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The Future of High Performing Teams
ENABLING SECURE DEVELOPMENT AT SPEED AND SCALE
IP EXPO Nordic’s DevOps-focused keynotes, seminars and solutions help you make agile architectures and continuous delivery a reality in your business.
Senior Solutions Architect
Simon Fisher is a Solutions Architect at Chef. Having started off his IT career in development, he has spent the last few of those years helping people improve their DevOps practices through the use of automation. In his spare time he runs a website for people with Type 1 Diabetes in Ruby on Rails. Twitter: @simfish81
DevOps/System Engineer Lead
LINK Mobility GmbH
Karina is a well-known woman in tech, an experienced developer and an international speaker. She has been worked as Developer Lead last 10 years. She has confident communication, leadership skills across different levels, developed through international professional interaction and engagements with representatives of various government institutions or IT companies using agile environment across the world. Her social responsibility and communicative competence are demonstrated in the organization of professional networks, events and conferences. At the same time she gained public speaking skills through frequent academic presentations, workshops and participation as a speaker at IoT and DevOps conferences.
Ilkka Turunen is a Solutions Architect working at Sonatype in Europe and Asia. His background is in software and systems engineering, acting as an architect for several commercial projects. He's helped define everything from the software design to webscale infrastructure architectures and regularly works with companies across the world to understand and improve their software supply chain and continuous delivery pipelines.
Snr. Technical Solutions Engineer
Kevin has been in the IT industry for 19 years. The nature of his work covers a wide range of fields from infrastructure consultancy and architecture, to pre-sales, product management and internal development. Kevin's technical knowledge covers Linux, VMware vSphere, vCloud Director, Azure and, of course, Puppet.
The DevOps area, at IP EXPO Nordic offers DevOps-focused keynotes and seminars with the conference helping you further the vision of agile development in your organisation.
Learn how to bring development and operations teams together to eliminate duplicated effort, increase efficiency and speed up key processes. You can also find out how the latest DevOps solutions and architectures can help you speed up IT deployments and deliver IT agility based on continuous development best practices.
Automation is the Holy Grail for DevOps, promising stable environments and rapid, consistent builds. However, the process of deploying automation that really works can be complicated, especially if you are dealing with a patchwork of legacy technologies. In the DevOps area, industry experts can help you through every step of the automation process, from fully understanding your existing environment and requirements, to selecting the right automation tools and training your staff.
The rise of serverless computing has been noticeable in the last couple of years but how does it affect DevOps teams and can the two go hand in hand. Get the perspective of some of the leading experts in our 2 day DevOps and Serverless programme.
Successfully delivering new releases on a continual basis requires processes that are highly efficient, predictable and sustainable. In the DevOps area, you can fine-tune your Continuous Development strategy based on dynamic, programmable, automated processes.
Being both powerful and flexible, Containers have quickly become an incredibly popular way to run and deploy software applications.