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About #DevOpsProVilnius

DevOps Pro Vilnius conference covers the core principles and concepts of the DevOps methodology and demonstrates how to use the most common DevOps patterns to develop, deploy and maintain applications on-premises and in the cloud. DevOps Pro Conference puts the spotlight on entire software delivery pipeline and the following domains:

DevOps Approach

Continuous Delivery, Continuous Integration, Configuration Management, Automated Testing and Deployment

DevOps Real World Experience

Technology Adoption, Real Life Implementation Examples, Best Practices and Insights from the Field

DevOps Tools

Docker, Chef, Puppet, PowerShell, Kubernetes, GitHub, Ansible, SaltStack, Capistrano,
Jenkins

DevOps Technologies

Virtualization, Containerization, Orchestration, Microservices, Cloud Computing (Google Compute Engine, Azure, OpenStack)

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

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Roy Osherove

Team Agile, Israel

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Dharmesh Sheta

CloudBees Inc, Germany

CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

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Johannes Nicolai

GitHub, Germany 

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Phil Estes

IBM,USA

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Mete Atamel

Google, UK

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Chris Van Tiun

Red Hat, USA

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Bastian Hoffman

ResearchGate, Germany 

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Mustafa Toroman

Authority Partners, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Mike Place

SaltStack, USA

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Michael Huttermann

CloudBees, Germany

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Janos Pasztor

DevOps engineer, Austria

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Anton Babenko

Betajob AS, Norway

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Hagai Barel

Nuvo Group Ltd., Israel

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Davide Fiorentino

Genuinous, United Kingdom

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Melanie Rieback

Radically Open Security, Netherlands

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Dov Nimratz

Ring, Ukraine

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Rachid Zarouali

SYNOLIA, France

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Martin Alfke

example42 GmbH, Germany

Conference Schedule - 15 March

Registration

1h

Roy Osherove

Opening Keynote: The Enterprise DevOps Mind Trap (or – Why this talk won’t make a difference)

DevOps is the implementation of Continuous Delivery and Agile concepts across the organization, focusing on pipelines as the main building blocks for delivering value internally and to the customer.But getting to that state is complicated because it requires several facets of work:  People, process and tools. In large organizations ,we have the added complexity of:
- Multiple dependencies and sub systems
- Multiple teams, groups, business units with competing interests
- Varying degrees of agility, culture, tools, technologies and processes- Security, compliance and policy gatesAnd lastly
- Mind traps.
We get stuck making changes in the organization, for so many reasons, so many fears. Even little changes seem to be impossible. In this talk, we will discuss main patterns and anti patterns for adopting and implementing DevOps in "challenged" organizations, starting with our own personal mind traps - and how to avoid them. You should be able to take this advice and apply it immediately.

1h

Level 2 - Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.;Level 3 - Advanced material. Assumes in-depth understanding of features in a real-world environment, and strong coding skills. Provides a detailed technical overview of a subset of product/technology features, covering architecture, performance, migration, deployment, and development.

Roy Osherove

Roy Osherove is DevOps Process Lead & Continuous Delivery Architect. Roy has been working in the software industry for 20 years. He’s worked as a developer, architect, tester, tech lead, Director and CTO in small and huge companies, ranging from startups to giants.He consults and trains teams worldwide on the gentle art of unit testing and test-driven development. The videos on his Youtube channel are viewable more than 80000 times. He is the author of “The Art of Unit Testing” and “Elastic Leadership” and is currently writing a new book titled “Enterprise DevOps”.

