Sep 19 - 20

7+ Speakers and 100 Tickets

Overview of the event

To cater to the growing needs of the software development community, we are bringing this DevOps, Microservices and Container Summit to your city where you will hear industry experts and understand the latest trends on DevOps, Microservices and Container.

Facts & Figures About The Event

7 Speakers
7 Topics
100 Tickets

Conference Schedule

DevOps, Microservices & Containers Summit , Denver (19 September)

X Topic Abstract

DevOps is one of the biggest topics floating around the IT world today. Unfortunately, many companies believe that they can implement DevOps in their company by just buying software and tools. This talk will cover why that isn't the case and why you need to look at DevOps in your company as a cultural change, not just a tooling change.

Speaker Profile

Eujon is a true "jack of all trades" given the vast experience he's developed during his professional career across various applications, programming languages and cloud service technologies. While Eujon has architected multi-cloud solutions for the enterprise, he is just as comfortable writing code for high performance applications. He has a long history with Linux and is a frequent open source contributor. Eujon is a big proponent of DevOps, carrying real world experience with many of the tools supporting that philosophy.


X Topic Abstract

The "deploy moment" is an occasion that still gives many developers the shivers. But it shouldn’t be this way (at least not every time). Luckily enough, we have tools and processes today that enable us to turn the deploy moment into an usual activity. Gone where the days when we had to automate everything by hand. Today we have Kubernetes and OpenShift to automate out-of-box many different scenarios.

Come and join this live demo session with lots of different deployment scenarios: from basic to advanced. We'll cover the basic deployment concepts and then we'll dig into demoing how can we use open source tools like Kubernetes and OpenShift to master the deployment art.

Speaker Profile

Rafael Benevides (@rafabene) is Director of Developer Experience at Red Hat. With many years of experience in several fields of the IT industry, he helps developers and companies all over the world to be more effective in software development. Rafael considers himself a problem solver who has a big love for sharing. He is a member of Apache DeltaSpike PMC - a Duke’s Choice Award winner project, and a speaker in conferences like JavaOne, Devoxx, TDC, DevNexus and many others.


X Topic Abstract

DevOps promotes continuous improvement through a culture of collaboration. But in real terms, how do you:

- Integrate activities across diverse teams and services?
- Make objective decisions with system-wide visibility?
- Use feedback loops to enable learning and improvement?

With technology insights and real-world examples, this session will explore how leading organizations use data-driven DevOps to close their feedback loops to drive continuous improvement. You will learn:

- What are ‘known good practices’ for collecting, correlating, and analysing DevOps data?
- What DevOps relevant data and metrics are most important to different DevOps teams?
- How does advanced analytics enable data-driven DevOps decisions and enhance differentiation?
- How can data-oriented visualizations help practitioners and leaders drive value in DevOps processes?
- How does machine-learning & predictive analytics revolutionize a DevOps-driven service delivery culture?

Speaker Profile

Andi Mann, Chief Technology Advocate at Splunk, is an accomplished digital business executive with extensive global expertise as a strategist, technologist, innovator, marketer, and communicator. For over 30 years across five continents, Andi has built success with startups, enterprises, vendors, governments, and as a leading research analyst.


X Topic Abstract

DevOps, DataOps and Data Pods
Technology moves fast and containers allow us to move faster. For those building out environments centered around data, the ability to create Data Pods of every tier, (relational database, big data, application, etc.) and deliver it to development, test and for cloud migrations is incredibly powerful. To do so in an efficient, fully functional and quick fashion is how we enable the data tier to move at the speed of business.

This session digs into the requirements to virtualize, build out and enable containers as Data Pods and deliver them for multiple needs and solutions for today’s technical expert.

This change evolves DevOps to DataOps, making data the focus of the Development cycle, which as of now, has been a challenge for most in Agile.

Take-aways from this session are:

1. Clear understanding of the technical requirements to track changes between relational databases, (RDBMS) Big Data, Applications, Microservices and even middle tier products like Weblogic and Apache.

2. How to effectively architect an environment that can sustain the requirements for development, test and support, along with how it differs from cloud deployments.

3. How to migrate to the cloud without waiting till the next solar eclipse using containers/Data Pods.


X Topic Abstract

Many of us feel like we never have enough time to fully test in a given sprint, cycle or other timeframe. Add to it the concept of DevOps and it could be overwhelming. We plan for the best case scenario, but, undoubtedly, something happens with our best-laid plans that cause us to feel like we “just didn’t test enough.” In this session, we will talk about the five areas that may be causing inefficiencies in your overall approach.

