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DevOps now is in its seventh /eighth year of practice but the old architecture is no longer able to support the speed of delivery and so needs the additional help of Microservices for incremental change. Microservices architecture helps to deliver easy testing, fast deployments and overall agility. It is also fairly complex—so to successfully implement Microservices, you need to understand the core concepts behind this approach. Adopting a new capability requires a plan that includes people, process and technology.
DevOps too is an enterprise capability and as the name suggests development and operation-based way of working that includes stakeholders, business owners, architecture, design, development, quality assurance, operations, security, partners and suppliers.
The two day programme is designed to connect these extensive aspects as well as the challenges. Expert practitioners and thought leaders will provide information on the implementation and help you to develop your business case. The two day programme will cover the concepts of the DevOps, Microservices architecture, Containers and will discuss the Present and Future of this.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Devops has been seen as something for the tech-people, no matter if they are developers or IT support. In reality Devops is about the culture of working together and automating everything that is repeated. This means that everyone in the organization should be involved and brought together; business, developers, quality assurance, contractors and IT operations. And most importantly, the management. We will have technical demos and workshops which require a certain level of technical expertise, but there will always be simultaneous events scheduled for the same time for more business oriented professionals.
Biju Venugopal, Group Program Manager, Microsoft
Shankar Ramamoorthy, Chief Customer Success Officer, Harman
The idea of devops has come a long way in the few years since its creation. While it started as a movement so small that only a few people had even heard of it, it has grown into something that can be found nearly everywhere in the tech industry, from any piece of software that involves configuration or automation to huge conferences and expos packed with more commercial vendor pitches than actual content.
Some people have seen this and declared that Devops has jumped the shark, that the term has been used for so many things that it no longer has any meaning.
So where do we go from here? More than just teaching sysadmins how to write code or giving developers root access, Devops was originally a movement that aimed to reduce friction between development and operations teams. By applying these principles and the lessons that have been learned to other organizational pain points, we can give new meaning to the term and use that to enable companies and teams to scale product development to the next level. while there are many ways to do DevOps correctly, there are specific cardinal sins that will put you afoul of the Church of DevOps.. In order to achieve excellence in DevOps, it is key for executives to avoid committing the cardinal sins of DevOps that are discussed below.
1)You Treat DevOps as a Title, Not a Philosophy
2)You Don’t Have Buy-In From Everyone From the CIO on Down
3)You Don’t Focus on Metrics
4)Focusing on DevOps as a Race to Acquire More Tools
5)You Think That Failure Is Unacceptable
6)You Maintain the Divide Between Devs and Ops
7)Not Using Critical Alerting Tools
Committing any of these DevOps sins is not a mark that a company is irredeemable. Instead, recognizing the fault is probably the first way towards correcting it. The best advice is to work at unraveling one sin at a time and prevent Devops dying….
The talk will be about data-driven DevOps and how the cross-cutting metrics from dev, QA, and ops can be integrated to provide you and the teams you support with an insight into the status of your engineering organization. As the DevOps Evangelists of your organization, you can help your teams to adopt data-driven decision making whereas it becomes more important due to cross-pillar influence and collaborated need for success. The practical aspect will cover dos and don'ts and examples of metrics that you can implement to help your teams today.
The topics aims to demystify the Target Operating Model that a large Enterprise must choose in order to induce true Enterprise Agility. This would break into the details of Strategy, Culture, Process Technology and People changes required to achieve the same, while also highlighting the skills and traits needed all levels (Leadership, Management and Teams) to make this a reality.
DevOps is not just a technical problem. DevOps model aims to bring the various functions together, and this transformation can be accelerated with the right team structure. Which team structure is right for DevOps to flourish in my organization? Shared v/s decentralised models and other team topologies will be discussed in this session.
Narayanan Subramaniam, Chief Software Architect, Sun Mobility
Ravishankar N, Consultant, Tata Consultancy Services
Enterprise Agility is about collaboration and willingness to embrace risk, learn, improve and move forward. Transformation to Agility requires multi-dimensional changes and these changes are driven by people with the right mind set across the organization.
Typically in the early stages of a transformation people tend to be skeptical and demonstrate the 'cannot' syndrome - this cannot happen, we cannot do this and this is not the right way and so on. However leaders with positive approach and the right balance of aggression and patience can take along the onlookers and the skeptics and successfully transform towards enterprise wide Agile practices - not only in IT but also in the Business and Support functions
My presentation identifies the 'Cannot' syndrome towards Agile and DevOps related transformation at the hierarchical layers of an organization and explores the 'Art of the Possible' to transition people to a 'We can and will do it' journey.
