DevOps Pro Europe 2019

CONFERENCE PROGRAMVENUE
DevOps Pro Europe 2019

ABOUT #DevOpsProEurope

Annual DevOps Pro Europe 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 Europe 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 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)

SCHEDULE

Workshops Program (March 19)

Venue
Crowne Plaza Vilnius - M. K. Čiurlionio str. 84, Vilnius
09:30 - 10:00
Registration
Powerful Refinements with BDD
Geoffrey van der Tas & Jos Punter



Extending the Kubernetes API
Hagai Barel



Build a Secure and Efficient Supply-chain
Rachid Zarouali



Hands-on Introduction to Kubernetes (SOLD OUT)
Andrea Giardini



Pragmatic DevOps
Kaimar Karu



Cloud Automation with Terraform and Ansible
Janos Pasztor
10:00 - 11:30
1st PART of the workshop
11:30 - 11:45
Coffee Break
11:45 - 13:15
2nd PART of the workshop
13:15 - 14:15
Lunch Break
14:15 - 15:45
3rd PART of the workshop
15:45 - 16:00
Coffee Break
16:00 - 17:30
4th PART of the workshop
Crowne Plaza Vilnius - M. K. Čiurlionio str. 84, Vilnius
Powerful Refinements with BDD
Geoffrey van der Tas & Jos Punter


Extending the Kubernetes API
Hagai Barel


Build a Secure and Efficient Supply-chain
Rachid Zarouali


Hands-on Introduction to Kubernetes (SOLD OUT)
Andrea Giardini


Pragmatic DevOps
Kaimar Karu


Cloud Automation with Terraform and Ansible
Janos Pasztor
Workshops Program
09:30 - 10:00
Registration
10:00 - 11:30
1st PART of the workshop
11:30 - 11:45
Coffee Break
11:45 - 13:15
2nd PART of the workshop
13:15 - 14:15
Lunch Break
14:15 - 15:45
3rd PART of the workshop
15:45 - 16:00
Coffee Break
16:00 - 17:30
4th PART of the workshop

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

1st Conference Day (March 20)