Johannes Nicolai

DevOps @ GitHub – How We Ship > 500 Times a Week to Prod

Learn how GitHub's globally distributed teams use GitHub tooling to develop and design GitHub, collaborate with engineering, sales, marketing and legal and deploy more than 500 times a week to the 50 most visited web site on the planet. Experience ChatOps, feature toggles and refactoring in production based on life demos and real examples. Content:
  - Zen of GitHub as guiding philosophy for any new feature work, nature of features, internal and external communication
  - Remote nature of GitHub organization and its implications on standups, pair programming and working style
  - Walk through the GitHub Flow based on examples from different teams (engineering, web site, legal, services, solution engineering)
  - Introduction of GitHub's deployment API and life demo
  - Introduction into ChatOps - a great way to bridge the cultural gap between developers and ops and awesome on boarding tool
  - ChatOps in the context of continuous deployment at GitHub
  - Introduction to various deployment environments and queuing mechanisms- introduction to the confidence dashboard
  - Introduction to Haystack
  - Feature Toggles @ GitHub
  - Refactoring in production @ GitHub
 

45mins

Level 1 - Introductory and overview material. Assumes little expertise with topic and covers topic concepts, functions, features, and benefits.

Johannes Nicolai

Johannes is an Open Source enthusiast working for GitHub. In his current role, he is helping large companies in central and eastern Europe - to build and ship software better with GitHub Enterprise. Before his career at GitHub, he was leading multiple Java development teams across the world building large Git backends and integration platforms as Director of Engineering for CollabNet. Johannes holds a Master of Science from Hasso Plattner Institute Potsdam and is a certified Scrum Master, Product Owner and Jenkins Engineer.

Coffee break

20mins

Mete Atamel

Stop Reinventing the Wheel with Istio

Containers provide a consistent and reproducible environment to run our services. Orchestration systems like Kubernetes help us to manage and scale our container cluster with a consistent API. This is a good start for a loosely coupled microservices architecture but it is not enough. How do you control the flow of traffic and enforce policies between services? How do you visualize service dependencies and quickly identify issues? How can you provide verifiable service identities, handle and test for failures? You can implement your own custom solutions or you can rely on Istio, an open platform to connect, manage and secure microservices. In this talk, we will take a look at some of the key capabilities of Istio and see how it can help with your microservices network.

45mins

Level 1 - Introductory and overview material. Assumes little expertise with topic and covers topic concepts, functions, features, and benefits.

Mete Atamel

Mete is a Developer Advocate at Google, currently focused on helping developers with Google Cloud Platform. As a long-time Java and a recent C# developer, he likes to compare the two ecosystems. Prior to Google, he worked at Microsoft, Skype, Adobe, EMC, and Nokia building apps and services on various web, mobile and cloud platforms. Originally from Cyprus, he currently lives in Greenwich, not too far away from the prime meridian.

Chris Van Tuin

A DevOps State of Mind: Continuous Security with Containers

With the rise of DevOps, containers are at the brink of becoming a pervasive technology in Enterprise IT to accelerate application delivery for the business. When it comes to adopting containers in the enterprise, Security is the highest adoption barrier. Is your organization ready to address the security risks with containers for your DevOps environment?  In this presentation, you'll learn about: - Best practices for addressing the top container security risks in a container environment including images, builds, registry, deployment, hosts, network, storage, APIs, monitoring & logging, and federation. - Automating and integrating security vulnerability management & compliance checking for container images in a DevOps CI/CD pipeline - Deployment strategies for deploying container security updates including recreate, rolling, blue/green, canary and a/b testing.

45mins

Level 1 - Introductory and overview material. Assumes little expertise with topic and covers topic concepts, functions, features, and benefits.

Chris Van Tuin

Chris Van Tuin, Chief Technologist, NA West at Red Hat, has over 20 years of experience in IT and Software.  Since joining Red Hat in 2005, Chris has been architecting solutions for strategic customers and partners and is a frequent speaker on DevOps, Security, and Containers.  He started his career at Intel in IT and Managed Hosting followed by leadership roles in services and sales engineering at Loudcloud and Linux startups. Chris holds a Bachelors of Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology.

