Rootconf is a platform to discuss real-world problems around Site Reliability Engineering (SRE), network management, cloud, infrastructure, distributed systems and DevSecOps.
Participants, speakers and reviewers who attend/contribute to Rootconf include:
- DevOps engineers
- Site Reliability Engineers (SRE)
- Security and DevSecOps professionals
- Software engineers
- Network engineers
The Delhi edition will bring new ideas, new community members and novel problem-solving approaches around:
- Networking engineering and network security
- Infrastructure automation, including tooling and architecture approaches
- Cloud architecture
Rootconf Delhi will be held on 18 January, 2020. The event venue will be announced shortly. Workshops will be held before and after the conference.
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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 email@example.com.
Load balancing: in-depth study to scale @80K TPSReferencing the 13 yr old article of willy tarreau ( 2006 ) 5 categories of LB Evaluation params of LBs DNS Load Balancing Detail Layer ¾ Loadbalancing Haproxy example and monitoring params Layer 7 Loadbalancing Hardware and Software Routing ( setups and cases of each ) LVS: history and implementation NAtting Direct Routing Tunnel Based routing RP Filter What to monitor Interrupts handling and CPU affinity HA with Keepalived and consul References
Zawinski's Law for WebservicesEvery program attempts to expand until it can read mail. Those programs which cannot so expand are replaced by ones which can. Does every service need to run a webserver on its own port ? Email requestor uses S/MIME signed and encrypted email to service@server server can route requests to services service can send S/MIME signed and encrypted response to requestor Reduces complexity, increases security Service providers focus on the service rather than the interface Demo