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DevOps Conference 2016

05. bis 8. Dezember 2016
Arabellastraße 5 Sheraton Munich Arabellapark Hotel
81925 , München - Deutschland

Monday - 05. December 2016

09:30 bis 17:30
Der Docker-Basis-Workshop >> FULLY BOOKED!

Das Thema Docker sorgt gerade für viel Aufsehen. Ob kleine Start-ups oder große Firmen – schon aufregend viele Unternehmen setzen auf die Open-Source-Technologie Docker. Aber was hat es mit dieser Art von Containern auf sich, die den Virtualisierungsmarkt aufrollen und die Softwareentwicklung nachhaltig verändern wollen? Docker verspricht einen schnellen Start, flexible Konfiguration und stabile Images für Entwicklung und Produktion. In diesem Workshop wollen wir diesen Versprechen praktisch nachgehen. Wir starten mit einem Überblick und stellen die ersten Schritte beim Einsatz von Docker vor. Die Teilnehmer lernen die wichtigsten Befehle, Anweisungen und Konzepte praktisch kennen. Anhand eines ausführlichen Beispiels zeigen wir, wie ein Microservice mit Java implementiert, mit Docker installiert und in einer Umgebung mit anderen Services integriert wird. Außerdem diskutieren wir das aktuelle Docker-Ökosystem und klären über Chancen und Risiken auf.

Building a modern CI/CD Pipeline – a hands-on Workshop >> FULLY BOOKED!

The purpose of this workshop is to explore the core concepts of modern Continuous Delivery (CD). The participants will learn why CD is needed, what are the necessary (and the optional) parts of a great CD pipeline and how to wire them all together for an effective workflow. In the process we will get our hands dirty building and deploying a number of interconnected microservices onto a cloud-based cluster. The workshop is for Software Developers, Testers, Sys Admins and DevOps Engineers looking to expand their knowledge in CI/CD, obtain a system-wide view of software delivery processes and enrich their experience by playing with the industry hottest tools. The requirements for the workshop are a professional background in working with computer systems, basic knowledge in Unix/Linux OS, scripting languages (Perl, Python, Ruby, JavaScript or Shell) and software build systems (desirable). For the purpose of the workshop the participants will be requested to acquire a trial account for Google Cloud Platform. These accounts are free of charge but may require providing credit card details.

Service-Discovery in einer Microservices-Infrastruktur

Microservices etablieren sich als Architekturstil zur Entwicklung komplexer Softwaresysteme. Wenn eine Anwendung auf Basis von Microservices konzipiert wird, stellt sich die Frage, wie sie skalierbar und robust bereitgestellt werden kann. Im Rahmen des Power Workshops wird eine exemplarische Microservices-Architektur aufgebaut und anhand dieser gezeigt, wie die Dienste mittels Service-Discovery adäquat bereitgestellt werden können. Der Power Workshop erfolgt in Anlehnung an das Konzept des Mob Programmings. Es wird eine Zielanwendung vorgegeben; die Realisierung erfolgt im Rahmen des Workshops, dabei können sich die Teilnehmer aktiv einbringen und Vorschläge zur Realisierung beitragen. Neben Quellcode werden auch Technologien zur Bereitstellung demonstriert.

Organization Design for effective Software Systems

For effective Cloud-connected software systems we need to organize our teams in certain ways. Taking account of Conway’s Law, we look to match the team structures to the required software architecture, enabling or restricting communication and collaboration for the best outcomes. In this workshop you will learn how to design your organization for modern, Cloud-connected software systems, covering topics such as: fundamental team topology types; how and when to use the fundamental team topologies; how to recognise other team topologies and to map these onto the fundamental types using topology fitness functions; the dynamics of team design and how team topologies should evolve; heuristics for discovering new topologies. On completion of the workshop, you should have a sound understanding of which team topologies to apply in different circumstances and why. Attendees are expected to have a basic understanding of Conway’s Law and of the DevOps Topologies patterns at http://devopstopologies.com/.

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Tuesday - 06. December 2016

09:00 bis 09:30
Reception and Opening

Sebastian Meyen will welcome you at the DevOps Conference.

