Attend the most awaited Conference of 2018 in Istanbul

that brings development and operations together!

Sep 20, 2018

Early Bird Tickets (Limited)

€49

All days entry pass for all events.

Standard Tickets

€99

All days entry pass for all events.

Late Bird Tickets (Unlimited)

€499

All days entry pass for all events.

Get Tickets

Welcome to the DevOpsDays Istanbul 2018!
Here is the link for DevOpsDays Istanbul 2016
Here is the link for DevOpsDays Istanbul 2017

The Conference will be held at Radisson Blu Hotel on September 20, 2018. Feel invited for one day full of substantive lectures from the DevOps field. We invite everyone to participate.

About DevOpsDays

DevOpsDays is a technical conference, aimed at developers, sysadmins and anyone else involved in technology, whether expert or beginner. The person behind the idea of DevOps is Patrick Debois, who came up with this method of improving the code and cooperation.

The term "DevOps" was popularized thanks to a series of "DevOpsDays" conferences. The first edition of this Conference was held in Belgium in 2009. Since then, DevOpsDays conferences have spread across the globe. All conferences run on a similar formula and are divided into three elements:

Buy Early Bird Tickets

Super cool discounts if you purchase early bird tickets now. Limited tickets available with some awesome perks and goodies! Register now!

Great Speakers

Many great speakers with interesting talk subjects. Meet the speakers here!

People around the globe!

Meet the people attending this event around the globe. Open Spaces will be the best opportunity to discuss on many topics important to you!

Event Schedule

Track
1

8:30AM

Registration

& Breakfast

9:30AM

Organization Committee

Opening Welcome

10:00AM

Kris Buytaert

Keynote

Linux and Open Source Consultant @ Inuits

10:40AM

Bernd Erk

How To Make Good And Difficult Decisions

CEO @ NETWAYS GmbH


11:20AM

Coffee Break

11:40AM

Alex Casalboni

Implementing safe deployments for serverless apps

Technical Evangelist @ AWS

12:20PM

Ignites

Emel Dogrusoz - Making the Most of Your Post Incident Analysis (PIA)

Philipp Krenn - Building Distributed Systems in Distributed Teams

Matty Stratton - The Four Agreements of Incident Response

Cansu Kavili - Why do we need Istio?

12:50PM

Lunch

Catered

2:15PM

Gökhan Şengün

Story and step-by-step guide of migrating a cloud native app running on AWS to k8s

Full-Stack Developer @ NETAS

3:00PM

Open Space Opening

If you are new to the Open Space concept you may want to read some more details

3:45PM

Coffee Break

4:00PM

Open Spaces Session #1 & Demos

If you are new to the Open Space concept you may want to read some more details

4:45PM

Open Spaces Session #2 & Demos

If you are new to the Open Space concept you may want to read some more details

5:30PM

Closing Day 1

Track
2

8:30AM

---

---

09:30AM

---

---

10:00AM

-------

----------

--------

10:40AM

TBD

11:20AM

Coffee Break

11:40AM

Rachael Byrne

Don’t be a bystander, be an Incident Commander!

Business Enablement Manager @ PagerDuty


12:20PM

Ignites

TBD

TBD

12:50PM

Lunch

Catered

2:15PM

Armagan Amcalar

The Human Side of Microservices

Head of Software Engineering @ unu GmbH

3:00PM

Matty Stratton

Workshop: Don’t Panic! Effective Incident Response Workshop

DevOps Evangelist @ PagerDuty

3:45PM

Coffee Break

4:00PM

Philipp Krenn

Workshop: The Holy Trinity of Monitoring: Logs, Metrics, and Traces

Developer Advocate @ Elastic

6:00PM

End

Call For Proposals

Call for proposals opens February 10, 2018 .

Call for proposals closes May 10, 2018 .

Selected proposals will be announced on June 10, 2018 .

Please fill the below form to submit a proposal , even if you don't propose, please consider commenting on proposals submitted by others.

Please visit the propose page for the rules and other details.

Propose A Talk

Meet the Speakers

Bernd Erk

CEO @ NETWAYS GmbH & CoFounder @ Icinga Project

In his day job Bernd Erk is CEO at NETWAYS, an open source service company. His technical expertise stretches across systems management, managed services and software development. As a core member of DevOpsDays organizers, he tries to spread the DevOps spirit wherever and whenever possible.

