Gerrit DevOps Analytics & git auto-magic!


PLEASE NOTE: The meetup will be held at CodeNode who require you to registration on their site as well:

* Gerrit DevOps Analytics by Luca Milanesio & Cesare San Martino
Git commits, reviews and the associated downstream CI/CD builds contain precious information that can be harvested and leveraged to speed up the DevOps lifecycle.

See in live demo how to extract in bulk the information from all those events, and leverage them with clear and useful dashboards to analyze where the project is going, who the major contributors and players are and how they work with each other.

Luca Milanesio is the co-founder of GerritForge and has more than 25 years of software development and application lifecycle management experience. He was one of the first contributors to Jenkins CI and maintainer of the Gerrit Code Review Open Source project. He has fueled innovation worldwide in large enterprises by improving their CI/CD pipeline and overall DevOps lifecycle.

Cesare San Martino has several decades of experience in the industry where he has covered positions in Marketing and Product Management for many large SW vendors. He still consults to large organizations on the topic of Application Security.

* git auto-magic! by Adam Spiers
Adam shares tools he developed to cope with various workflow challenges such as:
* automatic analysis and visualisation of dependencies between commits
* explode a single branch into independent topic branches
* more exotic branch surgery

Adam Spiers has been a passionate supporter and developer of FLOSS
since 1995, with a particular interest in automation and
orchestration. He holds a degree in Mathematics and Computation from Oxford University, and currently lives and works in London, UK. He is currently a Senior Software Engineer at SUSE, focusing on
OpenStack and Crowbar, and leads SUSE's architectural work on high
availability within OpenStack. He maintains GNU Stow, contributes
regularly to many FLOSS projects, and has written several tools for
automating higher-level git development workflows.

* Q&A with our Git and libgit2 contributors
Bring your questions along and ask our panel of Git and libgit2 contributors! We will have about 15 minutes of Q&A at the end of the evening.