Timothy Mamo

Timothy Mamo

Platform Specialist

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Timothy Mamo loves to help growing companies make the most of the cloud by focusing on Cloud Native technologies and processes. He’s had a varied experience, from studying aerospace engineering and working in the automotive industry before moving into the world of Cloud. He enjoys working and helping others improve and understand, at times with some Mediterranean gusto.

Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology


  • Cloud & DevOps
  • IaC
  • Cloud Technology
  • SRE
  • Team Topology
  • Infrastructure
  • DevOps
  • DevSecOps
  • Cloud & Infrastructure
  • Infrastructure as Code
  • Cloud Native Infrastructure
  • Cloud Containers and Infrastructure
  • Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)
  • Infrastructure as a Service
  • Secure Infrastructure
  • immutable infrastructure
  • CLOUD STUFF: Cloud & Serverless infrastructure
  • Infrastructure Migration
  • Infrastructure as code (IaC) security and policy-as-code
  • DevOps & Automation
  • DevOps Transformation
  • DevOpsCulture
  • DevSecOps and GitOps in practice
  • Continuous compliance (DevSecOps perspective)
  • DevOps Skills
  • secrets management
  • golang

DevOps Lessons from a Primary School Teacher

Over the years I've heard from my partner about strategies implemented by teachers to enable children in class to learn, progress and excel, thinking this would be great for the tech industry and fits right into the DevOps culture!

We can assess our ability to adopt or assess the progression of adoption of DevOps processes through the CALMS framework. As engineers we focus a fair amount on Automation, Lean and Measurement, they kind of come natural to us as they’re tech related, but not as much on Culture and Sharing usually, we seem to find that a little more difficult.

In this talk I'll go over some strategies, or lessons, common place to primary school teachers that are novel to us, but shouldn't be, and how it will help us in our day to day activities in ensuring we achieve full CALMS.

How to Implement ${BUZZWORD}

Ensuring you stay relevant in this fast paced industry means you need to adopt fast and implement ${BUZZWORD}. You’ve been told that this is the new technology everyone is using, everyone is talking about it, and it's of vital importance that your company uses it no matter the cost. This will ensure that you keep trendy, you’re the company everyone wants to work with/for and you have the latest and greatest product.

In this session I’ll be looking, with a slightly cynical view, at how companies, managers, and developers look at moving trends and how they are implemented. I’ll attempt to persuade you that you really don’t need to implement and focus on ${BUZZWORD}s to move forward, but instead there can be a more impactful alternative. One that does not involve a focus on any technology or ${BUZZWORD}s, but instead a culture and business mindset.

Your Infrastructure Needs To D.I.E.

What can a diamond heist that occurred in 2003 teach us about InfoSec's CIA triad? Well that the old way of doing security will not help us as we try to move towards being more Cloud Native. Simple tools and a lot of ingenuity can easily allow an attacker to ruin your day. So how can we make use of cloud native ways of development whilst also ensuring security?

We need infrastructure that can D.I.E.

Designing infrastructure that is Distributed, Immutable and Ephemeral will automatically integrate security by default by increasing the bar for attackers. Further, adding controlled chaos to the process ensures that you are continually learning and improving, increasing confidence in the ability to troubleshoot.

In this talk I’ll highlight how the D.I.E. triad can help us being more secure while expecting for things to fail, and embracing the chaos.

Timothy Mamo

Platform Specialist

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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