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  • 2015 Stanford IT Unconference | November 12, 2015 • Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge
    your profile Let s keep the conversations going http stanfordcop slack com signup Home IT s a wrap The fifth annual Stanford IT Unconference took place Thursday November 12 at the School of Medicine s Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge The unconference is a day long event geared toward building community among Stanford s IT professionals The event is sponsored by schools departments and administrative units across

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  • Survey | 2015 Stanford IT Unconference
    Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge Navigation menu Home Survey Sessions Notes About What is an unconference Lightning Talks Session Topic Ideas Schedule Location Attendees Previous Years 2011 2012 2013 2014 Update your profile Survey SU Home Maps Directions

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  • Sessions | 2015 Stanford IT Unconference
    Sysadmin Database Gerard Bowes C Infrastructure Alway M208 Edit Session Notes Future of Web Authentification Identity Mgmt Stanford Jon Pilat C Infrastructure LK101 Edit Session Notes Balancing UX expectations of Millennials with other Audiences Jennifer Stroth A Design UX Alway M214 Edit Session Notes Envisioning the Future of Cyber Security Stanford Michael Duff D Security Alway M114 Edit Session Notes Office 365 and Beyond Kyle Barnes B Development C Infrastructure F Management and Collaboration Alway M218 Edit Session Notes Tableau Data Analytics Irene Poston A Design UX B Development F Management and Collaboration LK Lobby Tables Edit Session Notes Transforming IT to be on the Winning Side of the Revolution Stephen Wong F Management and Collaboration H Other Alway M212 Edit Session Notes 1 00 1 50 PM Session Title Proposed by Categories Location UXers Design Lean UX Workshop David Tom John Holleman A Design UX LK102 Edit Session Notes Analytics without ETL Incorta Tool Bhavana Tirukovalluri B Development LK205 206 Edit Session Notes Office 365 Challenges and Solutions Marla Kravatz G User Support LK101 Edit Session Notes Latest successful attacks on the Stanford Networks Philip de Louraille D Security Alway M218 Edit Session Notes Location Services Where API for Location Data Swati Prabhu B Development Alway M208 Edit Session Notes AFS at Stanford the present and the future Adam Lewenberg C Infrastructure LK208 Edit Session Notes WordPress Sharing JB Christy B Development LK203 204 Edit Session Notes Staff transitions How to preserve and transmit knowledge experience and relationships Phil Farrell F Management and Collaboration Alway M212 Edit Session Notes Drupal 8 John Bickar B Development LK304 305 Edit Session Notes Tech Training Needs Assessment Don Cameron E Instructional Technology Alway M214 Edit Session Notes 2 00 2 50 PM Session Title Proposed by Categories Location Security Standards Cloud Hans

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  • Lightning Talks | 2015 Stanford IT Unconference
    to 15 slides start on time and end on time or earlier Why Give a Lightning Talk You have something you are excited about and want to get the word out across campus You are looking for a quick gauge of reaction to something new or promising Why Listen to a Lightning Talk You ll get a lot of info in a short period of time If one talk doesn t interest you the other six likely will And the commitment is minimal eight talks 5 minutes each 160 crazy slides in under an hour What can you say in five minutes Why my favorite tool is X I want to do cool project X Does anyone want to help Successful Project I did project X It was a success Here s how you could benefit Failed Project I did project X It was a failure and here s why Heresy People always say X but they re wrong Here s why Call to Action Let s all do more of X less of X A Funny Thing happened to me on the Way to something that got done or didn t get done Wouldn t it be cool if