Hall 5Hall 6Hall 1Hall 2
08:00 - 09:00
Registration
09:00 - 10:00
OPENING KEYNOTE:
A Practical Path towards Becoming a High Performance (IT) Organization
Michiel Sens
Xebia
Hall 5
10:10 - 10:55
Docker Image Journey - How to Shrink a Docker Image
Lothar Schulz
ReachNow
Docker
Kubernetes
Images
Hall 5
On-Call Experience at Uber
Steponas Dauginis & Vytautas Šaltenis
Uber
Monitoring
Experience
Hall 6
Cynefin and Sense-Making in the Digital World
Kaimar Karu
Mindbridge
Cynefin
Complexity
Decision Making
Hall 1
Syslog-ng for DevOps: Customized Logging with Python
Peter Czanik
Balabit
Logging
Python
Syslog-ng
Hall 2
10:55 - 11:20
Morning Break
11:20 - 12:05
Logging, Instrumentation, Dashboards, Alerts
Henry Been
Henry Been Consultancy
Logging
Alerting
Metrics
Dashboards
Hall 5
Data Breaches: Barbarians in the Throne Room
Dave Lewis
Cisco
Web Security
Hall 6
Jenkins Scaling and Organization for an Efficient CI
Andrea Giardini
Camunda Services GmbH
Kubernetes
Jenkins
CI/CD
Automation
Hall 1
How the Future of Software Will be Different
Johannes Nicolai
GitHub
GitHub
Security
Machine Learning
Hall 2
12:15 - 13:00
DevSecOps: How to Use DevOps to Make You More Secure
Zane Lackey
Signal Sciences
Security
Hall 5
Accelerate AppDev with KIK (Kubernetes-Istio-Knative)
Dharmesh Sheta
Google
Kubernetes
Istio
Knative
Hall 6
Business Analysis Activities in a CD Environment
Liviu-Stefanita Baiu
Endava
Business Analysis
CD
Hall 1
Reliability Lessons from Running High Traffic Services for more than 10 Years
Augusto Rosa
Slalom Build
Reliability
Chaos Engineering
Hall 2
13:00 - 14:00
Lunch Break
14:00 - 14:45
DevOps in the Enterprise: My Experience at Accenture
Jose Quaresma
Accenture
Agile
Enterprise
Culture
Hall 5
Knative: A Kubernetes Framework to manage Serverless Workloads
Nikhil Barthwal
Google
Kubernetes
Serverless
Distributed Systems
Hall 6
DevOps - The Automation of Compliance
Erwin Staal
4DotNet
Automation
Compliance
Audit
Hall 1
Getting Out of Quicksand, with DevOps!
Roman Pickl
Elektrobit Austria GmbH
Culture
Experience
Hall 2
14:50 - 15:35
CI/CD with Kubernetes - the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Hagai Barel
Nuvo
Kubernetes
CI/CD
Automation
Hall 5
Application Performances Monitoring with Elastic APM and the ELK Stack
Alain Lompo
Senacor
Elasticsearch
Monitoring
Spring Boot
Hall 6
Sync Work Items Between Multiple Team Projects on Azure DevOps: the Good, the Bad, the Ugly…
Lorenzo Barbieri
Microsoft
Azure
VSTS
Serverless
Hall 1
Synchronous vs Asynchronous Digital Circuits as an Analogy to Organizational Dysfunction Applied to DevOps Practices
Howard Deiner
Deinersoft
Agile
Lean
DevOps
Hall 2
15:35 - 15:55
Afternoon Break
15:55 - 16:40
Unicorns and Elephants - Establishing DevOps in an Established Environment
Rick Allan
Zurich Insurance
Legacy Systems
Large Organisations
Culture Change
Hall 5
MySQL on the Cloud: a Journey from Virtual Machines to Serverless Deployments
Renato Losio
Funambol, Inc
MySQL
AWS
Hall 6
Gentoo as a Docker Build System?
Janos Pasztor
A1 Digital
Docker
Gentoo
Build
Hall 1
"This Website is Not Secured" You Had One Job: Configuring the Edge Proxy!
Damien Duportal
Containous / Independent Consultant
Traefik
Reverse-Proxy
HTTPS
Cloud-Native
Hall 2
16:45 - 17:30
CLOSING KEYNOTE:
Monitoring, Alerting, and Paging: A Three-Part Guide to Incurring Human Costs In Engineering
Matthew Simons
Workiva
Hall 5
17:45 - 19:55
Special movie session for DevOps Pro Europe community
Captain Marvel
(HALL 1)

2nd Conference Day (March 21)

Hall 5Hall 6Hall 1Hall 2
09:00 - 10:00
OPENING KEYNOTE:
Portable Pipelines
Carlos Leon
The Cloud Natives
Hall 5
10:10 - 10:55
Workflow Orchestration Embedded in your DevOps Tool Chain
Alon Lebenthal
BMC
Workflow Orchestration
Automation
Hall 5
OpenShift: a Kubernetes Story in an Enterprise Environment
Simonas Kareiva
Danske Bank
OpenShift
Kubernetes
Hall 6
Smart Data-driven Alerts (SDdA) and How They Make DevOps Life Easier
Artem Demchenkov
Billie
Monitoring
Prometheus
Hall 1
GitHub Actions: Open Source Workflow Automation
Bas Peters
GitHub
GitHub
Automation
CI/CD
Open Source
Hall 2
10:55 - 11:20
Morning Break
11:20 - 12:05
A Startup in Three Stages - DevOps Approach
Will Button
Will Button, LLC
Startups
Infrastructure
Best Practices
Hall 5
Continuous Security at the Next Level
Martin Reinhardt
Holisticon AG
CD
Security
Hall 6
Google Cloud Platform Solutions for DevOps Engineers
Marton Kodok
REEA.net
Cloud
Kubernetes
FaaS
PaaS
Hall 1
How to Deploy Honeypots into your Kubernetes
Kayra Otaner
DataSkala / SecOps360
Docker
Kubernetes
SecOps
Hall 2
12:15 - 13:00
DevSecOps - Build it and Secure it
Manuel Schuller
Electric Cloud
Security
Pipelines
Hall 5
Terraform for Serverless. Best Practices. Lessons Learned.
Eugene Istrati
Mitoc Group
Terraform
Serverless
Hall 6
Create and Deploy Multi Tenant Applications on Azure with Azure DevOps
Benny Michielsen
Info Support
Azure
Pipelines
Hall 1
DevOps! Let's Change QA!
Geoffrey van der Tas
Ordina
QA
Testing
Automation
Hall 2
13:00 - 14:00
Lunch Break
14:00 - 14:45
Securing your CI/CD Pipeline
Jeroen Willemsen
Xebia
CI/CD
Pipeline
Hall 5
Docker and the Path to a Better Staging Environment
Gil Tayar
Applitools
Docker
Kubernetes
Testing
Hall 6
DevOps in the Era of Containers - What Has Changed?
Guy Salton
Codefresh
CI/CD
Containers
Kubernetes
Hall 1
How to Achieve Scalable Environments using Kubernetes and VMSS on Azure Cloud
Noam Shochat
eToro
Jenkins
Kubernetes
Docker
Azure
VMSS
.Net
Hall 2
14:50 - 15:35
Git Best-Practice - Keeping a Diary
Jachim Coudenys
Combell Group
Git
Hall 5
Four Pillars and a Base: The Nuts and Bolts of a Microservice-based Project
Gil Tayar
Applitools
Node.js
Kubernetes
Microservices
Testing
Hall 6
Zero-Downtime Java Enterprise Applications with Kubernetes
Sebastian Daschner
IBM
Kubernetes
Enterprise Java
Hall 1
Security in a DevOps World
Peter Souter
HashiCorp
Security
SecOps
Infrastructure
Hall 2
15:35 - 15:55
Afternoon Break
15:55 - 16:15
DevOps Challenge
powered by Uber
16:15 - 17:00
CLOSING KEYNOTE:
Pivoting a Company Towards GitOps and Continuous Delivery - A Technical Practices Coach's Tale for the Misbegotten
Howard Deiner
Deinersoft
Hall 5

