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January 2014 Meetup

Come along to the next DevOps Melbourne meetup. Presentations on DevOps culture and collaboration, process, and tool-chain and an opportunity to meet like-minded folk - engineers, s/w developers, managers, everyone.

Specific session details will be announced over the coming weeks.


Ben Turner/Aconex

"Server provisioning with Ansible"

Automatic server creation and Infrastructure as code is becoming more prevalent in development teams. Existing solutions such as Chef and Puppet help manage this, but often with a moderate level of complexity that makes them hard to adopt. In this talk, I will introduce and demonstrate automatically creating a server with Ansible, a less complex but fully functional alternative, giving you a first, simple step into to server provisioning.

Andy Marks/ThoughtWorks

"Microservice architecture and DevOps - does one imply the other?"

Possibly inspired by DevOps wunderkind like Netflix, microservices architectures are becoming a standard approach for constructing software systems.  Composing software solutions using microservices supports more fine grained decisions around items like deployment, scaling and implementation language.  

However, the flexibility inherent in these architectures does not come at zero cost: complexity that would previously be hidden within monolithic single codebase applications is now pushed out into the infrastructure...

The implications of this realisation are far reaching in the context of the DevOps world.

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  • Enno D.

    Good meetup. Content was good. Presenters knew what they were talking about. Venue was also good: central without being too close to the no-parking dead zone, good sized screen with projector, drink prices were good for a city venue too. All in all, great stuff. Will return.

    January 29, 2014

  • Andy H.

    Better than expected. I will return

    January 28, 2014

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