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ABOUT #ZTC 4.0

Zeta Tech Conclave is two-day conference dedicated to showcasing the best and brightest at Zeta. By enabling various teams to come together to build focused synergy, the event provides a platform for unfiltered tech awesomeness.

Knowledge sharing is one of the core aspects of Tech Conclave and rest assured that you will learn about some of the kicka**stuff your colleagues have been building. With over 30 speakers, hands-on workshop, demos, interactive Q&A sessions, and healthy in-depth conversation there is going to be plenty to keep you engaged over two immersive days.

Ultimately, The Tech Conclave aims to act as bridge between teams across the Zeta family. Find out about all the great stuff being brewed by your peers and how you too can dig in with your ‘forks’! You might come across insights and ideas that you could use in your projects and share experiences that other might find useful. Of course, in the process, you will make new friends, have fun and take home tons of learning to kickstart the new year.

OUR SPEAKERS

Associate Director

Topic: Fusion and its centers

It is not useful per se from a tech perspective, but would help the team ramp up on concepts of Tachyon, Fusion and Aphrodite.

Sr. Manager Quality Assurance

Topic: Arc – An API Test Automation Framework

An introduction to the Arc (API Test Automation Framework). How a QA / Dev can use this framework to automate the APIs on Black box Integration & Functional testing front. And, a discussion around Arc’s Key feature i.e., Auto test data generation capability and its flexibilities & benefits.

Sr. Manager Product Security

Topic: WebApp API Security

Will cover OWASP Top 10. This session will educate developers in building secure API’s.

Principal Engineer II

Topic: Olympus World Control Center

Why what and how of the olympus deployment architecture.

Principal Engineer I

Topic: Sandbox

As part of the presentation, I will be covering about the challenges faced in the existing access control and how sandbox helped us overcome it and make it manageable for a tenant.

Manager – Design

Topic: Banking Design System

Why, what and how of designing a ui component library and scalable design system for banking products.

Manager – Software Development

Topic: Hades – File based Systems integration Broker

Recurring problems in File based Systems integration. Introduction to Hades. How to use Hades in your system.

UX Designer I

Topic: Banking Design System

Why, what and how of designing a ui component library and scalable design system for banking products.

Senior Software Development Engineer

Topic: Mercury – Notification Management System

Existing scalability concerns in sending notifications to users.
Architecting a highly scalable notification configuration management and dispatching system: Mercury.
Advantages of using Mercury and impact.

Principal Engineer I

Topic: API standardisation

APIs which follow the REST standards are easy to decipher and follow and are less error-prone, but generally is given a low priority during development and releasing code. Session intends to talk about standardising the APIs and it will help tech fraternity follow standards, thereby making APIs less error-prone and easy to use

Sr. Software Development Engineer

Topic: Hercules

What is Hercules? Why do we need it? What problem it solves?

Software Development Engineer II

Topic: Mercury – Notification Management System

Existing scalability concerns in sending notifications to users.
Architecting a highly scalable notification configuration management and dispatching system: Mercury.
Advantages of using Mercury and impact.

Principal Engineer I

Topic: Making ledger scalable

In a nutshell, they had built a service called delta to manage tenant resource configuration and integrated that with ledger in order to pave the path to support physical segregation of accounting database per-ifi and make it scalable.
Will be covering some design challenges that were faced and how they were overcomed and couple of other things that are in progress to make ledger scalable.

Senior Software Development Engineer

Topic: Hades – File based Systems integration Broker

Recurring problems in File based Systems integration. Introduction to Hades. How to use Hades in your system.

UX Designer I

Topic: Power of Language in Products

How language and words play an important role in making successful Products.

Sr. Software Development Engineer

Topic: Resilience against payment provider

How we can ensure that Zeta express ordering has a minimal impact even when our dependent payment systems are down.

Consultant

Topic: Operator Framework

Operators are software extensions to Kubernetes that make use of custom resources to manage applications and their components. We discuss how we can use the operator framework to build such an operator.

Software Development Engineer II

Topic: Aster

Serverless basics,
* what is it,
* why is it needed/helpful .
how openwhisk, kubeless , knative provide serverless.
* their pros and cons
what Is Aster
What aster does.
* Overview
1. Serverless – What, Why, How?
2. Comparison of available Serverless Frameworks
3. What is Aster and what is the problem it is solving?

Software Development Engineer I

Topic: Cipher / 1 million TPC

Manager – Lead – Software Development

Topic: Report Center Provisioning

Seamless on-boarding tool for internal customers on report center.

