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best practices, processes and tools for CI/CD, cost management, and security in the cloud, typically practiced by DevOps, IT and Software Engineering professional.
Whether you are working for a global enterprise or a bleeding-edge startup, we want to hear from you!
CloudOps is organized by local members of the DevOps, IT and Cloud Infrastructure community to increase the flow and exchange of ideas and experiences.
CloudOps will feature workshops, presentations and ample opportunity to connect with your peers where you'll learn about what challenges others in your community are facing and the best practices and hacks they are using to turn those challenges into opportunities.
Whether you are running your company's entire cloud deployment on your own, or are a part of a huge, global technology team, CloudOps is the event that will help you get the recognition and appreciation you deserve and need to take your career to the next level.
Principal Developer Advocate
Boaz Ziniman is a Technical Evangelist at Amazon Web Services. He helps to increase awareness of AWS cloud services and works with AWS customers, to bring the benefits and enjoy the advantage the cloud can deliver, to their applications and systems. Boaz has many years of experience with web development & operations, architecture, IT management and cloud computing.
Prior to joining AWS, Boaz worked with a variety of leading Israeli startups, managing development and operations teams, and leading cloud adoption and partnerships with major cloud vendors.
Founder & CEO
Amiram Shachar is a hands-on technical leader with significant experience leading DevOps and software engineers to build and maintain large-scale cloud architectures and infrastructure. Before Spotinst, Shachar was the Director of DevOps at a leading tech company and was responsible for migrating its internal data center to the Cloud.
While serving in the Israeli Military, he played a key role in managing and operating the IDF’s data center. As part of his role, he implemented VMware and virtualization for the first time ever in the IDF.
Infrastructure and Security Engineer
Anna has been working in the IT field for almost a decade in various Software Development roles. Started from QA, worked as a FED, Fullstack Dev, SRE and most recently as an Infrastructure Dev, every role included working on production incidents. Anna worked for companies aimed at local, nationwide and global markets. Fintech, and web applications. B2B and B2C. All companies are dealing with the same problems while working with production incidents everywhere. That’s the reason Anna decided to share her experience and her passion for troubleshooting and debugging — She believes it can help more engineers, teams, and companies.
Session title: Troubleshooting and debugging in cloud systems
Abstract: Public clouds have changed the way we scale systems, improved UX for DevOps and made systems design intuitive. Building a multi-tier distributed system is now not very different from assembling a 100 piece puzzle. But have these radical changes percolated into the mindset we have? Did we make the troubleshooting and debugging experience as easily scalable and intuitive? From my experience gathered working for multiple companies of varying sizes and fields - the answer is often “not really”. I’ve prepared an interactive talk, based on real-world simple examples and case studies, which introduces 5 simple rules that will make troubleshooting and debugging easy and intuitive to increase efficiency during solving incidents.
After years working on large backends and a detour in Aleph VC, Avishai is now an independent researcher spreading insidious ideas and conspiracy theories such as mathematics, DevOps and Operations Engineering
Session title: Partly Cloudy Abstract: The move to the cloud is accelerating, and companies everywhere are forsaking their data centers (or not building ones to begin with) and building their systems on advanced public cloud. However, the systems they are building are often architected based on practices and perceptions which are no longer relative in the cloud. It's mostly "partly cloudy" out there. This talks challenges innate assumptions and shows provocative new ideas on how one should engineer in the cloud
CEO & Co-Founder
Datree, AWS Community HERO
Shimon Tolts became fascinated by the world of technology at the tender age of eight. After receiving his first PC, his first act was to disassemble it and inspect how each of the different parts worked and connected with each other. Mastery of software like Linux and other open-source software followed, and at 15 Shimon started his first company, providing web hosting on top of Linux servers in the pre-cloud era.
Today, Shimon is the CEO & Co-Founder at Datree, a git-based policy engine. It allows engineering teams to automatically enforce development standards and security policies directly within their git workflow.
Session Name: "Hands-on building a modern CI/CD pipeline steaming into production"
Senior Product Manager of Progressive Delivery
Orit Golowinski is a Senior Product Manager of Progressive Delivery at GitLab. She has a B.SC in computer engineering and over 15 years of experience in the hi-tech industry. Orit held various positions throughout her career, including Director of QA, Director of R&D Infrastructure, Director of Product Management, Project Manager, Compliance Manager and more. Orit has three girls and is a certified pastry chef (only as a hobby!), she’s also a huge evangelist for Agile and DevOps processes.
Founder & CTO
Panorays, Google Developers Expert
Software engineer, Entrepreneur and an International Tech Speaker.
Demi has over 12 years of experience in building various systems both from the field of near real time applications and Big Data distributed systems.
Co-Founder of the “Big Things” Big Data community and Google Developer Group Cloud.
Big Data Expert, but interested in all kinds of technologies, from front-end to backend, whatever moves data around.
Co-Founder & CEO
A veteran of the Israeli IDF cyber-security elite unit. Held various senior product and project management positions in the cyber-security field and others. Currently is the CEO and Co-Founder of AKEYLESS, the Secrets Orchestration Cloud-Platform.
DevOps/Site Reliability Engineer
Efrat currently works as a DevOps/Site Reliability Engineer at Yad2. Full-time work on kubernetes, both bare-metal and EKS-managed, Heavy user of Linux systems, docker containers, and a wide range of CICD tools, Deeply familiar with Go, NodeJS, php and bash, She’sa passionate user and contributor to open source projects and community.
Lead FinOps Engineer (Cloud Analyst)
Dvir, a BSc graduate in computer science, has been working as a DevOps Engineer for most of his professional career. For the past 3+ years, he started his first FinOps position - building from the ground up best practices and methodologies at Wix. At Wix they believe the approach to a FinOps role should come from the engineering side, and they’ve developed a product that automates visibility, optimization, and governance over cloud expenses (that should be open-sourced very soon!)
Dvir has been involved in defining the FinOps role from startups to enterprises and is always up to helping and sharing his knowledge - feel free to hit him up!
Session title: Into to Cloud Financial Management