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  • I can’t be present on the event day. Will be provided a recording of the event?

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Agenda

May 17

The timezone is GMT + 2

    • Time

    • Speaker


    • Topic

    • Time

    • Time

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    • Speaker



    • Topic

    • Topic

    • 18:00 - 18:05




    • Welcome Speech

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    • 18:00 - 18:05

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    • Topic


    • Welcome Speech

    • 18:05 - 18:40

    • Patrick Debois

    • #talk

    • Devops 13 years and 120+ presentations later — my personal journey

    • Time

    • 18:05 - 18:40

    • Speaker

    • Patrick Debois


    • #talk

    • Topic

    • Devops 13 years and 120+ presentations later — my personal journey

    • 18:40 - 19:25

    • Kris Nova

    • #talk

    • Boopkit: Advanced TCP Penetration with eBPF in the Linux Kernel

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    • 18:40 - 19:25

    • Speaker

    • Kris Nova


    • #talk

    • Topic

    • Boopkit: Advanced TCP Penetration with eBPF in the Linux Kernel

    • 19:25 - 19:35



    • Break

    • Time

    • 19:25 - 19:35

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    • Topic

    • Break

    • 19:35 - 19:40

    • Martin Woodward

    • #ignite

    • Dealing with Major Incidents

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    • 19:35 - 19:40

    • Speaker

    • Martin Woodward


    • #ignite

    • Topic

    • Dealing with Major Incidents

    • 19:40 - 19:45

    • Sasha RosenbaumIhor Dvoretsky

    • #ignite

    • TBA

    • Time

    • 19:40 - 19:45

    • Speaker

    • Sasha RosenbaumIhor Dvoretsky


    • #ignite

    • Topic

    • TBA

    • 19:45 - 19:55

    • Vsevolod Poliakov

    • #ignite

    • Running GPU load at GKE

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    • 19:45 - 19:55

    • Speaker

    • Vsevolod Poliakov


    • #ignite

    • Topic

    • Running GPU load at GKE

    • 19:55 - 20:00


    • #ignite

    • Ignite talk 4

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    • 19:55 - 20:00

    • Speaker



    • #ignite

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    • Ignite talk 4

    • 20:00 - 20:10



    • Break

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    • 20:00 - 20:10

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    • Topic

    • Break

    • 20:10 - 20:45

    • Kelsey Hightower

    • #firesidechat

    • TBA

    • Time

    • 20:10 - 20:45

    • Speaker

    • Kelsey Hightower


    • #firesidechat

    • Topic

    • TBA

    • 20:45 - 21:20

    • Volodymyr Tsap

    • #talk

    • "Motivation and Inspiration". How to stay motivated. How to keep team motivated

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    • 20:45 - 21:20

    • Speaker

    • Volodymyr Tsap


    • #talk

    • Topic

    • "Motivation and Inspiration". How to stay motivated. How to keep team motivated

    • 21:20 - 21:55

    • Nail Merphy

    • #ignite

    • "Motivation and Inspiration". How to stay motivated. How to keep team motivated

    • Time

    • 21:20 - 21:55

    • Speaker

    • Nail Merphy


    • #ignite

    • Topic

    • "Motivation and Inspiration". How to stay motivated. How to keep team motivated

    • 21:55 - 22:00



    • Closing

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    • 21:55 - 22:00

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    • Topic

    • Closing

    • 22:00 - 22:30



    • Open Space Discussions

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    • 22:00 - 22:30

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    • Open Space Discussions

Speakers

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    PATRICK DEBOIS


    Labs Researcher and Advisor

  • Learn more

    In order to understand current IT organizations, Patrick has taken a habit of changing both his consultancy role and the domain which he works in: sometimes as a developer, manager, sysadmin, tester and even as the customer. . He is also a co-author of “The DevOps Handbook: How to Create World-Class Agility, Reliability, and Security in Technology Organizations” with Gene Kim, John Willis, and Jez Humble. He first presented concepts on Agile Infrastructure at Agile 2008 in Toronto, and in 2009 he organized the first DevOpsDays. Since then he has been promoting the notion of ‘devops’ to exchange ideas between these groups and show how they can help each other to achieve better results in business. More recently he has been focusing on DevSecOps to make the world a safer place.

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DevOps 13 years and 120+ presentations later. My personal journey

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    LENA HALL


    Head of AWS Developer Relations in North America

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    Lena Hall is Head of AWS Developer Relations in North America, influencing the future of cloud technologies and developer experience for hands-on practitioners. She’s the driver of engineering initiatives to facilitate and advance further acceleration of cloud services. Lena has more than 10 years of experience in solution architecture and software engineering with a focus on distributed cloud programming, real-time system design, highly scalable and performant systems, big data analysis, data science, functional programming, and machine learning.

