DevOps India Summit 2019 (DOIS19) is a platform provided by Xellentro in India to meet and learn from the top technology and business leaders from across the globe for two days of immersive learning.
Experience the DevOps journey from these leaders who are helping to drive this transformation in organizations of various sizes at various geography.
Share your own experience, insights, challenges and how you have overcome these as practitioners and SMEs in DevOps, and get to discuss and get tips from the leaders of DevOps from various parts of the world.
DOIS19 is a place to meet up with the top leaders and practitioners, authors and founders of DevOps and hear about their transformation.
On the first day, Aug. 31, there will be various workshops on the following:
- Full-day workshop on DevOps by Rosalind Radcliffe.
- Full-day workshop on Microsoft Azure by Microsoft.
- Half-day workshop on Value Stream Management by Phil Hombledal of Collabnet.
- Half-day workshop on Microservices on Cloud by Shaun Norris and Ananda Bose of pivotal.io.
- Half-day workshop on Cloud Native by Aymen El Amri.
- Half-day workshop on CI/CD on Cloud by Marc Hornbeek.
On day two of DOIS19, Sept. 1, speakers will have presentations all day. During the breaks you will be able to have interesting discussions while having your coffee or lunch at the Lightning Talk booths. There will also be a one-hour panel discussion with some of the eminent speakers you will be hearing throughout the day.
- Title Sponsor – Microsoft Azure
- Platinum Sponsor – IBM
- Gold Sponsor – Collabnet VersionOne
- Gold Sponsor – Publicis Sapient
- Gold Sponsor – Infosys
- Gold Sponsor – Axelos
- DevOps Institute
This year we have four keynotes from some of the most famous DevOps leaders and practitioners. You will be able to learn from DevOps experts, including:
- Tapabrata Pal, senior director and senior engineering fellow at Capital One. His topic is “Cloud, Culture and Continuous Everything–Build your own DevOps.” Pal will share some of his key learnings along the journey. He will describe how cloud technologies and DevOps culture have played the most critical roles in the transformation. He will also make a case as to why he believes there is no prescribed way of doing DevOps and how one should think about Building Your Own DevOps (BYOD) focusing on continuous everything.
- Sanjeev Sharma, vice president global practice director, data modernization at Delphix. His session, “Is Data Friction Putting a Crimp in Your CI/CD Flow?” will go into client-tested and proven methods and practices to address data friction in the CI/CD pipeline, and show how to bring secure, compliant data on demand to practitioners and achieve CI/CD flow.
- Rosalind Radcliffe, chief architect for DevOps for enterprise systems at IBM. Her topic is “DevOps Best Practices for Enterprises.” Radcliffe will discuss best practices and the transition to a DevOps mindset, focused on reducing waste and delivering value.
- Gary Gruver, president at Gruver Consulting LLC. His topic is “Engineering the Digital Transformation.” Businesses implement the latest Agile and DevOps practices from the software industry, hoping that simply doing so will provide the required improvements. Gary talks about his new book. This book focuses on high-level principles for engineering improvements, leveraging as much as possible from manufacturing, and modifies them to address the unique characteristics and capabilities of software.
- Shaun Norris, field CIO, APJ, Pivotal.io. Will be talking about how a PaaS platform can remove a number of ops pain points.
- Marc Hornbeek, principal consultant DevOps at Trace3 and DevOps Author. “DevOps in the Cloud from Chaos to Continuous Improvement…and Beyond.”
- Matt Hogstrom, chief architect of IBM Z Systems Management. His session is “Service Management and DevOps in Cloud Environment.”
- Daniel Oh, principal technical product marketing manager at Red Hat, South Korea. He will talk on “Quarkus brings Serverless to Java Developers.”
- Aymen El Amri, founder of Eralabs and DevOpsLinks, tech author, Entrepreneur. His session will be “Designing Cloud Native Applications: The Best Practices.” Moving to the cloud without being cloud native is a waste of time and resources. In this talk we will discover the cloud native approach and the best practices to implement it.
- Naresh Choudhary, vice president, Infosys. His session is “Platform Approach to DevSecOps.”
- Dheeraj Nayal, ambassador, DevOps Institute. His session will be “Multi-Dimensional Professionals Powering Cloud and DevOps Adoption.”
- Mohammad Wasim, Publicis Sapient. His session is “Headwind or Tailwind.”
There are many other speakers from Paper Submissions:
- Divya Vaishnavi, Microsoft – “Seven Habits of Effective DevOps.”
- BMK Lakshminarayanan, Bank of New Zealand – “Cloud Confusion, DevOps Dilemma, Microservice Madness.”
- Archana Joshi, L&T Infotech – “Harness the Power of 3 DevOps, Cloud and AI.”
- Prabhakaran Sivaguru, Netfoundry – “Universal Service Fabrics Will Unleash Developer Innovation While Being Secure-by-Design.”
- Sakina Shaikh, Digite – “Our Journey of Implementing DataOps Pipeline Using Apache Nifi, Kafka, Spark and ELK for Monitoring.”
- Saurabh Gupta, DigitalOcean – The session will cover the best security practices to be followed while designing and implementing Kubernetes within an organization.
- Mohammed Wasim Shahpuri, Infosys – “Implementing Collaborative Security Model Using DevSecOps.”
- Ashwini Lakshmikantha, Oracle – “Culture of the Enterprise-Optimize your DevOps with AI and ML.”
- Sarat Dara, Intellect Design – “Intellect Design on Cloud Native Application Development.”
Finally, I will also have a session on “Service Management and DevOps in Cloud Environment.”
We hope to see all the practitioners from India present both days for DOIS19 and immerse themselves in the knowledge and experience, sharing with speakers and participants from all over the world.