Software Development Engineer II

 

Topic: Modularising frontend

How to build a reusable front end modules using plugin based development. Which gives more control over the applications to integrate them where ever required..

Manager – Information Development

Topic: Zeta Smart Docs – API documentation

We shall cover the automated API documentation pipeline using swagger annotations for Fusion APIs. Idea is to firstly leverage Swagger framework to generate API definitions without compromising SDLC. Secondly, leverage the same Swagger specs to publish smart developer docs.

Principal UX Designer

Topic: Evolution of Enterprise Payments: A designer’s perspective

We will be talking about how we started enterprise payments a couple of years ago, and how the designs evolved with new features, requirements and interaction paradigms we explored.

Software Development Engineer II

Topic: Modularising frontend

How to build a reusable front end modules using plugin based development.Which gives more control over the applications to integrate them where ever required..

Lead – Business Intelligence

Topic: Data pipelines in Apache NiFi

An introduction to Apache NiFi, its capabilities and general design principles, along with a few examples of how it is used in Zeta.

Sr. Software Development Engineer

Topic: Apollo

Apollo Shell SDK is a combined set of libraries which helps you create a production-ready mobile app. It is built on top of years of experience of the Zeta mobile team to create a payment/financial app which runs on millions of mobile devices. Apollo Shell SDK packages the common components of the Zeta Mobile App into an SDK so that it could be used by any app developer to create their mobile app. With the common components being handled by the Apollo Shell SDK, the app developer can focus on the experience they are trying to build on their mobile app. Apollo Shell SDK is available in both Android and IOS.

Product Consultant

Topic: Making Agile work for Zeta

For a successful agile practice implementation, understanding “why” is as important as “whats” and “hows”. This session will give a walk through of “why’s” of some of the agile practices that helped in addressing key challenges faced by Sodexo BU (erstwhile Express) during their agile transformation journey.

Software Development Engineer II

Topic: Hades – File based Systems integration Broker

Recurring problems in File based Systems integration. Introduction to Hades. How to use Hades in your system.

Sr. Business Intelligence Analyst

Topic: Practical Analytics for Product Manager

– How analytics can help in Product Management?
– Practical statistical for better understanding the product.
– What proper question a product manager should ask from Analyst?

Manager – Quality Assurance

Topic: Approach to workflow based scalable test automation framework

API test automation framework which aims at developing tests as workflow. The modules are visualized as lego blocks which a test developer uses for her requirement. The framework aims to reuse the test modules and speed-up the test automation task.

Sr Software Development Engineer

Topic: Acs 2.0

Use cases of acs 2.0, Implementation & Certification of acs 2.0

Product Manager II

Topic: Building offline-first digital products in an online world

This session aims to cover the journey taken by the Express team in building an offline-first digital product. It is commonplace for digital products to be “”connected”” by definition – This is a journey that we undertook the flip the connectivity paradigm. This is among the few products in the market that is fully offline capable. As Zeta grows in young and yet-to-mature markets, connectivity is not assured. The Zeta fraternity can draw from our learnings from this journey that we have taken to reimagine digital products in an online-world.


This session will cover the context to the problem space, the story behind the need, the impact we set out to deliver, and the key product decisions that we had to make. The session would end with a quick demo of the offline POS.

Sr. Software Development Engineer

Topic: Cipher / 1 million TPC

Software Development Engineer II

Topic: Development process with SDX-BU Kubernetes cluster

Coverage: Overview of benefits of containerization, our setup, changes it triggered in development life cycle, challenges, problems it solves for us, way forward, demo (probably)
Helpfulness: It helps in reducing our longstanding environment stability problem during development along with various other benefits of containerization

Software Development Engineer II

 

Topic: Apollo

Apollo Shell SDK is a combined set of libraries which helps you create a production-ready mobile app. It is built on top of years of experience of the Zeta mobile team to create a payment/financial app which runs on millions of mobile devices. Apollo Shell SDK packages the common components of the Zeta Mobile App into an SDK so that it could be used by any app developer to create their mobile app. With the common components being handled by the Apollo Shell SDK, the app developer can focus on the experience they are trying to build on their mobile app. Apollo Shell SDK is available in both Android and IOS.

