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DevOpsDays Tokyo 2020

event starts

09 Apr 2020

event ends

10 Apr 2020

location

Osaki Bright Core Hall Tokyo, Japan


DevOpsDays は世界中で開催されているカンファレンスです。
ソフトウェア開発、ITインフラ運用、そしてその境界線上にあるトピックをカバーし、特にDevOpsを実現するための自動化、テスト、セキュリティ、組織文化にフォーカスします。

IT技術を駆使して変化に強いビジネスインフラを実現するスキルを身に着けるために、国内外の最先端の事例とプラクティスを結集します。
海外から第一人者を直接招き、ここでしか手に入らない最新情報をリアルタイムで入手出来ます。

最先端のテクノロジの活用法はもちろん、先進企業で必要とされてきた背景までも理解し、正しく組織内に展開するための洗練された知見を得られます。

このイベントが日本のみならず、世界のDevOpsプラクティスを共有できる、意義のあるイベントになれるよう、願っております。

DevOpsDays Tokyo is a local conference to share technology trends, case studies, and knowledge from IT professionals who have been working to improve their product and processes through DevOps practices, both in Japan and abroad.

With content in both Japanese and English, our community strives to improve processes and outcomes by not only bridging the gap between Dev and Ops, but between Japanese and western IT cultures.

Although Japanese will be the primary language of the conference, about half of the talks will be in English (with simultaneous translation to Japanese available).

Language / 言語

本イベントは日本語、英語の両方で開催し、英語圏の企業や組織にも積極的に参加を募ります。(日本語同時通訳も用意致します)

Although Japanese will be the primary language of the conference, about half of the talks will be in English (with simultaneous translation to Japanese available).

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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

20 Aug 2019

CfS closes at 3:00 PM

31 Dec 2019

This event is in Tokyo Standard Time time zone.
Closing time in your time zone is .

Call for Speakers 登壇者の募集

セッションのスピーカーを募集します。DevOpsに関わる技術やケーススタディ、組織内の活動、組織外のコミュニティ活動など、幅広いセッションのご提案をお待ちしております。

We’re looking for a mix of technical and cultural talks that relate to the central conference themes.

Deadline for posting: Dec 31th 3PM (JST: UTC+9)

投稿の締切: 12月31日午後3時 (日本時間)

Session Type / セッション・タイプ

2つのタイプのセッションがあります。

レギュラー・トーク:フル(45分)かハーフ(20分)のいずれかになります。

There are two types of sessions planned:

Regular talk; these will be either full- (45 minute) or half-length (20 minutes) talks.

Language / 言語

本イベントは日本語、英語の両方で開催し、英語圏の企業や組織にも積極的に参加を募ります。(日本語同時通訳も用意致します)
日本語がメインの言語となりますが、半分ほどのトークは英語でおこなわれる予定です。

英語でのトークをご希望の場合は使用するスライドを事前にご提出下さい。同時通訳の事前準備に利用致します。日本語を話されない方も、事前にご本人の日本語レベルをお知らせ下さい。 

Although Japanese will be the primary language of the conference, we’re striving for about half of the talks to be in English (with simultaneous translation to Japanese available).

If you’re planning on submitting an English talk, please note that it will be very important to prepare the slides well in advance, so that we can prepare for simultaneous translation. While you won’t be required to speak or understand Japanese, please note your Japanese language-level.


