The agile development of software offers numerous advantages for developers and development teams. On the other hand, Agile also poses new security challenges. Christian Schneider shows in his session from DevOpsCon 2018 which security sins should not be committed in agile projects.
In the DevOps community today, we hear a lot about sociotechnical systems. However, if we want to take an approach based on sociotechnical theory, we also need to think about the sociological framework. In his session at DevOpsCon 2018, Jabe Bloom shows how this can look like and what needs to be considered.
DevOpsCon 2019 is just around the corner. Are you ready for four days of DevOps fun in Berlin? Tip: Early Bird Sale ends April 4 – save money and get a free Raspberry Pi or Nintendo Classic Mini!
DevOpsCon 2019 is just around the corner. Are you ready for four days of DevOps fun in Berlin? If you buy your tickets now, save up to €870 with our exclusive special. Plus, get a free Raspberry Pi or Nintendo Classic Mini!
About a year ago, product companies transformed their structure into a network of fully cross-functional and self-organized teams, strongly inspired by the Spotify model. But why did we take such a drastic step? In this session, Steffen Behn and Tina Dreimann explain everything you need to know.
Couldn’t make it to Munich this year for DevOpsCon? We’re sorry we missed you, but we’ve got you covered with a livestream of this year’s closing keynote speech from Bernd Rederlechner and Boris Folgmann! Tune in to see the keynote live at 14:15 CET.
Can’t make it to Munich this year for DevOpsCon? Not to worry, we’ve got you covered with a livestream of this year’s opening keynote speech from Ronnie Chen! Tune in to see the keynote live at 9:00 CET.
How can a young company keep up with everything that goes on in the DevOps world? Andrea Giardini talks about his experiences and the challenges his team had to overcome to build a highly-automated infrastructure.
Philipp Garbe, Docker Captain and Lead Platform Engineer at Scout24, gives us an overview of ECS and all the other services you will need in order to run your containers in production.
In this session, Mike McGarr talks about the challenges of shared code, dependency hell and offers tips on how to deal with some of the most common library problems.
“If I put a malfunctioning application in a container, I get just that: a malfunctioning application in a container”. Michael Bruns shows us how we can develop and operate a stable microservice architecture without the need to put everything into containers.
Missing out on DevOpsCon? Why not take a look at a session from the last DevOpsCon from Björn Rabenstein? In this talk, Björn goes over why monitoring isn’t just an operational concern.
What’s the difference between the community and enterprise editions of Docker? In this talk, Jerome Petazzoni explains the differences between the two as well as demonstrates what functions are available in each.
Come and see: DevOpsCon will take place in Munich from November 20th – 23rd. Get your tickets now to the conference for continuous delivery, microservices, Docker, cloud computing, lean business, and more. Save up to € 375 and get a free Raspberry Pi if you buy your tickets now!