11-12 May 2017, Bangalore
Status: Accepting votes

Theme

Infrastructure platforms have evolved from a phase of mean-time-to-recovery to mean-time-to-service availability. They include features that run across the entire stack to enable resiliency, monitoring, dynamic orchestration of capacity and easy deployment fabric for application workloads.

We are inviting full-length and crisp talks to share problem-solution approaches:

Content for DevConf is intended to be a “from-the-trenches approach”.

The theme of DevConf is aligned with the general theme of Rootconf 2017. The objective is to provide an initial set of topics around the broad notion of infrastructure platforms for the audience. This is expected to set the course for an extended series of expert sessions during 2017-18.

Who should attend?

DevConf will be of importance to developers building application architecture around burst capacity. The discussions focusing on storage, orchestration, scalability and monitoring using on-going technologies available upstream provide viable options of components to choose from and include in software designs.

The track will be of interest to developers and contributors in the following domains:

Why DevConf at Rootconf

The technology space in India has been working for the past couple of years around workload deployment in containers; elastic infrastructure fabric; scaled storage; software defined networking. There are sizeable communities which span from developers to DevOps roles as consumers of the feature improvements.
Red Hat and the Linux Foundation have a history of close collaboration in organizing domain specific conferences such as Vault to address the issue of new problems in infrastructure platforms.
Rootconf, Red Hat and Linux Foundation have partnered to organize and co-host DevConf at Rootconf 2017 to pull together a cohesive group that is working at the edge of technology - by contributing to development conversations and deployment scenarios.

Format

DevConf is part of Rootconf. Tutorials and talks under this track will be held in the banquet hall:

We are inviting proposals for:

Selection Process

Proposals will be filtered and shortlisted by the Editorial Panel of the Platforms track.

Please make sure to add links to videos / slide decks when submitting proposals. This will help us understand your speaking experience and delivery style. Blurbs or blog posts covering the relevance of a particular problem statement and how it is tackled will help the Editorial Panel better judge your proposals.

We expect you to submit an outline of your proposed talk, either in the form of a mind map or a text document or draft slides within one week of submitting your proposal.

Selection Process Flowchart

You can check back on this page for the status of your proposal. We will notify you if we either move your proposal to the next round or if we reject it. Selected speakers must participate in one or two rounds of rehearsals before the conference. This is mandatory and helps you to prepare well for the conference.

A speaker is NOT confirmed a slot unless we explicitly mention so in an email or over any other medium of communication.

There is only one speaker per session. Entry is free for selected speakers.

Important Dates:

Deadline for submitting proposals: 10 April, 2017

Final schedule for the Platforms track: 20 April 2017

Conference dates: 11-12 May, 2017

Contact

For more information about speaking proposals and tickets, contact info@hasgeek.com or call +91-7676332020.