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09:30 bis 10:00
Overcoming Obstacles to DevOps

All organizations that did not originate this moment have a pre-existing culture as well as legacy technology and processes that can be more or less amenable to DevOps implementation. That organizational culture is influenced by the personalities and management styles of Executive Management, the wider culture in which the organization is situated, and the personalities of key team members at all levels of the organization. The technology in use, and more importantly, existing processes governing its deployment and development, may need to be modified or even replaced completely, and existing stakeholders with entrenched interests can throw a wrench in the works. There are several key techniques that an agent of change can implement to smooth the transition and overcome these obstacle on the way to a smoother DevOps deployment process with the re-aligned silos that are characteristic of a healthy DevOps culture.

10:15 bis 11:15
Docker-Orchestration leicht gemacht

Diese Session gibt einen Überblick über die technischen Lösungen für die Orchestrierung von containerbasierten Microservices. Erzeugen, Betreiben und Ändern von vielen Maschinen und Containern auf dem eigenen Notebook, im Data Center oder in der Cloud ist eine Herausforderung. Unsere Produkte werden ständig erweitert und an verschiedene Nutzungen angepasst. Um Microservices zu entwickeln, bedarf es einer guten Koordination von Gruppen von Prozessen und ihren Abhängigkeiten. Das Docker-Ökosystem bietet seit der Version 1.12 eine komplette Orchestrationslösung mit vielversprechenden Werkzeugen zur automatischen Skalierung, Fehlerbehebung und Deployment. Die Session stellt den praktischen Nutzen der Docker-Plattform vor und demonstriert den praktischen Umgang damit.

How and why to design your Teams for modern Software Systems

For effective, modern, Cloud-connected software systems we need to organize our teams in certain ways. Taking account of Conway’s Law, we look to match the team structures to the required software architecture, enabling or restricting communication and collaboration for the best outcomes. This talk will cover the basics of organization design, exploring a selection of key team topologies and how and when to use them in order to make the development and operation of your software systems as effective as possible. The talk is based on experience helping companies around the world with the design of their teams.

Prometheus is good for your small Start-up

In this talk we'll explain our journey from having near-zero monitoring to having all of our infrastructure monitored with the necessary metrics and alerts. We will share with the audience some of the mistakes we did and what lessons we have learned. We currently have around 200 instances monitored with a comfortable cost-effective in-house monitoring stack based on Prometheus. We want to demonstrate that you don't need to have a big fleet to embrace Prometheus and that it is a non-expensive solution for monitoring."

12:00 bis 13:00
Build, ship, run, disaster! It's all about Monitoring and Dependencies in distributed Microservices Environments

Faster releases, high availability and scalability are promised by people advocating micro services running in containers or PaaS. Based on observations we made from real-world environments micro service architectures tend to results in up to twenty times larger environments than their monolithic counterparts! While the complexity of deployments, versioning and dependencies grows with every additional service, tracking health, proper functioning, and performance becomes harder. In this presentation you learn about the new challenges and effects of building, shipping and running micro service environments on top of container-based PaaS infrastructure (like Cloud Foundry and Docker) and how this impacts performance and monitoring.

The Road to Continuous Deployment: a Case Study

It’s a situation many of us are familiar with: a large legacy application, limited or no tests, slow and manual release process, low velocity, no confidence ... Oh, and management wants new features, fast. But how to proceed? Using examples and lessons learned from a real-world case, I’ll show you how to strangle the legacy application with a modern service architecture and build a continuous deployment pipeline to deliver value from the first sprint. On the way, we take a look at testing strategies and various (possibly controversial!) tips and best practices.

Docker Container Loading

“docker build” with plain Dockerfiles is currently the canonical and recommended approach for creating Docker images. But is this also always the best way for all use cases? This talk presents alternative and creative ways to produce Docker images. You will meet dedicated template systems like fish-pepper which adds composability and parameterisation in addition to the Dockerfile intrinsic extension mechanism. In another recipe you will learn how to reproducibly create Docker images with Ansible. The image fabrication can be directly integrated into your Maven based builds, too. This and more will be explained and demonstrated with live demos. At the end you will have a good overview what is out there for loading your Docker containers in addition to a vanilla “docker build”.

