DevOps Pro Europe 2023

May 23 - 24



May 25 - 26



Confirmed Talks

George Kosmidis

ALLPLAN, Germany

Create and Publish a Blazor Component as Nuget Package

In this session, we will create together a Blazor Weather Widget which will publish as a Nuget package using Azure DevOps.

Session Keywords

🔑 Azure
🔑 Blazor
🔑 Nuget

Lidor Gerstel

Matrix, Israel

Lightweight Kubernetes -K3s for CI Pipelines

In This amazing Session, Lidor will share a real-world use case of running Hundreds of CI Pipelines per day on very Lightweight Kubernetes AKA K3S , There will be code samples and Live Demo.

Session Keywords

🔑 Kubernetes
🔑 PIpelines
🔑 Jenkins
🔑 GitLab

Marcin Stozek

Sumo Logic, Poland

How to Train Your Bash

Marcin wants to show you that when you know some “dos and don’ts” and keep some rigor, your Bash script can be easy to write, read and refactor. It won’t surprise you with side effects when it’s run. You can do programming in Bash, really! And if you’re crazy enough, it can even be functional. Don’t grow gray hair anymore – come see how to train your Bash.

Session Keywords

🔑 Scripting
🔑 Bash

PJ Hagerty

Mattermost, US

DevOps – Philosophy vs Practice

This talk will focus on successful setups and all the parts and tools that go into them. How do we make sure we have everything we need for our organization. We’ll also discuss how to get the buy-in needed from your team to make it work.

Session Keywords

🔑 Tools
🔑 Automation

Szymon Kedzierski

Labwellserved, Poland

Serverless observability with OpenTelemetry

There are three primary types of telemetry data through which systems are made observable: logs, metrics and traces. In highly distributed systems monitoring and visibility becomes a challenge. Learn how to instrument your Lambda functions with OpenTelemetry, Cloud Native Computing Foundation project and send metrics and traces to multiple monitoring solutions.

Session Keywords

🔑 Serverless
🔑 Observability
🔑 Tracing

Henning Schwentner

WPS – Workplace Solutions, Germany

Finding Team and Microservices Boundaries with Domain Storytelling

For a microservices architecture to be successful it is crucial to have the right boundaries between the microservices. But where are the right boundaries? We would like to present a tool that helps us answer this question.

Session Keywords

🔑 Collaborative Modeling
🔑 Team Organization

Lars Larsson

Elastisys, Sweden

Principles for Designing and Deploying Scalable Applications on Kubernetes

Lars will explain how to develop and deploy applications specifically to take advantage of the capabilities offered by Kubernetes.

Session Keywords

🔑 Software Architecture
🔑 Kubernetes
🔑 Operations

Łukasz Piątkowski

Giant Swarm, Poland

Delivering Apps at Scale

This talk highlights the main problems with managing application delivery at scale. It shows how we combined existing and new OSS tools to test, build and deliver Helm charts to hundreds of clusters.

Session Keywords

🔑 Kubernetes
🔑 Helm

Roberto Freato

Witailer, Italy

Serverless Containers with Azure, Containers Instances & Apps

In the latest years, containers become the new standard to run workloads regardless of the underlying compute runtime. But, the orchestrator cost is still there, in most of the scenarios. With Azure, we can use containers without all the hassle of managing K8s, first with Azure Container Instances and now with Azure Container Apps. Come to this session to see how we made it run in production with those amazing tools.

Session Keywords

🔑 Serverless
🔑 Containers
🔑 Docker
🔑 Dapr

Robert Hoffmann

Amazon Web Services, Germany

Stop Configuring Infrastructure, Start Coding It!

This talk gives an overview of this alternative approach to IaC and answers some of the most burning questions: Can we finally get rid of tons and tons of YAML and JSON files? What are the pros and cons of coding instead of configuring? What tools can we use, what are their differences? And most importantly, do they help us to build infrastructure like a boss without 30 years of experience?

Session Keywords

🔑 IaC
🔑 TypeScript
🔑 Python

Thomas Schuetz

Dynatrace, Austria

Unifying Infrastructure and Application Delivery

In this talk, Thomas will bring some light into combined infrastructure and application deployment using Keptn to show you how those seemingly separated activities can be unified.

Session Keywords

🔑 Microservices
🔑 Infrastructure
🔑 Continuous Delivery