All Day DevOps

Keynote – Modern Secure Infrastructure

Kit Colbert joined VMware in September 2003 (following an internship in 2002) and currently serves as senior vice president and chief technology officer. He is responsible for ensuring VMware’s long-term technology leadership through research and innovation programs, with the primary goal of positively impacting and shaping the future of VMware, its ecosystem, and its customers.

Keynote: Noelle Silver – Keeping the promise of the cloud

Noelle Silver is a multi-award-winning technologist and entrepreneur specializing in conversational AI and Voice Technology, Operationalizing Data Science, and Cloud-Native App Development in the hybrid cloud. She has led teams at NPR, Microsoft, and Amazon. Silver is the founder of AI Leadership Institute, where she mentors and coaches girls and young women to pursue a …

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What you need to know when moving applications from bare-metal to the cloud

Laura Braverman is a Senior Software Engineer for IBM. She has twenty years of experience in the Enterprise Storage industry at IBM and Oracle. She has a breadth of experience ranging from system-level testing to full-stack development to leading software development teams. In her current role, she serves as Scrum Master and developer with the …

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Reducing Trauma in Production with SLOs and Chaos Engineering

Customer experience is a shared responsibility that falls on the shoulders of the entire organization. And hence, while many organizations leave reliability up to the site reliability engineering (SRE) team, reliability needs to be built in from the very beginning and goes beyond just the SRE team, according to Mandi Walls and Julie Gunderson. Mandi …

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ADDO – Food for Thought: A Non-Technical View of DevOps

If I say DevOps, what’s the first thing that pops into your head? While I don’t know what actually came to you, I’d be willing to bet it wasn’t restaurants. Yet, that’s what Chrystina Nguyen will be talking about at this year’s All Day DevOps (ADDO). ADDO is the world’s largest DevOps conference, which will …

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Keynote: Call for Code with the Linux Foundation and Tech for Good

Open-source software is the epitome of tech for good. With the profit motive out of the way and the communal  ownership, open-source software simply serves humanity. But it can even go further than that. Call for Code with the Linux Foundation is a collection of open-source projects that take on the world’s most significant humanitarian …

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The Proper Way to Build Infrastructure Pipelines

IT infrastructure is in the midst of an explosion of complexity. As more tools are created in the cloud, they are simultaneously creating more silos. It essentially comes down to the Jevons Paradox, according to Rob Hirschfeld, CEO and co-founder of RackN. The challenge is that we’re not building the right systems to handle the …

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Lessons from Food Shortage to Netflix: Microservices for the next billion users

Tejas Chopra is a Senior Software Engineer working in the Data Storage Platform team at Netflix. He is responsible for architecting storage solutions to support Netflix Studios and Netflix Streaming Platform. He will be speaking at this year’s All Day DevOps (ADDO), the world’s largest DevOps conference, which will be streaming live for 24 hours …

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