schedule

8 Marzo

Time Track1 Track2 Track3 Track4
9.00-9.30 welcome
Check-in
9.30-9.40 on air
Presentazione
9.45-10.40 on air
Microservices: when, why and how? Lessons learned at Wikimedia
Keynote by Giuseppe Lavagetto
10.40-11.00 enjoy!
Coffee break
11.00-11.40 on air
Putting the Dev back into DevOps, or, creating better software
Michael Coté
Legacy code nel db. Dai 'Ruspant test' a tSQLt.
Giuseppe Carnevali
Big data, not a Big Mess
Giuliano Formato Riccardo Capecchi
t.b.d.
11.40-12.20 on air
End-to-end CI/CD deployments of a containerized application using AWS services.
Massimo Re Ferrè
New Challenges for IT Service Monitoring
Daniele Menon
Scaling Ansible
Andrea Tosatto
12.20-13.00 on air
What we learned as DevOps at OVH
Pierre Zemb Joël Le Corre
Moving a Windows environment to the cloud
Giulio Vian
Testcontainers to the rescue
Roberto Franchini
A come Artefatto
Gianluca Mascolo

Senior System Administrator at Subito.it

13.00-14.15 enjoy!
Lunch
14.15-15.00 on air
A Full Stack Journey to Reach Efficient Container Storage Cloning
Niels de Vos
Team devops: a true story
Roberto Bettazzoni
Ansible & pgbackrest, the dynamic duo
Federico Campoli
Application Services in CI/CD Pipelines, multi-cloud and micro-services environments
Paolo Arcagni

Manager, Systems Engineering Italy & Iberia at F5

15.00-15.45 on air
DevOps in the Cloud: A Story of Three S's
Leon Stigter
A tour of TSDB queries
Aurélien Hebért
Introduzione a Traefik
Giovanni Toraldo
Keep CALM and build Karbon
Simone Di Mambro

Senior System Engineer Italy at Nutanix

15.45-16.30 on air
Ten years of Puppet installations: what now? Lessons learned, sane suggestions, outlook for the future
Alessandro Franceschi
A monitoring solution for a distributed web application
Giulia Naponiello
Scaling Terraform: da Startup a Enterprise
Paolo Tonin
Lavorare con codice legacy non testabile
Andrea Francia
16.30-17.15 on air
Managing incidents in microservices
Serhat Can
Making serverless with servers: offering managed services in the datacenter
Francesco Gualazzi
eBPF powered Distributed Kubernetes performance analysis
Lorenzo Fontana
Programmare Kubernetes: una introduzione alle tecniche per estendere e personalizzare la piattaforma.
Adriano Pezzuto
17.15-18.00 on air
Cloud from outer space Cronache di un sistema in trasformazione
Paolo de Rosa Simone Piunno
Le 7 sfide da affrontare nella migrazione da monolite a miniservizi
Luca Acquaviva Giacomo Fiorini
The curious case of Jupyter notebooks as runbooks
Umberto Nicoletti
Time Track1
9.00-9.30 welcome
Check-in
9.30-9.40 on air
Presentazione
9.45-10.40 on air
Microservices: when, why and how? Lessons learned at Wikimedia
Keynote by Giuseppe Lavagetto
10.40-11.00 enjoy!
Coffee break
11.00-11.40 on air
Putting the Dev back into DevOps, or, creating better software
Michael Coté
11.40-12.20 on air
End-to-end CI/CD deployments of a containerized application using AWS services.
Massimo Re Ferrè
12.20-13.00 on air
What we learned as DevOps at OVH
Pierre Zemb Joël Le Corre
13.00-14.15 enjoy!
Lunch
14.15-15.00 on air
A Full Stack Journey to Reach Efficient Container Storage Cloning
Niels de Vos
15.00-15.45 on air
DevOps in the Cloud: A Story of Three S's
Leon Stigter
15.45-16.30 on air
Ten years of Puppet installations: what now? Lessons learned, sane suggestions, outlook for the future
Alessandro Franceschi
16.30-17.15 on air
Managing incidents in microservices
Serhat Can
17.15-18.00 on air
Cloud from outer space Cronache di un sistema in trasformazione
Paolo de Rosa Simone Piunno
Time Track2
9.00-9.30 welcome
Check-in
9.30-9.40 on air
Presentazione
9.45-10.40 on air
Microservices: when, why and how? Lessons learned at Wikimedia
Keynote by Giuseppe Lavagetto
10.40-11.00 enjoy!
Coffee break
11.00-11.40 on air
Legacy code nel db. Dai 'Ruspant test' a tSQLt
11.40-12.20 on air
New Challenges for IT Service Monitoring
Daniele Menon
12.20-13.00 on air
Moving a Windows environment to the cloud
Giulio Vian
13.00-14.15 enjoy!
Lunch
14.15-15.00 on air
Team devops: a true story
Roberto Bettazzoni
15.00-15.45 on air
A tour of TSDB queries
Aurélien Hebért
15.45-16.30 on air
A monitoring solution for a distributed web application
Giulia Naponiello
16.30-17.15 on air
Making serverless with servers: offering managed services in the datacenter
Francesco Gualazzi
17.15-18.00 on air
Le 7 sfide da affrontare nella migrazione da monolite a miniservizi
Luca Acquaviva Giacomo Fiorini
Time Track3
9.00-9.30 welcome
Check-in
9.30-9.40 on air
Presentazione
9.45-10.40 on air
Microservices: when, why and how? Lessons learned at Wikimedia
Keynote by Giuseppe Lavagetto
10.40-11.00 enjoy!
Coffee break
11.00-11.40 on air
Big data, not a Big Mess
Giuliano Formato Riccardo Capecchi
11.40-12.20 on air
Scaling Ansible
Andrea Tosatto
12.20-13.00 on air
Testcontainers to the rescue
Roberto Franchini
13.00-14.15 enjoy!
Lunch
14.15-15.00 on air
Ansible & pgbackrest, the dynamic duo
Federico Campoli
15.00-15.45 on air
Introduzione a Traefik
Giovanni Toraldo
15.45-16.30 on air
Scaling Terraform: da Startup a Enterprise
Paolo Tonin
16.30-17.15 on air
eBPF powered Distributed Kubernetes performance analysis
Lorenzo Fontana
17.15-18.00 on air
The curious case of Jupyter notebooks as runbooks
Umberto Nicoletti
Time Track4
11.00-12.20 on air
t.b.d.
12.20-13.00 on air
A come Artefatto
Gianluca Mascolo

Senior System Administrator at Subito.it

13.00-14.15 enjoy!
Lunch
14.15-15.00 on air
Application Services in CI/CD Pipelines, multi-cloud and micro-services environments
Paolo Arcagni

Manager, Systems Engineering Italy & Iberia at F5

15.00-15.45 on air
Keep CALM and build Karbon
Simone Di Mambro

Senior System Engineer Italy at Nutanix

15.45-16.30 on air
Lavorare con codice legacy non testabile
Andrea Francia
16.30-17.15 on air
Programmare Kubernetes: una introduzione alle tecniche per estendere e personalizzare la piattaforma.
Adriano Pezzuto

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