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International non-commercial
Community conference

7 / 12 / 2019

International non-commercial
Community conference

7 / 12 / 2019

What is DevOpsDays?

Devopsdays is a worldwide series of technical conferences covering topics of software development, IT infrastructure operations, and the intersection between them.

These conferences pass every year in different cities across the world.
Each event is run by volunteers from the local area.

What is DevOpsDays ?

Devopsdays is a worldwide series of technical conferences covering topics of software development, IT infrastructure operations, and the intersection between them.

These conferences pass every year in different cities across the world. Each event is run by volunteers from the local area.
Third DevOpsDays Moscow will happen 7 December in «Technopolice» and get together 500 developers, operations, system engineers, QAs, teamleads, technical leads for discuss their experience and new things in DevOps world. It's not ordinary conference about DevOps, it's conference that community organizes for community.
Our conference will be the place for networking and finding new ideas and solutions. DevOpsDays Moscow is a wonderful opportunity to meet with DevOps community leaders, ask questions to experts, talk with colleagues from other companies and find answers on your most tough questions.
At DevOpsDays Moscow Russian and foreign speakers will tell about tools and processes, that will help attendees to find better ways for improvements in their companies, share with their "bleeding stuff", real cases and best practices, speak about digital transformations and soft-skills.

В главном зале мы объявим время, когда любой сможет задать тему, которая ему интересна. Все заявленные темы мы сгруппируем и проанонсируем расписание опенспейсов.

На обсуждение каждой темы дается 30 минут. Параллельно обсуждается две темы в двух местах. Каждый час мы будем объявлять опенспейсы на этот час. Расписание будет висеть в главном зале и в холле.

В обсуждениях участвуют члены программного комитета.


10:15 – 11:00
Main hall
10:15 – 11:00
Main hall
Baruch Sadogursky, JFrog
The Head of Developer Relations and a Developer Advocate at JFrog. His passion is speaking about technology. When he's not on stage (or on a plane to get there), he learns about technology, people and how they work, or more precisely, don't work together. He is a co-author of the Liquid Software book, CNCF ambassador and a professional conference speaker on DevOps, DevSecOps, Go, Java and many other topics, and is a regular at the industry's most prestigious events.
DevOps patterns and antipatterns for continuous software updates
So, you want to update the software for your user, be it the nodes in your K8s cluster, a browser on user's desktop, an app in user's smartphone or even a user's car. What can possibly go wrong?
11:00 – 11:45
Main hall
11:00 – 11:45
Main hall
Mikhail Chinkov , AMBOSS
I'm roughly 6 years in IT: 2 in University any-key sysadming, 1 in outsource and last 3 years in building scalable infrastructure for digital companies, introducing DevOps culture to engineers and actually adopting one. At the moment I'm building the Infrastructure platform in AMBOSS.
We're all DevOps
During this talk we're going to talk about DevOps from cultural perspective and why is it very important from company perspective to focus more on cultural development rather than on thinking about DevOps as one another reason to deploy the cutting-edge technologies stack. We will raise questions...
11:00 – 11:45 Showroom
11:00 – 11:45 Showroom
Yuriy Shabalin, Swordfish Security
Application security engineer with more than 8 years experience in SDLC practices integration, creating SecDevOps processes. Speaker of international information security conferences. Responsible for tech leading of project realization and communication with key clients.
DevSecOps: tips and tricks
Developers want to deploy in prod fast, security man want to check everything and avoid vulnerabilities, and business wants to make money...
12:15 – 13:00
Main hall
12:15 – 13:00
Main hall
Rodion Nagornov, Kaspersky Lab
Knowledge Management in IT: how is it related to DevOps and habits?
What does "corporate knowledge" mean? – No, it's not a documentation...
13:00 – 13:45
Main hall
13:00 – 13:45
Main hall
Roman Boiko, AWS
Solutions Architect. I worked in many large companies where I helped customers to implement big scalable and complex projects. I have a lot of hands-on experience in building microservices oriented applications on containers and serverless platforms.
How to build your next application without creating servers
During my speech I will present how to build a serverless application on AWS. I will show...
14:30 – 15:15
Main hall
14:30 – 15:15
Main hall
Alexander Chistyakov, vdsina.ru
Evangelist at vdsina.ru, in the past – a "devops guy", in the future – engineer.

