HighLoad++ Armenia
Professional conference for developers of high load systems
December 15th and 16th, 2022/ offline / Yerevan, Armenia
4

Tracks
1100+

Offline and online participants
40

Talks
English

Main language
About the conference
HighLoad++ is a professional conference for developers of high-load systems, an event for everyone involved in the creation of large-scale complex projects.
The main purpose of the event is to share knowledge and experience among leading developers of high-performance systems, which support millions of users simultaneously.
Agenda includes all necessary web development aspects, such as: large scale architectures, databases and storage systems, system administration, load testing, project maintenance, etc.
The conference program includes currently trending topics such as IoT, Blockchain, Neural networks and Artificial Intelligence.
The highest concentration of the best IT professionals
The only place to learn in two days how Facebook, Google, Uber, Amazon and other IT giants work
IT conference where you will learn the maximum limits of technologies
The opportunity to communicate with the developers of the technologies on which your project is built
Practical conference where each report is a solution to a specific task
December 15th and 16th, 2022 - the 1st HighLoad++ Armenia conference will take place in Yerevan, Armenia. We plan to host 1000++ offline and online attendees.


66% of our participants work in large companies (of 30+ employees), 60% earn above the market, 55% hold leadership positions and have subordinates. 9% of conference visitors work as technical directors, 12% work as heads of technical departments, and 29% work as lead developers and team leads.
Topics
At the conference we cover both current and emerging topics concerning high performance system development
Architectures and scalability
  • Design; scalable and fault-tolerant architectures; examples of operating solutions
  • Work algorithms, queuing systems
  • Programming languages; PHP, Perl, Java, Erlang, Ruby
  • C++
  • Technology: BigIP, DSP programming, parallel computing
  • Russian developments: fast web servers, application servers, template engines, monitoring systems
  • Vertical and horizontal scaling
Databases and storage systems
  • Databases, database optimization from their creators themselves, data storage, replication, sharding
  • Cluster file systems, network file systems
  • Non Relational databases
  • Blockchain and decentralized storage systems
Architecture, Design patterns, Queues and Data Streams
BigData and Machine Learning
  • Tools (Hadoop, Map-Reduce, HBase…)
  • Recommendation systems, collaborative filtering;
  • Machine learning
  • Data mining
  • Cloud computing
  • Pattern recognition
Neural networks
  • Projects based on neural networks
  • Application of neural networks in solving usual problems
  • Pattern recognition and classification
  • Classification of neural networks
  • Neural network training: supervised, unsupervised training, reinforcement learning
Microservice architecture
Enterprise Systems Performance
  • Performance of enterprise systems, approaches to productivity in enterprise projects.
  • Web-scale IT, application of web-technologies and techniques for solving IT-tasks typical for production enterprises.
DevOps and Maintenance
  • Subsistence and monitoring
  • Virtualization and containerization technologies
  • Configuration management
  • Continuous deployment
  • Fault and disaster tolerance
Security, DevSecOps
Highload services do not impose any special security requirements, but due to
their size a security bug or a hack of such projects can cause huge destructive impact.
Internet of Things
Infrastructure, protocols, measurement tools, use of traditional technologies in the field of the Internet of things

System administration, hardware
  • Support, monitoring, deployment
  • System administration; operating systems (Linux Solaris, FreeBSD), operating system tuning
  • Hosting, protection from and arrangement of DDoS attacks
  • Internet infrastructure: channel operators, channels
  • Hardware, specialized equipment
  • Load balancing
Video and video streaming
Real time video transmission
QA, Stress testing
Testing: functional and stress
Talk format
  • Ideally the talk should be 30-35 minutes.
  • Be prepared that participants are very involved and sometimes may need up to 15-45 minutes of your time to ask questions on the topic.
Schedule
1
July 11th, 2022
CFP is opened
2
October 12th, 2022
CFP is closed
3
October 24th, 2022
Program is finalized
4
December 15-16th, 2022
The Conference (speakers are expected to get to Yerevan no later than December 14th)
How we work with speakers
1
Paper submission
We do not accept sales pitch style presentations. We are looking for people passionate about performance, who are able to speak effectively and from experience and who understand our audience of developers.
The program is designed by the developer community, representatives of large companies from around the world, and by tech developers and community activists. The selection of papers is multi-layered and complex — the Program Committee selects the best papers from the received applications unanimously according to several criteria.
2
Communication with program committee
A shepherd from the Program Committee may be assigned if there are questions regarding your paper.
3
Competition and decision making
Program committee makes final decision by the stated deadline. Sometimes we might need more time due to increased competition among submitted papers. The decision is primarily based on several criteria - applicability outside of speaker's context, up to date, uniqueness (the paper should not be already presented at previous conferences).
4
Final decision
Each speaker will be contacted by program coordinator and informed on the final decision of the committee. For any questions prior or past that moment - please, feel free to contact us!
Speakers package
Conference ticket
Conference "speaker" ticket granting access to talks, exhibition, networking zones, free lunch, speaker party.
Travel for speakers from other cities
Full travel package including airplane tickets and visa assistance
Accommodation at the hotel
A comfortable hotel near the conference venue (from 14 till December 17)
Talk preparation
We assist speaker preparation to the talk in many ways. Program committee members are experienced speakers themselves and could share their own tricks.
Informal networking
Usually we organize pre-conference dinner where speakers could chat with program committee members and each other
Feedback
We collect feedback from our audience about your talk and will share it with you
Video and other materials
Speakers are getting early access to all the materials of the conference
Free ticket to any Highload Conference next year
All of the selected speakers will have a free ticket to any of our next year Highload Conference.
Meet Armenia, the Land of Wisdom

Code of Conduct

Our conference is dedicated to providing a safe space for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks, workshops, parties, Twitter and other social media. Conference participants violating these rules are subject to sanctions or expulsion from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organizers.


The complete version can be found at http://confcodeofconduct.com/
Featured speakers of the HighLoad++ series
Oleg Bartunov
Founder & CEO Postgres Professional
Petr Zaitsev
Founder & CEO Percona
Igor Sysoev
Founder NGINX, Inc.
Anna Stepanyan
Booking.com
Bruce Momjian
PostgreSQL Global Development Group, Postgres Evangelist.
Alvaro Hernandez
Founder & CEO 8kdata.com
Henrik Ingo
MongoDB solution architect
Levon Avakyan
Wargaming
Mark Callaghan
Small Datum
Markus Winand
SQL Renaissance  Ambassador
Joe Damato
Founder & CEO packagecloud.io
Leon Fayer
OmniTI
Questions about the talk? Email us:
Program Committee: speakers@ontico.pro
We look forward to any questions, inquiries and feedback!

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