Creating a single microservice is a well understood problem. Creating a cluster of load-balanced microservices that are resilient and self-healing is not so easy. Managing that cluster with rollouts and rollbacks, scaling individual services on demand, securely sharing secrets and configuration among services is even harder. Kubernetes, an open-source container management system, can help with this. This talk will start with a simple microservice, containerize it using Docker, and scale it to a cluster of resilient microservices managed by Kubernetes. Along the way, you ‘ll learn what makes Kubernetes a great system for automating deployment, operations and scaling of containerized applications.
Mete Atamel is Developer Advocate at Google, currently focused on helping developers with Google Cloud Platform. As a long-time Java and recent C# developer, I like to compare the two ecosystems. Prior to Google, I worked at Microsoft, Skype, Adobe, EMC and Nokia building apps and services on various web, mobile and cloud platforms. Originally from Cyprus, I currently live in Greenwich, not too far away from the prime meridian.
How can open source Software and safety critical systems work together? DFS GmbH relies on Linux for its core air traffic control systems. We have succesfully managed to standardize a highly reliable, modular operating system and hardware platform at DFS.
In a brief overview we explain the challenges, technical and non-technical ones, we have faced getting to the modular platforms. What approaches did we take and why? Which ones did work out in the long end? We will cover a broad range of aspects ranging from hardware life cycles, application lifecycles, regulations, deployment solutions, user acceptance, cost cutting and testing.
Gerolf Ziegenhain is responsible for the Linux and Hardware Platform at DFS. He is a passionate software engineering manager and holds a PhD in physics.
The session will be an interactive session about discovering the road towards autonomous DevOps teams. It’s not just some technology a new way of working that makes you an Agile organization. An open mind belief and perseverance are crucial to go through a radical transformation. In this session you ‘ll learn how all layers in an organization have to change their way of working if you want to speed up your value creation. It’s not only choosing open frameworks, cloud and new technology that will speed up the organization. It’s the culture and way of working that has to be changed. Within ING we’re working on this for many years. Time after time we improve, and time after time we learn there is so much more to do. We’ll touch on many management instruments that are curcial for us to transform. Some of these are Obeya, Explorer Maps, Visual Feature Planning. During the session there is a possibility to have in-depth discussions.
A coach, manager and facilitator form various DevOps teams within ING. With a constant focus on Continuous Improvement and the focus on autonomous teams Andreas want to improve the organization. With experience on the crossroad of business, IT and organizational transformation Andreas is able to connect all these topics and motivate the teams to deliver what is needed.
As coach he is experience in coaching the DevOps teams and the mangament teams. Scrum, continuous delivery, Obeya are valuable instruments to transform your organization.
Traditional process-scoped monitoring tools struggle in the face of microservices architectures. We show how OpenTracing instrumentation and distributed tracing can provide architecture auto-discovery, contextualized logging, latency optimization, resource usage attribution and much more.
Senior Engineer at Uber Technologies, the tech lead of Jaeger, Uber’s Open Source distributed tracing system, and a co-founder of OpenTracing, a vendor-neutral standard and instrumentation API for distributed tracing.
Why an open source initiative like Ceph found its way into the enterprise storage world.
Traditional storage solutions are expensive and you will probably need a forklift getting it in your datacenter. Meanwhile you have an ever growing demand for storage capacity by adopting new technologies like IoT, video for marketing & surveillance now in HD and expanding user data with the adoption of BYOD and increasing backup requirements.
This demand created the opportunity for Ceph, a Scale-out Software Defined Storage solution, driven by one of the best open source communities worldwide. Standardize on Industry Standard Servers and grow your storage estate at YOUR rate.
In this session we will introduce you to the enterprise adoption of Ceph, demonstrate the OpenATTIC management tool and give you a technical deep dive of Ceph and how erasure coding is improving your level of data protection.
Tom D’Hont is Sales Engineer at SUSE.
