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The term "DevOps" typically refers to the emerging professional movement that advocates a collaborative working relationship between Development and IT Operations, resulting in the fast flow of planned work achieving the value stream that is between the business (where requirements are defined) and the customer (where value is delivered). It is a new way of looking at development altogether.

This conference "DevOps Summit" brings together leading practitioner-organisations who have achieved Continuous Delivery and organisational transformation.

Learn more about DevOps skills, Delivering Processes, Tools for building and deployment, Legacy Challenges, Security Integration, Cross-team engagement and many more.

7+ Professional Speakers

50+ Delegates

Networking Session


Our speakers

  • Fabian Iannarella


  • Shelly Tiwari


  • Ajay Nair


  • Karel Malbroukou Moendzenahou


  • Kiran Ravula


  • Tom Crampton

    Trusted Impact Pty. Ltd

  • Sougata Das


  • Umit Tacay




About Unicom


Fabian Iannarella, DevOps Capability Practice Lead, 460degrees

Topic Abstract

Interested in DevOps but not sure how to get started? Join us to explore the real meaning behind DevOps and how to begin your own DevOps Journey. Every organization is different, but DevOps is a universal concept, and it can be applied anywhere. We'll explore some common patterns and approaches, both technical and cultural that can get your organization started on their own adventure!

Shelly Tiwari, Test Lead, MyXplor

Topic Abstract

I am going to talk about my journey of test automation over the period of the last 11 years and how much it has transformed me in my role. In the past 11 years, I have been a part of different test automation frameworks, right from the most basic record and play to mobile native apps automation or you can say from waterfall to agile to digital. When the world was changing to Agile from the waterfall, there was a major rift in test automation too. Tools which were once on top got replaced by those advocating continuous integration and feedback.

Testing no longer was a phase but it was across and so as the role which has challenges to include TDD and ATTD hence we needed frameworks which were smart and reliable. This is where I worked on Java and Concordion based framework using Eclipse however as soon as the coverage extended it became a bottleneck which was not thought about during planning and it collapsed.

Situations like these finally introduced me to combination Ruby, Cucumber, Capybara and Selenium web-driver and I automated REST and Web using them and soon became a specialist and created many frameworks from scratch.

When moved to a startup, I was challenged for re-creating efforts instead of reducing and I overcame this using test automation pyramid.

Just like others, flaky tests have made my life hell for a long time until I adapted to an approach to do regression impact analysis with developers. This has indirectly made testing a shared responsibility.

I am currently working on automating iOs and Android-based app by including another member Appium in my favourite family of Ruby, Cucumber, Capybara, and Selenium as I believe you need to always welcome the change if you don’t want to compromise with quality.

Karel Malbroukou Moendzenahou, Lead Engineer, irexchange

Topic Abstract

Come and hear about my experiences working in startups and bigger companies on pipeline building, and how this experience brought to a way I now build pipeline that can evolve and survive the ever-changing pace of technology. But I do believe that a bit of structure, going back to the roots of why CI/CD came about and re-defining our opportunity to enable a business as devops-minded people can help us be more efficient in the workplace

Participants join a table to discuss one or more of the Conference themes. Each table has a "Topic Guru" to facilitate the discussion.

Umit Tacay, CTO, ANATAS

Topic Abstract

Enabling DevOps at the Enterprise Level – how do you create an environment that supports DevOps?

Kiran Ravula, Agile Coach, Tata Consultancy Services

Topic Abstract

Digital transformation is not just integration of digital technology into your areas of business, rather it’s a cultural change that requires organizations to continually challenge the status quo, experiment, generate unprecedented insight and get comfortable with failure.

Contemplating the concept of digital transformation has become confusing at best and meaningless at worst with a clutter of buzz words including Agile Transformation and Devops.

What is this happening? This session focuses on what’s hindering an organisation Digital Transformation and what should be focus areas.

Tom Crampton, CEO, Trusted Impact Pty. Ltd

Topic Abstract

1) Security (the threat) is real, here, and can’t be ignored

  • Set the scene for ‘digital’: the fundamental role of ‘digital’ in our daily lives and businesses
  • How did we get here? Cybersecurity reflects the confluence of 3 colliding trends (Hyper-connectivity, Everything Digital, Montizable Data)
  • Cybersecurity – by the numbers (large and growing fast) – statistics about % of incidents caused by old, known programming faults for over a decade
  • 2) Cyber is now a competitive differentiator – required by most organisations – prove you’re doing it, or be left in the dust

  • Trends in 3rd party outsourced relationships – (Performance and Cost (SLA) driven, Contractual modifications to audit, Length questionnaires, Artefact driven, Legal liability)
  • The business value of cybersecurity
  • The role of DevOps in the ability to win
  • 3) “Shifting left” means continuous evaluation / validation and testing. Apply tools and techniques throughout the entire agile/DevOps process

  • Touchpoints of security in Dev/Ops and Security Software Development Lifecycle
  • onfiguration as important as Coding (S3 bucket breaches)
  • 4) It’s a way of thinking and about culture – not a role, individual or separate team

  • Culture change journey - Unconsciously Unaware / Consciously Unaware / Consciously Aware / Unconsciously Aware
  • Skills Development – OWASP 10 / SecureCodeWarrior
  • The power of review and/or Independent validation
  • Sougata Das, NFT Delivery Consultant, NAB

    Topic Abstract

    In the ever evolving technology space, business needs quick turnaround to a new and evolving story. Continuous delivery (Explore, Integrate and Deploy on short/fixed cadence) in DevOps is key in reduced time to market.

    Agile methodology enables continuous value delivery in sprints with prioritized business needs every cadence. Quality is the very need for any story; the question is how can it be delivered faster and still maintain the same quality.

    The major changes to the enable the approach are Mindset, Automation and enabling practice. The automation approach to a standard tester may be a huge mountain to climb. Bio: Certified AgilePM

    Performance Engineering Expert, Quality Analyst, and Project Manager in a wide variety of business applications. Particularly interested in Telecom, Banking, Finance Applications.


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