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  • Topics and Scheduling | 2015 Stanford IT Unconference
    using it so we can exchange knowledge Share Development Anchorage docker platform how it was built Infrastructure as code OS choices Developer centric Tool chains Terraform CI CD Slack Datadog and integration In this session I d like to discuss the technology options to a build a scalable resilient secure and cost effective both hardware and operational We also discuss how through automation and codification of all processes we can provide a streamlined workflow for software development testing and deployment Automation and codification allows for knowledge to be executed by machines the code themselves can serve as living documentation Automated tooling allows DeveOps to increase their productivity move quicker and reduce human error Share Development Future of Web Authentication for Stanford University IT is looking at potenital alternatives to WebAuth and by implication maintaining our own open source Web Integrated Single Sign On technology I d like to use the UnConference to gather more information from the community about what features of WebAuth they are using and what kinds of capability would be needed in a next generation solution or in future versions of WebAuth if we choose to stay on the current system Share Development Infrastructure Cloud deployment best practice security monitoring tools lessons learned Learn Infrastructure Cloud securing cloud based systems Learning and keeping up to date about multiple cloud vendors Azure Google Cloud AWS Keeping clean credentials which credentials to use where with cloud vendors What core restrictions make sense for example can a monthly maximum cost be set up with a high order credential that is used for almost no other purpose Can should the equivalent of a VPN be set up with the cloud provider for admin access How do the Stanford security standards apply to cloud Share Security Latex and other TeX macro language options support for varied scale of users new options I d like to hear how everyone is using tex and what platforms they re using Also what support is out there for faculty and staff Lastly are there any new options online or download that make it easier to troubleshoot Learn User Support Infrastructure Lifecycle Management Strategy and Implementation Software Defined Data Centers Software defined networking Public Cloud AWS for example AWS Direct Connect through Central campus IT DevOps Backup to the cloud Cyber Security Learn Infrastructure Security JSON and Stanford infrastructure available to support NoSQL data stores like cassandra or mongodb Learn Infrastructure University IT Communications would like to host a focus group of local IT professionals to gain insights and ideas around how we can improve communications about our services to our clients throughout the university We d like to gain insights ideas and perspectives from local IT professionals about what their clients in their schools and units want to know about when it comes to University IT services where there are communication gaps today and how we can improve the ways in which we communicate to clients in the future This information gathering is an important part

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  • Schedule | 2015 Stanford IT Unconference
    45 am Registration Breakfast Networking 8 45 9 50 am Welcome Lightning Talks Agenda Creation 9 50 10 00 am Break 10 00 10 50 am Session 1 10 50 11 00 am Break 11 00 11 50 am Session 2 11 50 am 1 00 pm Lunch 1 00 1 50 pm Session 3 1 50 2 00 pm Break 2 00 2 50 pm Session 4 2 30

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  • Location | 2015 Stanford IT Unconference
    Center for Learning and Knowledge Navigation menu Home Survey Sessions Notes About What is an unconference Lightning Talks Session Topic Ideas Schedule Location Attendees Previous Years 2011 2012 2013 2014 Update your profile Location Download PDF High Resolution Graphic SU