New working Worlds at SoundCloud

How can you design space to improve innovation and collaboration? How can you meet never-ending and ever-changing employee needs with limited budgets? How can you create flexibility through change? Join SoundCloud Director of Workplace Emily Lannon as she answers these questions and more with what she’s learned throughout her career, but especially during the last four years of growth at SoundCloud, one of Europe’s tech success stories. Learn how SoundCloud’s Space/Real Estate strategy has evolved throughout eleven office moves, three major builds and the operationalization of four offices around the world. Find out what has worked, what hasn’t, and how to apply simple principles to achieve real impact with your organization’s spaces.

14:15 bis 14:45
How we collaborate at GitHub

Learn how GitHub's globally distributed teams use GitHub tooling to develop GitHub, collaborate with engineering, sales, marketing, services and legal and deploy more than 500 times a week. Experience ChatOps, a great way to reduce friction between development and operations and super efficient way to bring new engineers up to speed. See life examples on how to use Hubot to retrieve log files, graph various metrics and deploy pull requests directly from Slack to Heroku. Get some ideas how to build such a ChatOps environment yourself.

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15:00 bis 16:00
Playing Port Authority – TDD for Containers

The port authority, in every harbor, is responsible for inspecting the cargo, and therefore containers, that go in and out of it. Wouldn’t you want to do this with your containers as well? I want to talk about unit-, functional- and integration testing when developing container based infrastructure, using ServerSpec, Ruby and docker-compose intertwined with Continuous Delivery. I will include a live coding example as well as a step by step introductions and ready-to-use sample code to get your hands dirty with.

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The Role of Leadership in DevOps

When we talk about DevOps we first think about deploying applications, then we remind ourselves it’s about collaboration. Then we preach culture and empathy and then we go and write a new automation tool. Still by now everybody understands that to improve the way we work much more is needed than a few cool tools. A true transformation requires a mind shift and for that – leadership is a must. Every DevOps handbook talks about how devs and ops should play together nicely but little has been said about how leadership can enable that. How do you take hostility and convert it to empathy. How do you help engineers to become inspired and motivated to learn, share and support? In this talk I’ll provide an overview of leadership theories and the guidelines for applying them in the context of DevOps.

Zwölf Faktoren zum Herrschen über die Cloud

Die „12 Factor App“ (http://12factor.net/) ist eine Sammlung von zwölf recht technischen Richtlinien, die zu einem guten Cloud-fähigen Design einer Anwendung führen. Im Kern soll jedes der zwölf Prinzipien zusätzliche Cloud-Mechanismen ermöglichen, wie z. B. bedarfsgerechte Skalierung oder schnelleres Deployment. Diese Session versucht, die technischen Details vom Geschäftsnutzen her plausibel zu machen. Die neue Perspektive ermöglicht eine Anwendung der Prinzipien z. B. zur Bewertung des Cloud-Nutzens bei der Modernisierung von Altanwendungen.

Hands-on Docker Cluster mit Swarm(Kit)

In diesem Hands-on wird gezeigt, dass das Hands-on vom Juni (in dem wir Docker Swarm/Registrator/Consul behandelten) schon nicht mehr State of the Art ist. Docker liefert seit 1.12 eigene Health-Checks mit. Docker Swarm (jetzt) aka SwarmKit ist Bestandteil von Docker geworden. Mit SwarmKit liefert Docker eine Cluster-Lösung, welche sich anschickt, es mit Kubernetes aufzunehmen und dabei viel leichter aufzusetzen ist. Im Hands-on setzen wir einen „Docker-Cluster“ (SwarmKit) auf und betreiben einige Services. Wie immer bei meinen Hands-ons verbringen wir die meiste Zeit auf dem Terminal. P. S.: Selbstredend werden im Hands-on die aktuellste Version und die neuesten Entwicklungen zum Zeitpunkt des Vortrags behandelt.

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16:45 bis 17:45
Correlations between DevOps and Holacracy

Holacracy and DevOps share a number of desired outcomes and in this talk Helen will explore these in detail – from how to organise teams, distribute authority and promote autonomy, amplify feedback loops and process tensions, continually fund and build a platform for evolution. If you are unfamiliar with the concept of Holacracy this is a great introduction to the subject – Helen will cover where it’s come from, who’s doing it today and how it can be used in a devops transformation to drive cultural change.

