All Day DevOps Event Overview
We are proudly supporting All Day DevOps event which is going to be held on November 12th, 2020. Unlike the last year’s All Day DevOps conference, this track includes CI/CD, Cloud-Native Infrastructure, DevSecOps, Cultural Transformations, and Site Reliability Engineering.
- 180 Speakers
- 6 Keynotes
- 24 Hours
- 130 Countries (and growing)
1. Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery
Continuous delivery is a branch of continuous integration. It concentrates on automating the software delivery process so that teams can quickly and confidently deploy their code to production at any point
Continuous Integration means isolated changes are tested and reported when they are added to a larger code base. The goal of continuous integration is to give rapid feedback so that any defect can be identified and corrected as soon as possible.
2. Modern Infrastructure
Cloud-Native is a software architecture pattern for developing applications using essential cloud computing principles such as scalability, elasticity, and agility. All Day DevOps speakers will talk about automation, and critical steps to treat infrastructure as code. The talk will also include version control and automated testing.
3. Cultural Transformations
Currently, the businesses are changing their way is towards DevOps and significant cultural changes are required that encompass people, processes and technology. Cultural Transformation is a powerful tool for leadership which is used for the increasing role that culture plays into today’s business world.
DevSecOps is a practice of implementing security at every step in the DevOps Lifecycle. According to the traditional method where penetration tests and vulnerability assessment was done after the build, DevSecOps is based on the concept of integrating security assessments and vulnerability tests at each point of the CI/CD pipeline. DevSecOps implements security within the DevOps workflow.
5. Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)
The reliability engineering of sites (SRE, for its acronym in English) is a discipline that incorporates aspects of engineering software and applies to IT operational problems. Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is a discipline that consolidates aspects of software engineering and applies them to resolved IT operation problems.
Some IT leaders see DevOps and agile practices as a means to accomplish their software projects. However, it is a compressed image that makes us miss the profound associations that it entails. DevOps is a distinctive way of thinking about IT and needs a different leadership model.