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On May 14-15, 2017, we'll hold and Traffic Server and Traffic Control Summit, in Miami, Florida.  The Summit will be right before ApacheCon 2017 NA.  All developers and community participants are welcome to join! If you plan on attending, please RSVP below.  There will be a fee of $150 to cover the cost of the conference rooms.

When and Where

When

Sunday May 14th through Monday May 15th, 2017.

Where

InterContinental Miami Information

100 Chopin Plaza

Miami, Florida 33131

Officially register and pay

Schedule 

 

 SundayMonday
 Traffic ServerTraffic ControlTraffic ServerTraffic Control
9:00 AMOpening - Bryan Call & Jan van Doorn
QUIC - Masakazu Kitajo

Traffic Control 2.1 - CDN table and data migration

- Jan van Doorn

9:30 AMATS 7.x LTS and 8.x Release - Leif Hedstrom
Self Service - Nir Sopher
Postinstall - Dan Kirkwood
10:00 AM
C++11 Reprise - Alan Carroll
XSteering DS and the state of TR / TM - Jeff Elsloo
10:30 AMV2.0 TO UI Jeremy Mitchell

Next Hop

(parent selection, hostdb, clustering, CARP)

- Vijay Mamidi

 

 

Highly Available Traffic Ops on Postgres

- Dewayne Richardson

11:00 AMClang tidy - Bryan Call

Traffic Ops 2.0 upgrade - Dewayne Richardson

New Features in ATS - Brotli, TFO, etc
- Bryan Call
Traffic Monitor in Go: GoTM - Robert Butts
11:30 AM
LUNCH
12:00 PM
12:30 PM
1:00 PMXIntroduction to Traffic Control
SNI based configuration in
ATS & State of SSL - Persia
MaxMind DB tricks - Steve Malenfant
1:30 PMSSL Lazy Load - Steven FeltnerConfig Files / CDN Description Language - Derek Gelinas (45m)Deep Caching - Steve Malenfant
2:00 PMHot Swap Disk Proposal - Zhilin Huang
State of the Project and Community - Jan van Doorn (45m)
POC, StringView, Scalar,
CacheTool - Alan Carroll
LUA Configlets - Matt Mills and David Neuman
2:30 PMTesting Framework - Jason KennySession tracking with LUA - Eric Friedrich
3:00 PMCoffee Break & Discussions
3:30 PM
Lighting Talks (5 Min) - Reload Plugins, CI,
Overridable Config, Managment Sockets,
Traffic Manager, jemalloc
Release Process - Eric Friedrich
BugScub and Writting Tests!
BugScrub! - Mark Torluemke
4:00 PMTraffic Logs - Jan van Doorn and Dewayne Richardson
4:30 PM  


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Registration Form

To RSVP please fill out the form below. Note that the signup is not binding, but we ask you to only sign up if you really intend to go. If you need to be removed from the signup, just inform bcall@apache.org.


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