Organised by: DevOps Exchange Bournemouth
Date: Thurs 26th November 2020
Time: 17:30 to 19:30
Location: Online event
Join us at the DevOps Exchange November on the 26th of November, with three brilliant DevOps Leaders from around the world...
Joining us from Canada, Developer Advocate and Podcast Host Adam Gordan from Earthly Technologies will pose the unique and intriguing question 'what if dockerfiles and makefiles had a baby...'
Developer Advocate at Mattermost and DevOps Days Buffalo organiser, PJ Hegarty, from New York, providing us with an insight into how to successfully adopt ChatOps, and why it matters.
And long-standing DOX regular Henrique Rodrigues will be showing us what all the fuss is about with rising Terraform alternative, Pulumi. This is Henriques third appearance at the DevOps Exchange!
Read the full agenda and RSVP here to ensure you don't miss out.
This month we'll discuss;
Adam Gordon Bell, Developer Advocate @ Earthly Technologies
'What if dockerfiles and makefiles had a baby...'
In Adam's experience build scripts are often an ugly mix of make files, bash scripts, groovy code, and who knows what else. Adam will share his personal experience of moving to use the open-source earthfile format to improve this mess and walk through migrating an example project.
Adam Gordon Bell has a popular podcast on software development (CoRecursive). He formerly worked on cloud security and container security for Tenable. He is now working on the open-source build tool earthly https://earthly.dev/ and can be found on Twitter @adamgordonbell.
Henrique Rodrigues, Lead DevOps @ Lytt
'Introduction to Pulumi, a hidden gem of infrastructure orchestration'
Nowadays we're spoiled with the variety of orchestration tools available to us, from Ansible to Terraform or CloudFormation. But perhaps there is something better? After using Pulumi for the past couple of months, here's the good, the bad and why you should consider using it.
17 years ago his family held an intervention because he was 'using Linux too much'. It failed. Considering his main system was Gentoo running on PowerPC, they might have had a valid point, though.
PJ Hagerty, Senior Developer Advocate @ Mattermost
'ChatOps When It Matters'
Incident response is one of the key components to running a successful DevOps organization, but only when all the parts work together. ChatOps has often been seen as an important part to Incident Response, but can be much maligned when not used properly. In this talk, we will take a look at how to use your ChatOps tooling to work with your team on Incident Response, how to create an Incident Response Playbook and why that is key to streamlining team activities during an incident, and how integrations can be work with your ChatOps setup to help bring the necessary people together to respond.
PJ is the Senior Developer Advocate at Mattermost and a board member of Open Sourcing Mental Illness (OSMIhelp.org). He is an organizer of DevOps Days Buffalo, CodeDaze, and ElixirDaze. Additionally, PJ is a developer, writer, speaker, and musician. He is known to travel the world speaking about programming and the way people think and interact. He is also known for wearing hats.
RSVP today and we'll see you all next week!
DevOps Exchange events are sponsored by LinuxRecruit - the official recruitment partner for Deliveroo (amongst many others..). Interested in learning more about opportunities with this Tech Unicorn? Take a look: