DevOps is fscked
DevOps has long been the bridge between engineering and operations. While it undoubtedly served its purpose in the trajectory of software engineering, the truth is, it’s no longer relevant.
Thanks to the rise of fully automated platforms such as Kubernetes, and service providers like Codefresh, developers can now reach new levels of autonomy and ownership by consuming cloud services directly. That means no more reliance on a few individuals who hold exclusive knowledge about infrastructure management.
In this talk, we be discussing Productivity Engineering – an emerging trend that aims to reduce cognitive load so that engineers can devote the majority of their attention to delivering value. By carefully choosing which service providers best enable developers, we can reach new levels of productivity.
7:00 pm: Arrival
7:15 pm: Talk followed by a Q&A session
8:00 pm: Networking
9:30 pm: End of the event
As always our Leaders in Tech events are free of charge and drinks and some snacks will be provided.
Founding Partner @ Otternetworks
Andrew began his engineering career developing large-scale supercomputer facilities for scientific projects, including the Large Hadron Collider. He eventually moved towards AWS and worked with various Berlin-based companies as a freelance DevOps Engineer. After a successful tenure as CTO for a marketing firm, Andrew launched Otter Networks, where he and his team develop new methodologies for efficient technology adoption.
Secret Escapes GmbH
About the Host:
Secret Escapes is Europe’s biggest members-only website that runs best-in-market flash sales of luxury hotels and holidays. They operate in 21 countries and offer their members exclusive rates up to 70% off! Founded in 2011, they’ve grown to almost 1,000 employees.
"We’re a diverse and inclusive bunch of individuals from different backgrounds with varied interests.
We love technology and embrace the idea of continuous improvement. In our team everyone’s contributions and ideas matters. We work collaboratively, embrace initiatives like pair programming, and share our awesome brainwaves!
2019 is set to be an exciting year for the tech team. We are gradually bringing in new and exciting technologies as we decompose our Java Grails backend into smaller services, move our frontend to React and Typescript, using a combination of MySQL, Mongo and Redis in our persistence layer, as well as building out our data infrastructure with Airflow and Snowflake."
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