Lunch Break

1h

Mike Place

Systems Automation: Past, Present and Future

From the earliest days of computing, we've used automation to manage systems. The idea that we can use automation tooling to manage fleets of machines has evolved and grown as our infrastructures have changed and complexity has exploded. This talk, from the engineering director at SaltStack - a leading open-source effort to push the limits of systems automation - will talk about what automation has brought to our systems and to work and where's it's fallen short. We'll look at the modern landscape of tooling to see what we're doing well and where we might be coming up short. We'll ask questions that should make us all think about the proper role of automation the systems that we manage and how we can best use automation in a DevOps world - and beyond.

45mins

Level 2 - Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.;Level 3 - Advanced material. Assumes in-depth understanding of features in a real-world environment, and strong coding skills. Provides a detailed technical overview of a subset of product/technology features, covering architecture, performance, migration, deployment, and development.

Mike Place

Mike Place works a director of Engineering at SaltStack- one of the world’s leading open-source automation platforms. He is professional open-source developer, focusing on event-driven architecture and configuration management, who is also a frequent keynoter and spoker at various conferences.

Martin Alfke

Bringing DevOps into the Enterprise

"DevOps" is only possible in small, young companies, who don't need to deal with legacy applications." Why are people saying this? Yes, Enterprise companies are like a giant vessel on the ocean. Changing speed or directions needs to be done carefully and slowly. But even Enterprises see a need for faster changes and collaboration - at least in parts of their organization.
  This talk will show what issues Enterprise companies have, when adopting to new, modern, agile methods. Starting from tech people willing to change, looking at project management who is running a waterfall approach to manage the agile transformation, going through departments who refuse to changes, following up to C-level management and their view and support.

45mins

Level 1 - Introductory and overview material. Assumes little expertise with topic and covers topic concepts, functions, features, and benefits.;Level 2 - Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.

Martin Alfke

Martin is a long term Puppet user and trainer and supports companies in building successful IT automation build on Puppet. In the past he would have said that he is a System Engineer; nowadays he prefers the term Infrastructure Engineer. Martin is not a developer, or as he would have said: "Naming me a developer is an insult to every developer in the world."

Coffee break

20mins

Rachid Zarouali

From Zero to a Full Docker Based IT Teams

Docker has been built by the developers for the developers. It can help you in your day-to-day job in many ways, even for non-developers. In this talk, we'll see how Docker started by being used to ease some tasks, to becoming the foundation our internal infrastructure and development environments. Starting by describing how docker helped an ops project being successful, we'll see why we had to create some tooling to make docker fit in our development workflows, challenges we had to overcome, to some of the biggest evolutions docker brings in our day-to-day job. As a conclusion we'll talk about how docker helped our devs and ops, working together, solving issues faster and gaining more flexibility and efficiency.

45mins

Level 1 - Introductory and overview material. Assumes little expertise with topic and covers topic concepts, functions, features, and benefits.;Level 2 - Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.

Rachid Zarouali

Docker Community Leader and speaker, Rachid Zachid is a former virtualization consultant and Instructor. After a successful experience building and training the ops team of the French registry (AFNIC), he's now C.I.O. of a worldwide recognised CRM and E-COMMERCE agency. Dedicated to offer the most efficient production tools and infrastructure platforms, he works with his team on bringing latest technology at a production level. Involved in OSS communities from monitoring to container solutions, he teaches cloud computing architecture at a software engineering school in his spare time.

