Engineer's Guide to Identifying and Coping with Path Dependence
Head of Platform Engineering at Two Sigma
Small decisions, over time, can become unintentionally amplified until they have major consequences. In this talk Camilla will describe Path Dependence and how it affects our code, systems, and teams. We’ll learn recognize it, plan for it, and ultimately make peace with the unintended consequences.
Five Foundational Practices of DevOps
Chief Technology Advocate at Splunk
As you start on or progress through your DevOps journey, what ‘known good practices’ should you adopt? Do you know what successful teams do that you should follow? Where should you start? How can you lay a strong foundation for success?
With insight from 3000 participants in the ‘State of DevOps Report’ – the most in-depth and longest-running DevOps research on the planet – learn about the core DevOps practices that are critical for success. Discover what separates successful DevOps teams from those that fail. Learn the next steps to take on your DevOps journey.
Complexity, Culture and Continuous Delivery
Software Development Manager at the Swedish Migration Agency
In this talk, Jonas will focus on the importance of understanding and embracing complexity and the role of organizational culture in the journey to improve software delivery performance through continuous delivery. He will share the stories, experiences and challenges of the last years work within the agency, moving from monthly to daily deliveries.
Master Tooling for Containers with DevOps
Senior Cloud Advocate for Microsoft
Microservices can be hard; understanding container best practices can be hard as those practices are still being discovered. This session aids in minimizing the learning curve with container orchestration, specifically, Kubernetes by bringing DevOps best practices into the mix. I show you how using container tooling specifically built for simplifying the process can provide better orchestration for cloud services, abstraction and encapsulation for your microservices deployments, and visibility into what runs where and why. You will not only walk away with a deeper understanding of this area, but also some hands-on material to help you get started.
ITV's Common Platform v2 - Better, Faster, Cheaper, Happier
Head of Common Platform at ITV
In 2015 ITV thought they’d built the last hosting platform they’d ever need. In 2019 they’re replacing half of it. In this frank retrospective, ITV shares what they’ve learned from v1 and what steps they’re taking so that v2 will actually be the last hosting platform they’ll ever need.
Linkedin: Tom Clark
Digital Transformation - it’s about people not only technology!
Head of cloud & DevOps at If P&C Insurance
Digitization, digitalization and digital transformation are three terms that are often used but what does they really mean?
As a leader of If P&C Insurance Cloud & DevOps CoE, Anna has been part of and main driver of one of the most challenging transformations If as a financial institute seen. She will talk about her experiences as a leader, a change manager and a evangelist when it comes to the use of Cloud Technology, Agile ways of working how the combination are success factors. And how the trinity of culture, tools and practices in DevOps are enablers for digitalization and digital transformations ahead, ultimately changing peoples behaviors and setting new expectations both internally and externally.
Linkedin: Anna Everum
Growing Up - The Grass is Not Always Greener on the Other Side
Product Owner of CICD Pipelines at ABN AMRO Bank
CI capabilities in ABN AMRO are well matured. Practices follow rapidly. Currently expanding on CD with multiple new stakeholders hopping on the CICD train that is becoming mainstream.
We are going fast, very fast leveraging public cloud, developing a cloud agnostic container platform, standardised pipelines and other cool stuff.
In this talk, I will not only tell how good we are doing (we are!) but also about the the difficulties of standardisation, growing pains, how antipatterns on measuring CICD progress can be beneficial, opinions, Innersourcing, old world thinking and an IT data model. and how we make sense out of all of this in our Road to CICD maturity.
Mon, 28 Oct 2019, 08:30—18:00, Copenhagen View Address
On October 28th, 2019 CoDe-Conf will return to Copenhagen for the 6th time and it promises to be bigger and better than ever. CoDe-Conf 2019 will bring together everyone in the DevOps ecosystem - from executives and managers to engineers and programmers.
Continuous Delivery and DevOps are about culture and tools, so this year’s CoDe-Conf will feature two tracks. One track will focus on culture and change, and the second one will focus on tech and tools. There will be something for everyone!
More details will be announced soon.
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