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    Test Driven Development of Infrastructure Code in Chef

    Sreedevi Vedula
    Sreedevi Vedula
    schedule 2 years ago
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    60 mins
    Demonstration
    Advanced

    Chef is a popular Infrastructure Automation framework based in Ruby. It comes with a host of testing tools bundled with it like ChefSpec for unit testing, ServerSpec for system testing and TestKitchen for integration testing. This session is a demo of how to use these frameworks to test drive cookbook development.

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    Tales of (not so) successful Dev-Ops

    Asheesh Mehdiratta
    Asheesh Mehdiratta
    Debbie Wren
    Debbie Wren
    schedule 2 years ago
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    20 mins
    Experience Report
    Advanced

    Welcome to the crazy world of Dev-Ops, where the tales span the spectrum from gruesome, grizzly to the heavenly and flowery bliss!

    The silo’d structures, the agonizing buy v/s build debates, the departmental handoffs, tooling and of course the cultural barriers, which all add fuel to the story unfolding in our brave new dev-ops world. But sometimes there are silver linings and the heavens part way for the shining stars to reveal their true glory.

    Join our session to listen to the tales of our (not so) successful dev-ops, and learn the lessons from our experiences.

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    Understanding and Implementing DevOps Flow

    Yuval Yeret
    Yuval Yeret
    schedule 2 years ago
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    480 mins
    Workshop
    Intermediate

    DevOps seeks to extend the agile benefits of Flow, Collaboration, Inspect and Adapt thinking all the way to Production. While DevOps and Continuous Delivery were born in the world of web operations in companies like Etsy, Google, Amazon, Facebook and Flickr (also called Unicorns in the DevOps community) it is now clear that Enterprise IT/Product Development companies (also known as Horses) can  also benefit immensely from the ideas and practices and achieve similar results if they manage the change/journey towards DevOps in a way that makes sense in their context. In this workshop we will introduce the concepts of DevOps and Continuous Delivery and help attendees figure out how DevOps can fit into their world as well as how a “DevOps Implementation” might look like.

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    Kanban - A Way Towards DevOps in the Legacy Enterprise

    Yuval Yeret
    Yuval Yeret
    schedule 2 years ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Beginner

    DevOps is a higher form of agility. It is a blueprint for a great culture and and process between the different groups involved in the delivery pipeline. The big question is how to achieve it. If you are founding a startup today, it can be quite easy to take that blueprint and use it to create your process, hire the right versatile flexible people, and start delivering without any technical/automation debt or friction. But most of us are not founding new startups. Most of us already have a running operation with people, culture, process that matured over the years and despite its flaws is currently the way we do things. Changing that is non-trivial. For things to change people need to understand WHY change, what we are changing, and we need an effective process for managing the change itself (HOW to change). So what ARE we changing to? DevOps is highly focused on looking at the whole value stream from idea to value and ensuring effective flow through this pipeline. Kanban is ONE way of HOW to change. It starts by visualizing all the work flowing in the pipeline, then managing the flow focusing on finishing things end to end rather than starting in order to stay busy. It continues to what we call the “Work in process Diet” – Straining the flow more and more in order to identify obstacles to tighter and tighter DevOps culture/operation and faster feedback cycles. You can expect to come out of this session with ideas how to take your current operation and DevOpsify it in a safe evolutionary way using the Kanban method.

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