• EverestEngineering Talks - Chapter 1 : Microservices

    91springboard - Hitech Kondapur

    There are only few tickets. Use code "SCALABILITY" to get the ticket for 500 INR. Register here: https://everest.engineering/#events Microservices are a rapidly expanding architecture for breaking down single “monolithic” APIs into many smaller API services. This can be seen as the next major leap of the API economy. Instead of products and companies publishing a single API, single technology stack, and single database which require overhauling for updates, security, or scalability – each microservice has its own technology stack – enabling dev teams to decouple services and adapt/deploy faster. Use code "SCALABILITY" to get the ticket for 500 INR. Register here: https://everest.engineering/#events - Introduction to EverestEngineering Talks by Craig Brown - Keynote: Software engineering is hard and easy. by Ranganathan Balashanmugam - Microservice Patterns by Vikram Babu Kuruguntla - Who orchestrates the container orchestrator? Who other than 'You'. by Sudhakar Rayavaram - Security in Microservices - Challenges and Approaches. by Faizuddin Mohammed - Observability and Distributed Tracing. by Ranganathan Balashanmugam - Securing the microservices - data and servers by Sandeep Kumar Chittanuri - Caching Microservices by Srinivas Narayanan - 4 Lightning talks. - Panel discussion: Handling microservice in production: The good, the bad, and the ugly. Use code "SCALABILITY" to get the ticket for 500 INR. Register here: https://everest.engineering/#events

  • GeekNight: Internet Privacy and Security Concerns

    Internet Privacy and Security Concerns - What’s the origin of Wannacry? - Is your webcam spying on you? - Who controls the Internet Infrastructure? - Are mobiles secure for communication? - How are the latest mobiles designed? - Can algorithms control/alter our behaviour? - Zero-Day exploits – Are we even aware of them? - “I have nothing to hide!!” Really? - Is there hope? At the end of the session, we will also be presenting the ways in which we can protect ourselves. Chaitanya Muppala is a Project Manager in ThoughtWorks, with strong knowledge in Application Security and implements security related practices in the delivery of solutions. By: Chaitanya Muppala (https://www.linkedin.com/in/chaitanyamuppala/)

  • Geeknight: Scaling a Game Server: From 500 to 100,000 Users

    Scaling a Game Server: From 500 to 100,000 Users Sunil has redesigned a game server that was unable to handle 500 simultaneous users to a something that can handle 100,000 users. The talk discusses the architecture and technology choices that ensured scalability of . Technologies used are Python, gevent, Cassandra, redis, haproxy and WebSockets. The talk will touch upon how this architecture also applies to a typical web applications. By: Sunil Mohan Adapa, Free Software developer and Application Developer at ThoughtWorks (https://twhyderabad.github.io/geeknight/)

  • GeekNight: Converged Data Platform


    Converged Data Platform The need to process huge data is increasing day by day. Processing huge data involves compute, network and storage. In terms of Big Data, What it takes to innovate and what is innovation at the end? This talk provide high level details on the need of big data and capabilities of Mapr converged data platform. By: Vijaya Saradhi Uppaluri, Technical Director at MapR Technologies (https://www.linkedin.com/in/vijaya-saradhi-uppaluri-32a0041/)

  • GeekNight : Building a Data Lake : An App Dev's perspective

    Topic: From tools and technology to people and requirements, what's different in the data engineering space? App development is traditional now. All enterprises want to become data-guided. Data lake is a good start yet the know-hows and do-hows are so many. Sharing experiences from building a data lake in the retail domain, the talk will be covering - What is this vast new space of data engineering, - Why it is critical to think in terms of data rather than features - How important it is to understand these technologies and create a data lake that is usable and insightful to business Agenda: 06:45 to 07:30 Building a data lake : An App Dev's perspective 07:30 to 07:45 Break & Networking 07:45 to 08:30 Continued Speaker: Geetha Balasundaram, Developer @ ThoughtWorks (https://www.linkedin.com/in/geetha-balasundaram-98966919)

  • Self-hosted, Scale, and Federation with Kubernetes v1.4 and Beyond

    Cloud native architecture is becoming more flexible and accommodating of the increasingly diverse needs of operators. This talk will provide an overview of the latest developments on the open source projects CoreOS develops and contributes to in the Kubernetes ecosystem. This talk will cover the introduction of cluster federation, the status of easy to operate "self-hosted" clusters, and the latest progress on etcd v3, and why all of these developments are pushing the envelope of hyperscale infrastructure. And discuss the user demands that are driving these changes. With the rise in demand to run internet services, businesses are all becoming software companies. For businesses to scale and meet these demands, automatic, painless software updates and improved infrastructure are essential. Cloud native infrastructure is designed to meet these demands, and CoreOS is making cloud native solutions available for everyone, with what we call GIFEE: Google’s infrastructure for everyone. This talk will cover the major investments in open source technology CoreOS is making to enable GIFEE. Speaker: Brandon Philips (https://cnkc16.sched.com/speaker/brandon.philips1), CTO, CoreOS, IncBrandon Philips is helping to build modern Linux server infrastructure at CoreOS as CTO. Prior to CoreOS, he worked at Rackspace hacking on cloud monitoring and was a Linux kernel developer at SUSE. As a graduate of Oregon State's Open Source Lab he is passionate about open source technologies.

  • Geek Night: Multi-paradigm programming in Scala and Akka

    6:45 pm - 7:30 pm Multi-paradigm programming in Scala By: Joseph Nuthalapati 7:30 pm - 7:45 pm Break & Networking 7:45 pm - 8:30 pm Designing actor systems in Akka By: Raj Saxena More details: https://twhyderabad.github.io/geeknight/

  • GeekNight: Konjuring Kontainers with Kubernetes

    Orchestrate all your containers with the cutting edge cloud infra deployment tool, know how to build robust, scaling and fault tolerant systems all in a single command. Agenda: 6:45 pm - 7:30 pm Get to know Kubernetes, the newest kid on the block with magic powers. By: Rahul Dé (https://in.linkedin.com/in/crossplatform) 7:30 pm - 7:45 pm Break & Networking 7:45 pm - 8:30 pm Build and deploy on actual app with Kubernetes and see it all go live hands-on! By: Bharat Akkinepalli (https://in.linkedin.com/in/bharat-akkinepalli-ba0b7223)

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  • GeekNight : An Introduction to Image Processing

    Image processing has a variety of applications ranging from consumer applications like photo editing software to research or other applications like biomedical imaging. We'll take a look at some of the basics of image processing and look at some code examples in Octave.