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72 submissions
Submitted sessions
Anush Arvind
  • Migrate from a redis server to another without slaveof support; with zero downtime
  • Live Data Center migration to a new region
Ram Mohan Rao Chukka
  • Fasten your Seatbelts ! Deployment Automation using Dockers and Ansible
Pranjal Deo
  • Engineering Reliable Mobile Applications
  • Blameless Postmortem Culture
Anton Babenko
  • Hacking Terraform for fun and profit
  • Design, Draw, Deploy your AWS infrastructure from inception to production
  • From Zero to Hero With Terraform, AWS and Friends
Devlin Duldulao
  • Automating your infrastructure deployments in the Cloud with Terraform and Azure Pipelines
  • Getting Started with Mobile DevOps
Vaibhav Srivastav
  • Lightning fast, fault-tolerant and portable data pipelines with Apache Beam
  • Building Composable, Portable & Scalable ML pipelines with Kubeflow
Shodipo Ayomide
  • Securing Serverless Applications using Azure
Junichi Kaku
  • freeeで初めての開発フロー改善専門チームを立ち上げて
Aaron Jensen
  • The Enterprise Automation Journey
Petar Radosavljevic
  • Infrastructure-level solutions for modern Microservices
  • Serverless or Containers? No, no, both!
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Sarjeel Yusuf
  • A Healthy DevOps Culture for A Successful GitOps Practice
  • The Right Way to Cloud Compute: Lessons Learnt at Opsgenie
  • Reviving Agile with Incident Management and Observability in the Cloud
  • Tackling Dreaded .Net Cold Starts When Going Serverless
Mofizur Rahman
  • Get up and running on Openshift
  • Kubernetes Security Jumpstart
  • Knative: Serverless Workload on Kubernetes
  • Managing Kubernetes with Istio
  • Kubernetes The Second Week
  • How Does Kubernetes Scheduler Work?
Marius Zaharia
  • Private DNS in complex Azure environments with Azure DNS
  • Onboarding a Historical Company on the Cloud Journey, or from Experimentation to Success
  • Multi-tenant Identity and Azure Resource Governance with Azure Active Directory
  • Modern Architecture in the Cloud of 2020
Wilkins Ortiz
  • Painless Deployment with Convox
Dennis Stepp
  • Hypothesis Driven Development
  • Impress Your Boss by Sitting on Your Ass
  • Slurm: Toxic Company Cultures and How to Survive Them
Serhat Can
  • Managing incidents in microservices
  • How to build a healthy on-call culture
Rafal Leszko
  • Where is my cache? Architectural patterns for caching microservices
Arun Singh
  • Event Driven Automation to enhance customer experience
  • Event Driven Automation to enhance customer experience
Sam Vanhoutte
  • How Azure IoT Edge can Help You Build a Solid IoT Solution
  • From poll to push. Simplify Building Event Driven Architectures with Azure Event Grid.
  • Real Time analytics with Azure IoT and Databricks
Aaron Ralls
  • Azure Security Tips for Demoware
  • Security Simplified with IdentityServer4
Davide Benvegnu
  • DevOps for Serverless with Azure DevOps
  • Enterprise Grade CI/CD for GitHub
  • How Microsoft does DevOps
Bernd Erk
  • How Convenience Is Killing Open Standards
Giacomo Bagnoli
  • Lessons learned from monitoring a large production network
Keith Hoodlet
  • Tilting at Waterfalls: leading the charge into Agile
  • Security is a Feature (and how to make it part of your DevOps culture)
Eng Teong Cheah
  • Security in OSS DevOps
  • Security In CI/CD
Augustin Lu
  • DevOps in machine learning - trials and practices
Adam Bowen
  • My Code My Environment And Yes My Data Empowering The Developer With Data
Dr. Joe Perez
  • Cultivating a Climate for Paradigm Shift
  • Making Data Actionable: From Concept to Visualization
David Nguyen
  • Beyond Create-React-App, how to bespoke your SPA for the enterprise.
  • Bring Target.com to life
JJ Asghar
  • Developing Applications with Kubernetes
  • Cloud Native Application Development with Kubernetes and OpenShift
Matty Stratton
  • Blameless Postmortems - How To Actually Do Them
  • Don't Panic! Effective Incident Response
  • Fight, Flight, or Freeze — Releasing Organizational Trauma
Jody Dorchester
  • Devops from the Operations side of the wall
Jorge Luis Castro Toribio
  • Building DevOps Ways of Working at large Enterprise through learning, collaboration and Gamification
Ricardo Castro
  • KDD: Kubernetes Driven Development
  • What the Service Mesh?!
Baruch Sadogursky
  • #DataDrivenDevops
  • DevOps Patterns and Antipatterns for Continuous Software Updates
Jez Humble
  • Keynote from Jez Humble