Agiles Service Monitoring mit Prometheus (for Fun and Profit)

Im #Neuland gibt es noch heute stark in die Jahre gekommene Host- und Service-Monitoring-Lösungen, die zu den unliebsamen Langzeitbaustellen vieler Teams und Unternehmen gehören. Wer kennt es nicht, dass regelmäßige „False-Positive“-Alarme sich in Form von E-Mails oder SMS lästig bekannt machen, dass Webinterfaces schnell an ihre Grenzen stoßen, dass komplexe und benutzerfreundliche Graphen generiert werden sollen oder dass das Monitoring-Konstrukt nicht mit der großen Zahl an hippen neuen Docker-basierten Services/Checks zurechtkommt. Ganz zu schweigen von den lückenhaften oder fehlenden Programmierschnittstellen vieler Monitoring-Monolithen. In diesem Vortrag möchten wir euch eine auf Prometheus und Kubernetes basierende Musterlösung vorstellen, die eine Webapplikation über verschiedene Metriken hinweg überwacht und das DevOps-Betriebsteam zum richtigen Zeitpunkt auf konkrete Probleme aufmerksam macht. Das komplette Set-up kann online begutachtet werden. Verwendete Configs werden zum Nachbau ebenfalls bereitgestellt.

Why you´re not ready for Containers in Production!

The IT industry continues to move fast, with a shift towards technologies like containers, orchestration and microservices at the top of the agenda. Businesses know that to remain competitive, and prove economic value, they need to have a stake in this new technology landscape. There´s always an urgency to move to the latest, greatest thing, but it's almost impossible to do this, problem free, from day one. This session will cover a migration path from the workloads we recognise today to the flexible IT of the future.

AWS Lambda meets Continuous Delivery

Ein großer Vorteil von AWS Lambda gegenüber anderen Serverless-Diensten ist die gute Integration in die bestehenden AWS-Dienste. So kann beispielsweise auf eingehende E-Mails über den Simple Notification Service (SNS) ebenso reagiert werden, wie auf neu hochgeladene Dateien in S3. Um davon profitieren zu können, müssen Lambda-Funktionen entsprechend konfiguriert werden. Bei Applikationen jenseits der üblichen Beispiele wird dies schnell sehr komplex und fehleranfällig, umso mehr, wenn die Lambda-Funktionen mit AWS API Gateway über HTTP angesprochen werden. Im Vortrag wird am Beispiel einer Single-Page-Applikation gezeigt, wie man in einem Serverless Backend von unterschiedlichen AWS-Diensten profitieren kann und dabei die Konfiguration der unterschiedlichen Lambda-Funktionen und von AWS API Gateway im Griff behält. Mithilfe von CloudFormation, Apex, Serverless oder Terraform kann all das automatisiert und in einen CI-/CD-Prozess integriert werden. Der Vortrag gibt einen Überblick über die unterschiedlichen Möglichkeiten und zeigt konkrete Lösungen.

18:15 bis 19:15
Top five Ways to fail at DevSecOps (or SecOps)

DevSecOps is the next frontier for both cybersecurity and devops, because the philosophical and cultural drivers behind devops are just as salient to the pursuit of holistic cybersecurity that is baked in instead of bolted on. Making security everyone's domain is a necessary realignment of silo's, and since this sort of realignment of incentives is also the key component and enabler of DevOps, these two goals, smoothing the development and deployment pipeline as well as integrating security into your organization and environment, are entirely symbiotic and merging them is natural way to get better at both. In this talk we'll discuss the top five mistakes that prevent teams from achieving DevSecOps.

Ansible für Entwickler

Das automatisierte Konfiguieren von Servern ist dank Orchestrierungswerkzeugen wie Puppet und Chef heute kein Problem mehr. Doch eignen sich diese Werkzeuge wenig für die regelmäßige Softwareverteilung von typischen Java-Artefakten wie WAR-Dateien. Ansible hat dieses Problem erkannt. Es ist ein Werkzeug, das Lösungen für das Konfigurationsmanagement und für die Softwareverteilung aus einer Hand liefert. Dieser Vortrag gibt eine kurze Einführung in Ansible und zeigt, wie sich Ansible von anderen Orchestrierungswerkzeugen unterscheidet. Zusätzlich wird darauf eingegangen, warum Ansible vor allem für Entwickler interessant sein kann. Dabei wird gezeigt, wie Continuous Deployment auch in einer klassischen Unternehmensstruktur umsetzbar ist.

