Event Agenda and Speaker info
10:45 - Registration
11:00 - Tea
11:15 - Keynote - Unni Arvindakshan, Vice President Production Engineering , Yahoo.
11:30 - Demystifying Cloud and Big Data and deploying Big Data on Cloud - Anil Bidari , CEO Cloud Enabled.
Cloud and Big data are buzz words with full of Jargons. In his talk Anil would take us through cloud and virtualization, Cloud Computing Deployment Models ( Private,Public and HybridCloud), Cloud Computing Service Models ( IaaS,PaaS, SaaS). Where BigData Started , How BigData works, How BigData is used today, How to deploy BigData on Cloud .
Anil Bidari, is a well known person in Storage and Cloud Computing Industry, and he is more popularly known as “Cloud Guru”. He has done versatile roles in Industry right from handling “Garuda” Grid Computing Project in CDAC. Has been keynote speaker at iiconference.net.He is a Certified Cloud Expert on Vmware ESXi ,Citrix Xen Server, Hyper-V 2012 and Openstack. He is an review member of IEEE - Cloud Computing Innovation Council of India (http://ccici.in). He is presently authoring a book to be launched soon entitled as "Cloud Computing - A Landscape".
12:15 - Securing Large Scale Web Application using SSL - Bhaskar Sengupta, Principal Engineer, Yahoo
This is a talk about securing Web applications by implementing TLS. Bhaskar would cover the basics of the protocol, take us through the process of generating self-signed SSL certificates and configuring SSL in ATS / HTTPD / Nginx. He would also provide tips and tools of troubleshooting and show some handy OpenSSL tricks
Bhaskar is well known in our community. He is a speaker since the first event. He would be delivering his 4th talk in our 9th event.
12:50 - Lunch
1:45 - Managing Resource at Scale with Apache Mesos - Dharmesh Kakadia, Research Assistant , Microsoft
Resource management at scale without sacrificing performance is challenging. Apache Mesos is a cluster management framework allowing resources to be shared among multiple frameworks like Hadoop, Spark, Storm, Jenkins, Aurora, Chronos and others. Mesos makes better utilization of cluster resources while providing isolation. Due to flexible approach of fine grained resource sharing, its very easy to run existing applications and frameworks on top of Mesos.
Dharmesh is currently a Research Assistant @ Microsoft Research India and MS by Research student at IIIT-Hyderabad. His research interest is at the intersection of Systems and Data. He is currently focusing on resource management in large scale data infrastructures. He is currently also writing a book on Apache Mesos target to practitioners.
2:20 - Alert Management at Scale with Citoengine - Cyrus, Sr. Tech Lead ( Production Engineering ) , InMobi
CitoEngine is a completely open source alert management and automation too. It allows you to manage large volume of alerts and trigger actions. These actions could notify or act on the alert by executing a script (a plugin). It is ideal alert management service for teams who have multiple monitoring systems. Look for Citoengine at :
http://www.citoengine.org & https://github.com/CitoEngine
Cyrus have been working as a sysadmin for over 14 years. Over the years, he has found that managing alerts is one of the hardest problems, especially during outages. This project is his independent effort to come up with a simplistic approach to solving this problem. Cyrus is also well known in our community.
2:55 - Scaling up operations at 1 million TPS with Aerospike - Anshu Prateek, Lead Devops, Aerospike, Bangalore
Do you dream to scale up your operations to thousands of queries per second?
Or do you already work at millions of transactions per second? And either of these two numbers give you operational nightmares? This talk will aim at talking about large scale production features of THE nosql solution, Aerospike.
Anshu works at Aerospike as a Lead Devops where they are building a distributed NoSQL database which is tuned for high throughput and low latency applications. Before joining Aerospike he worked with Yahoo Search Production Engineering team, where he got exposed to the large scale.
3:30 - Open forum
3:45 onwards - Tea, snacks and networking.
Enter into the EGL park from Koramangala Indiranagar intermediate ring road. The second building on your right is the venue, Yahoo!. This is the Torrey Pines building. Take the first right to get into the reception Ask the security for help and tell them that you have come for the LSPE event at Yahoo and they will help you park.