How we went into the mountains and fell down. How did I began to love my industry.
Once upon a time my colleague Daniil Markovich said that people end up in our occupation against their will...
14:30 – 15:15 Showroom
14:30 – 15:15 Showroom
Yuriy Bulich, Dina Maltseva, Evgeniy Pankov
1000 days of devops in bloody enterprise
15:15 – 16:00
Main hall
15:15 – 16:00
Main hall
Andrey Shorin
DevOps & management structure consultant
Will DevOps survive digital transformation?
Things started to morph right in one's hands. First smartphones. Than automobiles...
16:30 – 17:15
Main hall
16:30 – 17:15
Main hall
Pavel Selivanov, Southbridge
I work on projecting infrastructures for our customers. Help our engineers to become better in modern cloud technologies, DevOPs approaches and tools. I am also one of the main speakers of "Slurm" courses - intensives about DevOps and Kubernetes.
Kubernetes against the reality
I'll tell how to build DevOps in your company with help of Kubernetes and why you most likely will fail...
17:15 – 18:00
Main hall
17:15 – 18:00
Main hall
Sergei Puzyrev, Facebook
Currently Production Engineer at Facebook, formerly Systems Engineer at Yandex and Mail.Ru. For about 5 years I was working mostly with distributed systems in general and distributed storages in particular. Now I'm working on internal Facebook distributed queues solution called LogDevice (logdevice.io).
What does a Production Engineer at Facebook do?
My team works on Facebook's internal distributed queues...
1. History: how come we must all follow the DevOps trend and why DevOps is inseparable part of today's digital product.

2. Standards: how can we see if we're good at DevOps or not and why won't we still get a precise answer on that question.

3. Practical example: here I will describe the situation in companies I've recently been working with as an engineer. The big picture is the digital post-startup which has obvious cultural problems even when most of the infrastructure problems and platform technical debt were marked as resolved plus it fits will by DevOps standards.

Who would be interested:
1. Tech leads being interested in reducing bottlenecks within the engineering cross-domain communication.
2. Product managers being interested in discovering DevOps and estimating the value of DevOps culture development with the product development.
3. Surely, engineers who still believe in canonical DevOps as the way to reduce the amount of pain in daily work.

What's the value for audience:
At this talk, we're going to talk from the inner shell of the organization about problems every digital company, if it's not Netflix or Google, has stuck.

– I will show how to locally develop and debug AWS Lambda functions with AWS SAM;

– deploy them with AWS CDK, monitor with AWS CloudWatch;

– and automate all that with AWS Code services.

In this talk, we'll analyze real-world software update fails and how multiple DevOps patterns, that fit a variety of scenarios, could have saved the developers.

Manually making sure that everything works before sending update and expecting the user to do acceptance tests before they update is most definitely not on the list of such patterns.

Join us for some awesome and scary continuous update horror stories and some obvious (and some not so obvious) proven ideas for improvement and best practices you can start following tomorrow.

Are you involved into knowledge management processes within your company? – Sure. Permanently. Do you see the difference between "knowledge base" and "knowledge management system"? – Yes, I do. Knowledge management in Agile company? Really? – Sure! Even Agile-manifest includes several directions to this.

Those and other questions I get (almost) every time I'm speaking about knowledge management with yet another person of software development company. It shows that there is no a proper understanding of knowledge management in IT community unlike banking, retail, metallurgy, oil industry and even Russian Railways and Russian Post.

