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April 22, 17:00 - 19:00 CEST
Okay, so here’s the situation. We’ll put all our cards on the table.
We had a killer WTFinar on SRE by Nathen Harvey. People wanted an encore. We wanted an encore.
So, we’ve got WTF is SRE on 20 May (register, submit your talk, share it with friends…)
But you know us, we like getting (and giving) a little extra. So, we’re giving you another date to save!
22 April. We’re hosting a WTF is SRE? sneak peek. A teaser, a starter, a teeny tiny taste of what’s to come!
Join us: April 22, 17:00 - 19:00 CEST.
The event is growing, so more speakers and topics will be announced soon! In the spirit of Agile,
embrace the ambiguity with us - for now.
17:00 - 17:10 CEST - Opening by Cari Liebenberg
17:10 - 17:40 CEST - Sharone Zitzman & Rotem Bar - DevSecOps
17:40 - 18:20 CEST - Luca Relandini & Vinnie Ramirez - Multicloud
18:20 - 18:50 CEST - Andrei Danilov - Observability
18:50 - 19:00 CEST - Closing - see you on the 20th of May!
Breaking Out of CI Environments
Our CI pipelines are the most direct path for code to reach production. In order for code to run in production, it basically requires permission to…well, everywhere - whether direct or indirect.
Knowing this, and how critical this piece is in the code deployment puzzle, it is still quite easy to break out of CI environments with some of the most common injection methods - from code injection, to config file injection (from JSON to YAML) as well as injecting common custom files like Dockerfiles.
Once you’ve broken out of the pipeline is where the real adventures start. This talk will take you on the misadventures of system resources, once you’ve broken out of the CI pipeline, and are free to roam the system as you please.
Infrastructure as code in a Multicloud context: a few use cases
🔥 Programmability of infrastructure and cloud services makes automation easy.
🔥 Infrastructure as code and GitOps are powerful ways to multiply speed and quality of IT provisioning.
🔥 Having a single source of truth enables Multicloud use cases that include:
1. Creating test environments on the fly in a CI/CD pipeline,
then dispose them (saving statically-allocated resources)
2.Restoring configurations if there is a drift
3. Disaster Recovery.
10 steps for building a solid Regional Monitoring Strategy
Setting-up a system of monitoring production availability in multiple regions might seem pretty straightforward if we’re looking at this strictly from a tooling perspective: Postman, DataDog, New Relic, AWS, Uptrends, Cloudfare (and the list can go on), they all offer solutions that are super easy to setup, manage and maintain. However, the real challenges are behind the use of the tool: figuring out what to set up.
In this session I plan to go through 10 considerations with examples from my personal work experience on the topic that will help the audience build their own strategy for monitoring their platform from multiple locations.