Confirmed sessions

# Speaker Section Level +1 Submitted
1 Your brain on sleep
arpitha jacob (@arpithajacob) Full talk of 40 mins duration Beginner 1 0 Thu, 27 Apr
2 Persistent storage for containers using Gluster
Raghavendra Talur (@raghavendratalur) Crisp talk of 15 mins duration Intermediate 2 1 Tue, 18 Apr
3 Open source infrastructure: another path of growth for open source
Amye (@amye) Full talk of 40 mins duration Beginner 1 0 Wed, 12 Apr
4 SELinux: A deep dive
REJY M CYRIAC (@rejy) Tutorials and workshops on platform technologies Beginner 2 0 Wed, 12 Apr
5 Our journey to dynamic cloud infrastructure using Packer + Terraform + Ansible + Jenkins
Mehul Ved (@mehulved) Full talk of 40 mins duration Beginner 2 1 Wed, 12 Apr
6 Automate your DevOps life with OpenShift pipelines
Václav Pavlín (@vpavlin) Full talk of 40 mins duration Beginner 5 2 Mon, 10 Apr
7 Real-time monitoring GlusterFS using event APIs
Aravinda VK (@aravindavk) Full talk of 40 mins duration Beginner 2 2 Sun, 9 Apr
8 Fabric8: An end-to-end development platform
Baiju Muthukadan (@baijum) Crisp talk of 15 mins duration Beginner 3 4 Thu, 6 Apr
9 Build, test, deliver latest and safest container images effortlessly
Ratnadeep Debnath (@rtnpro) Crisp talk of 15 mins duration Beginner 1 0 Thu, 6 Apr
10 Making Kubernetes simple for developers
Suraj Deshmukh (@surajd) Full talk of 40 mins duration Intermediate 17 0 Tue, 4 Apr
11 Automating deployments with Ansible
Praveen Kumar (@kumarpraveen) Tutorials and workshops on platform technologies Beginner 6 1 Fri, 31 Mar
12 Using CentOS to create a sustainable IoT development model
Jim Perrin (@jperrin) Full talk of 40 mins duration Beginner 9 6 Thu, 30 Mar
13 MySQL administration 101
ligaya turmelle (@lig) Full talk of 40 mins duration Intermediate 1 1 Fri, 10 Mar
14 Migration of 300 microservices from AWS cloud to Snapdeal cloud
Ruchi Singh (@ruchi15) Crisp talk of 15 mins duration Beginner 4 3 Fri, 10 Mar

Unconfirmed proposals

# Speaker Section Level +1 Submitted
1 MiniShift: Run OpenShift Locally
Praveen Kumar Crisp talk of 15 mins duration Beginner 8 1 Mon, 10 Apr
2 Integration testing of apps deployed on Kubernetes using Arquillian-Cube & Forge
Dipak Pawar (@dipakpawar) Full talk of 40 mins duration Intermediate 5 2 Mon, 10 Apr
3 Automating infrastructure using Puppet
Buvanesh Kumar (@buvanesh) Full talk of 40 mins duration Intermediate 1 1 Mon, 10 Apr
4 Next Generation File Replication System In GlusterFS
Mohammed Rafi (@rafikc13) Full talk of 40 mins duration Beginner 3 1 Mon, 10 Apr
5 Managing Containers with Ansible
Peter Schiffer (@pschiffe) Full talk of 40 mins duration Beginner 1 2 Mon, 10 Apr
6 OpenShift Reference Architecture for Google Cloud Platform
Peter Schiffer (@pschiffe) Full talk of 40 mins duration Intermediate 1 2 Mon, 10 Apr
7 Demystifying DHT in GlusterFS
Ankit Raj (@a4nkit) Full talk of 40 mins duration Intermediate 1 2 Mon, 10 Apr
8 Creating and Running Automated Tasks with Taskotron in Fedora
Sumantro Mukherjee (@sumantro) Full talk of 40 mins duration Intermediate 1 2 Sun, 9 Apr
9 Creating Web VR Apps with AFRAME
Sumantro Mukherjee (@sumantro) Crisp talk of 15 mins duration Beginner 1 2 Sun, 9 Apr
10 Reducing Deployment and Management overhead in Microservices Architecture
Saurabh Badhwar (@h4xr) Full talk of 40 mins duration Intermediate 1 1 Sun, 9 Apr
11 SELinux Support over GlusterFS
Jiffin Tony Thottan (@thotz) Crisp talk of 15 mins duration Intermediate 3 3 Thu, 6 Apr
12 Effective integration of devops tools with OpenStack instances using Heat(component of OpenStack) to make desired environment
Anandprakash Tandale (@atandale) Crisp talk of 15 mins duration Intermediate 22 6 Thu, 30 Mar
13 Ansible Virtual Machine Bootstrapper
Toshaan Bharvani (@toshywoshy) Full talk of 40 mins duration Intermediate 1 5 Tue, 28 Feb
14 Microservices infrastructure using Docker + Mesos + Marathon
Ashwini Mutalik Desai (@ashwini-md) Full talk of 40 mins duration Beginner 5 2 Thu, 23 Feb