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Berlin DevOps 2018-09
The next Berlin DevOps meetup will be kindly hosted by solarisBank! The Talks: DevOps for databases - Erik Talks about continuous delivery often revolve around code and build artifacts and don't go into detail about databases. In this talk Erik will focus on DevOps principles applied to databases and talk about versioning, tests and staging of database changes. Compliance DevOps - Schlomo How do you enforce compliance, governance and security if everybody is allowed to do anything they want? Learn how to make peace between Dev, Ops and the Company requirements through Continuous Delivery and wide-spread automation. Learn how to provide compliance-by-default instead of long checklists. Introduction to Concourse - Christoph In the last meetup we had a look at using Concourse CI to help enfore compliance in a bank. This time we get a well-rounded introduction to Concourse including core concepts, operations, extension, lessons learned and comparison to other CI solutions. Monitoring with ClickHouse - Ilya GoEuro migrated data storage of their monitoring infrastructure from Whisper-based ecosystem to the Clickhouse column-oriented DBMS and presents the lessons learned. Agenda 18:30 Door opens 18:45 Welcome / Host introduction 18:50 Database DevOps (Erik) 19:25 Compliance DevOps (Schlomo) 20:00 Break w/ Food&Drinks 20:25 Introduction to Concourse (Christoph) 21:00 Monitoring with Clickhouse (Ilya) 21:30 Break / Drinks 22:00 Door closes We like to abide by the Berlin "Code of Conduct" for all our meetups:


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    DevOps is a movement that mainly aims for a better cooperation between operations and development and every part of your company.

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    Wikipedia has also a definition for DevOps: “… It relates to the emerging understanding of the interdependence of development and operations in meeting a business’ goal to producing timely software products and services.”. To solve this interdependence we need to cooperate to produce software, which can be good managed and operated. But on the other hand, that means that good software relays upon good operation practices.

    The group aims to bring Berlin’s system administrators, system engineers, system developers, web operators, software engineers, test engineers, software architects and alike together and create a platform for information and knowledge exchange.

    We concentrate on the following topics: * Achieving better results through cooperation * Operations of IT Systems * “Infrastructure as code” and system automation. * Monitoring systems * Agile methods * Continuous Integration and Deployment * and many more ...

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