    Previously, she was a Director of Engineering for Azure at Microsoft, where she focused on large-scale distributed systems and modern architectures. She co-organizes the ML4ALL conference and is often an invited member of program committees for conferences like Kafka Summit, Lambda World, and others.

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Navigating Complexity of Decision-Making for Resilient Data Architectures

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    KELSEY HIGHTOWER


    Principal engineer Google Cloud

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    As a curious and motivated self-learner, I gained an interest in computing at a young age, and started my IT career by opening a small consulting shop 20 years ago.

    From those beginnings my career progressed quickly, eventually passing through the halls of Google, Puppet Labs, New Relic and CoreOS. I am a system administrator by trade, a programmer by necessity, but a problem-solver at heart.

    With a passion for helping others, many successful speaking and teaching engagements under my belt, and a proven track record of getting things done and enabling others, I hope to solve the many problems facing IT culture by equipping people with the mental and computational software they need to succeed in the competitive world of technology. 

#firesidechat


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    MARTIN WOODWARD


    Director of Developer Relations

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    Martin is the Director of Developer Relations at GitHub where he helps developers and open source communities to create delightful things. Prior to that he was part of the team at Microsoft building the tooling for DevOps teams inside and outside the company where he helped change how the company built software, by helping them change how they work with open source communities and how they talk with developers.

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#ignitetalk

Dealing with Major Incidents

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    SCOTT HANSELMAN


    Partner Program Manager, Microsoft Developer Division

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    Scott has been a developer for 30 years and has been blogging at hanselman.com for 20 years!

    He works in Open Source on .NET and the Azure Cloud for Microsoft out of his home office in Portland, Oregon.

    Scott has been podcasting for over 800 episodes of hanselminutes.com over 15 years and 700 episodes of azurefriday.com. He's written a number of technical books and spoken in person to over one million developers worldwide! He's also on TikTok, which was very likely a huge mistake.

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DevOps makes everyone more Powerful

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    SASHA ROSENBAUM


    Director of the Cloud Services Black Belt team at Red Hat

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    Sasha is a Director of the Cloud Services Black Belt team at Red Hat, where she is helping enterprise customers successfully migrate to Managed OpenShift on customers’ favorite public cloud.

    In her career, Sasha has worked in development, operations, consulting, and cloud architecture. Sasha is an organizer of DevOpsDays Chicago, a chair of DeliveryConf, and a published author.

#ignitetalk


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    ANTON BABENKO


    AWS Community Hero / Terraform fanatic

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    Anton is AWS Community Hero and helps companies around the globe build solutions using AWS and specializing in infrastructure as code, DevOps, and reusable infrastructure components.

#ignitetalk


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    OLEG MYKOLAICHENKO


    Head of Infrastructure

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    Leading distributed DevOps team, adopting CNCF + HashiCorp Stack for complex infrastructures. Run trusted Telegram channel about DevOps in Ukraine and DevOps digest on DOU.UA. 

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Incident Management in a DevOps way during the war

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    EMILY FREEMAN


    Author of DevOps for Dummies,DevOps Strategy

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    Emily Freeman is a technologist and a storyteller who helps engineering teams improve their velocity. As the author of DevOps for Dummies, she believes the biggest challenges facing developers aren’t technical, but human. Her mission in life is to transform technology organizations by creating company cultures in which diverse, collaborative teams can thrive.

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Incident Response: Moving Beyond the Reaction

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    ANDREW CLAY SHAFER


    VP of Transformation, Global Transformation Office

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    Andrew Clay Shafer is VP of Transformation, Global Transformation Office for Red Hat. Always fascinated with the dynamics of high performing individuals and organizations, Andrew has a long history helping people deliver systems with better tools and processes.

    With more than 20 years of experience in technology, he gravitated to Agile and Lean methods as a software developer and then applied this understanding to systems as the cofounder of Puppet. Andrew evangelized DevOps tools and practices before DevOps was a word and helped to organize DevOpsDays events since the earliest days of the movement.

#talk


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    VOLODYMYR TSAP


    Chief Technical Officer

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    With years of experience in enterprise business, have started own DevOps-as-a-Service company. For the last 15 years we have designed and launched to production dozens of infrastructures based on OSS and Cloud Native stack. Now with the team have been working on open-source product for infrastructure templating. Active community member.

Topic
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"Motivation and Inspiration". How to stay motivated. How to keep team motivated

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    KRIS NOVA


    Senior Principal Software Engineer

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    Kris Nóva is a computer scientist, alpinist, public speaker and transgender advocate best known for her work on Linux and Kubernetes.

    She specializes in Linux kernel security, distributed systems, infrastructure management, and open source software engineering.

    In 2022 she authored Hacking Capitalism an independently published book about modeling the tech industry as a system. In 2017 she co-authored Cloud Native Infrastructure published by O’Reilly Media.

    Nóva is well known for her open source contributions including projects like Linux, Kubernetes, and The Go Programming Language.