Dharmesh Sheta

Closing Keynote: 4 Quadrants of DevOps Maturity Model

In this talk, we will map the enterprise DevOps journey to the DevOps Quadrant Maturity Model. We will discuss the characteristics of organizations within each quadrant. We will present practical process, tools and leadership strategies for crossing the chasm from an organization's current quadrant to the next level of maturity. Based on experience guiding large organizations in implementing CI, CD and, ultimately, DevOps at scale we have identified four maturity levels. These levels examine culture, process and tools to assess where an organization currently sits in their DevOps journey and that form the basis for growing and extending DevOps in the enterprise. Most organizations on the journey to DevOps map to one (or more) of these four areas.
  The quadrants are:
  *Quadrant #1: Team-Level Agile Upstream
  *Quadrant #2: Team-Level Continuous Delivery
  *Quadrant #3: Enterprise Agile Upstream
  *Quadrant #4: Enterprise DevOps
  By attending this session the audience will: Gain a new, simplified framework for quantifying and communicating their organization's DevOps maturity Learn practical best practices and strategies, based on real-world experiences in enabling DevOps in the enterprise [as appropriate]

45mins

Level 2 - Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic; Level 3 - Advanced material. Assumes in-depth understanding of features in a real-world environment, and strong coding skills. Provides a detailed technical overview of a subset of product/technology features, covering architecture, performance, migration, deployment, and development.

Dharmesh Sheta

Dharmesh is a Senior Solutions Architect at CloudBees and works primarily with its customers in EMEA region. He has 9+ years experience in CI/CD, SW build & release processes, test automation, SW development tooling, infrastructure and yes, DevOps (of course he has to catch up with the trend!). Prior to CloudBees, he worked for CollabNet and Nokia where he was responsible for CI processes and infrastructure for global teams. He is very much interested in automation, testing, cloud technologies besides being avid foodie and traveller.

Registration

1h

TBA

45mins

Coffee break

20mins

Davide Fiorentino

Microservices Architecture

Developing and running micro service seems to be a must have, now days. Everybody talking about micro services, how to migrate to micro services or what are the best practice to run them, and as many using Monoliths. Listening at those who are not using micro services it seems that's a weird world where everything works magically with no effort for developers or DevOps. Well, everybody knows that DevOps are wizards, and that explains everything, isn't it? While there is no magic about micro services to let you think that reality is not what it seems, I can tell you that Wizards exist and I'll tell you the truth!

45mins

Level 1 - Introductory and overview material. Assumes little expertise with topic and covers topic concepts, functions, features, and benefits.;Level 2 - Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.

Davide Fiorentino

Using Java for over 20 years and teaching it for Oracle University, David Fiorentino always looked at the whole picture and provided solutions where necessary. He had been using a lot of tools and developing languages doing DevOps even before Andrew Shafer and Patrick Debois introduced the term to the public. He focus on investigating, prototyping and delivering new and innovative solutions when everyone else says it's impossible.

TBA

45mins

Lunch Break

1h

Bastian Hoffman

Expect the Un-expected: How to Handle Errors Gracefully

Even though you tested your application perfectly, errors and bugs will still happen in production, especially if other services or databases go down or are under high load. Thus it is very important to see errors happening and to be able to react to them quickly. In this session we'll introduce you to efficient ways for monitoring and logging for errors and show how you can handle them if they happen, covering deployment strategies, using intelligent circuit breakers, and gracefully reducing functionality. The session will give examples and recommendations so that you can quickly get started with implementing these.

45mins

Level 2 - Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.;Level 3 - Advanced material. Assumes in-depth understanding of features in a real-world environment, and strong coding skills. Provides a detailed technical overview of a subset of product/technology features, covering architecture, performance, migration, deployment, and development.

Bastian Hoffman

Bastian works as a Software Engineer at ResearchGate, the social network for researchers and scientists. There he is caring about performance, monitoring, web-security and developer productivity. When he is not developing stuff or looking at graphs, he frequently speaks at international conferences on software architecture, scaling web applications and open standards and protocols.

