The expanding complexity of our application ecosystems means that our environments require more tools - and more advanced tools - in order to observe them properly. The right tooling will help you to track down the causes of problems, or better yet, prevent them proactively. Different components will require different observability needs. When you have different needs, you may experience challenges of teaching different types of tools to your staff, and of pulling information together in order to make sense of it.
It may be helpful to have a framework for thinking about the kinds of information that you will need, and a common set of tools for sorting and filtering that info, so that you don’t need to teach a wide variety of interfaces. During my session, I will discuss frameworks for considering the information you need, ways of abstracting this information so that it's more digestible, and how teams can make decisions based on the same information.
The modern continuous delivery pipeline has improved the speed of adding new features while at the same time improving the stability of production systems. This has been achieved by collaborating closer together and automating the hell out of the process.
While building, testing and delivering the artifacts, we are increasingly producing and consuming metadata at various points in the life cycle. Real-world examples range from the libraries we use to build the app, the conversations we have during building, the dynamic runtime decisions in service discovery, and finally into operational problem-solving.
This talk is about how we can use this metadata to our advantage to improve security of modern cloud native applications. By sharing the metadata across the traditional silos, companies can build a stronger security posture. Imagine: Operations would have access to all information about the artifacts running in production, developers could see what code is being exploited and security would instantly be able to assess the current risk.
After the tricky journey of cloud migration and finally getting your production environment up and running in AWS, the next step is figuring out how to never sit waiting for data recovery. Protecting your business's continuity is crucial and enterprises who successfully back up their data on the cloud know that downtime due to human error, bugs, weather, and malicious attacks will occur no matter how adequate we think our data protection is.
How do we simplify the DR process, have confidence in our drills and adhere to compliance requirements while keeping our budget in check?
We'll provide simple steps so you can make sure your organization is resilient and your data is highly available, knowing you will never wait for a restore. Our experts will drill into the fineries of data lifecycle management in AWS, as well as highlight the high performance and lower storage costs of backup offerings for your data and workloads.
Prepare to be amazed!
Gideon Livnah, comedian and mentalist, will join us throughout the event to present hilarious mind reading stunts that will make you believe in ’The Virtually Impossible!
best practices, processes and tools for CI/CD, cost management, and security in the cloud, typically practiced by DevOps, IT and Software Engineering professional.
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H. "Waldo" Grunenwald
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Shining the Spotlight on CloudOps
Your role in CloudOps is critical to your company's success. Learn how to leverage that.
CloudOps tools and responsibilites are changing quickly. Discover what's new and what works best.
It's time for you to step up and take your place as a leader in your company. This is where it begins.
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CloudOps is organized by local members of the DevOps, IT and Cloud Infrastructure community to increase the flow and exchange of ideas and experiences.
Share, Lead, Learn
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.
Call For Papers
Whether you are working for a global enterprise or a bleeding-edge startup, we want to hear from you!
We are looking for presentations and workshops on:
- Infrastructure Management Success Stories
- Monitoring and Observability
- Kubernetes Networking
- Kubernetes and Stateful Workloads
- How IT and DevOps Are Now Core to Business Success
- Kubernetes Operators (custom resources)
- Machine Learning on Kubernetes
- Kubernetes Security
- And any other interesting topics you'd like to suggest