Attend the most awaited Conference of 2019 in Istanbul

that brings development and operations together!

Sep 19, 2019 - Conference
Sep 20, 2019 - Workshops

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Workshop Tickets

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Conference second day entry pass.

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Welcome to the DevOpsDays Istanbul 2019!
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The Conference will be held at Dedeman Bostanci Hotel & Convention Center on September 19 - 20, 2019. 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:

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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!

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Event Schedule

19 September

Track
1

8:30AM

Registration

& Breakfast

9:15AM

Organization Committee

Opening Welcome

9:45AM

Berkay Mollamustafaoğlu

Keynote - How DevOps paved the road to success for Opsgenie?

Founder @Opsgenie

10:30AM

Thiago de Faria

AI with a devops mindset - experimentation, sharing and easy ML deployment

Head of Solutions Engineering at LINKIT

11:10AM

Coffee Break

11:30AM

Emrah Şamdan

The co-founder of your brilliant startup idea: Serverless

VP of Products @Thundra Inc.

12:10PM

Ignites

TBC

12:40PM

Lunch

Catered

1:30PM

Pranjal Deo

Blameless Postmortem Culture

Program Manager @Google

2:30PM

Andrew Clay Shafer

Closing Keynote - TBC

Senior Director of Technology @ Pivotal

3:10PM

Open Space Opening

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

3:40PM

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

Track
2

10:30AM

Hüseyin BABAL

Advanced Kubernetes: Lesson Learned From Building a Managed Service

Software Development Team Lead @Hazelcast Cloud

11:10AM

Coffee Break

11:30AM

Ricardo Castro TBC

What the Service Mesh?!

12:40PM

Lunch

Catered

1:30PM

Leonardo Di Donato

Prometheus as exposition format for eBPF programs on Kubernetes clusters

Open Source Software Engineer @Sysdig

3:40PM

Coffee Break

4:00PM

TBC

20 September

Workshop
1

9:00AM

Breakfast

10:00AM

Terraform Workshop

Anton Babenko

12:30PM

Lunch

1:30PM

Afternoon Session

4:00PM

Ending Session

Workshop
2

9:00AM

Breakfast

10:00AM

DevSecops Workshop

Anand Tiwari

12:30PM

Lunch

1:30PM

Afternoon Session

4:00PM

Ending Session

Workshop
3

9:00AM

Breakfast

10:00AM

CI/CD with GitLab Pipelines

Fatih Acet

12:30PM

Lunch

1:30PM

Afternoon Session

4:00PM

Ending Session

Call For Proposals

Call for proposals opens TBA .

Call for proposals closes TBA .

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.

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Meet the Speakers

Berkay MOLLAMUSTAFAOGLU

Founder @Opsgenie

Berkay Mollamustafaoglu is the founder of Opsgenie, a SaaS-based on-call and incident management solution. He currently serves as the head of Opsgenie after the company’s acquisition by Atlassian in 2018. As a long time IT professional, he has 20+ years of experience in running and scaling products and teams globally. He continues helping the Turkish ecosystem as a speaker as well as a startup advisor at ScaleX.

Martins Kozlovskis

Anchorman

Hüseyin BABAL

Software Development Team Lead @Hazelcast Cloud

Building Hazelcast Cloud to provide Hazelcast Cluster as a service with extensive features. AWS Certified DevOps Professional. Building highly scalable, real-time systems with Spring Boot, Kubernetes, Docker, Prometheus, Event-Based Systems, and Hybrid Cloud. Ex. Sony and eBay engineer.

Andrew Clay Shafer

Senior Director of Technology @ Pivotal

Andrew Clay Shafer has been helping developers carry pagers for the last decade after having a caffeine induced vision while servers burned around him. Before that he was baptized in the fountain of Agile by a cult of cave dwelling witch doctors as a software developer with a background in math modeling and computational science. Devops has been very good to Andrew and he has tried to return the favor. He spends most days trying to help Pivotal customers develop and operate software.