I will speak about:
– why knowledge management is a mandatory part of evry business nowadays,
– why the main problem of knowledge management is habits,
– why it is so hard to run knowledge management "from below", and sometimes even "from above",
– which way knowledge management affects time-to-market and business safety,
and also I'll show some simple tools to implement them quickly within your own teams and/or businesses.
I want to look through to the future and see where it'll take us to.

And I'd like to look back and learn how that's started.

How to find out if my occupation has some years ahead? Is my job promising?

DevOps might be of assistance maybe...

– I will show how some, in first glance, not important working and cultural aspects kill your cluster

– I will reveal culturological problems in IT departments' work

– I will give you practical recommendations on using Kubernetes functionality for resolving these (and not only these) problems
... Because it's hard to expect sensible results from forced people, we have no other choice but to push ourselves. That leads to so-called burnout and other problems.

My talk will not be dedicated to struggle with burnout, because burnout is usually diagnosed via its symptoms and not the cause. I'll talk about my personal experience that led me to a (limited) understanding of how our brains work.

In practical terms, I'll introduce the attendees to some techniques that help me to survive the crazy rhythm of a big city.
... How to solve all these tasks and don't become crazy?

I will not talk about it in my talk. ))) But I can tell with what technical and process problems we met building DevSecOps and how we solved it from security point of view. Indeed – real cases and truly working tips.

How to make usage of different tools (static and dynamic analyzers and Open-Source control) convenient for developers and security? What integrations are impossible and how to use them? How to integrate non-integratable security tools into processes so you can use them? How do not stop development with all of it? And of course how do not become bold and stay alive?
We provide low-level message-passing service for lots of customers within Facebook at planet-scale.

As a Production Engineers we support the whole lifecycle of our service, create automation solutions for it and sometimes fix incidents on the fly.

I'll tell how do we work in general, what are our relationships to Software Engineers, what tools do we use in every-day work and what kind of automation we create and support.


12:15 – 13:45
Lomonosov Hall
12:15 – 13:45
Lomonosov Hall
Nikita Miropolsky, Mail.ru Cloud Solutions
System administrator
Deployment antipatterns or why some deployments can't be rolled back fast?
Deployment systems are developed continuously. In young and growing projects it's not so rare to see some artifacts being deployed manually...
14:30 – 16:00
Lomonosov Hall
14:30 – 16:00
Lomonosov Hall
Igor Tsupko, Flant
Director of Unknown in Flant. I work on cross-functional changes (production, HR, marketing, automation and services), promote knowledge management in devops. Ex-CTO in Notamedia agency, ex-architect in mos.ru
Tech-onboarding: diving deeper into our wonderful world with the engineer
No matter how hard we are trying to make infrastructure clear and understandable...

Lightning Talks

12:15 – 13:00 Showroom
12:15 – 13:00 Showroom
Digital product
Vitaly Khabarov, express42
12:15 – 13:00 Showroom
12:15 – 13:00 Showroom
DevOps в Enterprise
Vladimir Utratenko, X5 Retail Group
12:15 – 13:00 Showroom
12:15 – 13:00 Showroom
Impostor syndrome
Alexander Akilin, Aquiva Labs
13:00 – 13:45 Showroom
13:00 – 13:45 Showroom
Use Helm at full strength
Kirill Kuznetsov, EvilMartians
13:00 – 13:45 Showroom
13:00 – 13:45 Showroom
Lab for databases
Anatoly Stansler, Postgres.ai
13:00 – 13:45 Showroom
13:00 – 13:45 Showroom
Возлюби безопасника своего как самого себя. Построение DevSecOps как гармоничный путь развития.
Андрей Бешков, Softline
15:15 – 16:00 Showroom
15:15 – 16:00 Showroom
Stop using crond
Dmitry Nagovitsin, Yandex
1. История: зачем вообще многие компании побежали за словом DevOps и почему DevOps – это неотъемлемая часть развития продукта.

2. Стандарты: как узнать о состоянии DevOps в вашей компании и почему вы все равно не получите точный ответ на этот вопрос.