Beyond Deployment: The Effect of DevOps on Operations and Compliance

Listen to enough DevOps conference talks and it all starts to sound like: “deployment, deployment, deployment”. But what happens after deployment? What does DevOps mean for other traditional enterprise operations activities like incident response, problem management, and compliance? In this session, Damon Edwards will be examining what happens when the “go fast” ethos of DevOps inspired delivery teams meets the “be stable, be secure, be compliant” mandate of traditional enterprise operations organizations. Damon will also be identifying DevOps-inspired principles and practices being leveraged by high-performing enterprises who are currently transforming their operations organizations.

Deliver Docker Containers continuously on AWS

With Docker it became easy to start applications locally without installing any dependencies. Even running a local cluster is not a big thing anymore. AWS on the other side offers with ECS a managed container service that states to schedule containers based on resource needs, isolation policies and availability requirements. But what happens between? Is it really that easy? In this talk you’ll see which existing services can already be used to deploy your containers automatically and what still needs to be done to get them running on AWS.

20:00 bis 20:45
Rethink your IoT Strategy with Docker

Docker is a game changer to build, ship and run software. At this year Container also official available on IoT devices. Step into a new dimension when using Docker on low-powered ARM devices which breaks all limits and discover and resolve bottlenecks easily before they hit you in production. Scale down to the bare minimum, speed it up and get ready for a truly massive scale. Let’s start using Docker in your complete software stack to interconnect the Cloud and the future with Billions of IoT devices.

Wednesday - 07. December 2016

09:00 bis 09:45
Present and Future of Containers [Panel]

Container technology is spreading like wildfire in the software world — possibly faster than any other technology before. But what are the key learnings so far? Have the initial assumptions about the way in which containers revolutionize both the development and deployment of software been verified or falsified? What are the key learnings from containers in production? Let’s discuss with a few container experts.

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10:15 bis 11:15
Wie smarte Storage-Architekturen Ihre DevOps Umgebungen optimieren können

Storage-Systeme können mehr sein als Geräte, auf denen wir Daten ablegen. Intelligente und flexible Storage-Systeme können Ihnen dabei helfen, Ihre Entwicklungsprozesse zu verbessern oder Testszenarien zu beschleunigen. In dieser Session werden Sie erfahren, wie Sie mit SolidFire Ihre DevOps-Umgebungen optimieren können.

Listen to your Infrastructure

You can log everything, but if you are offline when a problem appears, your system will be down. The ugly truth is, you are not a 24h parser for your logs. Luckily there are a lot of tools that can help you to resolve this problem: Slack, IRC, email or a real slap. It is not important what you will use but remember this concept. During this talk we will learn how to build a monitoring system based on InfluxDB, a popular time series database and how close the circle with a notification trigger if the system detects an anomaly.

DevOps Kaizen: Empowering Teams to find and fix their own Problems

We all love the aspirational DevOps talks about companies achieving blistering speed and dazzling nimbleness. But improving your own organization’s performance – from where they are now to performance levels equal to the industry leaders – seems like a very long and difficult road. What is missing in most organizations? A repeatable system that empowers teams to find and fix their own problems. This is a prescriptive talk about empowering and transforming organizations using a methodical — and totally reasonable – Kaizen (Continuous Improvement) approach. We’ll look at ways of combining known techniques like value stream mapping, Lean waste analysis, and improvement kata in order to fix organizational, process, and tooling problems. This talk isn’t about mythical silver bullets or vague philosophies. This talk is about taking a fresh look at proven Lean techniques that already work in high-performing IT organizations.

Docker in the non-containerized World

Um das Potenzial agiler Softwareentwicklung voll ausschöpfen zu können, sind neue und vor allem schnellere Methoden der Anwendungsauslieferung nötig. Diese Methoden müssen jedoch auch mit der vorhandenen Infrastruktur integrierbar sein. In diesem Vortrag erfahren Sie, wie Sie Docker mit der „Non-containerized“ Welt verbinden, d. h. verlinken von Applikationen innerhalb und außerhalb von Containern, um einen ganzheitlichen Automatisierungsprozess zu erreichen. Lernen Sie, wie Sie Continuous Delivery selbst für komplexe Applikationen erreichen können. Entdecken Sie die Vorteile einer Einbindung von Docker in den gesamten Bereitstellungs- und Deployment-Prozess, um Transparenz und Übersicht über alle Aktivitäten hinweg zu schaffen.

