DevOps Pro Europe 2022

May 23-26

Vilnius and Online

Confirmed Talks

Oliver Nocon

SAP SE, Germany

Infrastructure-Agnostic Continuous Delivery

In this session you will learn about one way to get prepared for the future by using the Open Source project “Piper”.

Session Keywords

🔑 CI/CD
🔑 Open Source
🔑 Piper

Spyridon Maniotis

Danske Bank, Denmark

360 ° DevSecOps Enterprise Adoption

The session will outline the key elements, domains, and considerations when applying DevSecOps at scale and at harmony.

Session Keywords

🔑 DevSecOps
🔑 Tools
🔑 Enterprise

Matt Johnson

Bridgecrew.io, UK

A tale of 3 goats – Immutable infrastructure security

In this talk: We’ll cover the current state of infrastructure security in the open-source registries. From there we will continue to discuss best practices for writing, testing, and maintaining infrastructure at scale, keeping the infrastructure code secured using open source scanners.

Session Keywords

🔑 Security
🔑 Cloud
🔑 IaC

Michael J. Garbade

Education Ecosystem, US

Kubernetes for MLOps: How to Scale Enterprise Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence

The presentation will help engineers and organizations with on-premise production to automate their processes and environments. It will also help to show how DevOps and MLOps projects can be much more robust in resource placement.

Session Keywords

🔑 AI
🔑 Kubernetes
🔑 Scalability

Amir Shaked

PerimeterX, Israel

Create a Learning Culture

In this talk, we will discuss how to create a learning culture using debriefs, what to avoid, and how to instill change in an engineering organization.

Session Keywords

🔑 Chaos Engineering
🔑 Culture

Adam Such

Sonatype, UK

The Data Behind DevSecOps: The Power of Hindsight to Protect your Supply Chain

A series of high profile and devastating cyber attacks have demonstrated that adversaries have the intent and ability to exploit security vulnerabilities in the software supply chain. Never was that so apparent than in the massive breaches at Equifax, Solarwinds and Codecov. Attacks are no longer just focussed on code running in production, they directly target the Developer and their tools.

Session Keywords

🔑 DevSecOps
🔑 Open Source

Mitun Zavery

Sonatype, UK

The Evolving Role of the Developer in 2021

The role of the developer continues to change as they sit on the front line of application and even cloud infrastructure security. Today, developers are focused on innovating fast and improving security, but how do high-performing teams accomplish this? They commit code frequently, release often and update dependencies regularly (608x faster than others).

Session Keywords

🔑 DevSecOps
🔑 Open Source