The 2017 All Day DevOps virtual conference is fast approaching! On October 24th, registrants across the globe will be provided with access to over 100 streaming sessions, all focused on DevOps. The best part about this extraordinary gathering of DevOps minds? It’s completely free to register.
All Day DevOps sessions are structured across 6 different tracks:
- Modern Infrastructure and Monitoring,
- Cultural Transformations,
- DevOps in Government,
- and the “Tech Crawl” where speakers offer a peek into life on a DevOps team.
Here’s a quick sample of some of the many sessions you won’t want to miss.
There is No Root Cause: Emergent Behavior in Complex Systems
Matthew Boeckman, author of the Dev and Ops Guide to Incident Management, examines why, as our software systems have grown in complexity, our traditional after-action analysis processes leave something to be desired. Attendees will learn limitations around traditional Root Cause analysis, and why they need to move into a more modern post-incident review strategy.
Increasing the Dependability of DevOps Processes
We all know what it’s like to get a system outage when you’re updating software. In this session, Ingo Weber covers the Process-Oriented Dependability (POD) framework that he designed to address and avoid those experiences. You’ll learn how the approach enables fast error detection, root cause analysis, and ultimately, swift recovery.
Strategy, Structure, Delivery – Building High Performing DevOps Engineering Teams
DevOps specialists and recruiters Chris Monticolombi and Jack Moore share strategies to attract the best technical talent for your engineering team. You’ll learn about successfully positioning your brand to attract new hires, building efficient and non-disruptive hiring processes, and enabling a hiring roadmap that compliments your core business objectives.
Top Lessons Learned Researching and Co-Authoring the DevOps Handbook
Gene Kim, the co-author of the 2016 Best DevOps Book of the Year, “The DevOps Handbook: How to Create World-Class Agility, Reliability, and Security in Technology Organizations,” shares his knowledge on increasing profitability, elevating your team’s culture, and exceeding productivity goals through DevOps practices.
Control Without Being Controlling: Minimum Viable Change Management
Jayne Groll, CEO of DevOps Institute, explores an innovative way that companies can implement “minimum viable” Change Management that provides structure without constraining the DevOps team. Attendees will learn how to create a strategy that enables their teams to be faster and more automated while still meeting governance, risk and compliance requirements.
VictorOps is proud to sponsor this amazing event, and is excited to see a conference that provides such an incredible amount of valuable material to the DevOps community. Register now – don’t miss out on your chance to attend!