The next Berlin DevOps meetup will be kindly hosted by Native Instruments!
We'll have 4 talks: two on Continous Integration, a talk on Terraform and collaboration and a lightning talk about SRE.
Using Concourse CI in a highly regulated environment - Jens Herrmann
How we're using Concourse CI in our tech company with a banking license to support our DevOps culture and make auditors happy.
CI as code, Lessons learned - Aaron Walker
Using CI to create code pipelines is well understood. However, when it comes to creating the pipelines, reuse, version control and dependencies can cause problems. This can be overcome by turning all your CI into code, not just the pipeline. Learn real-world scenarios of how to incorporate these techniques into your current CI/CD capabilities
Lightning Talk: System reliability that plant trees - Jason Gwartz
Ecosia.org is the search engine that uses its ad revenue to plant trees. Search engine users have come to expect perfect reliability, which is challenging for a small engineering team. This talk will highlight how SRE practices have helped Ecosia define, measure, and achieve the primary metric - trees planted per second.
Terraform, Collaboration and DevOps - Luke Kysow
In this talk, I'll introduce Terraform by HashiCorp and live demo creating infrastructure with it. I'll discuss the pros and cons of using Terraform to manage your infrastructure. Then I'll cover how to enable collaboration through Terraform. If you're not yet using Terraform, this talk will show you why you should and how to get started. If you are, this talk will teach you how to further enable collaboration in your organization.
6:30pm Doors open
6:55pm Welcome and Host introduction
7:00pm Talk: Using Concourse CI in a highly regulated environment - Jens Herrmann
7:35pm Talk: CI as code, Lessons learned - Aaron Walker
8:10pm Break w/ food & drinks
8:45pm Lightning Talk: System reliability that plant trees - Jason Gwartz
8:50pm Talk: Terraform, Collaboration and DevOps - Luke Kysow
9:25pm Drinks and discussions
10:00pm Doors closed
We like to abide by the Berlin "Code of Conduct" for all our meetups.