Public lectures
by visiting geeks

Shyam Mani

Based out of Singapore, Shyam (aka fox2mike on IRC and most of the intertubes) is one of the folks on the Mozilla IT team outside the USA. A geek at heart, he’s a part-time Gentoo developer, loves photography and volunteers as a race official for Formula 1 races in Singapore and Australia.

A peek into Mozilla IT

Mozilla IT manages over 7 datacenters in San Jose, Santa Clara, Phoenix in the US and Amsterdam as well as Beijing and 7 offices in Mountain View, San Francisco, Vancouver, Toronto, Paris, Auckland and Beijing with over 4000 servers and virtual machines. They support Mozilla's mission on a 24/7 basis by making sure critical infrastructure functions as expected and is always available (when they're not being BOFHs). The 45 member strong team is primarily based out of the US and has a person each in India and Singapore.

This talk will provide an insight into Mozilla's Infrastructure in terms of scale and the methods/tools used to manage the same.

We will open with lightning talks from Bangalore's geeks. That means you. Give us a 5-10 minute intro to the tools you use or how your organization's IT is structured. Help get the mood going before Shyam's talk.

Registrations are closed

Tuesday, 27 December 2011, Bangalore

Welcome with tea, coffee and snacks
18:00 - 18:15
Lightning Talks
18:15 - 19:00
A peek into Mozilla IT
19:00 - 20:00

Supported by

The Center for Internet and Society

The Center for Internet and Society

No. 194, 2nd C Cross, 4th Main,
Opposite Domlur Club,
Domlur 2nd Stage, Bangalore - 560071,
Karnataka, India

Ph: +91 80 4092 6283

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