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Join us at DevOps Hack Summit in Sydney happening on 06th December, 2019.

A DevOps Hack Summit is a software development technique—a variant of the service-oriented architecture architectural style that structures an application as a collection of loosely coupled services.

The DevOps Hack Summit is a forum for the discussion of all aspects of Microservices, Containers & Serverless : their design, programming, and operations. Speakers from industry report success stories, best practices, current challenges, and will participate to discussion panels on the adoption and evolution of Microservices, Containers & Serverless.

DevOps Hack Summit successfully brings together many practitioners and researchers interested in the software paradigm ofDevOps Hack Summit.

Facts & Figures About The Event

7 Speakers
7 Topics
50 Tickets

Our Past Speakers

Tony Trinh

Director - Data Engineering & Machine Learning

Elastic Consulting

Pradeep TK

Senior Consultant - Microsoft.Net

Dialog Information Technology

Harshu Despande

Managing Director | Tech Evangelist


James Hegedus

Software Developer Experience

Bharath Raj

Senior Service Reliability Engineer

National Australia Bank

Ivan Niccolai

Digital Identity Lead – ANZ region

DXC Technology

Sarah Young

Azure Cloud Security and Compliance Architect


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Conference Schedule

DevOps Hack Summit, Sydney
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In this talk I am going to share my learning of developing microservices platform using Kubernetes. Some of the things we will talk about are :

● Deployment strategies - What are some of the best ways and tools one should use to achieve seamless deployments. We will talk about rolling deployments and how do they work.

● Traceability and Observability - With lots of containers running microservices it gets a bit tricky to track and debug when things go wrong. What are the best practices which can help us give better traceability and observability.

● Monitoring and Alerts - Monitoring and alerts play a vital role in having a robust and highly available microservices platform. We will delve into some of the tools and techniques used for the same.

● Logging

● Security - How do we make sure that the microservices are secure. We will talk about things like Pod level Security, Linux Capabilities and how to set a proper security Context for the pods.

● Resilience and Failover - What are some of the techniques which can help to make the services resilient. We will talk about things like Circuit breakers and blue green deployments.

● Secrets Management - Sometimes handling secrets could be a nightmare; especially in the context of pods having access to tools like Vault. In this section we will discuss tools like Hashicorp Vault and how to use them properly.

● Database migrations - How to manage database migrations in a kubernetes platform, what are the strategies involved to make sure there is no downtime when doing a database migration.

Speaker Profile

Anirudh is a technology consultant with extensive experience in Agile product development and Continuous Delivery. He started his career working as a Java developer and slowly evolved into a Continuous Delivery/DevOps consultant. Anirudh has been helping the organisations decentralize their monolithic applications into independent, containerized microservices. He has extensive experience developing and deploying applications on Kubernetes. He loves to write blogs, contribute to open source , attend and organise meetups. In past Anirudh has also spoken at DevOpsDays India

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Product/UX Design, Human-Centred Design thinking and strategies.

Speaker profile

Stephen Molloy is a leading authority on digital and mobile apps, partnering with the best and brightest in the field from across the world to deliver solutions for everything mobile. At the time of writing his book "How Apps Are Changing The World", he was one of the pioneer leaders in app development and has personally been involved with producing over 38 apps.

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"Microservices" has become a buzz word since last few years in the industry. It is a great way of developing a software application using microservices but at the same time, few challenges are also inevitable. As challenging the development is, Testing and Automation too becomes tricky for Microservices, as lots of dependent services communicate with lots of other services in many ways. Let's discuss an approach and few strategies to Test and Automate Microservices.

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API Management, Microservices and Service Mesh. Rapidly building and deploying microservices in kubernetes using GITOPS and securing, governing them via service mesh.

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Serverless monitoring does have some fundamental differences from traditional infrastructure monitoring. The runtime environment is minimal—and beyond the developer’s control. These differences mean that there is no place to install a monitoring agent, and some of the metrics you care about are unique to serverless environments.

My talk will cover basics on why to monitor, what to monitor and how to monitor your serverless applications.

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Securing containers does not require new security paradigms, but it does present new problems in addressing even the "basics". This presentation will take the audience through the (shared) security responsibilities in common container deployment models, as well as provide a prioritised approach to securing containers, regardless of the chosen model.

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Every company is a software company now, and every company will become a DevOps company soon.

DevOps it's the market quick response to changing technology trends that generate the excitement and drive the business growth, DevOps helps in growth hacking your business performance exponentially by delivering the expected features faster to the market.