3. Пример на практике: здесь я бы хотел представить свою компанию как пример цифрового пост-стартапа, который испытывал проблемы с культурной составляющей даже тогда, когда проблемы в технических аспектах были решены и по стандартам было все хорошо.

4. Lessons Learned: какие шаги можно сделать для продвижения культурного аспекта DevOps.

5. Будущее: размышление о том, что делать в индустрии дальше, когда твоя компания уже в Elite Performers, и все чекпоинты по книгам о DevOps уже пройдены.

Кому будет интересно:
1. Техническим руководителям, которые видят «bottlenecks» в коммуникации инженеров.
2. Продакт-менеджерам, которые хотят углубиться в тему DevOps и соотнести развитие DevOps-культуры с развитием продукта.
3. Непосредственно инженерам, которые (все еще) верят в DevOps как способ уменьшить боль в своей работе.

В чём ценность для слушателя:
В докладе я покажу взгляд изнутри на ситуацию, с которой сталкивается почти каждый цифровой продукт новой волны, если он не Netflix и не Google.

– как локально разрабатывать и отлаживать AWS Lambda функции при помощи AWS SAM;

– деплоить их с AWS CDK;

– мониторить на AWS CloudWatch;

– и автоматизировать весь процесс при помощи AWS Code.

– Покажу, как некоторые, на первый взгляд, неважные аспекты в работе и культуре убивают ваш кластер;

– Раскрою культурологические проблемы в работе IT отделов;

– И дам практические рекомендации по использованию функционала Kubernetes для решения этих (и не только) проблем.

Участвуете ли вы в процессах управления знаниями в своей работе? – Каждый день. Есть ли разница между базой знаний и системой управления знаниями? – Для меня есть. Дружат ли управление знаниями и agile? – Да, и это отражено даже в agile-манифесте.

Эти и многие другие вопросы я получаю (почти) каждый раз, когда заговариваю об управлении знаниями с очередным представителем ИТ-подразделений. Эти вопросы говорят о том, что в ИТ-сфере нет понимания управления знаниями на том уровне, на котором его понимают, например, в реальном секторе, банковской сфере и даже в РЖД и Почте России.

В своем докладе я расскажу:
– почему без работы со знаниями в компании любого размера сейчас нельзя,
– почему главным врагом управления знаниями являются привычки,
– почему так сложно запустить управление знаниями "снизу", а иногда и "сверху",
– как управление знаниями влияет на time-to-market и безопасность бизнеса,
и дам ряд небольших инструментов, которые можно начать внедрять прямо завтра в своих командах и компаниях.

Я хочу заглянуть в будущее и разглядеть, куда это нас приведет.

Оглянуться в прошлое и узнать, как началось.

Как определить, есть ли у моей профессии будущее?

Есть ли перспектива на сегодняшнем месте работы?

Может быть, DevOps и здесь поможет.

... может быть, это очередной редактор на JavaScript у них на ноутбуке, может быть, это приложение для дипфейков в их смартфоне, а может быть, ты даже не побоялся обновить их автомобиль! Что уже может пойти не так, правда?!

В этом докладе мы проанализируем реальные фейлы, которые ежедневно и повсеместно происходят при обновлении софта.

Мы посмотрим, как всевозможные DevOps-паттерны ложатся на эти сценарии и как правильное их применение смогло бы, возможно, спасти всех этих людей.

И нет, хорошенько проверить всё ручками перед отправкой и попросить у пользователя еще раз хорошенько проверить всё ручками при приёмке не является одним из рекомендованных паттернов, несмотря на то, что так делает половина индустрии!

Приходите послушать полезные кошмарики про непрерывное обновление, и вы получите шанс познакомиться со множеством очевидных (и не таких уж и очевидных!) проверенных идей и практик, которые вы сможете начать применять сразу после доклада, и, может быть, ваши пользователи будут ненавидеть вас немножко меньше!