Anton Babenko

Gotchas Using Terraform in a Secure Delivery Pipeline

When using Terraform for some time, developers need to go through questions of handling security, locking, state conflicts, rollbacks, versioning and few more, while trying to implement infrastructure as code and automate as much as possible by the way. The created solution can eventually grow to a big ball of mud. Why? During the talk Anton will explain how to integrate Terraform in a secure continuous delivery pipeline and will make a deep-dive into related gotchas. More specifically, he will explain how to manage AWS infrastructure in a secure way using Terraform and how to solve common problems which occur when using Terraform in a team. The talk will be based on practical experience of using Terraform for 2,5 years. After the talk, participants will become familiar with gotchas and will be able to implement Terraform into their delivery pipeline more easily (the talk includes at least a couple of real implementations Anton have made in the past (including the code which he will release on GitHub).

45mins

Level 3 - Advanced material. Assumes in-depth understanding of features in a real-world environment, and strong coding skills. Provides a detailed technical overview of a subset of product/technology features, covering architecture, performance, migration, deployment, and development.

Anton Babenko

Anton is a fully certified in all 5 AWS professional certifications and has been working as web-developer, team lead, and CTO during his career. He has strong interests in automation, infrastructure management and exploring ways to do it properly and as risk-free as possible. Anton is an active member of open-source communities and a maintainer of verified Terraform AWS modules (450K downloads a month!). He also leads AWS and HashiCorp User Groups meetups in Norway, organizes DevOpsDays Oslo, and speaks often at various technical meetups and conferences. Last year he was a technical reviewer of the first ever printed book about Terraform.

Coffee break

20mins

Dov Nimratz

CI is Essential but not Sufficient for an Effective Application Delivery Workflow

In this presentation, Dov Nimratz will show the main problems of the effective CI process and the common mistakes. After it, Dov will present solutions and best practices to improve CI process. Presentation source is practical knowledge from different projects.

45mins

Level 2 - Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.;Level 3 - Advanced material. Assumes in-depth understanding of features in a real-world environment, and strong coding skills. Provides a detailed technical overview of a subset of product/technology features, covering architecture, performance, migration, deployment, and development.

Dov Nimratz

Dov Nimratz has 30+ years of experience in IT industry and has spent +15 years in the High Tech Israel industry. His main engineering expertise in Real Time, Embedded, Telecom and Management fields. He has given 22 publications and 20+ speeches so far.

Registration

1h

Janos Pasztor

What’s Under the Hood of Docker? Process Separation in the Linux kernel

Have you ever wondered how Docker does what it does? How can you run "cheap" virtual machines without the added overhead of running a true virtualization? Have you ever wondered what all this talk about cgroups, namespaces, and what not is? Join the talk and learn how the new Linux kernel features sparked the container revolution, and how these things actually work. This talk will contain some C code, but fear not, we will keep it simple. This is something every DevOps Engineer working with containers should understand.

45mins

Level 2 - Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.;Level 3 - Advanced material. Assumes in-depth understanding of features in a real-world environment, and strong coding skills. Provides a detailed technical overview of a subset of product/technology features, covering architecture, performance, migration, deployment, and development.

Janos Pasztor

Janos Pasztor is a DevOps engineer, who has a strong background in both backend development and operations, with a history of hosting and delivering content. When it comes to picking a solution, he often chooses the less traveled road, and tries to learn how something works before he actually puts it into production. This gives him a somewhat unique insight into technologies and often lets him come up with better solutions to the problems.

Coffee break

20mins

Phil Estes

It’s 2018; are my containers secure yet?!

Ever since container technology took the developer world by storm, ops and the production-focused world at enterprises and startups alike have been concerned about security. Do containers contain? Do they do it as well as VMs or other isolation technologies? Many talks have been given and blog posts written in past years, but in this talk we'll update for 2018 the "state of the world" as it pertains to container security. Hopefully attendees will see both recent progress as well as remaining areas of concern, and will leave with detailed references, information, and tools to investigate container security tooling, practices, and technology for themselves and their own container use cases.

45mins

Level 2 - Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.;Level 3 - Advanced material. Assumes in-depth understanding of features in a real-world environment, and strong coding skills. Provides a detailed technical overview of a subset of product/technology features, covering architecture, performance, migration, deployment, and development.

