Date

March 16, 2018

Location

Melbourne

Capacity

100 Tickets

Speakers

8+ Professional Speakers

About the event

Devops
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.

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As they say, nothing is more dangerous than using yesterday’s logic for today’s problems, yet we are still working in our organisations with mental models that were inspired by manufacturing. You can see artefacts of it even in the language we use: people are resources and they work in development factories. If we are surprised why our transformations are not progressing as fast as we hoped when Agile took the stage, then looking to these old mental models provides part of the answer. In this talk I will explain from practical experience in my work, how the old models still influence us every day and how we can break away from them and learn new models. I will give positive and negative examples from real projects to show that it is normal to experience failures and how to course correct from the lessons such failures teach us.

I will also provide pragmatic steps that everyone can take in their own organisations that don’t rely on buying new tools or following specific methods. Charting your own course starts with understanding where the problem is and understanding where our mental models let us down is part of that journey.

Speaker Profile

Mirco leads the Accenture Agile & DevOps practice in Asia Pacific with focus on Agile transformations, DevOps and Test Automation. He has for over a dozen years worked on accelerating software delivery through innovative approaches (what would now be called DevOps) and 10 years ago started experimenting with Agile methods. He started using Agile as a last resort when one of his projects was faced with ever changing requirements resulting in frequent updates to the project plan. Adopting an Agile methodology turned the project around and he has been promoting Agile principles ever since. He supports major public and private sector companies in Australia and overseas in their search for efficient IT delivery. He shares his experiences on http://notafactoryanymore.com and while speaking at international conferences. He is the author of "DevOps for the Modern Enterprise", a book helping companies adopt Agile & DevOps and push through the transformation barriers caused by legacy technology and legacy thinking.


X Topic Abstract

DevOps initially started out as term that covered infrastructure automation, and has traditionally focussed around Cloud based providers. Highly regulated enterprise environments, will have a number of unique challenges that need to be overcome in order for DevOps to be successful. Aside from ensuring that security is baked in from the beginning and not simply an afterthought, enterprise DevSecOps will also have to deal with external legislative requirements, there could also be multiple internal requirements to meet as well, segregation of duties, change control boards, external (outsourced) providers running your on-premises hardware to name a few. This talk covers the migration from project based to delivery to an embedded cross functional DevSecOps asset team in a highly regulated banking environment. It also provides a view of future work that furthers us in the direction of analytics and NoOps, and the challenges that it brings.

Speaker Profile

Chris Graham is the DevOps Manager for Security Operations at the National Australia Bank. For the last 35 years, he has been an IT professional, working in small to enterprise scale companies across multiple industry segments including Telecommunications, Insurance, Manufacturing, Utilities and Banking. His roles have included Developer, Build & Release Engineer, SCM, middleware admin (AIX, Linux, WebSphere WAS/BPM/Message Broker and even DB2), Scrum Master and general automation guru. His current role utilises all of these skills. Chris is also a member of the Apache Foundation and a committer on the Apache Maven project.


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For too long audits and security reviews have been seen as resistant or even blocking the frequent release of software. This session will discuss real-world examples of how to translate security and compliance requirements into software and make them a proactive part of the software-delivery process.

Speaker Profile

Anthony is a Regional Solutions Architect at Chef with a strong background in agile application development. He has always been an active open source community member and advocate, including OpenStack since the Grizzly days, CloudFoundry from pre-v1.0 and Docker for a few years now. He is listed in the top 100 Cloud Global Power Influencers and is an active #HugOps practitioner.


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This topic will more focus on how we can write the complete code which creates the complete pipeline from that codebase. This topic will touch base on Dockers containers.

Speaker Profile


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It would cover a number of techniques I've implemented on the journey with a client from once-a-month deployment, to multiple times per day deployment with zero downtime. These would include master-based development, feature toggles, staging slots/blue-green deployment, and PaaS over IaaS.

Speaker Profile

I'm a Software Delivery Consultant who helps CIOs, Heads of Development and Development Managers build and retain happy, productive development teams by modernising their delivery practices.


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Now that we're writing Infrastructure as Code (IoC), there are substantial concepts that we can borrow from proven software design patterns that can make our DevOps awesome. Learn how you can use practices like Separation of Concerns, Service Oriented Design and the Single Responsibility Principle to make your infrastructure code clean, modular, easy to use and easy to maintain. We will look at real life examples, and discuss the differences in outcomes after these principles have been applied.

Speaker Profile

Dan strives to help organisations take a "people first" approach in a technical world. Growing a culture where smart, talented people have the space to think creatively and the freedom to make decisions helps companies innovate faster and deliver products that customers love. His 20 year career has included experience in software development, operations, consulting and startups. In recent years Dan has led digital product management at a News Corp publication, consulted for software engineering teams at REA Group, and lead the recent DevOps transformation at MYOB. He is currently leading engineering teams at MessageMedia where he is building a culture of innovation and experimentation whilst supporting high availability platforms.

Sponsors

Benefits of sponsorship

This is a great opportunity to strategically brand your organization. As a sponsor, you will receive a tremendous amount of visibility and numerous other benefits at the conference.

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Standard Price : USD 1000

You can also choose to strategically brand your organisation as per the below combo offer.

Package includes:

Full day attendance to the event

Website branding

Logo on brochure

Speaking Slot – 30 minute presentation slot or panel discussion (optional)

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Testimonials

Event Speakers

Mirco Hering

APAC Lead for DevOps & Agile

Accenture

Chris Graham

DevOps Manager Security Operations

National Australia Bank

Gautam Nadkarni

Director

Capgemini Australia

Anthony Rees

Solutions Architect

Chef Software

Shoaib Ali Khan

AWS Solution Architect

Suncorp Group

Matt Hilton

Software Delivery Consultant

Matt Hilton Consulting

Dan Harper

Engineering Manager

MessageMedia

Event Price list (16th)

Conference
(16th March)

Super Early Bird : USD 299
(AUD 404)
(Till 16 January 2018)
Early Bird : USD 399
(AUD 540)
(Till 16 February 2018)
Standard Price : USD 499
(AUD 675)
(Till 16 March 2018)

Brand your Organisation

Standard Price : USD 1000

You can also choose to strategically brand your organisation as per the below combo offer.

Package includes:

Full day attendance to the event

Website branding

Logo on brochure

Speaking Slot - 30 minute presentation slot or panel discussion (optional)

Name tag branding

Brochure inserts

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