Openstack is all about automation. The way to deploy “mini data centers” (hosts/networks/loadbalancers/autoscalegroups) within Openstack is Heat templates. Pieter Jenniskens aims to give an introduction in what they can do and how they work. Starting from a simple setup to deploying a whole cluster with auto-scaling web servers, databases and loadbalancers. It will be some theory, but mostly demo.
Pieter is Sales Engineer at SUSE and Linux Consultant in various roles for 15 years now.
In today’s fast and ‘ continuous development’ – cycle security is forced, but most of the time failing, to keep up with this pace. Security is almost all the time implemented as “hurdle” after releasing which needs to be taken before we can go to production. Being included after the fact means that you have to catch up on design and implementation before you can test for security related issues. By integrating security in the CI/CD pipeline and in our daily work flow it will be involved throughout the whole life cycle of the development of a feature and thus security can and will be involved from inception of a feature.
Arjan Gelderblom is Software Engineer at First8.
Modern developer tools are able to integrate the entire development flow, from idea (issue traking, chat) all the way to production and monitoring. This allows for a novel way of building software. Rather than traditional agile processes such as scrum that have significant overhead, developers and stakeholders can now collaborate at every step of development. In this session I’ll go into what conversational development is, how you can get started and what it means for software development in the near future, in particular for open development.
Coming from neuroscience, Job went head-first into tech by starting a start-up, later working on Dutch IT infrastructure and eventually joining GitLab. At GitLab he’s done everything from support, engineering to marketing, but ended up leading the direction of its products as VP of Product. In his free time, Job like to build small, useful apps and play (board) games.
In your move to the cloud, you’ll take open source with you. It’s the natural thing to do: your datacenter already largely runs on open source, and we all know open source is the principal innovator these days.
Sifting through the enormous amount of open source projects that scream for developer attention and end users to find the one you need, however, is not an easy task. How do you separate the wheat from the chaff? And why does it matter?
Maxim Burgerhout is a firm believer in the concepts of open source and open society. He has worked in IT full-time for over a decade, but has been involved in open source for much longer. He installed his first copy of Red Hat Linux while working at Leiden University back in the 90s and has been submitting patches since 2003. Maxim works for Red Hat in the Cloud Solution Architecture team in the Benelux, and is a regular speaker at events, both in the Netherlands as well as abroad. He is a guest blogger at the Red Hat Satellite blog, and maintains a personal YouTube channel and blog about the Red Hat management portfolio at 100things.wzzrd.com.
Open Source” and “Cloud” are familiar topics in our world. Both topics drive a lot of discussions, there are different opinions, many point of views and even contradictions. This session will focus on several Open Source communities and how they combined bring the next evolution in Cloud.
We will discuss how virtualization / containers, automation, integration, and management projects together bring value to your business environment.
Get an idea of how Red Hat looks at Open Source and Cloud developments.
Containers. Docker. The technology that is being talked about everywhere and where organisations all over want to start working with. However, a lot of things are still uncertain and undecided. Which technologies will stand the test of time and which ones will disappear? Kubernetes, Swarm or even another technology?
So, choosing a platform that helps you roll out a container environment is critical and needs to match the goals of your organisation.
In this session we compare the different container platforms, tell you about pro’s and cons, how to choose and most of all, show you one of these platforms during an extensive live demo: Rancher.
Nils & Nathan are both Linux & Open Source Engineers at Kangaroot. They always strive to implement the most future proof & cost-efficient solutions where innovation & creativity stay key.
This talk gives an overview of how public administrations in the European Union are embracing free and Open Source Software solutions. The presentation will present high-level actions that can be taken by public administrations and stakeholders to increase their uptake of free and Open Source Software. The talk outlines the major results of the European Commission’s Open Source Observatory and Repository (OSOR.eu) project. The OSOR project aggregates news and studies on European public administrations that jointly develop, share and re-use such software solutions.