Phil Estes

Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM, working in the office of the CTO for IBM Watson and Cloud Platform. Open source maintainer in the Docker and CNCF containerd container engine projects, contributor to the Open Container Initiative (OCI) runc project, Moby Technical Steering Community (TSC) leader, and worldwide speaker and expert on container runtime/image capabilities and technology.

Mustafa Toroman

Azure DevOps for System Engineers

Microsoft Azure is perfect environment for DevOps practice. With many features and tools like ARM templates, PowerShell, PowerShell DSC and VSTS, Azure offer us ability to quickly build our infrastructure and deploy our code. See how to build modern CI/CD pipeline in cloud.

45mins

Level 2 - Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.;Level 3 - Advanced material. Assumes in-depth understanding of features in a real-world environment, and strong coding skills. Provides a detailed technical overview of a subset of product/technology features, covering architecture, performance, migration, deployment, and development.

Mustafa Toroman

Mustafa Toroman works as Senior System Engineer with Authority Partners. His main tasks are planning, deploying and maintenance of server and cloud infrastructure and solutions. Lately Mustafa is most interested and focused on Azure solutions. He has over 30 MS certificates such as MCITP: Database Administrator 2008, Server Administrator on Windows Server 2008 MCSA:Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, SQL Server 2012 MCSE:Private Cloud, Business Intelligence, Data Platform, Server Infrastructure,Cloud Platform and Infrastructure, Data Management and Anayltics, MCSD: Azure Solution Architect. Mustafa Toroman is MCT since 2012 and Microsoft MVP for last 2 years.Microsoft Azure is perfect environment for DevOps practice. With many features and tools like ARM templates, PowerShell, PowerShell DSC and VSTS, Azure offer us ability to quickly build our infrastructure and deploy our code. See how to build modern CI/CD pipeline in cloud.

Lunch Break

1h

Michael Huttermann

DevOps for Adults: Live Cooking Show

In this session we will interactively set up a holistic Continuous Delivery pipeline with the use of DevOps enabler tools, based on Cloud, microservices and container technologies. We'll package a Java EE web application. Its development versions will be inspected and promoted towards production environment in the Cloud. Jenkins 2 with its native delivery pipeline features will serve as the major backbone of our DevOps toolchain glueing together other tools of the overall ecosystem. This session discusses concepts, and shows tools in action. Happy cooking!

45mins

Level 1 - Introductory and overview material. Assumes little expertise with topic and covers topic concepts, functions, features, and benefits.;Level 2 - Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.;Level 3 - Advanced material. Assumes in-depth understanding of features in a real-world environment, and strong coding skills. Provides a detailed technical overview of a subset of product/technology features, covering architecture, performance, migration, deployment, and development.;Level 4 - Expert material. Assumes a deep level of technical knowledge and experience and a detailed, thorough understanding of topic. Provides expert-to-expert interaction and coverage of specialized topics.

Michael Huttermann

Michael is a leading subject matter expert for Continuous Delivery, DevOps and SCM/ALM. He has written a couple of books including "DevOps for Developers", 2012, and "Agile ALM", 2011. He was recognized to be a Oracle Java Champion in 2006 and Oracle Developer Champion in 2017.

Hagai Barel

Self Healing Applications with Docker and Kubernetes

On pager duty? Yea, it's a bummer. Wouldn't it be great if somehow the system could correct itself and fix its own problems? Good news, as it turns out, there is a way. In this session, we'll see how Docker and Kubernetes allow us to build systems that continually monitor themselves and make sure everything runs smoothly, and in the event that something breaks, corrective actions can be applied automatically without manual intervention, allowing for a fully autonomous and self healing applications.

45mins

Level 2 - Intermediate material. Assumes knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.;Level 3 - Advanced material. Assumes in-depth understanding of features in a real-world environment, and strong coding skills. Provides a detailed technical overview of a subset of product/technology features, covering architecture, performance, migration, deployment, and development.

