Rootconf Hyderabad edition

Rootconf Hyderabad edition

On SRE, systems engineering and distributed systems

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T-Hub, Hyderabad

About Rootconf Hyderabad:

Rootconf Hyderabad is a platform for:

  1. DevOps engineers
  2. Site Reliability Engineers (SRE)
  3. ML and data engineers
  4. Security and DevSecOps professionals
  5. Software engineers

to discuss real-world problems around:

  1. Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)
  2. Data and AI engineering
  3. Distributed systems – observerability, microservices
  4. Implementing Infrastructure as Code

Speakers from Flipkart, Hotstar, Intuit, GO-JEK, MadStreetDen and Trusting Social will share their experiences with the above challenges.

Event venue:

Rootconf Hyderabad will be held at T-Hub, IIIT-Hyderabad Campus, Gachibowli, Hyderabad, Telangana - 500032

Contact information:

For bulk ticket purchases,sponsorship and other inquiries, contact sales@hasgeek.com or call 7676332020

Sponsors:

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Rootconf Hyderabad 2019 sponsors:


Platinum Sponsor

Atlassian

Bronze Sponsors

upcloud Elastic Hashicorp

For information about the event, tickets (bulk discounts automatically apply on 5+ and 10+ tickets) and speaking, call Rootconf on 7676332020 or write to info@hasgeek.com.

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kameshwara rao marthy

@kameshmarthy

Securing Kubernetes secrets with Vault

Submitted Aug 15, 2019

Kubernetes is a popular container orchestration platform, and there is a need for having a robust secret-management system to serve the diverse needs of multiple applications it manages. This session is to demonstrate how to run HashiCorp Vault on Kubernetes and use Vault to store and retrieve secrets for applications running on Kubernetes.

Outline

In this session, i would like to present a) How Kubernetes stores its secrets
b) the need of a secret management system in Kubernetes
c) How Hashicorp vault can help in managing the diverse secrets

Requirements

NA

Speaker bio

I have 10+ years of experience in IT industry. I am working for Thomson Reuters as a lead in cloud and DevOps space. Before joining Thomson Reuters, i was with Cisco and was working on developing large enterprise solutions.

When not working i love to listen to the babbles of my 2 year old daughter, read books and travel places.

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Piyush Verma

Piyush Verma

Observability and Control Theory

Software, by default, is opaque. To see what it’s doing you have to write observation capability into it. This goes beyond logs and stepping through in a debugger - because you have to observe the live system, not your sandbox. Is observability a new concept and how is it different from monitoring? How does Control theory use observability to build systems that thrive on feedback and improve? How… more

18 Aug 2019