DevOps Pro Europe 2023

May 23 - 24

Conference

Online

May 25 - 26

Conference

Vilnius

Confirmed Talks

Filipe Oliveira

Redis, Portugal

End-To-End Performance Testing, Profiling, and Analysis at Redis

In this talk, we describe how this type of automation and “zero-touch” profiling scaled our ability to pursue performance regressions and to find opportunities to improve the efficiency of our code, helping us (as a company) to start shifting from a reactive to a more proactive performance mindset.

Session Keywords

🔑 Databases
🔑 Redis
🔑 Performance
🔑 Profiling
🔑 Observability
🔑 TDD

Gurpreet Sachdeva

Capgemini, India

Value Stream Thinking – The Next Phase of DevOps

This session will give an introduction to Value Stream Thinking, its benefits, and techniques. Why Value Stream Thinking is now being seen as the next level of DevOps progression. Gurpreet will also elaborate on how can organizations go about implementing it.

Session Keywords

🔑 Value Stream Thinking
🔑 VST

Rob Richardson

Jetpack, US

Level-up your DevOps with GitHub Actions and Kubernetes

Are you looking to rapidly deploy your content? Are Docker containers in your future? Come for this demo-only presentation where we start from scratch, live-code a Dockerfile, build up a DevOps pipeline in GitHub Actions, and deploy to Kubernetes. Once set up, commit, and watch the magic flow into place. You too can automate your deployments.

Session Keywords

🔑 Kubernetes
🔑 Containers

Vishnu Vasudevan

Opsera, US

How to Integrate Security & Quality Into Your CI/CD Pipelines and What KPIs to Measure

In this session, learn how Developers can take security and quality into their own hands, empowered by automation tools. Enable collaboration between your Development, IT Operations, Security, and Quality teams with 100+ KPIs across your CI/CD pipelines.

Session Keywords

🔑 Security
🔑 CI/CD

Aviad Mor

Lumigo, Israel

Observability Across Serverless Asynchronous Managed Services

Serverless computing transactions are a combination of owned code (like AWS Lambda) and managed services (Like SNS, SQS, EventBridge, DynamoDB, and more). Applying distributed tracing on your own code through instrumentation is relatively simple (though requires a lot of work). The challenge lies with the managed service, how to trace a full transaction across services like queues, streams, and databases.

Session Keywords

🔑 Serverless
🔑 Observability
🔑 Monitoring
🔑 Troubleshooting

Borys Neselovskyi

EnterpriseDB, Germany

Running Postgres Securely in Cloud-Native Environments With Kubernetes

Join Borys to discover how our Kubernetes Operator can be deployed in public/private/hybrid environments. Core Kubernetes features such as self-healing, high availability, scalability, and rolling updates are implemented for database operations.

Session Keywords

🔑 Kubernetes
🔑 Operator
🔑 Postgres
🔑 Security
🔑 Monitoring
🔑 High Availability

Erez Berkner

Lumigo, Israel

Monitoring Kubernetes Vs. Serverless Based Applications

In this session we will discuss:
The differences between monitoring Kubernetes and serverless based applications
Best practices for serverless monitoring
Methods to efficiently troubleshoot serverless based applications

Session Keywords

🔑 Serverless
🔑 Observability
🔑 Kubernetes
🔑 Cloud

Michael Dowden

Andromeda Galactic Solutions, US

Code Automation with Bitbucket

As developers, we like the speed and consistency of code automation, but we don’t always want a lot of complex infrastructures to maintain.

Fortunately for us, Bitbucket is essentially an automation engine sitting on top of Git, which is both powerful and easy to use.

Session Keywords

🔑 Automation
🔑 CI/CD
🔑 BitBucket

Miguel Rojas

Pure Storage, Spain

Data Management for Kubernetes: Backup | DR | Migration

In this session, we will see how Portworx is able to manage volumes in the cloud with Kubernetes in seconds AND migrate that data from cluster to cluster in minutes, even a Disaster Recovery environment with ZERO data loss and NO downtime. Do you want to see it live? join this session!

Session Keywords

🔑 Kubernetes
🔑 Data
🔑 Backups

Sohan Maheshwar

Amazon Web Services, The Netherlands

Architecting in the Cloud for Sustainability

Efficiency in every aspect of cloud infrastructure can accelerate the sustainability of your workloads through optimization and informed architecture patterns.

This session will dive deeper into Sustainability techniques for your cloud workloads, and provide direction on reducing the energy and carbon impact of AWS architectures. The talk will cover user patterns, software design, and AWS service considerations, and customers of any size can apply these guidelines to their workloads.

This session will also briefly cover how AWS is committed to innovating in sustainability as the organization works toward Amazon’s goal of achieving net-zero carbon by 2040.

Lets build a greener future 🍂

Session Keywords

🔑 Cloud
🔑 Architecture
🔑 Sustainability