... Because it's hard to expect sensible results from forced people, we have no other choice but to push ourselves. That leads to so-called burnout and other problems. My talk will not be dedicated to struggle with burnout, because burnout is usually diagnosed via its symptoms and not the cause.

I'll talk about my personal experience that led me to a (limited) understanding of how our brains work. In practical terms, I'll introduce the attendees to some techniques that help me to survive the crazy rhythm of a big city.
Мы предоставляем низкоуровневый сервис передачи и сохранения сообщений для множества пользователей внутри Facebook по всей планете.

Команда Production Engineer'ов обеспечивает весь жизненный цикл нашего сервиса, поддерживает всю автоматизацию, необходимую для сервиса и изредка тушим пожары.

Я расскажу, как мы работаем в целом, как устроен процесс работы с командой разработки, какие инструменты мы используем и какого рода автоматизацию мы создаём и поддерживаем.
...we still need to explain a bunch of technologies and practices to every newcomer. And we would be happy to write a manual for the new engineers – but our technologies and practices keep evolving rapidly.

Let's share our experiences, how we fight with the problem, how we teach our new engineers and how, at the end of the day, to decrease the time of tech onboarding.
It's normal, most people do this. Even if you are lucky to have a working CI/CD, a situation where you need to deploy something unforeseen urgently is highly possible. And in that case you should decide whether to update your automation process on the fly or to use an ad-hoc solution.

We should think about several things at once when we do something with production deployment: how to lower the risks, how to validate and roll back the changes, how to automate these steps in the future.

I want to talk about tools and methods that help to reduce risks vs ad-hoc changes in production. Some of these tools and methods will become the basic building blocks for the processes automation – up to the full-fledged CI/CD.
Program Committee

This team works at conference content
Dmitry Zaytsev
Head of Program Committee. Highly qualified professional with experience in different industries - gamedev, adtech, bigdata, fintech. Grew DevOps and SRE practices and approaches when this wasn't trendy. Combined them with ITIL and Cobit when they were trendy. One of the organizers of Hangops_ru community online meetups and DevOPs Moscow community.
Azat Khadiev
More than 10 years in IT and infrastructure development. I love to build big systems. And good speeches.
Artyom Kalichkin
CTO in Faktura.ru. Emceeing special profile courses in NSU. Implementing projects at integration and optimization development processes: software development, managing projects portfolio, providing IT-services, operations and reliability of mission-critical applications.
Тимур Батыршин

Valery Pilia
Now working in Deutsche bank as Infrastructure engineer. Supporting applications teams and providing automations. Before worked in Video International, Megafone and OneFactor as operations engineer, supported and developed Hadoop platforms.

Vitaly Rybnikov
SRE @ Tinkoff. Helps application teams integrate DevOps\SRE practices. Member of hangops.ru community and DevOps Moscow meetups organizer.

Denys Ivanov

Sergey Malutin
Works in the industry for more than 10 years. Helps developers become friends with clouds, databases and servers in company Lifestreet. Member of hangops_ru community. Director of a puppet theater in the past.

Anton Strukov

Software Engineer, Kubernetes, CI/CD, Continuous improvement, DevOps/SRE, Teamlead

Alexander Akilin
Systems engineer in the company Aquiva Labs. In IT since 2001. Started to use devops practices in startup Breffi, then drove DataBus stream in Paragon software. One of organizers DevOps Moscow community, DevOpsDays Moscow, member of content committee in DevOpsConf, Highload++.
Andrew Levkin
Has more than 15 years of experience in industry (media, adtech, BigData, fintech, blockchain) in engineer, architect, lead, manager positions in small and big projects. Started to use and spread culture and practices of devops even before the word has appeared. One of the organizers of DevOps Moscow community, DevOpsDays Moscow.
Vitaly Khabarov
I work as a lead engineer in Express42, analyze cases, processes and tools in industry and for our clients. Took part in and lead projects concerning optimization and automation of development processes, testing and operations. Always happy to learn new things, get experience and share knowledge with others. Creator of the DevOps Deflope podcast.
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