DevOps Exchange @ Cloud and DevOps World
We're excited to be partnering with The Cloud and DevOps World conference for the next DevOps Exchange in June.
The Exhibition have invited us to take the stage for the afternoon of June the 14th, from 12:30 to 17:00.
The agenda for the DevOps Exchange Track is below and for full details on the Agenda, how to register and more info on The Cloud and DevOps World please click here.
Balancing Complexity: With Kubernetes And Vault
Time: 13:30 - 14:00
Speaker: Richard Marshall
Job title: Head Of Platform
Company: Wealth Wizards
All software systems are inherently complex. By balancing the complexity of the software across a whole system we’re able to deliver software faster, safely and more securely across our regulated advice platform. Discover how we use microservices, kubernetes and hashicorp vault to help solve these problems along with some of the things learned along the way.
Micro Infrastructure At ITV
Time: 14:00 - 14:20
Job Title: Platform Engineer
The concept of infrastructure as code continues to evolve to match modern development practices. What lessons for the design of IT infrastructure can be learnt from Microservice Architecture design patterns? In this talk we will develop the analogue between Microservices and “Micro Infrastructures”, and discuss how such a design was implemented with Terraform and Puppet codebases at ITV. We will see how this has improved our agility, security and reliability.
How Much Friction Is Acceptable?
Time: 14:20 - 14:50
Speaker: Connon MacRae
Job Title: Technical Operations
The challenges in in transitioning from consolidated tools in a heterogeneous enviorment; how do you find an acceptable degree of standardisation/ consistency and enable autonomy without getting in the way. Gitlab, CI.CD Pipeline, EFK, Prometheus, Hybrid Cloud (AWS and on-perm and all the challenges with that); How Ticketmaster is using them and some of the challenges moving towards distributed tooling?
Observability In A Microservices World
Time: 14:50 - 15:10
Job Title: Founder & CEO
As our infrastructure has evolved from cloud, to containers to microservices, so have our monitoring needs to help developers and operations really understand what’s going on in their environments. Learn about monitoring in this new landscape to ensure every team has the observability they need.
Above talk no longer taking place, replaced by the below
CI/CD: A GitOps model for Kubernetes
Time: 14:50 - 15:10
Speaker: Federico Fregosi
Job Title: Lead Site Reliability Engineer
In this talk, we're gonna introduce the GitOps model or "Operations by Pull Requests" for CI/CD. Describing how we can have a unique source of truth for the code deployed and the infrastructure. We're gonna talk about how we can use this model with Jenkins and Circle.Ci to efficiently deploy a fully automated continuous pipeline for microservices and Kubernetes. We're gonna go through the features explaining advantages and trade-offs: how to implement "promotion" across multiple environments for both the deployable artifacts and the configuration and how to have complete logging and auditability in a simple template logic.
Driving Disruption From Statup To Innovating The Developer Experience
Time: 15:10 - 15:30
Speaker: Chris Jackson
Job Title: Director of Cloud Platforms
Above talk no longer taking place, being replaced by the below
Cost Control and Governance Best Practices in AWS Cloud
Time: 15:10 - 15:30
Speaker: Fernando Honig
Job Title: AWS Architect
Moving your infrastructure and workloads to the cloud implies a lot of R&D. You start small, you create a few AWS Accounts, and then you end up having in between 10 to 15 accounts, you forget to delete instances, to rotate keys, your security is compromised and your start seeing unexpected bills. I will give you some tips to save money, keep your environments secured and follow best practices adopted by the cloud ecosystem.
Serving Up Environments: Accessing Containers With Codetainer
Time: 15:30 - 16:00
Speaker: Andy Singleton
Job Title: CTO
In complex cloud infrastructure, how easy is it to access and modify running containers. learn how Codetainer is used as part of an automated assessment app, providing engineers with easy access to complex container-based assessment environments.
Hopefully see you all there!
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