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- DevOps Starts by Knowing Your Numbers
Anne Hungate, President, Daring Systems
- How to Build a Healthy On-Call Culture
Serhat Can, Technical Evangelist, Atlassian
- Can DevOps and ITSM be BFFs?
Ian Buchanan, Developer Partisan, Atlassian
Paul Buffington, Principal Solution Engineer, Atlassian
- DevOps vs. Compliance: A Guide to Having it All
Guy Herbert, Head of IT Risk and Compliance, Atlassian
- How to Power Continuous Deployment at Any Scale with Atlassian
Matt Shelton, Sr. Technical Account Manager, Atlassian
- How to Develop, Track, and Release Like a Boss Using Atlassian Tools
Sreenath Gopal, Technical Architect, Hitachi Vantara
- Enable DevSecOps using Jira Software
Mostofa Rahman, BNY Head of developer efficiency Group, The Bank of New York Mellon
Saurabh Gupta, Atlassian Tools Developer, Addteq
- Your Journey to Cloud-Native Begins with DevOps, Microservices, and Containers
Mike Maheu, Senior Vice President, Go2Group Inc
- Seven Sequential Steps for DevOps Success
Chris Wellington, CEO, IntegrationQA
DevOps Starts by Knowing Your Numbers
If you want your DevOps initiative to take off, be prepared to provide some metrics! IT organizations that can't quantify their risk factors and exposure are likely to make investments in DevOps where it doesn’t matter. After working with several teams that lost their support for DevOps after making automation investments in areas that weren't important, Anne Hungate's “Know Your Numbers” model emerged. Join Anne to learn how to prioritize your DevOps improvements and demonstrate the impact and value you are delivering. After all, DevOps gets better traction when teams can show the business impact of doing it. You'll discover the five key questions you need to answer in order to show that DevOps matters, and leave with seven actions you can start taking as soon as you get back to your desk.
How to Build a Healthy On-Call Culture
Raise your hand if you enjoy being buried in alerts or woken up at 2am? (Yeah... thought so.) Ever-rising customer expectations around high availability and performance put massive pressure on the teams who develop and support SaaS products. And teams are literally losing sleep over it.
Until outages and other incidents are a thing of the past, organizations need to invest in a way of dealing with them that won't lead to burn-out. In this session, you'll learn how to combine the latest tooling with DevOps practices in the pursuit of a sustainable incident response workflow. It's all about transparency, actionable alerts, resilience, and learning from each incident.
Can DevOps and ITSM be BFFs?
Doesn’t it feel like ITSM and DevOps represent completely different approaches? ITSM has the baggage of slow and tedious ITIL-inspired processes. On the other hand, DevOps’ obsession with automation makes some organizations skeptical about whether it would really work for them. So which one is better?
The new ITIL 4 framework attempts to bridge this gap with new principles. And (spoiler alert!) DevOps is more about culture than automation. Before you reach for Atlassian or 3rd party products, you owe it to yourself to get grounded in the cultural aspects of managing enterprise IT. Join this session with two of Atlassian’s IT and DevOps experts to learn 5 practical recommendations for high-velocity IT teams, inspired by a blend of DevOps and ITIL 4 practices.
DevOps vs. Compliance: A Guide to Having it All
Atlassian product teams use a blend of agile and DevOps practices. But there are still SOX and ISO compliance standards to meet when it comes to change management. What's a modern dev team to do? Join Guy Herbert, Atlassian's IT compliance lead as he shows how we combine peer review and build testing with a new approach to compliance in order to deliver customer value quickly while meeting our compliance obligations.
How to Power Continuous Deployment at Any Scale with Atlassian
No two companies' build pipelines are alike. Some are cloud-first and some work entirely behind the firewall. In each type of organization, and in all of those in-between, there is a need to efficiently scale up and out their continuous delivery infrastructure as the organization matures.
Technical Account Managers (TAMs) like Matt Shelton work with loads of enterprise customers and get a birds'-eye view of the myriad challenges they face. Join him for a discussion of scaling continuous delivery while balancing the demands of risk and compliance against the pressures of a shrinking time to market. He'll show how products like Bamboo, Bitbucket Pipelines, and per-build containers align best with different organizational needs in the pursuit of DevOps perfection.
How to Develop, Track, and Release Like a Boss Using Atlassian Tools
In 2015, Hitachi Vantara, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd., was using a traditional development approach for their internal IT front office application and releasing only every 2-3 months. But that just wouldn't cut it. The application, built on the Salesforce platform, was simply too important. When they moved to agile, the team realized they'd need to level up on communication, collaboration, and workflow automation. Intimidated, yet determined, Hitachi Vantara turned to Atlassian's cloud-based tools: Jira and Confluence for planning, tracking, and documentation; Bitbucket for collaborating on source code; Bitbucket Pipelines for continuous delivery; and the whole host of native integrations to tie it all together. This is the story of how they did it, and the results they achieved.
Enable DevSecOps using Jira Software
In this session, you will learn how BNY Mellon is tackling the challenges of DevSecOps at scale by unifying static/dynamic source code scanning, audit and risk analysis tools into a unified workflow by using Jira Software.
BNY Mellon’s ability to generate reports from multiple sources had become a time consuming manual process. Jira Software demonstrated the ability to deliver efficiency at reporting and became the solution for tracking security aspects of the SDLC process.
Your Journey to Cloud-Native Begins with DevOps, Microservices, and Containers
Everyone is excited about cloud-native applications. And for good reason! They're scalable, resilient, portable across cloud environments, and make it easier to incorporate customer feedback quickly. But there's a catch: cloud-native applications fundamentally change the way you provision, deploy, and manage your infrastructure.
That's where DevOps, microservices, and containers come in. This session will show you how to combine them to create a highly-automated continuous delivery platform. By streamlining the process to resemble factory assembly lines, you can adapt quickly to market changes and keep your customers happy – without burning your team out.
Seven Sequential Steps for DevOps Success
Getting a DevOps transformation right is a bit like solving an algebra problem: the order of operations matters. Chris Wellington knows this from experience. He was part of DevOps initiatives at two Australian government departments, and while their journeys began in wildly different places, their paths to success were strikingly similar.
Join Chris in this session to learn about the importance of sequencing. From breaking down internal silos to coordinating improvements across teams to preparing an executive highlight reel that showcases your progress, you'll get a step-by-step guide to successful DevOps adoption.
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