However, leading a large-scale DevOps transformation is not about adopting a new set of tools, attitudes, processes, and behaviours at the team level, it’s about helping your company or organisation deliver faster to market, and developing the ability to respond to a rapidly changing competitive landscape.

First and foremost, it’s about achieving business agility. Business agility comes from people having clarity of purpose, a willingness to be held accountable, and the ability to achieve measurable outcomes.

Unfortunately, almost everything in modern organisations gets in the way of teams acting with any sort of autonomy. In most companies (especially in big organisations), achieving business agility requires significant organisational change.


DevOps and it resulting technical, architectural, and cultural practices represent a convergence of many philosophical and management movement

“The CAMS Model” is one way for companies to guide the DevOps for a successful DevOps adoption ( a practical one) I’m a big fan of “The CAMS Model” for DevOps practices:

CAMS – Culture
CAMS – Automation
CAMS – Measurement
CAMS – Sharing


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All too often, security is an afterthought for DevOps teams. This due to a lack of appropriate skills and tools, combined with impatience and reluctance to take responsibility for security. However, embracing security as an integral part of the DevOps process, sometimes known as DevSecOps, helps ensure the consistent quality of your software with each release, and saves you the headache of technical debt.

In this talk, we are going to discuss DevOps Security Challenges. Security Teams Struggle to Keep Up With the Pace of DevOps, due to the nature of Server-less boundary-less applications, Micro-services, Virtualisation and Containers. We will discuss real-life case studies related to the challenges.
Finally, we will discuss security practices to deal with the above challenges. Adopting a DevSecOps Model, Implementing security policies, etc.

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This talk will explore the people dimension of DevOps. It will shed light on why it is crucial to enable the cultural and behavioral side of DevOps, alongside the process and technical aspects. As a side effect we will talk about how it unlocks intrinsic motivation, better teaming, creative working, incremental and disruptive innovations, employee satisfaction etc.

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Adopting DevOps practices in a large organization is much more than introducing tools and implementing automation. It’s a mindset change. In this session, I will share my journey of implementing DevOps across two different organizations.

It was an interesting experience implementing DevOps as part of a new application development project in an organization that has organically grown to have 60,000+ staff across the globe and using 1000+ applications.

My session will shed some light on how breakthroughs can be made with systematic approach and right support from people at all levels

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With better tools through cloud platforms, many organisations are moving beyond DevOps to NoOps, where the dev team runs operations also. What does is mean to run a DevOps practice with just developers? What do you lose when there is no operations teams?

This presentation is based on the experience of running platforms without dedicated operations staff, managing issues like stability and security.

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Our Speakers

Stephen Molloy

Product Designer

LOMAH Studios

Deepa Kiran Bagepalli

Senior Test Automation Analyst

Telstra Health

Anand Rai

Director (API, Microservices and Service Mesh Management)


Jeremy du Bruyn

Practice Manager

Sense of security

Anirudh Bhatnagar

Senior Consultant


Suneel Naik

Senior Technical Manager- Quality Engineering & Assurance

Cognizant Technology Solutions Australia Pty Ltd

Prakhar Rawat

Head of Support Services

Simple-The intelligent marketing platform

Udaya Wijesinghe

IP Security Architect/Technical Specialist - Network Security


Joe Anthony

Transformation Director

Ansolabs Pty Ltd

Nisha Amanulla

Director Software Engineering


Shyamtanu Banerjee

Chief Architect,ANZ


David Cameron

Engineering Director


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Our Pricing

Group of three or more(Early Bird) AUD 362 Till November 06
Group of three or more(Standard) AUD 434 Till December 06
Individual(Early Bird)
AUD 577 Till November 06
Individual (Standard)
AUD 722 Till December 06

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Who can attend DevOps Hack Summit in Sydney?

DevSecOps is for everyone from DevOps Team Leads, Security professionals, Agile practitioners, Developers, Product innovation Managers, Pentesters, DevSecOps Team Leads, Head of Platforms, Sysadmins, Cloud Security Strategists, Architects, Engineers, Analysts, CTOs, CISOs, IT Managers, Consultants, Directors, Application Security Experts to Project Managers.. etc

Why to attend DevOps Hack Summit in Sydney?

- Access to Full-day event
- Talks by industry experts on different aspects of DevSecOps
- 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 DevSecOps from industry stalwarts themselves. Latest trends, concepts, processes and tools to understand and acknowledge challenges in Devops, 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?


Do I need to register for the event?

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

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