Abdennour is a Cloud Native Engineer with focus on SRE : starting career by software development, moving to Cloud Ops on AWS, then Release engineering.
His strong background in software engineering helped him to codify any IT operations & ship it as software in order to reach high reliability and scalability.
Abdennour is holding also many Certifications in Cloud and DevOps like RedHat Architect (RHCA), AWS Professional Solution Architect, AWS Professional DevOps Engineer, CKA & CKAD in Kubernetes, Ansible, ... and others.
Most of these certifications are Performance-Based Assessments where Abdennour had to demonstrate practical knowledge & skills with hands-on problem solving.
- Scaling Release Management with GitOps
Adarsh Shah is an Engineering Leader, Coach, Public Speaker, Hands-on Architect & a Change Agent. He is also an organizer for Devopsdays NYC conference & devopsnyc meetup. Adarsh has a keen interest in building systems that add business value. He is an independent consultant passionate about helping clients with Software Architecture/Development, Leadership Enablement/Coaching & DevOps/Cloud needs by looking at both technical as well as non-technical aspects. These days, he is excited about working with Machine Learning and Cloud-Native technologies. Find out more about Adarsh at https://shahadarsh.com or reach him on twitter at @shahadarsh.
- Principles, Patterns, and Practices for Effective Infrastructure as Code
Bernhard Suttner is head of development at ATIX AG. He has been using Linux for about 20 years and contributes to Foreman.
- Application centric deployment with foreman / katello
Brian Bouterse is a Senior Principle Software Engineer at Red Hat. He is a developer on Pulp which is written in Python and manages repositories of software, e.g. rpms, ansible, python, containers, etc.
- Host your own on-premise Ansible Galaxy
Cristina is a infrastructure and security engineer. She likes to make and break things, and then tell other people how she did it, sometimes in Spanish.
- An alternative to Heroku: An end-to-end open source infrastructure automation toolchain
David is a Senior Developer Advocate at Equinix Metal and a member of the Kubernetes org and release team.
As a professional technology magpie, David was an early adopter of cloud, container, and cloud-native technologies; crossing the murky waters of AWS in 2008, Docker in 2014, and Kubernetes in 2015.
With an insatiable love for technology, David is always on the hunt to learn and share knowledge with others in fun and exciting ways.
- Cluster API as Code
Debian Developer, Red Hat Engineer, ♥ automation
- your management layer should be cattle too
Ganesh works for RedHat as Principal Software Engineer in the Ansible content Engineering team and is one of the core maintainers for Ansible networking.
- State assessment and data validation using Ansible
Ina Panova is an engineer who codes in python and works at Red Hat.
- Registry native delivery of software content with Pulp3.
Jeff Knurek is a Senior DevOps Engineer with Clevertech. Across a long career over a variety of clients, he's seen different techniques used to achieve optimal software development. And with a background that transitioned from web development to QA to infrastructure, Kubernetes has become the natural playground for his ideas.
- A hands-off approach for your Terraform
Software engineer with a predilection for distributed systems, databases, algorithms and anything else that is a professional challenge.
Passionate about languages like Python, C++ and Rust, I like to attend conferences like FOSDEM, make talks or write articles in my blog about what I find remarkable.
- Config, config everywhere
Production Engineer at Facebook, Fedora Project contributor
- Desktop Linux Management at Facebook
Rosemary Wang works to bridge the technical and cultural barriers between infrastructure engineers and application developers. She has a fascination for solving intractable problems with code, whether it be helping an infrastructure engineer learn to code or an application developer troubleshoot infrastructure failures. She also interfaces with vendors, clients, startups, and open source projects to find creative software solutions for infrastructure. When she is not drawing on whiteboards, Rosemary valiantly attempts to hack stacks of various infrastructure systems on her laptop while watering her houseplants.
- The Great Cloud Migration with Network Automation & Service Mesh
CTO and entrepreneur, I am building driftctl (Open Source CLI that measures infrastructure as code coverage, and tracks infrastructure drift) and am currently founder at CloudSkiff, empowering developers to make their infrastructure code better and safely ship infrastructures in short cycles. I am also the author of “Infrastructure-as-Code Cookbook” and have worked essentially remotely for the last 10+ years in Canada and Europe. Fun fact, I love ancient philosophy and also co-launched and run a community radio.
- Infrastructure-as-code drifts aren't like Pokemon : you can't catch em all
Tanya works at Red Hat and is a developer on Pulp which is an open source Python project for managing different types of content. She is an open source enthusiast who also enjoys cycling, snowboarding and is interested in molecular biology.
- Don't get stuck on Pulp 2!
Systems Architect and Ops Technical Lead at Gigaset, where the team builds a cloud native backend platform for a smart home system.
Focused on shortening delivery times with adoption of DevOps culture, automation and measurements. Especially interested in the cloud native approach to engineering applications and infrastructure.
Organizer of the DevOps Wrocław Meetup group and the Cloud Native Warsaw conference.
In his spare time Tomasz enjoys mountain hiking, running and yoga.
- Kubernetes Config Management Landscape