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Tuesday, May 16
 

3:30pm

Linux Containers in Practice and Production
Limited Capacity filling up

Containers are the new hotness, but are they right for your production environment? We’ll discuss the details of containers and pros and cons of containers in your production stack.

Speakers
avatar for Jed Salazar

Jed Salazar

Solutions Architect, Pivotal
Jed Salazar is a Colorado native, Xoogler, and avid outdoors-person. Jed has worked in the Colorado tech scene since the early 2000’s. He’s currently a Solutions Architect for Pivotal.


 
Wednesday, May 17
 

2:00pm

CI/CD with Concourse
Limited Capacity seats available

What is Concourse? Why use Concourse for CI pipelines?  Paul Nath of Pivotal will show you how to take advantage of this intuitive tool for your projects.

Speakers
avatar for Paul Nath

Paul Nath

Principal Operations Engineer, Pivotal
Paul Nath is a Platform operations engineer for Pivotal. Paul has worked in the DevOps community for 15 years. He is from Chicago but moved to Colorado 17 years ago to be closer to the outdoors.


 
Thursday, May 18
 

4:00pm

ChatOps: Infrastructure as Conversation
Limited Capacity seats available

Those tasked with building and maintaining resilient services and systems at scale are aware of the concepts behind “Infrastructure as Code”. Configuration management tools and services such as Puppet, Ansible, Chef, and others have become a staple in the provisioning, management, and more of critical components of systems worldwide.

With the growing popularity of ChatOps (the concept of moving actions and context related to Operations into a persistent group-chat tool) more and more teams are beginning to find even more efficiencies and benefits. What does it look like when teams have begun to manage much of their infrastructure from the interface of group-chat? How can ChatOps help scale not only the infrastructure and software that we are building but the business as it grows. This talk will point out the often misunderstood challenges of complex systems, scaling companies, and how ChatOps is solving these very problems.

Speakers
avatar for Jason Hand

Jason Hand

DevOps Evangelist, VictorOps
Jason Hand writes, advises, and lectures around the world on the principles and nuance of DevOps. He has spoken at companies including Comcast and Verizon, as well as dozens of conferences, Meetups, and webinars and was named "DevOps Evangelist of the Year" by DevOps.com in 2016... Read More →


 
Friday, May 19
 

2:00pm

Dressed to the Nines: Achieving uber-high reliability computing
Reliability is vital to every product.  Let's go over good monitoring and how it leads to the acquisition of Nines.

Speakers
avatar for Jess Frame

Jess Frame

Google
For more than 10 years, Jess Frame has worked as a software engineer and SRE at Google. As a member of the CRE Team within SRE, she helps make customers more reliable by teaching them The SRE Way(tm). Among other things, she is recognized internally at Google as an expert in the topics... Read More →