Topic
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Boopkit: Advanced TCP Penetration with eBPF in the Linux Kernel

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    NATALIYA REMEZ


    Director of Platform Engineering

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    Nataliya started her career as a developer back in 2005 in Ukraine. She experimented with different roles in tech and spent most of her career working in distributed cross-functional teams building products that customers love.

    Nataliya has broad experience managing teams and operations in small startups as well as coaching teams in mature corporate environments.

    Currently Nataliya works as Director of Platform Engineering at PayPal. She was one of the early adopters of Continuous Delivery and DevOps culture and believes that the best way to succeed is to build a team of passionate people who care about each other and work on shared outcomes in a self-organised way.

Topic
#ignitetalk

Building Sustainably in the Cloud

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    VSEVOLOD POLIAKOV


    Site Reliability Engineer

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    Founder of UA DevOps community — ukrops.club, an engineer with 10+ years experience. Worked with Grammarly, Ring, Amazon, and other companies.

Topic
#ignitetalk

Running GPU load at GKE

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    ANDRIY BILOUS


    DevOps Community Lead

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    Andriy is DevOps with over 10 years of experience in IT projects related to IoT, Big Data, Asset Management, Mining, CRM Systems, Insurance, HealthCare, Marketing.

    DevOps transformation, software development process improvements, public speaking and problem-solving are his professional interests.

    Andriy is loving his work and aspire to be a professional.

Topic
#ignitetalk

Soft skills in action. True stories from software development

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    LAURA SANTAMARIA


    Developer Advocate

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    As a Developer Advocate at Pulumi, Laura Santamaria loves to learn and explain how things work, bridging the gaps in engineering disciplines. She is a cohost for The Hallway Track podcast, an organizer for DevOpsDays Texas and DevOpsDays Austin, and a co-host for Cloud Austin and Austin DevOps.

    Previously, Laura worked as a developer advocate at LogDNA and a software developer at Rackspace where, among other things, she owned Deconst, an open-source documentation delivery platform, and MC’ed Rackspace’s internal technical conference. Apart from work, she taught Python for Women Who Code Austin for many years and has been a returning program committee member for Open Source Summit. Outside of tech, Laura runs, plays with her dogs, throws discs, and watches clouds—the real kind.

Topic
#ignitetalk

Leaving the Nest: Guidelines, guardrails, and human error

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    NIALL MURPHY


    Consultant and exploring startup opportunities

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    Niall Murphy has worked in Internet infrastructure since the mid-1990s, specialising in large online services. He has worked with all of the major cloud providers from their Dublin, Ireland offices, and most recently at Microsoft, where he was global head of Azure Site Reliability Engineering (SRE).

    At the moment his consultancy firm helps organizations around the world with their reliability and software engineering challenges. He is the instigator, co-author, and editor of the two Google SRE books, and he is probably one of the few people in the world to hold degrees in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Poetry Studies. He lives in Dublin with his wife and two children.

#ignitetalk


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    DANIEL MAHER


    Developer Relations

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    Dan is a veteran of the original dotcom bubble and has since worked in a variety of environments from start-ups to global corporations, including stints as a founder, university lecturer, and a day labourer. Today, Dan is a member of the Devopsdays global team, and a technical evangelist at Datadog.




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PATRICK DEBOIS

Labs Researcher and Advisor

  • Learn more

    In order to understand current IT organizations, Patrick has taken a habit of changing both his consultancy role and the domain which he works in: sometimes as a developer, manager, sysadmin, tester and even as the customer. . He is also a co-author of “The DevOps Handbook: How to Create World-Class Agility, Reliability, and Security in Technology Organizations” with Gene Kim, John Willis, and Jez Humble. He first presented concepts on Agile Infrastructure at Agile 2008 in Toronto, and in 2009 he organized the first DevOpsDays. Since then he has been promoting the notion of ‘devops’ to exchange ideas between these groups and show how they can help each other to achieve better results in business. More recently he has been focusing on DevSecOps to make the world a safer place.

Topic:DevOps 13 years and 120+ presentations later. My personal journey

#talk

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LENA HALL

Head of AWS Developer Relationsin North America

  • Learn more

    Lena Hall is Head of AWS Developer Relations in North America, influencing the future of cloud technologies and developer experience for hands-on practitioners. She’s the driver of engineering initiatives to facilitate and advance further acceleration of cloud services. Lena has more than 10 years of experience in solution architecture and software engineering with a focus on distributed cloud programming, real-time system design, highly scalable and performant systems, big data analysis, data science, functional programming, and machine learning. 
    Previously, she was a Director of Engineering for Azure at Microsoft, where she focused on large-scale distributed systems and modern architectures. She co-organizes the ML4ALL conference and is often an invited member of program committees for conferences like Kafka Summit, Lambda World, and others.

Topic:Navigating Complexity of Decision-Making for Resilient Data Architectures

#talk

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