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Rootconf 2016

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

DTrace: Live tracing for Unix systems

DTrace: Live tracing for Unix systems

Tod McQuillin

20 minutes16 April 2016
Evolution of Monitoring

Evolution of Monitoring

Aveek Misra

16 minutes21 April 2016
Failure at Cloud and rescued by Python

Failure at Cloud and rescued by Python

Kushal Das

44 minutes21 April 2016
How TV newsrooms work and what you can learn from them

How TV newsrooms work and what you can learn from them

Kamala Sripada

45 minutes16 April 2016
Goblin - Automated Resiliency Testing

Goblin - Automated Resiliency Testing

Shailesh Hegde

14 minutes22 April 2016
Merge Hells?? Feature Toggle to the Rescue

Merge Hells?? Feature Toggle to the Rescue

Leena S N

21 minutes22 April 2016
7 Pitfalls for DevOps in Enterprises

7 Pitfalls for DevOps in Enterprises

Deepak Jain

18 minutes21 April 2016
Working in and with Open Source Communities

Working in and with Open Source Communities

Bernd Erk

36 minutes22 April 2016
War story: Implementing Puppet on 15000 servers in a traditional enterprise

War story: Implementing Puppet on 15000 servers in a traditional enterprise

Walter Heck

29 minutes22 April 2016
Lessons from database failures

Lessons from database failures

Colin Charles

1 hour21 April 2016
Continuous deployment at Scale

Continuous deployment at Scale

Premshree Pillai

44 minutes21 April 2016
Lessons in moving from physical hosts to Mesos

Lessons in moving from physical hosts to Mesos

Raj Shekhar

30 minutes16 April 2016
Happiness through Crash-Only software

Happiness through Crash-Only software

Antoine Grondin

45 minutes21 April 2016
Handling logs, events and metrics using Heka

Handling logs, events and metrics using Heka

Sid Ramesh

24 minutes22 April 2016
Design patterns in Microservices using Gilmour

Design patterns in Microservices using Gilmour

Piyush Verma

45 minutes21 April 2016
Building for Disasters: approach to robust systems

Building for Disasters: approach to robust systems

Pracheta Budhwar

19 minutes21 April 2016
Chaos Engineering and design patterns for building highly available services

Chaos Engineering and design patterns for building highly available services

@diptanu

1 hour16 April 2016
The transition: Manual => Automated => Distributed monitoring

The transition: Manual => Automated => Distributed monitoring

saurabh hirani

16 minutes21 April 2016
Of the building of a Postgres cluster

Of the building of a Postgres cluster

Srihari Sriraman

43 minutes21 April 2016
The webscale peace agreement or how Snapdeal is ending the battle between operations and developers

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

Yagnik

47 minutes16 April 2016
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