cwestin at yahoo
Dec 17, 2011, 9:48 AM
Post #1 of 3
Hi, I organize the talks for #lspe, the Bay Area Large-Scale Production
[lvs-users] Looking for a speaker on Load Balancers in the San Francisco Bay Area
Engineering Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/SF-Bay-Area-Large-Scale-Production-Engineering/ .
Every month we have an evening of talks about subjects of interest to the
DevOps, Service Engineering, and Site Reliability Engineering communities.
Please take a look at the meetup site and check the "Past" tab to see examples
of the kinds of events we do. I pick a topic, and then look for two to four
speakers who can talk about it.
For our January event, on Thursday, January 19th (http://www.meetup.com/SF-Bay-Area-Large-Scale-Production-Engineering/events/40058102/), I'd like to feature
talks about load balancers. This could cover a lot of ground from basics to
more advanced topics. Examples of the kind of things I'm looking for include
how to set up and use HAProxy, LVS, Amazon ELB, hardware load balancers, or
other software load balancers; how to set up load balancers in pairs or other
configurations to avoid single points of failure; using your own software
load balancer in cloud environments such as EC2; SSL termination; using load
balancers in dynamic environments where nodes come and go; interactions between
load balancers and DNS; issues dealing with sticky sessions; geographic load
balancing; any other topics in this area.
If you would be willing to speak, please contact me at c w e s t i n @ y a h o o (dot) c o m .
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