DevOps Pro Europe 2020

March 24-26


Confirmed Talks

Sean McGinnis


Release Automation via Git

Over the years of growth, the OpenStack community faced the challenges of releasing software consistently for a growing number of deliverables and a wide range of users with varying levels of experience. Many of these challenges have been addressed by automating the release process through a workflow familiar to the project developers…

Session Keywords

🔑 CI
🔑 GitOps
🔑 Automation

Martin Hinshelwood

naked Agility Limited, Scotland

An Enterprise Transformation that Shows that You Can Too

“That would never work here.” You’ve likely heard this sentiment (or maybe you’ve even said it yourself). Good news: change is possible. Martin Hinshelwood explains how Microsoft’s Azure DevOps Services formerly VSTS went from a three-year waterfall delivery cycle to three-week iterations and open sourced the Azure DevOps task library and the Git Virtual File System.

Session Keywords

🔑 Microsoft
🔑 Change
🔑 Agile
🔑 Tranformation
🔑 DevOps

Rafał Leszko

Hazelcast, Poland

5 Levels of High Availability: from Multi-instance to Hybrid Cloud

Does running your application on multiple machines mean it’s highly available? Technically yes, but the term HA is already more than that. Take Kubernetes installation, if you install it on AWS, it’s not considered HA unless your master nodes are in different availability zones, not only on different machines.

Session Keywords

🔑 Architecture
🔑 Cloud
🔑 High Availability

Martins Sipenko

KASKO, Latvia

Automated Machine Image Build Pipeline for Multi Account AWS Setup

More and more companies are starting to adopt multi account AWS setups and it becomes harder to manage custom machine images. This talk will cover how Packer, in conjunction with CI tools, can be used to set up AMI build pipeline that can not only build images, but also distribute them across multiple AWS accounts in a secure way.

Session Keywords

🔑 CI
🔑 Packer

Andrey Devyatkin

Hippo Technologies, Spain/Sweden

HashiCorp Vault Configuration as Code via HashiCorp Terraform: Stories from Trenches

With every month Vault provider for Terraform gets better and better allowing configuration as code approach for most of the Vaults features. Hippo Technologies is a Terraform shop, and we were quite excited to able to apply Terraform power for Vault configuration. In this talk, Andrey will share our journey – what went well and what not so well, what you should consider before you start.

Session Keywords

🔑 DevOps
🔑 Infrastructure as Code
🔑 HashiCorp Vault
🔑 Terraform

Sabine Wojcieszak

getNext IT, Germany

A Fairy Tale About Habits or What We Can Learn from Cinderella And Her Peers in DevOps!

In the good, old times fairy tales have been used to distribute a common understanding of good and bad behaviors in an entertaining way. This talk will translate some ideas of fairy tales into the modern world of DevOps! Like Cinderella´s “The good in the potty, the bad in the croppy” this talk will focus on common habits on individual, team and organizational level, which will either support or harm your DevOps initiatives. 

Session Keywords

🔑 Team
🔑 Habits
🔑 Culture
🔑 Collaboration

Will Foster

Red Hat, Ireland

Deploying Complex Application Stacks with Ansible

In todays climate the need for agility and automation in deploying and managing complex application stacks are more demanding than ever. In this talk I’m going to go over deploying complex application stacks (using Elasticsearch / ELK as an example), best practices, lessons learned and a demo (on my laptop)

Session Keywords

🔑 Application Stacks
🔑 Ansible

Renato Losio

Funambol, Germany

Serverless Databases: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Starting with AWS, the major cloud providers offer different options to run a MySQL or a MySQL compatible database on the cloud. A new approach is to rely on so called serverless (relational) databases like Aurora Serverless that offer both traditional TCP connections and HTTP API access. Can serverless really be the future?

Session Keywords

🔑 Database
🔑 Cloud
🔑 Serverless

Rob Bos

Xpirit, The Netherlands

How to Run a Global, Cloud Scale Event for 10.000 People

I want to tell you a story, a story about an event that spanned 35 countries, reached 10.000 participants, involved 1.400 websites and databases, raised 8 disruptions on those websites and even caused Azure DevOps outages. In which we reached the limits of the cloud and still were able to spend only half of the budget.

Session Keywords

🔑 AzureDevOps
🔑 Azure
🔑 End-to-end

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