About Rootconf Pune:
Rootconf Pune is a conference for:
- DevOps engineers
- Site Reliability Engineers (SRE)
- Security and DevSecOps professionals
- Software engineers
- Network engineers
The Pune edition will cover talks on:
- InfoSec and application security for DevOps programmers
- DNS and TLS 1.3
- SRE and distributed systems
- Containers and scaling
Speakers from Flipkart, Hotstar, Red Hat, Trusting Social, Appsecco, InfraCloud Technologies, among others, will share case studies from their experiences of building security, SRE and Devops in their organizations.
Two workshops will be held before and after Rootconf Pune:
- Full-day Prometheus training workshop on 20 September, conducted by Goutham V, contributor to Prometheus and developer at Grafana Labs. Details about the workshop are available here: https://hasgeek.com/rootconf/2019-prometheus-training-pune/
- Full-day DNS deep dive workshop on 22 September by Ashwin Murali: https://hasgeek.com/rootconf/2019-dns-deep-dive-workshop-pune/
Rootconf Pune will be held on 21 September at St. Laurn Hotel, Koregaon Park, Pune-411001.
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For information about the event, tickets (bulk discounts automatically apply on 5+ and 10+ tickets) and speaking, call Rootconf on 7676332020 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Lets talk about TLS 1.3
SSL/TLS is probably the most widely used security protocol on the internet. Since heartbleed was discovered a few years back, this protocol has been constantly audited and evaluated by security researchers around the world. TLS 1.3 is the latest version of the protcol designed from ground up to be more secure than its previous versions. This talk discusses new features and security improvements in TLS 1.3.
We will talk about what SSL/TLS is, why it is important for the internet. Then take a brief look at few of the security flaws in the protocol over the years. The finally look at security and performance improvements in TLS 1.3. Lastly why should this affect you as a systems engineer, system administrator, developer or even as a normal user.
Basic understanding of how protocols work, basic understanding of cryptography.
I work as a Principal Product Security Engineer with Red Hat. I have been involved with high impact security flaws specially related to SSL/TLS over the last 10 years. I am a part of various upstream security teams and a contributor to Fedora security team.