Keynote Speakers

Michiel Sens

Xebia, Netherlands

Howard Deiner

Deinersoft, USA

Matthew Simons

Workiva, USA

Carlos Leon

The Cloud Natives, Netherlands

CONFERENCE Speakers

Johannes Nicolai

GitHub, Germany

Nikhil Barthwal

Google, USA

Peter Souter

HashiCorp, UK

Dave Lewis

Cisco, Canada

Conference Speakers

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Johannes Nicolai

GitHub, Germany

Nikhil Barthwal

Google, USA

Peter Souter

HashiCorp, UK

Dave Lewis

Cisco, Canada

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TICKETS

Full ticket

550 EUR     

Workshop ticket + 2-Day Conference ticket (March 19-21, 2019)

Workshop ticket (March 19, 2019)

1 day of sessions (March 20 or 21, 2019)

2 days of sessions (March 20-21, 2019)

Full ticket + Hotel

SOLD OUT     

Full ticket + 3 nights in host hotel

2-Day Conference + Hotel

SOLD OUT     

2-Day Conference ticket + 2 nights in host hotel

TICKETS

Conference Starts in:

Day(s)

:

Hour(s)

:

Minute(s)

:

Second(s)

Full ticket

550 EUR

Workshop ticket + 2-Day Conference ticket (March 19-21, 2019)

Workshop ticket

300 EUR

Workshop ticket (March 19, 2019)

1-Day Conference ticket

240 EUR

1 day of sessions (March 20 or 21, 2019)

2-Day Conference ticket

400 EUR

2 days of sessions (March 20-21, 2019)

Full ticket + Hotel

SOLD OUT

Full ticket + 3 nights in host hotel

2-Day Conference + Hotel

SOLD OUT

2-Day Conference ticket + 2 nights in host hotel

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SPEAKERS

WORKSHOPS

ATTENDEES

You’ll fall in love with Vilnius!

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OUR UPCOMING CONFERENCES

Conference Venue
(20-21 March)

OZAS shopping and entertainment center

Ozo str. 18, LT–08243 Vilnius, Lithuania

Workshops Venue
(19 March)

M. K. Čiurlionio str. 84

Vilnius, Lithuania

Conference Venue
(20-21 March)

Multikino

Ozo str. 18, LT–08243
Vilnius, Lithuania



Workshops Venue
(19 March)

Crowne Plaza Vilnius

M. K. Čiurlionio str. 84,
Vilnius, Lithuania