12:00 bis 13:00
How DevOps propagates through an Organisation

Where does DevOps start? Is it a grassroots movement? Is it bottom-up or top-down or both? Why do we seem to have multiple pockets of DevOps in our organisation? How important is executive support? What does DevOps look like when it’s done? These are questions Helen answers on a daily basis with organisations in various industries and differing sizes all over the globe and probably ones that you’re asking too. In this talk Helen will explore the role of change agents in proliferating DevOps thinking and practices across an organisation and tools and approaches to ensure the right improvements are made, best practice is followed and pivots are successfully undertaken when things don’t go quite as intended.

Windows Server Container and Docker

With Windows Server 2016, Windows learns to speak Docker. In this session, Rainer Stropek, long-time Azure MVP and MS Regional Director, introduces Windows Server Containers. You see how to manage them with PowerShell and the Docker CLI. Additionally, Rainer will demonstrate Dockerfiles with containers on Windows. Note that Rainer assumes for this session that you already have basic knowledge about PowerShell and the Docker CLI.

Docker opens the Doors for IoT

Using Docker containers to develop, test and run applications is well known for Cloud and datacenter environments. In this talk we’re going to introduce you to the principles and specific requirements of using Docker for IoT use cases. We’re looking into the details how to optimize an application for size and easier deployment on small IoT devices.

14:15 bis 14:45
Turning Human Capital into High Performance Organizational Capital

In this presentation we are going to look at how human capital, in the form of culture and behavior patterns, can drive high performance organizations. We will break down three areas to better understand an organization’s culture: Safety Culture, Lean Management and Learning Organizations. We will look at over ten years of research, case studies and DevOps survey data to better understand the break down of what is called the grey area of organizational capital. Learning Outcomes: Help attendees have a better understanding of “DevOps Culture” as it breaks down to three primary areas: Safety Culture – Human Factors and Resilience Engineering (looking at works from authors like Dekker, Cook and Woods). Lean Management – Toyota Production Systems and Toyota Kata ( looking at works from authors like Rother, Spears and Womack). Learning Organizations – Continuous Transformation and Kaizen ( looking at works from authors like Senge and Deming).

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15:00 bis 16:00
Application Monitoring with Application Insights

Application Insights promises application monitoring as a service without you having to write code for it or setting up servers. Sounds too good to be true? In this session, Rainer Stropek, long-time Azure MVP and MS Regional Director, introduces Application Insights based on a series of live demos. Rainer starts with the basics and works his way up to advanced features like analytics and custom dashboards with Power BI.

Wie Cloud-Technologien das Unternehmen verändern

cosee wurde als Firma mit sehr klassischen Strukturen gegründet. Technologisch setzten wir am Anfang sehr stark auf Enterprise-Technologien. Beide Schuhe passten uns nicht, und wir sind daran fast gescheitert. Wir haben unsere Technologien verändert und sind mit unserer Software in die Cloud gewandert. Gleichzeitig änderte sich unsere Unternehmensstruktur hin zu Agilität und Selbstorganisation. Ein Erfahrungsbericht über die Verknüpfung zwischen Technologien und Arbeitsweisen.

Hands-on Docker-Security

Dieser Hands-on-Vortrag wird zum größten Teil auf dem Terminal bestritten. Behandelt werden Capabilities, Seccomp, AppArmor, SELinux, Cgroups sowie User-Namespaces und damit auch Bausteine, aus denen (Docker-)Container gebaut werden, welche zur Absicherung der Container verwendet werden, sowie Bausteine, welche auch jenseits von Containern von Operations verwendet werden sollten. Bei diesem Hands-on lernt und sieht der Zuhörer, wie mit Linux-Bordmitteln (Docker-)Applikationen und Services abgesichert werden.

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The Missing Link: automated external Vendor Package Processing and computable Release Notes

This talk addresses companies coping with external software suppliers who send releases as archives (tgz, zip, etc other formats) holding deployables which need to be customized (app-config-management) and deployed by internal departments ACM/PCM or DevOps. This initial step is hard to automate because it needs an generic approach which has to be agreed by vendor and customer. I present a real world example developed in Zurich Switzerland in a Private Bank by our company. This solution allows a full End-To-End integration and Continuous Delivery of external supplier packages.

