Helsinki 2014 - propose

Selected proposals

See program for proposals that are already selected.

Ways of suggesting talks:

  1. 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.
    Submit a talk
  2. 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
    Submit an ignite
  3. 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

Speaker selection

The selection is done by the complete organization team over a discussion. We take into account comments/remarks 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. Suggest a topic/speaker

Current proposals

Here's list of suggestions that we have received so far. No final selection done yet.

Suggested topics so far:

  1. NN - Immutable infrastructures - suggested by TBD
  2. How to balance between automation and security - suggested by Hannu Piki

Day 1 talks so far:

  1. Story of FAT Tester, running millions of test cases - Mika Karaila
  2. Making processes work for you - Mikko Paukkila
  3. Lean Startup with DevOps Superpowers - Ilari Mäkelä
  4. From great cars to coding – it’s all about the culture - Julius Manni
  5. Behind the scenes of Hello World Open 2014 - Coding World Championships - Teemu Matilainen, Mikko Apo, Juha Paananen
  6. Battle story: devops of a modern website - Niilo Ursin

Day 2 talks so far:

  1. XI: eXtreme Infrastructure - What Can DevOps Learn From XP? - Alex Wilson
  2. Why The Front-End Needs Ops - Tero Parviainen
  3. When the sh!t hits the fan - WebOps disaster survival guide - Avishai Ish-Shalom
  4. When the cloud doesn’t scale - Niko Kurtti
  5. Visualizing Puppet code bases - Andrey Adamovich
  6. Speeding up deployments of large-scale automation systems - Mika Karaila
  7. Riemann and Statsd sitting in a tree - Simão Mata
  8. Migration of Linux Containers - Tycho Andersen
  9. Integration testing of Puppet modules with BATS - Andrey Adamovich
  10. Groovy DevOps in the Cloud - Andrey Adamovich
  11. Enterprise flight into DevOps space - Andrey Adamovich
  12. Docker at Shopify - Niko Kurtti
  13. Developing JVM applications for admins (... JVM applications are evil) - Ken Barber
  14. DevOps is for the Development too - Antti Virtanen
  15. Continuous Delusions - The hard truth about the deployment - Avishai Ish-Shalom
  16. A Log Story - Avishai Ish-Shalom

Ignites so far:

  1. Software Releasing in Agile - Eero Heino
  2. Lean, Agile Development and tools for Portfolio management - Lasse Mikkonen
  3. DevOps is for the Development too - Antti Virtanen
  4. Another brick in the (storage) cluster - Luca Gibelli
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