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    Gene Kim - Lessons Learned Since The Phoenix Project

    Gene Kim
    Gene Kim
    Founder
    Tripwire
    schedule 2 weeks ago
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    60 Mins
    Keynote
    Beginner

    I’ve learned so much since The Phoenix Project came out in 2013. In this talk, I will share my top learnings while co-authoring The DevOps Handbook with Jez Humble, Patrick Debois, and John Willis and the recently-released Accelerate with Dr. Nicole Forsgren and Jez Humble. I’ll talk about the latest findings from the State of DevOps Report, the true importance of deployment lead times, how DevOps truly transforms the lives of Dev and Ops, what I learned about Conway’s Law, and how DevOps is a subset of dynamic learning organizations, of which Toyota is the most famous. This project was one of the most fun and rewarding adventures of my life, and I want to share some of my biggest a-ha moments!

  • Liked David Bernstein
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    David Bernstein - Five Development Practices for Agile DevOps

    David Bernstein
    David Bernstein
    Owner
    To Be Agile
    schedule 2 weeks ago
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    60 Mins
    Keynote
    Beginner

    These five development practices are core to Extreme Programming (XP) and essential for DevOps—automating the build for continuously integrating software as it is written, collaborating with team members through pair programming, practicing Agile design skills that enable testability, using test-first development to drive design, and refactoring code to reduce technical debt. Together, these five technical practices are proving to be essential for sustained success with Agile DevOps. However, many teams haven’t been exposed to the benefits of these practices or understand how to use them effectively. David Bernstein explores these engineering practices and their use in reducing risk and building quality in at every level of the development process. He makes the business case for these practices by showing how they address the inherent risks and challenges of building software. David then examines how these XP practices help us address the core issues of software development.

  • Liked Matty Stratton
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    Matty Stratton - Fight, Flight, or Freeze — Releasing Organizational Trauma

    Matty Stratton
    Matty Stratton
    Global DevOps Advocate
    PagerDuty
    schedule 2 weeks ago
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    45 Mins
    Talk
    Beginner

    When humans are faced with a traumatic experience, our brains kick in with survival mechanisms. These mechanisms are the familiar fight or flight response, but can also include the freeze response - which occurs when we are terrified or feel that there is no chance of escape.

    In this talk I will explain the background of fight, flight, and freeze, and how it applies to organizations. Based on my own experiences with post-traumatic stress (PTS), I will give examples and suggestions on how to identify your own organizational trauma and how to help heal it.

    Sufferers of post-traumatic stress continue to feel these fight, flight, and freeze responses long after the trauma has passed, because our brains are unable to differentiate between the memory of trauma and an actually occurring event. When activated or triggered, the brain reverts to these behaviors, which are then expressed in the person’s body (through posture, disassociation, muscle tension, etc).

    The same can occur to organizations - once an organization has experienced a trauma (a large outage, say) the “memory” of that trauma leads to a deregulated state whenever activated (by symptoms of similar indicators, such as system alerts, customer issues, and more). The organization will insist on revisiting the same fight, flight, or freeze response as the embedded trauma has caused, which, like a triggered post-traumatic stress sufferer, is a false equivalency.

    One of the treatments for post-traumatic stress is Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), in which the patient’s difficult memories are offset with a positive association that is reinforced through external stimuli. The same can be done for organizations - removing the inaccurate traumatic associations of previous outages and organizational pain through game days, and other techniques, we can reduce the “scar tissue” of our organization and move forward in a balanced manner.

    In this talk, I will explain the background of fight, flight, and freeze, and how it applies to organizations. I will give examples and suggestions on how to identify your own organizational trauma and how to help heal it.

  • Liked Masato Ishigaki
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    Masato Ishigaki - ユーザーエンゲージメントを高めるデータ駆動戦略 〜DMMにおけるユーザーレビュー基盤のデータ駆動実例〜

    Masato Ishigaki
    Masato Ishigaki
    Product Owner
    DMM.com
    schedule 1 week ago
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    20 Mins
    Talk
    Beginner

    ユーザーエンゲージメントを高める中で『データ駆動』という考え方は非常に重要です。
    常にプロダクトの状態をデータドリブンで数値化・定量化して、プロダクトがきちんとGrowthしているか、あるいはしそうかどうかを判断・予測しなければなりません。

    データが『駆動』するとは、データを見ることで次の行動につながることです。また、優れた指標をもとにデータを集めなければデータは駆動しません。

    データ駆動を使ったプロダクト戦略を行ううえで、優秀なフレームワークとして『リーンスタートアップ』といった考え方があります。リーンキャンパスやBMLループなどを使って、仮説検証からデータ計測→学習を高速に回し、次の仮説を立案し、いち早くプロダクトをProduct Market Fitに到達させる必要があります。

    こういった仮説から学習のループをすばやく回すには、どういったデータを計測してモニタリングしていくかがとても大事になってきます。 間違った指標(データ)では、学習ができないからです。

    今回は、データが駆動する優れた指標の見つけ方から、DMM.comの多様なサービスから月数万のレビュー投稿されるユーザーレビュー基盤のプロダクト実例をもとにデータ駆動戦略についてお話できればと思います。

  • Liked Gal Bashan
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    Gal Bashan - Why Serverless + DevOps Is a Perfect Fit

    Gal Bashan
    Gal Bashan
    Software Engineer
    Epsagon
    schedule 2 weeks ago
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    45 Mins
    Talk
    Beginner

    Serverless is one of the fastest growing technologies on the market. Devs love it as it enables them to move much faster, but Ops tend to be suspicious towards it as it entails “loss of control” over your infrastructure. When making the DevOps transformation, these worlds seem to collide. But serverless is actually a great fit with the DevOps culture, and it can even help you make the transformation.
    I am a developer who is highly experienced with serverless technologies. I want to help teams get started with it, and reduce the barriers to entry.

