Come and learn from your peers how new processes, tools and techniques are changing IT Operations forever.
DevOps, Continuous Delivery, Cloud, Microservices, Automation, Big Data, Containers and Datacenter Operating Systems are changing how software is Developed and Operated. Content about technical solutions abounds but the same cannot be said for Software Operability, IT operating models and how to plan and organise IT Operations.
One of the key goals of DevOps is to ensure that software runs well in Production, especially in the context of regular deployments. The increasing prevalence of complex, distributed software systems calls for approaches that anticipate and expect failures, transient behaviour, emergent states, and unpredictability. Making software run well in this dynamic, interconnected world is the focus of Software Operability.
Still believe that Cloud, Automation and DevOps mean NoOps? Thinking Operations are just about servers is like thinking Development is just about writing code. What works: microservices based product teams and backend based platform team(s) with APIs between them.
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In progress, check 2015's and 2016's speakers to get an idea of the people we invite.
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