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+author: Cliff Moon
+title: "House, Ops Engineer"
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+**Abstract:**
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+"What good is a doctor whose patients are all dead? IT Operations is stuck in a folklore based approach to its craft. Too many operational organizations are oriented towards a post-mortem approach to systems operations. Experience gained from post-mortems is rarely verified with any scientific rigor, and is often only applied in the narrow confines of avoiding the exact same failure scenario. This attitude of incuriosity, fire-fighting and cloistered knowledge does nothing to advance the state of the art. For the vast majority of human history, the practice of medicine was stuck in this same state. What were the cultural and technical factors that spurred the advancement from folklore into modern medicine? Can some of these same principles be applied to advance the state of the art for IT Operations? How do we go from being witchdoctors to House, MD?"
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+**Speaker:** Cliff Moon
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+author: Stephen Burton
+title: "What can DevOps learn from Formula 1?"
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+**Abstract:**
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+Both Formula 1 and DevOps teams are driven by innovation, technology, agile mindsets and money. However, when it comes to managing change, Formula 1 teams excel in being agile to deliver superior levels of performance and reliability. In comparison, DevOps teams strive to deliver innovative applications for the business, but more often that not struggle to make them fast or reliable once they are deployed in live environments. This session takes a look at how the people, processes, collaboration and tools behind a Formula 1 team can inform how we approach DevOps, and how DevOps teams can better manage the performance and reliability of their applications throughout the application lifecycle.
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+**Speaker:** Stephen Burton, Tech Evangelist - AppDynamics
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+author: James Wickett
+title: "Putting Rugged into your DevOps toolchain"
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+**Abstract:**
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+Security is part of DevOps however security tools are inadequate for putting into your continuous deploy and integration toolchain. Rugged (ruggedsoftware.org) is a new holistic approach on security where secure code is defined as code that is resilient, scalable, and long-running. This talk will discuss various approaches to achieving ruggedness using tools like cucumber and gauntlt (https://github.com/thegauntlet/gauntlt) and some ideas on how to get started implementing Rugged into your DevOps toolchain.
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+**Proposer:** James Wickett

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