Rootconf 2016

Rootconf is India's principal conference where systems and operations engineers share real world knowledge about building resilient and scalable systems.

The webscale peace agreement or how Snapdeal is ending the battle between operations and developers

Submitted by Yagnik (@yagnik) on Sunday, 31 January 2016

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Technical level

Beginner

Section

Full talk

Status

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Objective

The talk is intended to help understand how to scale operations and developers with the help of cultural and process changes that allow you to innovate faster with higher accountability and reliability.

Description

Operation teams usually end up being small, centralized and usually overwhelmed with production deploys and issues at most organizations. Along with high pressure, most organizations are unable to grow their operations team at the same pace and reliability as the rest of the product making them the obvious bottleneck from slow release cycle, to lack of knowledge about the system in case of failure.

This talk will dive into how we are evolving the traditional model of operations into a nimble, decentralized and self servicing team that enables infrastructure and product in order to accelerate our speed of innovation while maintaining reliability.

Some topics that will be covered as part of the talk are:

  • history of operations at companies and how it usually evolves

  • issues faced by operations and the organization

  • how site reliability engineering changes our perspective

Speaker bio

Yagnik builds infrastructure and services @ Snapdeal

Comments

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    Jasnoor Gill (@jasnoorgill) 2 years ago (edited 2 years ago)

    Sounds like an interesting talk about ops at a large Indian startup :)

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