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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Accepting submissions till 31 Dec 2020, 12:00 PM

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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Paul Rajesh

@paulrajesh

Leveraging Machine Learning to Reduce Mean Time to Identify and Resolve Issues when handling Systems/Applications at Scale

Submitted Mar 7, 2019

“Our fascination with the use of computing power to augment human decision-making has likely outgrown even the tremendous advances made in algorithmic approaches,”said Christian Beedgen, Co-founder and CTO, Sumo Logic. “In reality, the successful use of AI and related techniques is still limited to areas around image recognition and natural language understanding, where input/output scenarios can be reasonably constructed, and that will not change drastically in 2019. The idea that any business can “turn on AI” to become successful or more successful is preposterous, no matter how much data is being collected. But the collection of data to support humans and algorithms continues and raises important ethical questions and is something we need to pay close attention to over the next few years. Data is human and therefore is just as messy as humans. Data does not create objectivity. It is well established that data and algorithms perpetuate existing biases and automated decisions are — at best — difficult to explain and justify. Appealing such decisions is even harder when we fall into the trap of thinking data and algorithms combine to create objective truth. With greater decision-making power comes much greater responsibility, and humans will increasingly be held accountable for the impact of decisions their business makes.”

Outline

Ability to scale to 1000s of servers and services on click of a button, has resulted in an explosion of machine generated data to Terabytes and Petabytes. Most importantly, business models have also changed to running digital platforms, in comparison to the old economy-based businesses. This has resulted in a different paradigm shift in the way, IT and Software systems are managed and maintained, because the most critical part of this business model is to deliver amazing world class user experience on these digital platforms.

And when we need to do so (manage and maintain the systems, keeping a sharp focus on customer experience), time to identify and resolve issues in the shortest time possible, or for that matter proactively look at possible issues, becomes critical. This is where adoption of machine learning in analyzing machine generated logs help in delivering a IT ecosystems at scale. This also involves adopting a Dev-Sec-Ops culture within the organization.

Here is the outline:

  1. Evolution of business models and how digital platforms are most valued, in comparison to traditional business models
  2. How scale has been made possible in a Dev-Sec-Ops world, running a digital platform delivering amazing customer experience
  3. To be successful - 1. Amazing customer experience 2. Security and 3. Innovation
  4. Running digital platforms at scale
  5. How to leverage Machine Learning to reduce mean time to identify and resolve issues
  6. Adopting a DEVSECOPS culture within the organization when you want to run digital ecosystems at scale

Requirements

Not applicable

Speaker bio

Paul is a highly experienced management and technical professional with expertise in Operations, Enterprise Products, and Product Management. Having around 17 years of cumulative experience, specialties include Management & Strategy, Market/ Channel Development, Analytics & Business Intelligence, and Entrepreneurship.

Links

Slides

https://www.eweek.com/innovation/predictions-2019-how-ai-machine-learning-continue-to-impact-us

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Make a submission

Accepting submissions till 31 Dec 2020, 12:00 PM

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Rootconf is a forum for discussions about DevOps, infrastructure management, IT operations, systems engineering, SRE and security (from infrastructure defence perspective). more