DevOps Pro Moscow 2019

WORKSHOPS LIST

No1

Viktor Farcic

CloudBees, Spain

A lot changed since we were introduced to cloud, Kubernetes, and containers. Whatever we did in the past might not be valid anymore. Our applications need to become cloud-native, we need to adopt Kubernetes as the first class citizen, and there is no doubt anymore that continuous delivery is a must for any company that wants to stay competitive. The problem is that Kubernetes is complicated and the ecosystem is vast. Understanding low-level details takes more time than we might have, and yet we need to get everyone on board. We need a tool that will allow us to leverage all the latest and greatest processes and tools. At the same time, we need them to be simple and straightforward so that everyone can benefit from them. That is the primary objective behind the Jenkins X project. It brings power by combining best practices and tools while keeping it so simple that anyone can use it.

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No2

Andrea Giardini

Camunda Services GmbH, Germany

Kubernetes has become the de-facto standard to run you containerized applications in the cloud: over the past years we have seen a very steep adoption curve and many interesting projects around it.
This workshop aims to give an introduction about Kubernetes. We will start from understanding the basics concepts and principles and step by step move to more advanced topics. By the end of this workshop you will have a grasp on how Kubernetes works under the hood and what you can achieve with it. Also, you will be able to deploy a simple application to Kubernetes and scale it.

No2

No3

Martin Alfke

example42 GmbH, Germany

Within this workshop we are going to learn how to adopt an existing platform to Puppet and how to implement a workflow for staging changes into an infrastructure.
We will cover the new concepts of Puppet like Bolt Orchestration using Tasks, Puppet 6 concepts for separating and dealing with data and how to develop code using Puppet Developer Kit.

No3

No4

Alexey Ionov

Ionov & Partners, Russia

To improve the way you create valuable software, you can use a useful tool which originates from Lean, called Value Stream Mapping. That is exactly what we will learn to do during our master-class.

We will:
– Learn to understand what is Value Stream and how is it different from process flow
– Create value stream map for business software product – each team will create their own representation
– Map, calculate and discuss key indicators for the whole VS and its individual elements
– Locate bottlenecks, which should be paid attention to as a first priority.

No4

No5

Mikhail Shilkov

Independent Consultant, The Netherlands

Modern cloud applications utilize multiple services and consist of many moving parts, so they are hard to create and manage without employing Infrastructure as Code approach.

During the workshop we will go through three Infrastructure as Code tools: Azure ARM Templates, Terraform, and Pulumi. We will learn the pros and cons of different approaches and see how coding and infrastructure can be blended together in the cloud-first world.

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