Devops

Past Presentations

CI/CD: Lessons from LinkedIn and Mockito

LinkedIn and Mockito are two different use cases of implementing continuous delivery at scale. Yet the challenges, benefits and impact on the engineering culture are very similar.In 2015, LinkedIn’s flagship application adopted a continuous delivery model we called 3x3: deploy to production...

Szczepan Faber Mockito Creator, Core Eng Gradle 1.x/2.x, & TechLead @LinkedIn Development Tools
CI/CD for Machine Learning

Machine Learning is now widely used across our industry, yet we have very limited tooling when it comes to automating the ML model versioning, testing, and release. We will show how a CI/CD pipeline for ML can greatly improve both your productivity and the reliability of your software.

Sasha Rosenbaum Program Manager on the Azure DevOps Engineering Team @Microsoft
Designing Services for Resilience Testing @Netflix

As an industry, we focus on designing microservices for availability. However, we don’t tend to speak about enabling these same services for resiliency testing. In a perfect world, you wouldn’t need resiliency testing, but that’s not the reality we are currently facing. This talk covers...

Nora Jones Senior Chaos Engineer @Netflix
DevOps & Lean Thinking Panel

What are the latest trends and processes in DevOps & Lean Thinking? This panel will discuss what areas will enhance your team and platform's performance.

Cat Swetel Agile Methods Coach & Advocate for Woman in Tech
Ben Rockwood VP, Production Engineering @packethost
Damon Edwards Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer @Rundeck
DevOps: You Build It, You Run It Open Space

Open Space is a kind of unconference, a simple way to run productive meetings for 5 to 2000 or more people, and a powerful way to lead any kind of organization in everyday practice and extraordinary change.

DevOps 2.0 - When Everyone Can Run What’s Built

The cultural change of “DevOps” beyond just developers and operations is just at the beginning. What happens when an entire organization changes from shipping once a year to once a month, then multiple times a month, week or even daily? How do developers approach a sprint when their code...

Edith Harbaugh CEO & Co-Founder @LaunchDarkly

Interviews

Charity Majors Co-Founder @Honeycombio, formerly DevOps @ParseIT/@Facebook

Yes, I Test In Production (And So Do You)

 What's the motivation for this talk?

The motivation for this talk is to help people understand that deploying software carries an irreducible element of uncertainty and risk.  Trying too hard to prevent failures will actually make your systems and your teams *more* vulnerable to failure and prolonged downtime. So what can you do about it?

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Sangeeta Handa Engineering Manager, Billing Infrastructure @Netflix

Building Resilience in Production Migrations

What's the focus of the work that you do today?

I lead Billing Infrastructure Engineering at Netflix. We build the infrastructure that helps Netflix collect charges from its members. Part of that is to determine who should be charged and how much through our systems. We also hold all the gift codes and balances and track them. We also support major customer workflows. Our services...

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Sasha Rosenbaum Program Manager on the Azure DevOps Engineering Team @Microsoft

CI/CD for Machine Learning

What do you want people to leave the talk with?

If I had to summarize it in one line it would be any CI/CD pipeline is better than none. If you're going to automate major key pieces of this process will make your life a lot easier, simplify it and add speed to your deployments.

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Szczepan Faber Mockito Creator, Core Eng Gradle 1.x/2.x, & TechLead @LinkedIn Development Tools

CI/CD: Lessons from LinkedIn and Mockito

What is your motivation for this talk?

In the open source and in the enterprise continuous delivery is not yet adopted as widely as it should given how it helps with productivity. I hope engineering teams will experiment more with continuous delivery and try to push themselves to go into that model.

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