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+---
+extension: html
+filter:
+- erb
+- markdown
+dirty: true
+proposal: true
+talk: true
+selected: true
+layout: event
+author: Noah Sussman
+title: "Continuous Improvement"
+---
+**Abstract:**
+
+The past few years have seen a phenomenon of software organizations abandoning traditional release cycles in favor of daily or even hourly deployments. The emergence of a new, rapid software development workflow has raised questions regarding the role of test and QA in a product's life cycle. When there is no QA phase, can there still be QA?
+
+Indeed, as the speed of product development changes, risk must be assessed differently. A monthly release cycle provides time to assure a product is reasonably free of defects. In a rapid release cycle, such assurance is impossible. Quality instead comes to mean assuring that the product is capable of recovering from defects.
+
+I will discuss how software risk mitigation practice changes as the speed of development increases. And I will explore the idea that recovering from failure is a far more pragmatic goal than preventing failure in the first place."
+
+**Speaker:** Noah Sussman, Test Architect at Etsy
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+---
+extension: html
+filter:
+- erb
+- markdown
+dirty: true
+proposal: true
+talk: true
+selected: true
+layout: event
+author: Bev Carleton
+title: "Deploying Software to the Cloud"
+---
+**Abstract:**
+
+Evolution of Salesforce.com:
+
+Web App -> Service -> Platform -> Cloud
+
+Web App to Web Service
+
+* Ad-Hoc nature of our initial deployments.
+* Go with what you know. Or whatever is lying around.
+* Releasing code using a Version Control System
+* Linear vs Distributed Version Control Systems
+* Problems scaling VCS-based deployments with a centralized, linear VCS
+* Inherent overhead of a VCS
+ * Perforce
+ * Git
+
+Becoming a Platform:
+
+* Weird math: 3 Releases a year == 500 Releases a year
+* Feeling the strain of success.
+
+In the Cloud:
+
+* Approaching Zero Downtime deployments.
+* Trust is No. 1
+* Innovation at Scale
+* Moving beyond the VCS:
+ * Packages, bundles artifacts...
+ * Simple, stupid versioning.
+ * Dependencies.
+ * Moving away from VCS/Perforce...
+ * ...without breaking anything.
+ * Migration vs. Disruption
+ * HTTP and REST
+
+Getting faster in the future:
+
+* BitTorrent and beyond...
+
+What kind of team does it take:
+
+* First class problems require first class engineers.
+* *Real* DevOps is a must.
+
+**Speaker:** Bev Carleton, Salesforce - Technology Leadership and Culture Development
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+---
+extension: html
+filter:
+- erb
+- markdown
+dirty: true
+proposal: true
+talk: true
+selected: true
+layout: event
+author: Andrew Phillips
+title: "Devops in controlled environments: how tooling can support separation of concerns in unified teams"
+---
+**Abstract:**
+
+As Devops advocates we want to empower the team to be able to manage the end-to-end lifecycle of our applications: from source code through to environment configuration in production. In many organisations, process frameworks such as ITIL or legal requirements such as SOX impose release management practices based on separation of concerns.
+
+We'll examine practices and tooling from case studies which allow release management to implement separation of concerns and meet audit requirements and still provide flexibility and insight for the Devops team.
+
+**Speaker:** Andrew Phillips
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21 site/content/events/2012-mountainview/proposals/How a BigCo actually got some innovation done/index.txt
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+---
+extension: html
+filter:
+- erb
+- markdown
+dirty: true
+proposal: true
+talk: true
+selected: true
+layout: event
+author: Michael Coté
+title: "How a BigCo actually got some innovation done"
+---
+**Abstract:**
+
+Sometimes it seems like It's near impossible to get anything innovative, interesting done in a large company - it's as if BigCos are goaled to prevent just that. While you can't type a URL without hearing how a Ramen-fueled startup got ground breaking product out the door, you rarely hear about how the other side of the exit lives in Large Company Land. This talk will use the story of Crowbar at Dell to
+ rope out how to get good things done in big technology companies, esp. when it comes to something as BigCo esoteric as DevOps!
+
+I'm amazed when I find a skunk-worked project that's blossomed into a valuable, strategic asset for a company. In the case of Dell and Crowbar, it's even more astonishing: Dell has traditionally been a stone-cold hardware company focused on shipping more boxes each quarter, Crowbar is an open source piece of software whose business model depends on the nuanced dynamics of open platforms strategy. You'd never think these two things would go together. And yet, Crowbar exists and has had amazing success (both externally and internally) in an extremely short time. With the access I have to the ""real story,"" being at Dell now after six years at RedMonk covering tech from the outside, I'll go over lessons learned on getting DevOps and a DevOps product through the Brazil-like pneumatic tubes of a $62.1B company.
+
+**Speaker:** Michael Coté - Dell
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+extension: html
+filter:
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+- markdown
+dirty: true
+proposal: true
+talk: true
+selected: true
+layout: event
+author: Vincent Partington
+title: "WinDevops: Devops tooling and automation in Windows environments"
+---
+**Abstract:**
+
+Most Devops tooling so far has focused on Unix environments, which through SSH have powerful support for remote execution. On Windows the situation is a little bit more complicated, with interactive protocols like RDP long having been the ""standard"" method for remoting.
+In this presentation we will review some of the technologies available for remote execution on Windows, discuss how they play with well-known Devops tools such as Puppet and Vagrant, and examine Overthere, a new open-source JVM library for unified, agentless remote file manipulation and process execution on both Windows and Unix.
+
+**Speaker:** Vincent Partington
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+---
+extension: html
+filter:
+- erb
+- markdown
+dirty: true
+proposal: true
+talk: true
+layout: event
+author: Andrew Phillips
+title: "Panel - Devops and PaaS: alliance or collision course?"
+---
+*Panel discussion*
+
+Public and, increasingly, private and hybrid Platform as a Service offerings are steadily gaining traction in the market. With current PaaS providers saying: "Why would you want to do all the boring work of managing and scaling your infrastructure? Let us solve that problem for you!", how could Devops teams leverage such platforms?
+
+Some questions the panel/discussion could consider:
+
+* Will PaaS simply not make it in an enterprise context?
+* Does it make more sense from a Devops perspective to build and manage a private PaaS on top of an IaaS platform or private cloud, using technologies such as CloudStack, OpenStack or VMware?
+* Will a second generation of PaaS platforms or stacks such as Brooklyn appear that give Devops more influence over configuration, scaling etc.?
+
+_Moderator_: Andrew Phillips
+
+_Panel Members:_
+
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---
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+ { :image => "gmomedia.png", :name => "GMO media", :link => "http://www.gmo-media.jp/"},
{ :image => "enstratus.png", :name => "enStratus", :link => "http://www.enstratus.com/"},
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{ :image => "collabnet.png", :name => "Collabnet", :link => "http://www.collabnet.com"},
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{ :image => "dtosolutions.png", :name => "Dto Solutions", :link => "http://www.dtosolutions.com/"},
+ { :image => "cyberagent.png", :name => "Cyberagent", :link => "http://www.cyberagent.info/"},
+ { :image => "creationline.png", :name => "Creationline", :link => "http://www.creationline.com/"},
]%>
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