Distributed Systems Conf is India’s foremost conference on Distributed Systems. The third edition of the conference will be held in Pune on the 1st of February 2020. A single track event, the conference will also have a preceding workshop where the attendees get to experiment with some of the Distributed Systems.
Distributed Systems Conference started off as a meetup group that quickly caught on and became a community of technologists. You can check out the meetup group.
We’ve had two successful conferences that have brought people from all over the world to geek out on a bunch of topics ranging from Consensus Problems, Blockchain Systems and Distributed Systems from an organisational point of view.
We are now inviting proposals for talks for the DSConf 2020.
Distributed Systems Conference attracts a niche audience of technology professionals, enthusiasts and students who love geeking out on complex problem statements around distributed systems.
The event has two types of talk formats:
- Standard Talks - 45 mins
- Lightening Talks - 10 mins
We’re also hosting a workshop which would be between 2-3 hours in duration, and hands on.
We’re inviting proposals for both type of talks formats and the workshop. While there is no hard boundary on the topics you can choose to propose, we’re slightly biased towards insightful, research based topics falling under the domain of distributed systems or real life implementation of distributed systems. Our Meetup group and last edition’s talks should give you an idea of the kind of talks we like to present.
Some of the topics for your consideration:
- Peer-to-Peer Systems
- Failure Management
- Performance Modelling
- Grid Computing
- Distributed System Security
- Multi-Core System
We have a preference for real life scenarios, applications and case studies of how you went about implementing solutions for problems your product/company faced.
An editorial team will review the proposals and shortlist the talks. We might reach out to discuss your submissions.
We look forward to your proposals!