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Workshops

DEVOPS 2018’s technical workshops are a hidden weapon when it comes to sharpening your DEVOPS saw. Looking forward to seeing you there! 

 

Timetable

 
THURSDAY 13.12.2018

VENUE | TIME | WORKSHOP | TOPIC

Workshop Room 1 (Crusell) | 10:00-11:00 | Redis Labs | Redis Enterprise Operator for Kubernetes

Workshop room 2 (Tallberg) | 11:00-12:00 | Puppet | Puppet Bolt – the easiest way to automate stuff

Workshop room 1 (Crusell) | 13:00-14:00 | SUSE | Devops full-throttle with SUSE CAP on Alibaba Cloud

Workshop room 2 (Tallberg) | 13:30-14:00 | Eficode ROOT | Eficodes case study of IOT in sauna

Workshop room 1 (Crusell) | 14:00-15:00 | Sonatype | DevSecOps: How to Build Secure DevOps Pipelines and Prevent Being the Next Equifax

Workshop room 2 (Tallberg) | 15:00-17:00 | Microsoft | Devops on Azure

 
FRIDAY 14.12.2018

VENUE | TIME | WORKSHOP | TOPIC

Workshop room 1 (Crusell) | 10:00-17:00 | SingularityNET | Decentralized AI for developers

Workshop room 2 (Tallberg) | 09:00-10:00 | XebiaLabs | How modern software testing is critical to successful application development

Workshop room 2 (Tallberg) | 11:00-12:00 | Alibaba Cloud | Using kubernetes cluster to achieve blue green release

Workshop room 2 (Tallberg) | 12:00-13:00 | Alibaba Cloud | Kubernetes flexibly scalable container cluster service

Workshop room 2 (Tallberg) | 13:30-14:00 | Eficode ROOT | Scalable DevOps organization by Eficode

 

THURSDAY 13.12.2018

 

Thursday 13.12.2018, 10:00-11:00, Workshop room 1

Redis Enterprise Operator for Kubernetes

Redis Enterprise Operator for Kubernetes, provided by Danni Moiseyev, Integrations Tech Lead, Redis Labs

 

 

Thursday 13.12.2018, 11:00-12:00, Workshop room 2

Puppet Bolt – the easiest way to automate stuff

Do you just want to get work done, instead of wasting time setting up complicated automation platforms? Then attend this 1-hour workshop where you’ll learn how to quickly get results with Puppet Bolt: the free, open source task runner. Bolt allows you to quickly leverage any automation scripts you already have, professionalize them, extend them with pre-automated Puppet code and share work with your peers. It’s the perfect way of becoming a master in Puppet without ever installing Puppet.

 

 
Thursday 13.12.2018, 13:00-14:00, Workshop room 1

Devops full-throttle with SUSE CAP on Alibaba Cloud

In this technical workshop, we will be looking at how Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes (from SUSE and Alibaba) can accelerate and simplify your devops journey. We will discuss what is SUSE Cloud Foundry and why you should be seriously interested in it if you are looking into building cloud native applications.

 

 

Thursday 13.12.2018, 13:30-14:00, Workshop room 2

Eficodes case study of IOT in sauna

Kalle Sirkesalo from Eficode will present how microservices and IoT are in constant use at Sauna and why Devops is the most important thing in this. While our Sauna is amazing we do realise that you might not see it as business benefit so Kalle will also take it up a notch by showing what this looks like in telecom enterprise world.

 

 
Thursday 13.12.2018, 14:00-15:00, Workshop room 1

DevSecOps: How to Build Secure DevOps Pipelines and Prevent Being the Next Equifax

In 2017, hackers took three days to identify and exploit a new vulnerability in Equifax’s web applications. Equifax didn’t have the visibility to locate where Struts2 was in their software development life cycle. It has cost them millions of dollars.

It’s time for organisations to approach the challenge of managing open source software by using automated technology – especially when exploits happen. In this workshop, Ilkka Turunen will walk you through how to automate open source security within your software development life cycle. Demonstrating how you can be alerted if you use an open source component with a known vulnerability, and the steps to remediation.

 

 
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Thursday 13.12.2018, 15:00-17:00, Workshop room 2

Devops on Azure

This session is targeted for members of DevOps teams, including both developers and operations roles.

We will go through the relevant features of Azure and discuss about best practices. You will have an opportunity to practice deployments in practice labs.

As this is a hands-on workshop please bring your laptop. If you have existing Azure subscription the labs can be done with it. Microsoft will provide Azure credits for the workshop for those who don’t have existing subscriptions.

The workshop is delivered a team of Microsoft employees focusing on DevOps methodologies and cloud technologies.

 

 
FRIDAY 14.12.2018

 

Friday 14.12.2018, 10:00-17:00, Workshop room 1

Decentralized AI for developers

This workshop requires no expertise in blockchain or AI, but a basic familiarity with blockchain concepts assumed and a basic familiarity with machine learning concept are desirable.

Hosted by: SingularityNET

SingularityNET lets anyone create, share, and monetize AI services at scale. It’s a full-stack AI solution powered by a decentralized protocol.

 

 
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Friday 14.12.2018, 09:00-10:00, Workshop room 2

How modern software testing is critical to successful application development

In this session from XebiaLabs we want to discover the different faces of testing in DevOps. We all know testing is an ever recurring theme, but to deliver our applications successfully, practices have to change and we have to broaden our scope. During this session we will focus on the different faces of testing. They occur at 3 different wave lengths

– The short waves occur daily or even multiple times a day, extensive tests driven by Jenkins or your release orchestrator generate a solid foundation.

– The long waves focus on the product and have a cadence of the product release towards customers. Other faces of testing are needed.

– The ultra-long waves serve a different purpose and are there to test the pipeline, they focus on the audibility of the pipeline as well as delivering the evidence for this.

The talk is based on real examples and also the pain to get there will be shared.

 

 
Using Kubernetes Cluster to achieve blue green release workshop

Friday 14.12.2018, 11:00-12:00, Workshop room 2

Using kubernetes cluster to achieve blue green release

This experiment demonstrates the use of Alibaba Cloud container service Kubernetes, including operations such as cluster creation and service deployment and updates.

 

 

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Friday 14.12.2018, 12:00-13:00, Workshop room 2

Kubernetes flexibly scalable container cluster service

This experiment will introduce the functions of Ali Cloud’s container service kubernetes’s manual and automatic scaling capability.

 

 

Friday 14.12.2018, 13:30-14:00, Workshop room 2

Scalable DevOps organization by Eficode

Eficode does hundreds of Devops projects per year, Kalle is one our leading experts and this year we intend to go through the ways we have seen big companies scaling Devops in good and bad ways and explain why certain models work and others don’t in general. Additionally we take a look at the ways you can easily empower teams and gain a foothold on scalable solutions.

 

Reserve your spot now! More information will follow closer to the event.