Continuous Delivery & DevOps

22nd March 2019

Businesses heavily rely on the ability to deliver high-value products/services in a sustainable/predictable manner. Hence organisations invest in a collaborative software craftsmanship culture, backed by solid engineering practices and automation tools for building, testing, deploying, and monitoring. With Cloud, teams can leverage the speed, agility, efficiency, and economies of scale, which are essential building blocks for CD and DevOps.

The program will expose you to industry-proven techniques to help your organisation with predictable delivery, data-driven experimentation culture and more importantly help build an organisation that learns continuously, at a fast pace.

Target Audience: Technology Leaders, Architects, Tech Leads, Developers, and Testers.


WHERE
Sheraton Grand Bangalore Hotel
26/1 Dr. Rajkumar Road, Malleswaram-Rajajinagar Bengaluru, India 560055

WHEN
Friday, March 22, 2019
8:30 AM to 6:00 PM


Who should attend?

Technical Leaders, who are interested in streamlining value engineering. This includes:-

  • Technology Leaders – To understand how to change the organization to embrace CD and DevOps
  • Architect/Tech Leads/Programmers/Testers – To learn how to deliver code frequently with high quality using right automation techniques
  • Operations People – To learn how to collaborate with development teama and to manage infrastructure better by using the right tooling
  • Experts (Security/Domain) – To understand how to use your expertise and collaborate with the team to make sure that what gets delivered is “done right” from the domain and security perspective

Speakers from 2018

Chad Fowler

Chad Fowler

CTO @ Microsoft
Dave Farley

Dave Farley

Pioneer @ Continuous Delivery
Jez Humble

Jez Humble

Pioneer @ Continuous Delivery
Anand Bagmar

Anand Bagmar

Software Quality Evangelist @ Essence of Testing
Geike Hanoulle

Geike Hanoulle

CoderDiva @ PairCoaching

Girish Verma

Girish Verma

Senior Consultant @ Thoughtworks
Gopinath Langote

Gopinath Langote

Software Engineer @ N26 GmbH
Hillel Wayne

Hillel Wayne

Author @ Practical TLA+
Jaco Greyling

Jaco Greyling

DevOps Director @ Nedbank
Jen Krieger

Jen Krieger

Chief Agile Architect @ Red Hat

Jutta Eckstein

Jutta Eckstein

Coach, Consultant, Trainer @ self-employed
Leena S N

Leena S N

CTO/Programmer @ Good Karma
Maaret Pyhajarvi

Maaret Pyhajarvi

Lead Quality Engineer @ F-Secure Corporation
Naresh Jain

Naresh Jain

Founder @ ConfEngine.com
Neependra Khare

Neependra Khare

Founder and Principal Consultant @ CloudYuga

Nick Tune

Nick Tune

Tech Lead @ Navico
Rahul Verma

Rahul Verma

Founder & Chief Consultant @ Test Mile Software Testing Pvt Ltd
Sunit Parekh

Sunit Parekh

Principal Consultant @ ThoughtWorks
Vincent FUCHS

Vincent FUCHS

Technical architect @ Societe Generale
Vinod Joshi

Vinod Joshi

Sr. Program Manager @ Microsoft

Woody Zuill

Woody Zuill

Agile Guide / Trainer / Developer @ Zuill Development
Yves Hanoulle

Yves Hanoulle

Creative Collaboration Agent @ PairCoaching

What can you potentially learn/gain?

  • Build Pipeline – How to Build and maintain Continuous Delivery Pipeline to Deliver value to customers quickly and safely
  • Importance of various Testing Tools
    • Property based testing
    • Contract driven tests
    • Cross device testing tools for Mobile Applications
    • Visual Regression testing
    • Continuous Security, Performance Testing
  • Continuous Delivery and Database – Patterns that can be applied for managing Database to support Continuous Delivery
  • Manage infrastructure
    • Using containers to manage consistency and ease of setup of any environment, such as development, staging, production etc.
    • Choosing the right cloud providers
  • Culture – Implementing workflow/cultural changes to help the Security or Domain experts to collaborate with the team
  • Continuous Delivery for different types of applications/architecture – Patterns and techniques for implementing CD/DevOps for different kinds of applications such as:
    • Microservices
    • Mobile applications
    • Mainframe applications
    • Green field projects
    • Existing monolithic & legacy applications
    • Serverless
  • Production Monitoring, Information Radiators – Different measurements and techniques teams can use, such as:
    • Improve the ‘Red-to-green’ time for production issues
    • What teams should measure during their DevOps journey
    • Using techniques such as:
      • A/B Testing
      • Usability Testing
      • Canary Releasing
      • Blue/Green deployments