  • Liked Matty Stratton
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    Matty Stratton - The Psychology of Chaos Engineering

    Matty Stratton
    Matty Stratton
    Global DevOps Advocate
    PagerDuty
    schedule 2 weeks ago
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    45 Mins
    Talk
    Intermediate

    Chaos Engineering, failure injection, and similar practices have verified benefits to the resilience of systems and infrastructure. But can they provide similar resilience to teams and people? What are the effects and impacts on the humans involved in the systems? This talk will delve into both positive and negative outcomes to all the groups of people involved - including users, engineers, product, and business owners.

    Using case studies from organizations where chaos engineering has been implemented, we will explore the changes in attitude that these practices create. This talk will include a brief overview of chaos engineering practices for unfamiliar members of the audience, but the main focus will be on human elements. I will discuss successful implementations, as well as challenges faced in teams where chaos was a “success” from a technical perspective, but contained negative impact for the people involved.

    After seeing this talk, attendees will have a better understanding of the human factors involved in chaos engineering, good practices to care for the people and teams working with chaos, and be even more excited about this practice.

  • Liked Gabor Devenyi
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    Gabor Devenyi - The 5 DevOps monkeys

    Gabor Devenyi
    Gabor Devenyi
    Agile Coach
    Gabor Devenyi
    schedule 2 weeks ago
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    5 Mins
    Lightning Talk
    Beginner

    Occasionally we behave like monkeys. We imitate others, we "talk the talk" - even if we don't really understand the topic. We pretend to do DevOps, but we are not really. We use nice words like "continuous integration" and "value streams", but we don't really understand what our team is working on.

    In this funny, but insightful lightning talk I present 5 behavior anti-patterns that I observed in my work at Agile and DevOps transformations. As these are my personal observations, I introduce these anti-patterns with the help of personification instead of scientific explanation (using the analogy of "monkeys").

    Fortunately, there is always a way to get better and I present the techniques I found the most useful to improve the working relationship with the "monkeys" (whether it was someone else or me, who behaved like a monkey).

  • Liked Takashi Takebayashi
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    Takashi Takebayashi - そろそろおまえらのdevopsについて一言いっておくか(ver. 2019)

    45 Mins
    Talk
    Beginner

    タイトルから分かる通り、ネタ枠ですよ!

    一時期 devops がバズワードと化し、猫も杓子も devops、devops と言葉だけが先行していました。そういったことがなくなり、ほっと胸を撫で下ろしていると、

    NoOps「devops は短サイクル開発なだけ! SRE は devops の進化したもの! NoOps は アーキテクチャ設計 に SRE と devops を内包したもの!」
    devops やっているぞヒューマン「devops やっているって言うため、足りないときは空コミットしたりして、毎日 10 deploy してますが大変ですよね!」
    devops わかってるぞヒューマン「私はビジネスを考えているので、devops なんていう dev と ops のことは開発だけでやってください!」

    ということがここ最近よく起きるようになりました。というわけで、devops に対しての誤解を解くとともに、実際 devops をどういう風にしたのか、どういった成果、業績がでたのかを複数の事例でご紹介します。

    タイトルから分かる通り、ネタ枠ですよ!

    大事なことなので 2 回書きました。

  • Liked Shama Ugale
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    Shama Ugale - Testing your Bot!

    Shama Ugale
    Shama Ugale
    Sr. QA Consultant
    ThoughtWorks Inc
    schedule 3 weeks ago
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    45 Mins
    Talk
    Beginner

    Chatbots are one of the most widely adopted AI/ML implementations in the business sector. A chatbot is an intelligent machine used to imitate human conversation through text and voice commands. Today bots are widely used as a personal assistant, customer service, HR, sales and marketing to name a few. In short, bots are everywhere and we rely on them to a certain extent, this makes it extremely important to assure the quality of the chatbots and test them thoroughly. They are built using NLU/NLP-Services (Natural language understanding and processing) and are subjected to constant training and improvement which has direct impact on tests. Voice based bots like Siri and Alexa depend on speech recognition technologies. As the chatbots user do not have any barriers and due to the unpredictable user’s behavior it becomes utmost difficult to verify the correctness on the output. In this talk, we will discuss how the chatbots are different as compared to the other applications and the challenges they bring onto the table while verifying their behavior, and focus on the testing strategies and automation testing of the bots.

  • Liked JIHAI ZHOU
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    JIHAI ZHOU - The Challenge and Solutions to Implement DevSecOps into Large Banks

    JIHAI ZHOU
    JIHAI ZHOU
    DevOps Champion
    HSBC
    schedule 2 weeks ago
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    45 Mins
    Talk
    Executive

    The data is very sensitive for the bank, and therefore banks have very high standards of the cyber security. However, there are still a lot of challenge to promote DevSecOps culture.

    Since 2018, we starts to integrate Cyber Security into DevOps culture by running DevSecOps program. We aim to shift left the Cyber security mindset to the development teams through promoting DevSecOps tools combined with the relevant trainings.

    In this presentation, we will share how to integrate DevSecOps tools, such as Checkmarx, Contrast and Sonatype IQ into development CICD pipeline to produce vulnerability reports through cyber security testing and scanning source code and 3rd party libraries.

    In addition, we will demonstrate three different ways to provide cyber security training to help development teams gradually grow their knowledge to have the capability to fix the vulnerability reported by DevSecOps tools, as well as establishing the brand new mindset over the time

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