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DevOops is now online. Why it's not just a webinar?
We are interested in talks related to the following topics:
Only mind-blowing talks on the following topics:
Saltstack, Jenkins, Teamcity, Bash, Docker, Perfect Gitflow, Virtualization, Agile.
Each submitted talk will be examined by at least three reviewers from the Program Committee.
The software development manager in Amazon. 13 years in IT. Java development and architecture trainer in Luxoft Training Center.
SRE Teamlead at Booking.com. DevOps follower. Cloud advocate lvl 8. Security addicted lvl 3. Proud daddy lvl 2. Co-host @hangops_ru.
Lead Software Engineer of Development Practices department in NetCracker. Spent more than 7 years working on the edge between Release Engineering, Development and IT. Started with support of existing systems which then evolved to process transformations, new tools in VCS & CI streams and their integrations with other parts of NetCracker's dev ecosystem. Likes Groovy, Jenkins, JUG.ru Group conferences and to make developers happy.
10+ years experience in IT, starting from C/C++ and geophysics and now basically JVM languages/JS and financial services.
Basically, he uses Spring and Netflix ecosystem, but checks out everything that is worth trying on GitHub. He is experimenting with reactive approaches.
He wants to understand not only his apps but also everything around them, thus he is working with all the infrastructure (logs, CI/CD, orchestration) and tests. To sum up, DevOps is our everything.
For 13 years Alexander has been designing, building and supporting high-load systems at e-commerce startups. For a long time he was polishing his skills of quick fire extinguishing in large microservice infrastructure.
For the last 3 years Alexander has been studying Kubernetes internals, its networking and controllers. He has also been developing his own controllers and implementing Kubernetes in production and dev infrastructure at the Ecwid company. Alexander promotes Kotlin as a statically typed language most suitable for writing Kubernetes controllers and for system programming as a whole.
Alexey works at Kontur and builds infrastructure-as-a-service for Kontur's product developers. Alexey's core interests are metrics, alerting, log agregation, service discovery, deploy, hosting and every other tool a developer needs in order to concentrate on features and stop thinking about operations.
Alexey was formerly a team lead at Yandex, bringing Yandex.Taxi backend infrastructure from the ground up to the millionth ride.
Andrei has been working in IT for more than 15 years, for the last 7 years — in KROK. During his career he took part in many custom development projects, mainly e-document flow systems and business processes automatization for several big Russian companies as a senior developer and an architect. At the universities of Moscow, he delivers lectures in development basics with the use of Java technologies. Organizer and leader of Moscow Java developers community.
Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Munich. Sergey worked at Booking.com, Google, Microsoft and Intel. He was a Google Developer Expert on web-technologies, as well as Microsoft MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional).
Sergey has been working in IT for more than 15 years and the last 6 years in Yandex. He has rich experience in server-side development of projects (distance learning, medicine, internet search, containers). The main role in the projects — lead developer. Three years he has been a CEO of company for software development and site reliability engineering. Sergey created Java community in Irkutsk. Now he leads a team in Yandex.Cloud. Current interests: container registry, Docker, k8s, CI/CD.
Andrey is working at JetBrains, he made the infrastructure for server products, for now he's a team lead of infrastructure team. Holds AWS UG meetups. He has been working with AWS since 2012.
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