Gijs is the news editor for the European Commission’s Open Source Observatory & Repository (osor.eu), part of Joinup.ec.Europa.eu. OSOR & Joinup are projects by the European Commission on the sharing reuse of software, by public administrations across Europa.
Tamas Erkelens works for the Municipality of Amsterdam as Program Manager of Data Innovation. He aims to create extra societal value using data analytics, bringing together people and opportunities.
Previously, Tamas – graduated with honors as Research Master of Quantitative Social Sciences – has worked for ING building bridges between business and ICT. With a background in academia and the private sector, he aims to open Amsterdam to partners solving urban challenges. Tamas Erkelens is in his spare time a co-founder of Data Mission, a foundation connecting big data analysts to Mission driven organizations.
“Change or Die” you may hear it everywhere. Transformations of IT-organizations is an actual topic. There are many reasons to transform the organization, for example: introducing out- or insourcing, Agile and/or DevOps or Open Source.
If you only want to transform (without innovating), you ‘ll see: it’s not easy. The traditional top-down approach doesn’t work anymore. Transformations imposed from above, leads to rejection on the work floor. On the other side, employees do have several ideas about how to improve the organization. Jan brings these two movements together.
From the Open Source world, we’ve learned that working with and in communities does work well. Based on this success, we have (as an Advanced Business Partner of Red Hat) developed together with Red Hat, the “Community Driven Transformation (CDT)”. CDT has a diversity of components of the Open Organization of Red Hat, supplemented with experiences from the Communities of Practice.
Focus on creating the right setting and the balance search between “democracy” and “dictatorship” are just two examples to the key to succes.
Jan is an excellent speaker. His style is full of energie and enthusiasm. Jan is familiar with concepts like Agile management and DevOps for many years now. He inspires organizations to start work with these concepts and he helps them with the implemetations. Jan is working as a managing Consultant at HCS-Company.
As a result of a exponential grow of global population and a decline of agricultural land the coming decades , there is a big need to get more return out of the available agricultural land.
This talk is a deep dive into how Soilcares farmers can get an entrance to a source of information, which can help them to augment their revenues. The data is collected via machines and sensors , which measure the state of the ground and the crops.
Furthermore, this session gives an overview about how Xsed with the help of Talend Open Source ESB, has created a middleware collection system that processes and saves information flows for data analysis.
Wouter is working at the ICT-department. He is always looking for creative and innovative solutions. Previous years he established a software, which provides farmers information about the state of their ground.
The Dutch government is consolidating its national datacenters, reducing from 60+ to four locations. Initial focused on co-location ODC-Noord also wanted to offer hosting services and started to lay down the foundations for the Dutch government cloud (rijkscloud). With the help of the other ODC locations we aim to implement a multi-region cloud.
In this presentation I will give a short introduction of ODC-Noord and its implementation of the Dutch government cloud, who currently used it for production and current size.
The second part of the presentation will be about the role of open source in the implementation of the Dutch government cloud, not only as consumer but also our knowledge sharing goals, sharing our implementation across government ministries and our plans for contributing back to various communities and open source.
In the last part I will cover our software stack, our architecture and how the components interact with each other. I will also talk about some cloud tenants who primarily run open source software but also some cloud tenants who primarily run proprietary enterprise software and use old enterprise architectures.
Onno Ebbinge is technical architect at ODC-Noord and open source advocate.
Business Level overview – Interactive workshop – Open Future
Technical intermediate – Technical session – Open Cloud
Business Level Overview – Unconference – Open Enterprise
Technical beginner – Technical session – Open Data
Business Level Overview – Open Data
Technical Intermediate- Technical Session – Open Development
Technical Intermediate – Technical Session – Open Cloud
Business Level Overview – Interactive workshop – Open Development
Business level overview – Open Data
Business Level Overview – Technical Session – Open Development
Business Level Overview – Technical Session – Open Development
Business Level Overview – Technical Session – Open Development
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