Build resilient systems at scale
28–30 October 2015 • Amsterdam, The Netherlands

continuous delivery sessions

17:05–17:45 Friday, 30/10/2015
Julien SIMON (AWS), Antoine Guy (Viadeo)
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Viadeo is the #1 professional social network in France with over 9 million members. In early 2015, we decided to migrate 100% of our physical infrastructure (about 250 servers with a strong backend flavor) to Amazon Web Services. Covering both technical and non-technical topics, this presentation is a real-life account of everything that went right or wrong.
16:00–17:30 Wednesday, 28/10/2015
Michael Brunton-Spall (Bruntonspall Ltd)
As we move towards architectures designed to cope with changing requirements, and eternal services that go live and iterate, how can we manage change in a secure way? How can we possibly build secure systems in this environment?
13:45–14:25 Friday, 30/10/2015
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Find out how adding a robot to your chat channel can increase communication between team members and the tools they use. Featuring Hubot, the friendly open source robot from GitHub.
11:50–12:30 Friday, 30/10/2015
Patrick Debois (Small Town Heroes)
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In the mobile world continuous delivery is rare. A lot has to do with the emerging/changing mobile toolset. In this presentation I want to give: - An overview of the current available toolset to automate almost everything in the delivery process - How to get valuable feedback from production back to the developers - How this relates to DevOps and a better feedback cycle
16:10–16:50 Friday, 30/10/2015
Matteo Figus (OpenTable)
During this talk Iā€™m going to speak about how we tried to approach components at OpenTable. After breaking our monolithic back end into smaller microservices, we tried to break the front end into smaller parts too: we tried to elevate components as services, in order to enable engineers to create and consume them via clear and well-defined contracts and interfaces.
16:10–16:50 Friday, 30/10/2015
Tanay Nagjee (Electric Cloud), Anders Wallgren (Electric Cloud)
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To improve developer productivity and resource utilization ā€“ and to enable enterprise-scale, cross-project visibility and shorter time to market ā€“ many organizations are working to automate and orchestrate the entire tool chain across the end-to-end delivery pipeline. In this session, attendees will learn how a $40 billion company (Huawei) did just that.
13:45–14:25 Friday, 30/10/2015
Mark Heistek (NEEEDLE), Taco Bakker (ING)
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Continuous Delivery did not end as described in the Continuous Delivery book. Key learnings and experiences of implementing Continuous Delivery at scale are shared.