals?
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November 15-16: Participate in hands-on workshops. Have a look on the different topics!
November 17-18: Take part of the conference organized around 3 tracks with Fabien Potencier, Sebastian Bergmann, Marion Hurteau, Diego Aguiar, Ondřej Mirtes, Titouan Galopin, Pauline Vos, Tomas Votruba, David Buchmann, Alexander M. Turek, Isabel Garrido Cardenas, Stefan Koopmanschap, Mathieu Santostefano, Camille Jouan, Florent Destremau, Fred Plais & Leah Goldfarb, Christopher Hertel, Łukasz Chruściel, Ivo Lukač, Tomasz Kowalczyk, Robin Chalas, Kévin Dunglas, Ryan Weaver, Claudio Zizza, Nathalie Harper, and Erik Evrard.
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