Hagai Barel

Hagai Barel is the DevOps team lead in Nuvo Group and an AWS certified solutions architect. I take that passion to the cloud, specializing in containerized and distributed applications.

Coffee break

20mins

Melanie Rieback

Pentesting ChatOps

ChatOps, a concept originating from Github, is chatroom-driven DevOps for distributed teams, using chatbots (like Hubot) to execute custom scripts and plugins. She has applied the concept of ChatOps to the penetration testing workflow, and found that it fits outstandingly – for everything from routine scanning to spearphishing to pentest gamification. This talk discusses the tools that her company use (RocketChat, Hubot, Gitlab, pentesting tools), and provides battle stories of using Pentesting ChatOps in practice.

45mins

Melanie Rieback

Dr. Melanie Rieback is the CEO/Co-founder of Radically Open Security, the world’s first non-profit computer security consultancy company. She is also a former Assistant Professor of Computer Science at VU who performed RFID security research (RFID Virus and RFID Guardian), that attracted worldwide press coverage, and won several awards. Her company, Radically Open Security was also named the 50th Most Innovative SME by the Dutch Chamber of Commerce (MKB Innovatie Top 100) in 2016.

Full-day Workshops - 14 March

Mustafa Toroman

Authority Partners, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Azure for Continuous Delivery

Continuous delivery is on of pillar stones of DevOps but can be very challenging. Luckily, Microsoft Azure has perfect tools to make it work. Azure resources can be deployed and configured using ARM templates, PowerShell, PowerShell DSC and many more tools. Mixing these tools allows us great control and automation of processes. Also, Microsoft is only cloud provider that enabled deployment possible across private/hybrid/public cloud with their Azure/Azure Stack offering that helps us use same tools and processes no matter where we develop and deploy.

Hagai Barel

Nuvo Group Ltd., Israel

Kubernetes – From the Ground Up

As containers grow more mainstream and distributed system grow more complex, there is a need for a solution to manage and orchestrate them. Kubernetes is the de-facto industry standard in container orchestration solutions. Developed by Google and released as an open source to the community, Kubernetes builds upon decades of experience running containerized workloads to allow for self-healing, seamless horizontal scaling, fault tolerance, extensibility and more. In this workshop will explore what Kubernetes is and what it does, dive into the structure and…

Davide Fiorentino

Genuinous, United Kingdom

Coaching Microservices Architecture

Nowadays developing and running micro service seems to be a must-have. Everybody is talking about micro services – how to migrate to micro services or what are the best practice to run them, and as many using Monoliths. Listening at those who are not using micro services seems that’s a weird world where everything works magically with no effort for developers or DevOps. Well, everybody knows that DevOps are wizards, and that explains everything, doesn’t it? While there is no magic about micro services to let you think that reality is not what it seems, Davide can tell you that Wizards…

Janos Pasztor

DevOps Engineer, Austria

Getting started with Development on Docker

Docker? What’s Docker? How does this even work? Why can’t I just simply run my PHP on my dev server like I did before?

This workshop will run you through the basics of setting up a Docker development environment with Linux, Apache/nginx, PHP and MySQL. Time permitting, we will also look at certain other technologies like running NodeJS. For this workshop, you will need a laptop running Linux and at least Docker version 12, and a reasonable amount of shell scripting experience.

Rachid Zarouali

Synolia, France

Docker Security Workshop

Docker is secure by default, but what about your containers? What about your Docker production platforms? Are they secure too? This workshop will help you learning how to secure your Docker images and you Docker infrastructure. We will learn with hands-on labs how to use Docker security features and best practices to protect your containerized services. We will also learn how to push, sign and verify images with Docker Content Trust and verify potential vulnerabilities in your Docker images using security-scanning tools. All will be used to build a secure supply chain workflow using CI/CD and deployment tool, from a Docker registry to a production platform.

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