Emel Dogrusoz

Vice President of Products @ OpsGenie

Emel Dogrusoz is the Vice President of Products at OpsGenie. She leads the product team and is responsible for defining the company’s product strategy, roadmap, and new feature development. Prior to joining OpsGenie, she was the Principle Technical Product Manager at Tom Sawyer Software, where she was responsible for the definition and development of the data visualization product family of the company. She has a broad range of experience with roles ranging from Product Development Manager to Customer Support & Services Manager to Principle Product Manager. Emel holds Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Science from Bilkent University in Turkey.

Gokhan Sengun

Full-Stack Developer @ Netas

Gökhan is a Full-Stack Developer working for Netas, the biggest systems integrator in Turkey. In his current role, he is providing consultancy within the company and building new products.

Matty Stratton

DevOps Evangelist @ PagerDuty

Matty Stratton is a DevOps Evangelist at PagerDuty, where he help dev and ops teams advance the practice of their craft and become more operationally mature. He collaborates with PagerDuty customers and industry thought leaders in the broader devops community, and his license plate actually says “DevOps”. Matty has over 20 years experience in IT operations, ranging from large financial institutions such as JPMorganChase and internet firms, including Apartments.com. He has given presentations at ITSM focused events, ChefConf, DevOpsDays, Interop, PINK, and various local groups within the Chicagoland area. He is the founder and co-host of the popular Arrested DevOps podcast. He lives in the Chicagoland area with his three kids, Henry, Joey, and Sophia. He also has an unhealthy obsession with Doctor Who, Firefly, and Game of Thrones. And whiskey (but not IPAs, never IPAs).

Philipp Krenn

Developer Advocate @ Elastic

Philipp is part of the infrastructure team and a developer advocate at Elastic. He is frequently talking about full-text search, databases, operations, and security. Additionally, he is organizing multiple meetups in Vienna.

Kris Buytaert

Linux and Open Source Consultant

Kris Buytaert is a long time Linux and Open Source Consultant. He’s one of instigators of the DevOps movement, currently working for Inuits. He is frequently speaking at, or organizing different international conferences and has written about the same subjects in different books, papers and articles. He spends most of his time working on bridging the gap between developers and operations with a strong focus on High Availability, Scalability , Virtualisation and Large Infrastructure Management projects hence trying to build infrastructures that can survive the 10th floor test, better known today as the cloud, while actively promoting the devops idea! Make sure to read his blog titled Everything is a Freaking DNS Problem.

Rachael Byrne

Business Enablement Manager @ PagerDuty

Rachael Byrne is an agilist that has helped cross-functional product development, mobile, QA, customer support, and business operations teams iteratively deliver value and collaborate effectively. She is PagerDuty’s first non-technical Incident Commander.

Alex Casalboni

Senior Technical Evangelist @ Amazon Web Services

Alex is a Senior Technical Evangelist at Amazon Web Services, deeply passionate about web technologies and music. Alex has been building web products and helping other builders learn from his experience since 2011. His coding love spreads across the Python and the JavaScript communities, and he’s been contributing to open-source projects such as the Serverless Framework and AWS SAM. He co-organizes the serverless meetup in Milan, as well as ServerlessDays Milan (previously JeffConf). In his free time, Alex loves snowboarding, jogging, traveling, and playing his saxophone.

Armagan Amcalar

Head of Software Engineering @ unu GmbH

Armagan is the Head of Software Engineering at unu GmbH, and is currently working on building the infrastucture for the future of mobility. A software architect well versed in both the backend and frontend systems, he focuses on building resilient clouds. He loves open source and is the author of cote, a library for building microservices with Node.js, among many others. He is a public speaker, a mentor, a lecturer, a radio host, a musician, an electronics engineer, and more. He also leads an NGO called Lonca for helping women engineers get on board the software industry.

Sponsors

Platinum Sponsor

Gold Sponsors

Kloia OpsGenie OpsGenie VNGRS

Silver Sponsors

BKM Snapbytes Comparex

Bronze Sponsors

Media Sponsor

Supporters

Community Sponsors

DevOpsTurkey ServerlessTurkey IstanbulFlow