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Rootconf 2018 calling out all DevOps, DevSecOps and IT managers for meeting and learning at one place

Rootconf 2018 calling out all DevOps, DevSecOps and IT managers for meeting and learning at one place

The current workflows in technology infrastructure management is becoming complicated and messy. With the recent reports of security breaches due to leaky infrastructure across the industry and government, the need for a secure IT architecture is increasing.

HasGeek’s flagship annual conference – Rootconf 2018, is India’s leading conference on DevOps, IT infrastructure and SRE (Site Reliability Engineering) that calls in systems and operations engineers to meet and share knowledge about building reliable systems.

Rootconf will appeal to security professionals, technologists and decision-makers in the startups and enterprises about:

1. Thorough evaluation of the various open source solutions and the standards available for ensuring better infrastructure security and to negotiate better data security with the telcos.

2. Designing and configuring reliable systems through modern SRE practices including load balancing,  monitoring, error management, microservices and, log aggregation.

Event Schedule:

Dates:: 10 and 11 May, 2018
Time:: 9:30am – 6:00 pm
Venue:: NIMHANS Convention Centre, Bangalore
Website:: https://rootconf.in/2018/

Who will attend?

The conference will bring together the SRE and security experts from across India and Asia comprising DevOps, DevSecOps, Systems Engineers, Architects and IT managers.

A look at the speakers

The conference will feature security experts like:

  • Alisha Gurung – network engineer at Bhutan Telecom
  • Colin Charles – chief evangelist from Percona Foundation
  • Pukhraj Singh – f former national cybersecurity manager for Aadhaar project
  • Derick Thomas – former network engineer at VSNL and Bharti Airtel
  • A. S. M. Shamim Reza – information security expert.
  • Rachna Khaira – reporter at Tribune

The event will also have some Birds of Feather (BOF) sessions on microservices, container strategies, future of DevOps, DevSecOps and other key technologies that can help in securing your infrastructure.

The event is sponsored by Intuit, MySQL, E2E Networks, Walmart Labs, DigitalOcean, FreeBSD Foundation, and many leading names. This year, the conference will have more than 400 attendees.

The event is being presented and curated by HasGeek – that helps people in technology come together to meet and collaborate on new opportunities, and come up with new strategies and tools to advance technology.

DHN readers get a special discount

Being the media partner of Rootconf 2018, DHN provides its readers a 10% discount on registration.

Stay tuned to get the latest updates about the event.

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