Call for round the year submissions for Rootconf in 2020

Call for round the year submissions for Rootconf in 2020

Submit a proposal at any time in the year on DevOps, infrastructure security, cloud, and distributed systems. We will find you a suitable opportunity to share your work.

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About Rootconf:

Rootconf is HasGeek’s annual conference – and now a growing community – around DevOps, systems engineering, DevSecOps, security and cloud. The annual Rootconf conference takes place in May each year, with the exception of 2019 when the conference will be held in June.

Besides the annual conference, we also run meetups, one-off public lectures, debates and open houses on DevOps, systems engineering, distributed systems, legacy infrastructure, and topics related to Rootconf.

This is the place to submit proposals for your work, and get them peer reviewed by practitioners from the community.

Topics for submission:

We seek proposals – for short and long talks, as well as workshops and tutorials – on the following topics:

  1. Case studies of shift from batch processing to stream processing
  2. Real-life examples of service discovery
  3. Case studies on move from monolith to service-oriented architecture
  4. Micro-services
  5. Network security
  6. Monitoring, logging and alerting – running small-scale and large-scale systems
  7. Cloud architecture – implementations and lessons learned
  8. Optimizing infrastructure
  9. SRE
  10. Immutable infrastructure
  11. Aligning people and teams with infrastructure at scale
  12. Security for infrastructure

Contact us:

If you have questions/queries, write to us on rootconf.editorial@hasgeek.com

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N. CHATURV3DI

@chaturv3di

Demystifying Artificial Intelligence for Everyone

Submitted Apr 30, 2019

Humans have fancied and feared humanoid machines for more than 2000 years. In this talk, we follow the thread that ties our search for super-human machines together with millennia of developments in philosophy, logic, and mathematics. We take a closer look at what Machine Learning & AI really are, what they aren’t, and how they are affecting our societies. This is a non-technical talk, accessible to laypersons from all disciplines. No math required.

Outline

  • A History: From Panini to Leibniz to Turing
  • What is AI & What it isn’t
  • What Awaits Us

Requirements

Curiosity and an interest in history of science & technology.

Speaker bio

Humans have fancied and feared humanoid machines for more than 2000 years. In this talk, we follow the thread that ties our search for super-human machines together with millennia of developments in philosophy, logic, and mathematics. We take a closer look at what AI really is, what it isn’t, and how it is affecting our societies. This is a non-technical talk, accessible to laypersons from all disciplines. No math required.

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Manjunath

Artificial intelligence techniques for the effective resource management over the cloud

Today, the cloud infrastructure is limited by the haphazard packaging of applications being offered as the service. Most of the time, a big application holds the resources and lacks flexibility while a short one calls for too many transactions with the peripherals to realize a solution. To address the same in cloud native, a mechanism based on the traffic statistics, buffer dynamics and intended … more

30 Apr 2019