OSS Days (Open Source Software Days) is a two day (30 & 31 October, 2020),
virtual, developer-focussed, community driven conference on Cloud &
Open Source technologies, meant for professionals & open source
What to expect?
Level 300 to 400 talks focussed on the theme “Cloud & Open Source Technologies” starting from best practices to how to scale your Open Source journey with unlimited fun and hands-on demos.
What to expect from the workshop?
Get hands-on workshop on Kubernetes & GitHub Actions by Industry Experts.
As per the latest 451 Research’s industry-leading analysis, around 94% of AI adopters are using or plan to use containers within one year. Undoubtedly, containers are revolutionizing a variety of workloads across the enterprise IT space, and AI adopters seem keen on using this technology to improve their AI workloads. 55% percent say they are currently using containers to deploy their AI models into production, and a further 39% plan to do so within the next year. Furthermore, more than half (56%) of companies that plan to adopt AI in the next year say they will do so using containers. AI adopters are intrigued by the benefits of scalability and speed that containers can bring to their AI deployments. In this talk I am going to showcase how Docker containers are used to implement object detection and analytics using RedisEdge Stack.
In this talk you will understand the power of Azure DevOps which helps in automating build & release process faster for multiple languages & framework.
This talk will serve as a practical introduction to Distributed Tracing. We will see how we can make best use of open source distributed tracing platforms like Hypertrace with Azure and find the root cause of problems and predict issues in our critical business applications beforehand.
DevOps spearheads automation within the software pipeline and breaks silos between the team - creating a harmonious and collaborative environment. GitOps - DevOps on GitHub is now a reality. In this session we will learn how to set up a fully automated stack on GitHub with its in-house CI/CD tool - GitHub Actions, paired with build tools like NPM, Package Manager - GitHub Packages, Container Engine - Docker paired with third-party tools like HashiCorp Terraform for Infrastructure Automation and Ansible for Configuration Management.
Kubernetes is the most popular container orchestration platform. It helps to easily deploy & scale applications. There are times when we need to scale services based on external events such as messages in queue. In such scenarios, Kubernetes-based Event Driven Autoscaling (KEDA) project helps to scale containers to and from zero. Join this exciting session to see how we can scale a message consumer based on the number of messages in the RabbitMQ queue.
In today's times where the data is spread across clouds it would be a boon to have features to consolidate data to a cloud of choice. This feature would help users to analyze data faster spread across various clouds and eliminate any network latency in accessing data at the same time. This is possible,using a platform like SODA that enables users to access multiple clouds at the same time. Hear us talk about a few such scenarios and demonstrate data migrations between clouds using SODA.
In this talk, We will kick of with discussing about serverless computing and later move to solve a problem statement by refactoring an existing Web API written in .Net Core using Web API to a Serverless API with the help of Azure Functions. The Serverless API will be able to do CRUD operations by connecting to Azure SQL. Finally we will deploy this application to Azure for everyone to test it.
I would talk about how students can become a part of Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors Program, how students can use Microsoft Learn and setting up an Azure account and Benefits of being of MLSA.
This session is a short version of - "50 days from zero to hero with Kubernetes",
you'll understand the basics of Kubernetes and get hands-on experience with its
various components, capabilities, and solutions.
We will see some live examples & get access to content which will help you drive future app development in your organization.
GitHub Actions makes it easy to automate all your software workflows with world-class CI/CD. Pairing that with Kubernetes, your deployments become more robust. In this demo-first session, we will look at how GitHub Actions can be used to build, test, and deploy your code to a Kubernetes cluster - all right from GitHub!
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Yes, Open Source Software Days registration is absolutely FREE and you don’t need to pay anything to attend the conference.
Open Source Software Days is an online conference that you can attend from anywhere. The live session link will be shared with the registered participants a day or two before the conference day.
No, you don’t need to register separately for the workshop. You can choose to register
for any of the following options
i) Register for conference & workshop
ii) Register for conference only
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Yes, you can ask questions to our speakers by commenting on the comment box. The speaker will answer to those questions after their sesisons ends.
Once you register for the conference we will keep you notified with all the details regarding the conference including the links to join the conference.
The objective of most of the developer communities is to help developers learn, upskill or adopt latest and best - and that’s the objective of the conference as well! We invite community partners to support each other in spreading the word about the conference in your community and in return, the conference will provide wider visibility to your community! From past experience with similar conferences, Open Source Software Days website will have tens of thousands of visitors. Your community will get more visibility by becoming a community partner. In return, we expect you to share details about the conference in your meetup group, email lists and social media. We would definitely love to partner with you. Just drop us a mail here if you are interested in making your’s a community partner for the Open Source Software Days.
Thank you for your interest in speaking at the conference. Please submit your CFP here. If your session is selected by our review panel, we’ll get in touch with you to schedule your session at the conference.
Yes, we do provide a participation certificate to those who are interested. You need to attend the conference to receive it. Towards the end of the conference, we’ll share a feedback link - in that you can mention you need the participation certificate and we’ll send it to you.
Yes, of course. We’ll share the learning material in a GitHub link. The session video recordings and links to slides will be shared in this same website after the conference.