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Relativity Fest 2018

Muntaser Qutub

Relativity

Speaker Bio

Muntaser has been in software development for over six years both in academia and in various industries. Early on in his career at Relativity, he worked on the Relativity platform, building out the Application Deployment System (ADS) that developers use to build custom solutions and workflows on top of Relativity. He also was part of the team that developed the telemetry framework for collecting metrics in Relativity and some other components of the platform like the authentication framework and service host. Muntaser currently works on developing solutions for RelativityOne and building out the SQL shared service. His team is working on features to enhance the RelativityOne experience and ensure the backbone of the application is as strong and performant as can be. In his personal time, he enjoys exploring different technologies and has particular interests in algorithms and software design. He also loves traveling, hiking, and swimming.

PR225291 - DevOps: Building a Sustainable Automation Process from Code to Cloud From code through regression to a cloud environment, how does code become infrastructure? How is custom code such as SQL and PowerShell managed and integrated into the process? How does Relativity get deployed and installed in an automated way? In this session, we'll discuss the tools and techniques used to deploy infrastructure, install, and configure the OS and Relativity. You'll also see a demonstration of the pipeline architecture used to provision, monitor, and maintain an environment in the cloud. 1 Hour Lecture Scott Ellis - Senior SQL Database Administrator, Relativity
Muntaser Qutub, Relativity