Priyank Gupta, Associate Partner & Solutions Consultant, Sahaj Software
Distributed systems are complex and hard to build. A lot of teams adopt distributed architecture to address scaling challenges. However, they fail to recognize the pitfalls of traditional development practices when applied to new paradigms. This talk is an attempt to outline best practices culminated over years to deliver products at a pace without traditional compromises of quality. It will highlight techniques to build products at speed with a solid engineering foundation. Real life examples will illustrate the change in thinking, methodology and technology required to deliver a product that is built well, built fast and built for reuse.
Anil Kasalanati, Director - Engineering, Technology Services and Operations, BT
In large organizations we need a mix of dev-ops/Agile and Design thinking to drive the agile culture. Tools should cater to dev-ops as well as Agile interworking. The tail will discuss about the agile and DevOps tools. In Agile tooling we would look at how JIRA/Confluence/prototyping should be integrated. And tool chains have to be achived via Paas/laas as there needs to be standardization across the development teams. How do we create the tool chains which are inter - usable across the development teams. What are the Paas/Clould offering and who can they be integrated into the developers life? What are the key elements of a good tool chain? How do we standardize the dev-ops tools across the company?
Vincent FUCHS, Technical architect, Societe Generale
After a brief introduction explaining the operational challenges of microservices, we'll quickly switch to the demo of the 2 tools I have implemented and open-sourced :
https://github.com/societe-generale/github-crawler gives you an up to date view of your repositories portfolio : what versions we're using (lib, Docker image, anything), what Jenkinsfile var is used, we can pretty much monitor everything that is relevant to our context.
https://github.com/societe-generale/ci-droid has one feature that enables to replicate smartly the same change automatically in any number of repositories.
We will see together a couple of use cases, and how these tools can help you make the right decisions, what to take into considerations before making a change "at scale", and how to perform the change in less than 2 minutes.
Nagaraju Kakarla, General Manager - Cloud & DevOps, Mindtree
Ranjith Tharayil, Leader | Public Speaker | CxO Advisor, Accenture
Dominic Anju, Principal Consultant & Co-Founder, QuadraLogics
Infra as code has already been a well-established practice in the DevOps community. In this workshop, we would be discovering how infra as code and test-first development could go hand in hand. Test-Driven Infrastructure as a practice is an upcoming radical approach towards developing modern web infrastructure. The workshop would include keyboard driven practical examples that will enable the participants to gain hands-on knowledge in this technique.
Are you interested in learning how development team members can change their working style to aid a successful DevOps transformation? Are you looking to learn how to improve developer engagement using DevOps? Do you want to watch the benefits of agile technical practices in action? If yes, this hands-on demo is for you.
This interactive demo is designed as a role-play by the facilitators and the members of the audience. The facilitators will engage in a dramatized demo of common technical agility practices, involving the audience in a mob-programming style so that the audience can themselves see their benefits in action.
Join this demo for living through the phases of attaining technical agility using DevOps.
The default interaction model with Jenkins, historically, has been very web UI driven, requiring users to manually create jobs, then manually fill in the details through a web browser. With the introduction of the Pipeline plugin, users now can implement a project’s entire build/test/deploy pipeline in a Jenkinsfile and store that alongside their code, treating their pipeline as another piece of code checked into source control. In this workshop we would be covering both Declarative and Descriptive pipelines and once we would be well versed with that we will be implementing a CI pipeline for a Java based project.
AWS is one of the largest cloud players in the world. In this session, we will discuss something most basic about AWS - How its software defined network delivers your application data. We will take a deep dive into how your VPC is structured, how the Internet Gateway works, how the Route table works and also how security groups work.
We'll also look at how to do Cross VPC connectivity through VPC Peering so we do not send data over the internet when talking to allied services.
This talk will require a basic understanding of Networking - IP Addresses, Subnets, CIDR blocks, packets, routing, etc.
Today DevOps is a business imperative and every organization wants to effectively embrace DevOps to be viable in business. However adopting DevOps is a major challenge for the organizations because it is a combination of cultural transformation and stitching multiple tools together. In this session we will setup an end-to-end DevOps pipeline using various DevOps tools like Docker, Kubernetes, Robot, Jenkins, Git and etc, stitch those tools together to demonstrate a live continuous integration, testing and deployment.
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