DevOps Pro Europe 2021
ONLINE EDITION

May 11-13

Online

Confirmed Talks

Michiel Rook

Independent Consultant, The Netherlands

Keynote

Learning in Production (or Why the Apollo 11 Landing Nearly Failed)

What can we learn from the Apollo 11 landing? How can we prepare for the unknown and build our adaptive capacity?

Session Keywords

🔑 Chaos Engineering
🔑 Adaptive Capacity
🔑 Resilience Engineering
🔑 Testing

Debbie Levitt

Delta CX, Italy

Keynote

Improving Agility by Using Customers’ Definitions of “Quality” and “Done”

In this session, you’ll learn why “Design thinking,” “Lean UX,” “empathy,” and other trendy shortcuts work against user satisfaction. Learn how to change processes to improve agility, eliminate some Lean waste, and produce better customer outcomes.

Session Keywords

🔑 Agile
🔑 Lean
🔑 Customer Satisfaction

Joe Perez

NC Dept of Health & Human Services / SolonTek Corporation, US

Keynote

Facilitating Innovation in a Post-covid19 World: Cultivating a Climate for Paradigm Shift

Discover three types of flexibility in leadership and work/life balance needed to make that happen in the aftermath of COVID-19.

Session Keywords

🔑 Change Management
🔑 Work Life Balance
🔑 Post-COVID19
🔑 Innovation

Richard Simon

MultiCloud Global, UK

Keynote

A Pragmatic Approach To Cloud Centre Of Excellence

This talk will provide a definition of CCoE, the components needed to create such a team, and how to enable such a team to deliver on your DevOps goals.

Viktor Farcic

Shipa, Spain

Combining Progressive Delivery with GitOps and Continuous Delivery

Through a hands-on demo, we will combine Argo CD as a tool of choice for applying GitOps, Argo Rollouts for progressive delivery, and Codefresh for continuous delivery pipelines that will tie those two together with the rest of the steps needed in the lifecycle of our applications.

Session Keywords

🔑 GitOps
🔑 Kubernetes
🔑 Containers
🔑 Pipelines

Rafał Leszko

Hazelcast, Poland

Build Your Kubernetes Operator with the Right Tool!

In his talk Rafał will present:
– Different ways of building Kubernetes Operators
– Demo of building the same Operator using different tools
– Methods used by the most popular Operators (Couchbase, Prometheus, MongoDB)

Session Keywords

🔑 Kubernetes
🔑 Operators
🔑 Couchbase
🔑 Prometheus
🔑 MongoDB

Eran Kinsbruner

perfecto, US

Strategy for Acing Continuous Testing in DevOps

In this session, Eran Kinsbruner, Chief Evangelist and author of continuous testing for DevOps professionals book will provide a blueprint of how continuous testing should work in DevOps.

Session Keywords

🔑 Test Automation
🔑 Continuous Testing
🔑 Test Frameworks

Fredrik Carleson

Skatteverket, Sweden

Can Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Ideas Help Build Better Software?

At university, Fredrik studied theoretical philosophy. One of the more strange philosophers he studied was Wittgenstein. He meant that we will never understand each other. His theories have since then been dormant in Fredrik’s mind.

Session Keywords

🔑 Philosophy
🔑 Communication
🔑 Cooperation

Christian Jantz

Arctic Foxes, Germany

Kubernetes and Multi-Tenancy

In this session, we will explore how multi-tenancy clusters fit into the corporations, how to operate them using DevOps practices, and how the open policy agent framework helps achieve common ground for tenants.

Session Keywords

🔑 Kubernetes
🔑 Cloud
🔑 Multi-Tenancy Clusters
🔑 Culture

Evan Smith

Solvemate, Germany

Kind Engineering: How To Engineer Kindness

Software Engineering is an environment that is rife with worrying stereotypes like the “Brilliant Jerk” and the “Peter Principle”. How do you be a kind engineer and encourage kindness in engineering?

Session Keywords

🔑 Culture
🔑 Management
🔑 Engineering Process