Session Takeaways:
- Melissa will discuss these five areas and you’ll have a chance to share yours.
- The outcome to be practical solutions that can be implemented quickly.
- Once we have the plan to reduce or eliminate the inefficiencies, we'll talk about areas you may be able to spend more time in or add to your overall testing strategy – effectively adding more time to do what you do best!

Speaker Profile

Melissa Tondi has spent most of her career working within software testing teams. She is the founder of Denver Mobile and Quality (DMAQ), board member of Software Quality Association of Denver (SQuAD), and Director of Quality Engineering at EMS Software, where she assists teams to continuously improve the pursuit of quality software—from design to delivery and everything in between. In her software test and quality engineering careers, Melissa has focused on building and organizing teams around three major tenets—efficiency, innovation, and culture – and has created the Greatest Common Denominator (GCD) approach for determining ways in which team members can assess, implement and report on day to day activities so the gap between need and value is as small as possible.


X Topic Abstract

Sharing secrets is done unsafely far more often than safely. More often than anyone would like, it's done terrifyingly unsafely. Sharing secrets safely is hard, and if anything is harder when sharing them with with containers. The problem is that when you store secrets in a vault, you need to keep your vault key safe. If you could keep your key safe, you could keep your secrets safe, and wouldn't need a vault. This talk will cover two novel methods for sharing secrets safely with containers which significantly mitigates this key sharing problem. This technical talk is aimed at developers, DevOps teams, and security people.

Speaker Profile

Alan Robertson is a long-time IT professional, having managed computer systems for over a decade, and written innovative system management software for more than 20 years. If it's useful and seems impossible, he’s likely interested.

He wrote his first computer program a very long time ago, and was blessed to have participated in a number of really interesting and groundbreaking projects in his long career – having worked at Bell Labs, SuSE and IBM for much of that time. In 2015, OpenSource.com posted an entertaining history of his involvement in open source software.

He founded the open source Linux-HA project (sometimes called Heartbeat, now called Pacemaker) and led it for nearly 10 years. It has been incorporated into a number of commercial products, and is estimated to be used in over 100,000 systems over the world including by some of the largest companies in the world, and in critical roles like air traffic control and medical devices.

He is also a frequently requested and fun speaker on availability, monitoring, discovery, scalability, and raising Geek Girls – having spoken at over 35 conferences all over the world, and been a keynote speaker at several conferences. He connects exceptionally well with his audiences. People even ask him back (gasp!) 😉

He has a sometimes-irrepressible sense of humor, and is blessed to be the husband of a beautiful and intelligent wife for many years, with whom he has two wonderful grown daughters – both of whom work in IT.

DevOps Foundation Training (20 September, 2017)

Trainer
Nitesh Naveen

DevOps Coach & Consultant

1.21GWS

Nowadays cost of delay either in new feature delivery or in recovery of downtime of applications is very high. And so, adoption of DevOps is one of the most powerful, overarching trends we saw in the recent year in IT industry.

DevOps Foundation Training is the much needed Workshop for those who wants to learn the tool and techniques of the new age software engineering practice. -

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• Online Interview post of your company's senior executive at our media portal

Our Speakers

Nitesh Naveen

DevOps Consultant

Mark Pro Consulting

Rafael Benevides

Director of Developer Experience

Red Hat

Andi Mann

Business Technology Executive

Splunk

Kellyn Pot'Vin-Gorman

Technical Intelligence Manager and Evangelist

Delphix

Melissa Tondi

Director of Quality Engineering

EMS Software

Charles (Charlie) Martin

Software Engineer, Instructor, Writer

Pajamas Media

Alan Robertson

 

 

Our Pricing

DevOps Foundation Workshop

Standard
USD 300 Till September 20

Conference

Standard
USD 150 Till September 19

Our Testimonial

FAQs

Who can attend DevOps, Microservices & Containers Summit in Denver?

- Software developers, Tech lead, QA Testers, Automation engineer
- IT support engineer, IT Operations person, Build and Release Engineer
- Architect, Engineering Managers
- DevOps engineer, DevOps professional

Why to attend DevOps, Microservices & Containers Summit in Denver?

- Access to Full-day event including tea, lunch
- Talks by industry experts on different aspects of DevOps, Microservices and Container
- Overview of frameworks and tools that you can adopt
- Access to slide decks of all speakers
- Networking opportunities with other passionate professionals from your city

What will you learn about?

Learn latest techniques and skills required for DevOps from industry stalwarts themselves. Latest trends, concepts, processes and tools to understand and acknowledge challenges in Devops, Microservices and Containers. Meet and network with fellow DevOps experts from leading companies. Learn how to adapt and adopt these changes quickly and swiftly within a team and also across the enterprise.

Are there any prerequisites to attend this program?

No

Do I need to register for the event?

Yes, all conference attendees must register in advance to attend the event.

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