A talk on Revocations in Complex Systems.
Today's security and privacy requirements mandate to act upon critical account-related events within a short period of time. At the same time, such events and enforcements should not have a performance and stability effect on other parts of the system. This talk is an excursion into exactly this type of enforcement of crucial security events. The talk will focus on showcasing the engineering decision process as well as the different trade-offs that a developer needs to make.
Come and meet the team of presenters both on-site & online:
Radostin Georgiev // EM for Auth & Partners Integration/ on-site – Intelligent Communications
Karel Zikmund // .NET team in Microsoft - Software Engineering Manager/ online – .NET | War stories from .NET team
Bartosz Ropski // Principal Software Engineer Microsoft, Dynamics CRM/ on-site – Dynamics 365 | Managing data with Azure – how to deal with thousands of databases and billions of records
Karel Rymes // Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft/ - on-site- Engineering Design Process in Distributed Systems
In this talk, Karel will present a basic overview of the engineering thought process that is connected with decision making in complex systems. Many times the decisions might boil down to the famous memory vs. CPU trade-off. The talk will also explain how beneficial the back-of-the-envelope calculations are. All these considerations will be shown in the context of security-related events and enforcements./
Food and refreshments will be provided!