Aras BILGEN

Digital Transition Consultant @kloia

Aras is a digital transition consultant at kloia. He trains designers, business analysts, agile teams, managers, and executives on human-centric approaches to product development. The products he worked on are used by more than 160 million users worldwide. He was the Senior Vice President of experience design and front-end development at Garanti Bank, a BBVA joint-venture in Turkey. His team worked on a broad range of areas, from mobile apps, web sites, ATMs to enterprise software, discovery, long-term strategic research. Prior to Garanti, he was the Product Director for ÇiçekSepeti, the largest flower and gifting site in the world. He was a Product Development Group Manager at Monitise, where his team of product managers and designers delivered top-notch digital experiences for leading financial institutions and e-commerce sites, such as İşBank, Visa, eBay, Turkcell, and Turkish Airlines. He was a UX planner at Intel where he led the UX planning for Tizen (with Samsung), worked on MeeGo (with Nokia) and adapted Intel's brand identity system for the software products. Previously, he was at Microsoft Research, where he developed a gestural system for interacting with displays remotely. He completed similar research efforts at the University of California, Irvine and Lancaster University, United Kingdom. Aras holds a BSc from Bilkent University and an MSc in Computer Science from Georgia Tech. He is currently pursuing a BA in Sociology from Anadolu University. He is an avid cook and he drives his colleagues crazy by winning all food-related trivia games.

Leonardo Di Donato

Open Source Software Engineer @Sysdig

Leonardo is an Open Source Software Engineer at Sysdig in the Office of the CTO. He is in charge of the Open Source methodologies and projects of Sysdig. At the same time he mainly takes care of Falco, a Container Native Runtime security project sandboxed by the CNCF. He is also involved in the Linux Foundation's eBPF project (IO Visor) as a maintainer of kubectl-trace project. He's also the creator of go-syslog, a blazingly fast Golang parser for syslog messages and transports, and of kubectl-dig, a tool to have deep visibility into Kubernetes directly from the kubectl.

Emrah Şamdan

VP of Products @Thundra Inc.

Emrah Şamdan is the VP of Products at Thundra, a tool to provide serverless observability for AWS Lambda environments. With the development team, Emrah is obsessed with helping serverless community with their debugging and monitoring effort both in production and during development. He is responsible for making trouble for the Thundra engineering team while finding solutions to ease the life of serverless teams.

Serhat CAN

Technical Evangelist @Atlassian

Serhat helps teams build better on-call and incident response practices at Atlassian, Opsgenie. He is part of the DevOpsDays core team and runs many local events in Turkey. He is an AWS Community Hero.

Pranjal Deo

Program Manager @Google

Pranjal is currently an Engineering Program Manager at Google. Graduated as an Electrical engineer, started as a test automation engineer, then software engineer and took on DevOps (including disaster recovery) responsibilities at her previous company, where she graduated into the role of a Lead App Performance analyst. She has also taught Bollywood dancing and done stage shows as a principal dancer! She lives in the city of San Francisco, and she loves the freedom (something She never had growing up). Passionate about traveling and exploring cuisines. Always open to new experiences.

Thiago de Faria

Head of Solutions Engineering at LINKIT

Thiago de Faria a knowledge-driven organization with IT experts supporting partners with a transparent path toward pain mitigation and solving business problems.
Passionate about data, programming and the people behind it, he’s given many talks and workshops at conferences. Sometimes on stage, sometimes coding and sometimes in meetings, Thiago loves to learn and try new things. He also likes to crack bad jokes that sounded better on his own mind.
He is an active part of the community (devopsdays Amsterdam, ITNEXT & Codemotion), married to someone smarter than him, open-source enthusiast, knowledge-sharer and a proud father. Thiago wakes up every day with one goal: develop happy high-performing teams to decrease time-to-market and build production-ready applications, always!

Meet the Workshop Trainers

Anton Babenko

AWS / Terraform / DevOps fanatic

Anton is a long time developer, CTO, and tech-lead who is spending a large amount of his time as an open-source contributor to various Terraform & AWS projects, terraform-aws- modules, modules.tf and a few others. The most popular one is where he manages a collection of verified Terraform AWS modules (terraform-aws-modules on GitHub) downloaded more than 2 million times. The newest one is where he describes Terraform best practices learned during several years of working with Terraform and established within the community (www.terraform-best-practices.com). He also leads AWS, DevOps and HashiCorp User Groups in Norway, organizes DevOpsDays Oslo, and often speaks at various technical meetups and conferences. He is passionate about all-things-cloud and solution architecture combined with automation and scripting.

Anand Tiwari

Information Security Professional

Anand Tiwari is an information security professional with nearly 6 years of experience in offensive security, with expertise in Mobile and Web Application Security. He has authored Archery—open source tool and has presented at BlackHat, DEF CON USA, and HITB conferences. In his free time, he enjoys coding and experimenting with various open source security tools.

Fatih Acet

Sr. Frontend Engineer @Gitlab

Fatih is a Sr. Frontend Engineer who is passionate about delivering solid Frontend code. He loves to see the things he created used by thousands of others. He currently works at GitLab and works remotely for the last 6 years. When not working, Fatih likes spending time with his son and exploring new EDM hits. He also believes that one day he will be good at making Latte arts.

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