Martin Kulov - Association of Software Engineers, PresidentWhy do we need yet another association? Mission and accomplised activities in 2015. The road ahead.
Why DevOps? An exploration of the history of DevOps and the current state of DevOps
John Willis - Docker, Technical EvangelistThis session will cover the history of Devops. We will look at some of it’s early influences and influencers. Also included will be some best practice case studies and an overview of some of the most widely used tools.
From Continuous Integration to Continuous Delivery
Radoslav Minchev - R&D Solutions, DevOps & ALM Consultant
Easy yet powerful automation with Ansible
Ivaylo Bratoev - Telerik, Senior Manager Software EngineeringAttend this session for an introduction about Ansible - powerful and easy to learn automation tool. Ansible helps you do machine configuration, deployment and orchestration. It is a cornerstone tool that we use in Telerik Platform to improve our DevOps practices. Learn more from our experience with it.
DevOps Powered - Develop, Integrate, Test, Deliver
Lukian Tabandzhov - Equafy, Co-founderThe session will illustrate how we at Equafy automate our own development, environment creation, automated continuous integration and delivery.
Join us for real time demo how Dev environment is being set up with all the tools and platforms integrated altogether.
High Velocity Delivery with nobody burning out
Ivan Goychev - Vayant Travel Solutions, VP TechnologyWe'll focus on what helps us run fast: when to branch&merge, how often to release, what keeps us safe from regression, where are the docs, TDD insights, database versioning, team workflow and of course how to know that all of this works.
Continuous Monitoring beyond Nagios
Martin Gutenbrunner - Ruxit, Developer AdvocateReal-world insights into how monitoring can be done without the downsides of configuration overhead or alert spam.
About the conference
ASE DevOps 2015 is a conference on DevOps practices organized by
Association of Software Engineers (ASE).
Like other events held by ASE during the year this is again a first-of-its-kind event in Bulgaria and has similar objectives.
Speakers at ASE DevOps 2015 are software engineers with hands-on experience in DevOps practices. They have developed Continuous Delivery and Production Monitoring software processes in actual development environments of small to large companies. These are the speakers who will show you how they do DevOps, what has worked and what has not; they will share with you real world advice.
If you are a software engineer, technical team lead, project manager, quality assurance engineer or R&D director you are welcome to join and gain insights on the history, development and use of DevOps practices.
If you intend to automate the process of delivery and deployment of your software systems and you have questions you would like to ask please register for ASE DevOps 2015 to receive valuable advice from people with practical expertise in the field.
John is Technical Evangelist for Docker, which he joined after the company he co-founded (SocketPlane, which focused on SDN for containers) was acquired by Docker in March 2015. Previous to founding SocketPlane in Fall 2014, John was VP of Customer Enablement at Stateless Networks, and prior to that John was Chief DevOps Evangelist at Dell, which he joined following the Enstratius acquisition in May 2013. He has also held past executive roles at Opscode/Chef and Gulf Breeze Software.
Ivaylo Bratoev has more than 10 years experience in software development. He is keen on agile project management, DevOps and all practices that help create quality software. Ivaylo enjoys leading teams to their success. Recently, he has been doing that in Telerik by promoting and implementing DevOps practices in the company.
Ivan has gathered deep technical experience in delivering large scale projects
at challenging startups where both performance and product delivery were crucial.
Currently he is VP Technology at Vayant Travel Solutions and finds inspiration in efficient team collaboration, performance optimizations and data visualizations.
Martin is Developer Advocate at Ruxit where he is trying to stay in touch with customers, blogging, and talking at conferences. Before joining Ruxit, he worked as a Lead Software Developer and Architect on Java web applications for about a decade. In private life, he's a father and runner and he really loves pixelart and good stories.
Rado is a senior-level DevOps/ALM expert and Microsoft Certified .NET Framework developer. Before founding R&D Solutions, he was the senior manager for global engineering services for one of the worldwide leaders in software components development. He led a company team of engineering architects, release, software and test automation engineers providing build automation, continuous integration and delivery and automated quality engineering for 10 product development teams worldwide.
Lukian is the co-founder of Equafy, with more than fifteen years
experience in software development. He has in the past been in
charge of managing the continuous integration and release process
for some of the most important Experian products.
As part of his responsibilities at Equafy, he is successfully managing the entire process of continuous integration, test automation, release management and continuous delivery.
As the most challenging result, he has integrated the continuous delivery process straight into the software development, starting up from the developer's environment.
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