SCHEDULE

TIME

TOPIC

SPEAKERS

VENUE

11:00 AM – 11:15 AM

Keynote Speech (ZTC Kickstart)

Ramki

Ground Floor

11:15 AM – 11:30 AM

Cipher

Amit R /Ojasvi / Mrinal

Ground Floor

11.30 AM – 11.45 PM

ACS 2.0

Animesh Gaitonde

Ground Floor

11:45 PM – 12:45 PM

1 Million TPS

Ramki / Mrinal / Amit G / Shubham Jha / Dipit / Vivekananda G / Sheikh / Tanveer / Amit Raj

Ground Floor

14.30 PM – 15.00 PM

Power of Language in Products

Preethi Shreeya

Audi

15:00 PM – 15:30 PM

Evolution of Enterprise Payments: A designer’s perspective

Kshitij Pandey

Audi

12:45 PM – 13:30 PM

Mercury – Notification Management System

Vaigunth T C /Rahul Nishad

Ground Floor

13:30 PM – 14:00 PM

Lunch

14:00 PM – 14:30 PM

Banking Design System

Muthu Nathan / Lakshmanan P / Mustafa Quilon

Ground Floor

14:30 PM – 15:00 PM

Development process with SDX-BU Kubernetes cluster

Aleem Javed

Ground Floor

15:00 PM – 15:30 PM

Sandbox

Shubham Jha

Ground Floor

15:30 PM – 16:00 PM

Data pipelines in Apache NiFi

Karthikeyan V

Ground Floor

16:00 PM – 16:15 PM

WORKING HIGH – TEA

16:15 PM – 16:45 PM

Modularising frontend

Koppala Manikanata/Mayur Rank

Ground Floor

16:15 PM – 16:30 PM

Building offline-first digital products in an online world

Anand M S

Audi

16:30 PM – 16:45 PM

Practical Analytics for Product Manager

Ashmit Aryan

Audi

16:45 PM – 17:00PM

Resilience against payment provider

Prashanth Kulur

Audi

17:00 PM – 17:45 PM

Making Agile Work For Zeta

Bhavin Kamani

Audi

16:45 PM – 17:00 PM

Operator Framework

 

Peter John / Madhur Bansal

Ground Floor

17:00 PM – 17:45 PM

Fusion And Its Centers

Mohit Srivastava

Ground Floor

17:45 PM – 18:30 PM

Hercules

Vishwajeet Kushmariya

Ground Floor

18:30 PM – 19:30 PM

Hackathon Presentations

Participants

Ground Floor

TIME

10:00AM-11:00AM

TOPIC

Hackathon Presentations

SPEAKERS

Shenoy

VENUE

Ground Floor

11:00 AM – 13:00 PM

Tech Roadmap

Ramki

Ground Floor

13:00 PM – 13:30 PM

LUNCH 

13:30 PM – 14:30 PM

Arc – An API Test Automation Framework

Obuli Ramanathan

Audi

13:30 PM – 13:45 PM

Aster

Pranjal Ranjan

Ground Floor

13:45 PM – 14:00 PM

Hades – File based Systems integration Broker

Ranjith / Ashutosh

Ground Floor

14:30 PM – 14:15 PM

API Standardisation

Vishvadeepak Tewari

Audi

14:00 PM – 14:15 PM

Report Center Provisioning

Varaprasad P S /Nagesh Kumar Sahu /Sujit Deshpande

Ground Floor

14:15 PM – 14:45 PM

Orcus 2.0 – Risk Engine

Rahul Tibrewal / Manish Shukla

Ground Floor

14:45 PM – 15:15 PM

WebApp API Security

Praveen Darshanam

Ground Floor

15:15 PM – 15:30 PM

Zeta Smart Docs – API documentation

Madhup Raj

Ground Floor

WORKING HIGH TEA

15:45 PM – 16:30 PM

Apollo Framework: Easiest way to create apps

Deepak Goel / Abhishek Gupta

Ground Floor

16:30 PM – 17:15 PM

Approach To Workflow Based Scalable Test Automation Framework

Arabinda Verma

Ground Floor

17:15 PM – 18:15 PM

Rewarding Excellence & Hackathon Winners

Ramki

Ground Floor

You’re a creator. A maker. You are constantly striving to build. To develop. You know you’re the best at what you do.  Create magic with your talent at ZetaHacks 1.0! Get your creative juices flowing and build something unique. Lift the trophy and you just might change the world.
Click here to know more about what’s up for hacks or catch the SMEs for a debriefing on 27th Jan at 4.00 pm in Auditorium.
Winners and Prizes will be announced during ZTC 4.0

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Domlur, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008

Time: 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM

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