Don't take anything for granted
Submissions are closed. Have a look at the program.
Over the five years, we've come a long way: we get a lot of submissions that are refinements and/or testimonials of the traditional devops topics: infrastructure as code, kanban, large enterprise, continuous delivery ... Obviously we value these topics very much. But, this would not be the anniversary edition, if we want to give this a new twist: we want you to expand yours and other people's minds by suggesting speakers/topics are not traditionally suggested. We especially welcome suggestions with relation to other scientific fields.
In short blow our brains aways by suggesting something radically new.
Besides the suggest a speaker/topic we also have the traditional ways to propose a session:
- A proposal for a talk/panel during the conference part : these are 30 minute slots that will have all people's full attention as everybody will be in that one room.
- An Ignite talk that will be presented during the Ignite sessions: these are 5 minutes slots with slides changing every 15 seconds (20 slides total) also presented to all attendees in one room
- Openspace session : even without a prepared presentation we welcome the discussion and interaction by having people propose a session on the fly during the openspace opening. Check the openspace format for more information
The selection is done by the complete organization team over a discussion.
We take into account comments/remarkts done at the bottom of each proposal.
Once selection is done, we will notify both selected and non selected speakers.
Optionally we will tell people they are a runner up or ask them to propose the same subject as an Ignite talk.
Suggest a speaker, topic
Come on, don't be shy. We know you've always wanted a person to give their own view on a specific subject.
Now's your chance and we might make it happen.
Suggestions so far:
- Martin Parker: Organizational Culture and Identity: Unity and Division at Work - suggested by Brice Figureau
- Ken Baskin - Author of Corporate DNA - suggested by Brice Figureau
- How to Run a Post-Mortem With Humans (Not Robots) - suggested by Tim Brown
- Henry Mintzberg - author of The Structuring of Organizations - suggested by Niek Bartholomeus
- Elisa Mattarelli - researcher of Remote Virtual Teams - suggested by Brice Figureau
Talks so far:
- Why you can't buy DevOps in a box - Dustin Whittle
- Why open source is to free software what automation is to devops - Jonathan Clarke
- The elephant in the room - how do I actually attract, build and retain my DevOps team? - Tony Chapman
- The Self-Steering Organization: From Cybernetics to DevOps and Beyond - Jeff Sussna
- The Death of Devops: A Premortem - Dave Zwieback
- The Cognitive Neuroscience of Empathy: You're a DevOps Natural - Dave Mangot
- Tackling Performance, Debugging and Development in Agile Production Environments - Theo Schlossnagle
- Simple Solutions Should be your Strategy - Jan-Joost Bouwman & Robin Teurlings
- Security, Logs and the ELK Stack - Kurt Hurtado
- SDN, not just for big greenfield networks - Frank Louwers
- Running a fully self-organizing/self-managing team (or company) - Dave Zwieback
- Repository as an deployment artifact - Inny So
- Quantifying the value of DevOps - Dustin Whittle
- Perfect is the enemy of good - Michael Brunton-Spall
- NetDevOps: No Compromises - John Deatherage
- Mesos: Your datacenter as one computer - Nils De Moor
- Let's get serious about culture - Kevin Behr
- Keeping your team in shape and minimize silos as your team grows - Bastian Widmer
- Innovating at speed with Devops - Eric Cattoir
- In tests we trust - Seb Rose
- ITIL and DevOps, straight from the horse's mouth - Karu Kaimar
- IT Operations - Delivering successful transformation in a DevOps World - Volker Will
- Governing the commons of DevOps - Sandy Flath
- From Strategy to Deployment... and everything in between - Marcelo Ancelmo
- Faster Releases - Automated Tests Are Your First Line Of Defense - Emanuil Slavov
- Engineering Ethos - Khushil Dep
- Docker in Production: Successes and Pitfalls - Aaron Huslage
- Devops patterns using the Pattern Language - Daniel Cukier
- [email protected] - Lessons from the Trenches - Marcelo Ancelmo
- DevOps: A local optimization - Andrew Clay Shafer
- DevOps, The Next Five Years - Chris Jackson
- DevOps – the next phase for new adopters - Heather Mickman
- DevOps and the Database - Is this a Tale of the Forgotten Service? - Chip Childers
- DevOps - Practices, Techniques and Tools for Continuous Delivery - Marcelo Ancelmo
- Configuration Management in a Distributed World - David Lutterkort
- Cognitive Biases in Tech: Awareness of our own bugs in decision making - Nigel Kersten
- ChatOps: Practices, Patterns, and Antipatterns - Eric Sigler
- ChatOps: A trojan horse to sneak DevOps ideas into other parts of your organization - Eric Sigler
- Ceci n'est pas #devops - Bridget Kromhout
- Building Top-Down Support for DevOps - Andi Mann
- Automation with Humans in Mind: Making Complex Systems Predictable, Reliable and Humane - Brian Troutwine
- Automating OpenStack In The Microsoft World - Don Schenk
- 5 years of metrics and monitoring - Lindsay Holmwood
- "DevOps" in a Post-DevOps World - J. Paul Reed
Ignites so far:
- The ultimate DevOps test - Marta Paciorkowska
- The Art of Cooking – Grandma’s DevOps practices – or how to compete with her in your environment - Sandy Flath
- Repository as an deployment artifact - Inny So
- Introducing ncf: an intuitive and powerful configuration language - Jonathan Clarke
- Devops Weekly, the first 200 issues - Gareth Rushgrove
- Are you passionate? - Seb Rose