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  • Attendees | 2015 Stanford IT Unconference
    James Ehrlich James G Knox James Kent Dudek James Shinbashi Sys Adm Hoover Institution Security cloud VMware windows server 2016 windows 10 office 2016 osx iOS Android Jamie Martinez University Human Resources Jamie Tsui Jan Cicero Executive Director Client Support University IT Jane Tansuwan IT Vendor Mgmt Specialist UIT Shared Services Operations Jasmine Thapa Jason Melo Hall Data Analyst Direct Marketing Office of Development Stanford University recommender systems API tableau python scraping Jay Kohn JB Christy Jeanmarie Magoffin Lucker Jeff W Melton III Jeffrey Callen Jennifer Ly Vice Provost Office for Teaching and Learning Jennifer Stroth Associate Director of Online Communications and Identity Stanford Law School WordPress UX IA Slack Evernote agile development Jenny Fausel Executive Assistant University IT Jeremy Tavan Jesse Brooks Jessica Huang Jianzhi Tang Technical Lead and Principal Engineer SLAC devops Jiatyan Chen Stanford Online Accessibility Manager University Communications UX and human centered design accessibility web design Games leadership Jie Zhang Jimmy T Pham Web Developer Drupal DevOps Jing Wei Jiye Yu Jo Jaffe Jo Ann Cuevas Jody Sumrall Manager Information Systems Office of Technology Licensing Database applications agile scrum Jira Confluence Drupal Joe Zertuche Johan Reijendam Johan Ulf Baath Associate Customer Experience Specialist Stanford Web Services Drupal Web Technologies Mobile Apps John Bickar Web Developer Stanford Web Services Drupal Behat Unordered lists Making Marco Wise look good John DeSilva Systems Network Manager Electrical Engineering Communities of Practice Software Defined Networking Research Computing Security Mitigation Remediation Strategies Collaboration tools John Freshwaters John Holleman Lead Designer University Communications John Reuling Director Field Support IRT School of Medicine John Thomson Learning Platform Administrator Graduate School of Business Educational Technology Canvas Drupal Law John Yu Front End Web Developer Graduate School of Education Jon Davies Jon Pilat Jonathan D Russell Jonathan Lent Linux Systems Administrator ACS Jonathan Randolph Jonathan Razo Information Security Officer Information Security Office Jonathan Scott McDermott Jordan Chandler Sr IT Auditor Stanford University Jose Heriberto Rocha Joseph M Little Systems Architect Electrical Engineering Grails SDN Containers Storage Josh Garrison Joy Hsu Senior Software Engineer GSB HTML 5 javascript css AngularJS D3 Data Viz Animation Simulation Judy Zhang Software Developer Stanford Center for Professional Development Julian Brown Justus Freeman Kai Lanz Senior System Administrator School of Earth Energy Environmental Sciences VMware Linux System administration configuration management system programming Karen Tsao Karl Amrhein Karl Kornel Kate Junco Kathy Fisher Katya Kelly Kean Kwong Keith Iverson IT Web Manager Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Keli Amann Kelly Le Dang Ken Chang Business Analyst LBRE Finance Business Analysis Business Architecture Process Automation Augmented Reality mobile Ken Sharp Senior Web Developer School of Earth Energy Environmental Sciences Drupal Infosec Project Management Time Management Ken Stewart Kendall Marie Lynes Communications writer University IT Kenneth D Tom Desktop Support School of Medicine IRT Kenneth Romeo Kevin C Tully Computer Resource Consulting CRC Kevin Olsen Service Desk Technician 1 IRT Kevin W Tai Kim Seidler Kim Serra Kimberly Hayworth Kiran Joshi Kirolos Boghdady Koorosh Davoodian Kristen Motzer Canvas Instructional Designer Manager Stanford University Educational Technology User Experience Communities of Practice instructional design Training Kyle Atikus Barnes Senior Software Developer Stanford Center for Professional Development software development Video analytics data management Database applications Kyle Creason Academic Technology Specialist Stanford University Laney McGlohon Discovery and Access Eingineer Stanford University Libraries DLSS Ruby Larisa Yakimenko Larry Conrad Larry Dillard AS Release Manager University IT Administrative Systems change management release management release tools Leda Muller Lee G Kozar Leroy Altman Lesley L Ryan Liam M Robinson Lillian L Lee Sr Decision Support Analyst Institutional Research Decision Support data Lily Lee Linda Pilkin Lindsay Garratt Student Services Specialist Introductory Seminars SIS VPUE Lindsay S Mancebo IT Systems Analyst University IT Administrative Systems Lisa M Hooper Lead QA Engineer Office of Development Alumni Development Information Systems Lisa Radloff Design Catalyst Process Architect Empress of Empathy Graduate School of Business Design Thinking Service Design Process Reengineering Workshop Facilitation Lisa S Atluri Lone Lee Lori Wisneski Luke A Mendoza Lydia Li Lyle Nevels Lynne Duong Computing Support Analyst 1 Client Support Operations Lyudmila Christie Madhu R Gottumukkala Project Manager Sr Business Analyst OOD SAA Alumni Development Information Systems Business Intelligence Big Data Magdelana Reyes Director Alumni Information Systems and Communications Stanford Graduate School of Business Makoto Tsuchitani Marcello Chermak Marion Marquardt Mark C Bardelmeier Desktop Support Consultant IRT field support Remote Support Automation Imaging tools Mark Lebar IT Project Manager EH S Mark McInerney Business Systems Analyst Global Business Services Mark Piercy Mark Trenchard Director Digital Experience School of Medicine Digital strategy marketing platforms UX Digital education Mark Woon Marla Kravatz University IT Administrative Systems Maroush Dekermenjian Mat Seliga Matt Jerome Matthew Feeney Matthew P Hoying Matthew Robert Franzen IT Manager Center for Health Polacy Primary Care and Outcomes Research Max Stoaks Director Web Solutions Graduate School of Business software development R web tech Megan Miller Designer Stanford University IT service experience design UX design Drupal web design service strategy customer experience Meggan Levitt Meghan Petrie Senior Instructional Designer Stanford Center for Professional Development Mei Hung Melissa N Doernte Service Desk Manager Vice Provost of Teaching and Learning Learning Environments Melvin Wong Michael A Timineri Michael Bourgette Manager Data Storage Services University IT Michael Duff Chief Information Security Officer University IT ISO Michael Fox Michael G Olson Service Manager Born Digital Forensics Labs Stanford University Libraries forensics data governence Michael Halaas Michael Howard Desktop Support Manager School of Medicine IRT Michael P Nack Michael Perry Stanford University Michael Takahashi Network Education and Support Manager Vice Provost of Teaching and Learning Learning Environments Networking Michael Tseng Michael Widner Academic Technology Specialist Stanford University Libraries Digital Humanities Data Visualization Text Mining Teaching Drupal Michelle Collette Senior Service Designer University IT Shared Services Service design and client experience Security Networking scotch whiskey Mike Haggerty Miki A Yoshida Product Owner Business Analyst Research Management Applications agile product management productivity applications User Experience google analytics Content Strategy Business Intelligence Miles Davis Mina Mousa Minmin Qin Mohamad Balaa R D Systems Engineer Technology Consulting Group Wireless Mesh Networks

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