3 – 4 October 2011
Conference for developers
of internet highload systems
Welcome to HighLoad++!
Conference for developers of highload systems HighLoad++ will take place in InfoSpace Conference Center on 3 – 4 October 2011!
Our conference will be conducted the fifth time this year, about 700 people will take part in it. It will be the largest event for web developers in Russia. The subject and overall area of the talks are highload sites, scaling, architectures, databases and so on. And we hope that all kinds of internet specialists: lead developers, system administrators, database specialists, system architects and technical directors — will come to InfoSpace Conference Center to discuss some questions about internet highload systems such as
- Designing scalable and fault-tolerant architectures with examples of working solutions;
- Algorithms, real time systems, vertical and horizontal scaling;
- web servers, application servers, databases, message queue systems, publishing/subscription systems, template engines, monitoring systems and other external components that you can use in your solution;
- Databases, databases optimization, network file systems, non-relational databases;
- Network infrastructure, system monitoring, security issues, load balancing, DDOS protection;
- development methodology, business management, staff recruitment, development process organization, estimation of highload projects.
Traditionally we invite most interesting speakers from the major regional and international companies to our events. Here are some of HighLoad++ 2010 key speakers:
- Andrew "Boz" Bosworth, Robert Johnson (Facebook);
- Pavel Durov, Maksim Lapshin (VKontakte);
- Stoyan Stefanov (Yahoo);
- Alexey Kapranov, Ilya Segalovich (Yandex);
- Charles McCathieNevile (Opera);
- Vladimir Perepelitsa, Igor Sysoev (Rambler);
- Bruce Momjian, Simon Riggs (PostgreSQL);
- Alex Mogilevsky, Patrice Pelland (Microsoft);
- Dmitry Kirnotsenskiy, Vladimir Gabrielyan (Mail.Ru);
- Theo Schlossnagle, Robert Treat (OmniTI);
- Patrick Michaud, Jonathan Worthington (Perl);
- John Allspaw (Etsy);
By now we expect Leif Hedstrom (Akamai Technologies), Igor Sysoev (nginx), Mark Nottingham (Yahoo), Pavel Durov (VKontakte), Josh Berkus (PostgreSQL Experts, Inc.) and some others.