Past Meetup

You build it, you run it! Challenges of DevOps in product teams

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Regardless of how much we improve as product managers, all of us, together with our teams, have a certain software development cycle that we run by. This is when we start hearing DevOps being mentioned and also applied.
The challenges that teams can face and impact this methodology has on teams is what we will talk about in this edition of ProductTank

The language of the talk: English
Location: trivago N.V.

Agenda

18:30 - 18:50 - Arrival, get to know, snacks
18:50 - 19:00 - Short Intro

19:00 - 19:20 - MORITZ HEIBER - "What is DevOps?"

19:20 - 19:30 - Break & Networking

19:30 - 19:50 - ANDRÉ DUIS - "Error Budget - An objective metric to balance reliability and velocity"

19:50 - 20:00 - Break & Networking

20:00 - 20:20 - CHRISTOF LENG - „Site Reliability Engineering at Google“

20:20 - 21:30 - Networking

More about the speakers:

MORITZ HEIBER - DevOps Birth Assistant @ Thoughtworks
Moritz, a shepherd for clients and their hardware and software projects, has the destiny to help people achieve serenity through using DevOps.

ANDRÉ DUIS - Domain Owner Developer Experience @ METRONOM
André is a domain owner at METRONOM, where he is responsible for developer experience. In this role, he is helping development teams to build better products faster.

CHRISTOF LENG - Senior SRE Software Engineer / Tech Lead Manager at Google
Christof Leng is a senior site reliability engineer at Google where he manages an SRE team for Google's internal developer infrastructure. He holds a PhD in computer science from TU Darmstadt, where he researched distributed systems. Christof has been a postdoc at the International Computer Science Institute and the University of California Berkeley. He served as a vice-president of the German Informatics Society and as the chairman of the German Pirate Party.

W-Lan, beers, non alcoholic drinks and pizzas are available (courtesy of trivago!).

NOTE: Remember to wear the visitor badge you will receive at the entrance of the building :)