16:30 bis 17:30
Highway to Heaven - Building Microservices in the Cloud

Fed up with stop and go in your data center? Why not shift into overdrive and pull into the fast lane? Learn how AutoScout24, the the largest online car marketplace Europe-wide, are building their Autobahn. Reinventing themselves by making a radical transition from monoliths to microservices, from .NET on Windows to Scala on Linux, from datacenter to AWS and from built by devs and run by ops to a devops mindset. While the current stack keeps running, ever more microservices will go live as you listen to stories from the trenches. Key takeaways from this talk include: How to ... become cloud native … evolve the architecture … create “you build it you run it” teams … align with principles.

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The API Lifecycle: Best Practices for the Creation and Continuous Integration/Delivery of secured Web APIs

API Management removes the burden of securing, governing, and engaging API consumers from developers of microservices and traditional applications. This session explores ways to redefine the layers to securely connect microservice APIs or any APIs with your digital eco-system. You will learn how to secure your API, engage with consumers and measure API performance. Finally, we take a look at Continuous Integration and delivery of your API security/engagement/visibility layer and explore lightning fast API creation: Create a model in MongoDB and REST APIs within a few clicks, compose, connect.

Serverless Architecture – Highly scalable Applications without any Servers

For a long time, application server based multi-tier architectures were the backbone of scalable infrastructure. With this architectural pattern it was easy to isolate a component from others. This massively increased the scalability of an application. These days a much simpler pattern called “serverless architecture” becomes more and more popular. In this talk I’ll show how highly scalable application without servers can be build using Amazon API Gateway, AWS Lambda, Amazon S3, and Amazon DynamoDB. Additionally, we will take a look at the Serverless-framework, a command line tool, providing scaffolding, workflow automation and best practices for developing and deploying your serverless architecture.

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Thursday - 08. December 2016

09:00 bis 17:00
Docker Experts Workshop: Rethink IT with Containers

This workshop is a perfect fit for Docker experts; it offers attendees the opportunity to raise questions and problems regarding Docker technologies. The concept of the workshop is open space to leave room for debates about how to solve the problems that go hand in hand with this new technology. The goal of this workshop is to allow attendees to interact with one another and learn from each other – all under the guidance of an experienced moderator. What technical challenges emerge? Have we reaped the benefits of the existing solutions? What experience values do we already have regarding Docker in production? These are some of the questions that will be addressed in the Docker expert workshop. Attendees are required to have basic Docker knowledge. PLEASE NOTE/BITTE BEACHTEN: The Workshops on Thursday will take place in the Westin Grand Munich - next to the Sheraton. Die Workshops am Donnerstag finden im Westin Grand München gleich gegenüber vom Sheraton statt.

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Transformations-Workshop: Handwerkszeug des Architekten der Zukunft

Auf Basis der Case Study LiftUp aus unserem Buch „Business Enterprise Architecture“ entwickeln wir einen Masterplan für die Transformation sowie ein entsprechend bewertetes Transformation-Portfolio. Neue Technologien sind ein wesentlicher Enabler für die Veränderungen. Diese stehen in diesem WS aber nicht im Fokus, sondern die Veränderungen im Unternehmen, um die neuen Technologien für den Geschäftserfolg nutzbar zu machen. An Beispielen werden die Teilnehmer die Werkzeuge des Buchs praktisch anzuwenden lernen und unter anderem ein neues Business-Model, Operating-Model und eine Zielarchitektur entwickeln. Außerdem werden wir ausführlich darüber diskutieren, wie eine Transformation strukturiert und durchgeführt werden kann. Der Workshop wird interaktiv und mit vielen Diskussionen und Übungen gestaltet werden. Die jeweiligen Aspekte werden in kleinen Gruppen erarbeitet und im Plenum mit allen Teilnehmern stetig abgestimmt, sodass am Ende ein ganzheitlicher Entwurf der umsetzbaren Transformation entsteht. Bringen Sie Kreativität und gute Laune mit. PLEASE NOTE/BITTE BEACHTEN: The Workshops on Thursday will take place in the Westin Grand Munich - next to the Sheraton. Die Workshops am Donnerstag finden im Westin Grand München gleich gegenüber vom Sheraton statt.

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