DevOpsDaysAmsterdam 2019 Sept. 26, 2019 to Sept. 28, 2019, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Observability for emerging infra: what got you here won't get you there Charity Majors Distributed systems, microservices, containers and schedulers, polyglot persistence .. modern infrastructure patterns are fluid and ...
How Convenience Is Killing Open Standards Bernd Erk All the technical freedom and diversity we enjoy in our industry is the result of ...
Come listen to me, I’m a fraud! Joep Piscaer Hey you! You’re exposed! We know you are a fraud! You’re don’t deserve any of ...
Using Design Methods to Establish Healthy DevOps Practices Aras Bilgen I wish adopting DevOps was as easy as just ticking items off on a DevOps ...
Serverless is more FinDev than DevOps Yan Cui The pay-per-invocation model of serverless is such an under-appreciated superpower. It lets you work out ...
The IJ & the shape of DevOps Jason Yee Is the IJ a river or a lake? Perhaps it’s neither. It’s sometimes been called ...
What you see is what you get… for AWS infrastructure Anton Babenko Cloud solution architects and DevOps engineers want to have a faster conversion from idea to ...
YAML Considered Harmful Philipp Krenn We have all become YAML engineers, because everybody loves it, right?! Sometimes it can also ...
Dear Auditor Debra De Jong The ING Think Forward strategy is to become the next generation digital bank. To support ...
Base64 is not encryption - a better story for Kubernetes Secrets Seth Vargo Secrets are a key pillar of Kubernetes’ security model, used internally (e.g. service accounts) and ...
Continuous Security with Kubernetes Chris Van Tuin With the rise of DevOps, containers are at the brink of becoming a pervasive technology ...
Communities: A success factor? Eric Han A successful community is a necessary but insufficient ingredient. Let’s take a look at three ...
Torching architecture ivory towers Thiago De Faria Ten years of DevOps and few businesses changed how they do a very crucial IT ...
Upskilling and Uplifting Women in Tech with Empowerment, Encouragement, and Support Tarah Cleveland Women often lack the confidence needed to take a new role if they do not ...
Fight, Flight, or Freeze — Releasing Organizational Trauma Matty Stratton When humans are faced with a traumatic experience, our brains kick in with survival mechanisms. ...
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How to survive and thrive in a BigCo Michael Coté This talk will go over what I’ve learned working in large companies from my strange ...
Stop for Go Noam Tenne The rise of containers and preemptible VMs have introduced yet another software requirement - graceful ...
Dolce Far Niente: In praise of the art of doing nothing Alessandro Vozza There’s something deeply meaningful in doing nothing for the sake of nothing, and I want ...
Building Kubernetes Operators with Java Adam Sandor Creating Operators is the most versatile way to manage applications running on top of Kubernetes. ...
KDD: Kubernetes Driven Development Ricardo Castro Kubernetes is becoming the standard in container orchestration but tooling is still lagging behind more ...
Stop Hitting Yourself Michael Russell Software should be easy to use. It should also try to stop you from hitting ...