Rootconf is just around the corner, and Red Hat has sponsored a dedicated track for devconf at the conference.

Rootconf is India’s largest gathering of systems and operations engineers to share real world knowledge about building reliable systems. This year is the fifth edition. The theme is Service Reliability Engineering (SRE).

Talks, workshops, and Off-The-Record (OTR) sessions at Rootconf will equip the following target groups to tackle service reliability problems more effectively.

Who should be there? — Systems engineers, sysadmins, and DevOps. Decision-makers: CEOs, CTOs and CFOs. Enterprises.

Rootconf [1] to happen in Bangalore on 11th and 12th May…

RootConf is an annual conference in Bangalore, India organised by the wonderful folks at HasGeek. It was held on the 14th and 15th of April of 2016. rootconf is dedicated to #devops in general but had folks all streams of the locally thriving IT and StartUp industry. This was my first rootconf, although I have attended the previous conferences organized by HasGeek like The Fifth Elephant, JSfoo . HasGeek gets “Hacker Culture”, right from distributing CAT-5e UTP LAN cables as Lanyards to giving out Yubikeys to every participants in a very professionally packed sponsor kit to having a well defined…

Unlearn, you must.

The worst thing that could happen to an ageing engineer is the lack of curiosity and boredom. One of the blessing in disguise, being in the high technology industry is that, all your free time is spent in learning, one may argue that 25% of the present bleeding edge technology knowledge we may hold at this moment , might be irrelevant with in a year. Having said that, there are certain textbook learning Paths which have permanent lasting impression on the basics of programming. …

Exploring the ghost town of Hampi, the erstwhile Vijayanagar

Read about the UNESCO World Heritage Site | Hampi, Karnataka India. |

Plumeria Tree at the Vijaya Vittala Temple | Hampi | Hospet Karnataka

Ramakrishna Reddy Yekulla

Principal Engineer at Red Hat, . All the opinions are strictly my own do not represent the views or opinion of Red Hat.

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