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Join a global online event with our community friends of continuous delivery and DevOps leaders and practitioners along with Jenkins users and innovation-focused developers for an informative and interactive full-day event. Connect with peers and industry experts to discuss the trends that are defining the future of software development and learn how to leverage them to build stuff that matters, drive business impact and delight end-users.

speakers

Daniel Ritchie

Distinguished Engineer, Broadridge Financial Solutions

Jennifer Hansen

Director, Product Management Delivery Experience, Capital One

Jimmy McNamara

Software Engineering Product Manager, Fidelity Investments

Raju Gandhi

Software Industry Consultant and Author, Gradle

Viktor Farcic

Jenkins X Product Manager, Principal Software Delivery Strategist, and Developer Advocate, CloudBees

schedule
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North America
11am – 5pm EDT
May 19, 2020
EMEA
11am – 5pm CEST
May 20, 2020
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Solution Zone

Sponsor Expo

check out the demos and visit the virtual booths!

11:00 am - 11:45 am
Auditorium - NA

Embrace Don’t Replace: DevOps in the Enterprise

Robert Kelley
Director, Delivery Engineering - DevOps, IHG
Brian Dawson
Director of Product Marketing, CloudBees

How should enterprises retrofit their current software delivery practices? Forward-thinking companies must embrace new technologies while still driving critical business needs with older applications and platforms...and maintaining automation, visibility, and governance.
Join us as we share how organizations can empower their teams with the freedom of selecting the right tools for their mission while retaining corporate compliance guard-rails. The new paradigm of software delivery is not to simply rip and replace, but to embrace choice, enable experimentation, improving the rate of innovation.

DevOps Radio Live Hosted by Brian Dawson - Panel Discussion: Reality of Delivering Modern Software in an Enterprise Environment

Jennifer Hansen
Director, Product Management Delivery Experience, Capital One
Adam Robertson
Head of DevOps, Pinger
Robert Kelley
Director, Delivery Engineering - DevOps, IHG
Daniel Ritchie
Distinguished Engineer, Broadridge Financial Solutions
Brian Dawson
Director of Product Marketing, CloudBees

DevOps leaders share learnings and best practices for enabling and empowering developers while driving business objectives.

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
Solution Expo

Sponsor Demos

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Auditorium - NA

CloudBees Workshop - Scale and Speed - Enterprise CI and Features Management

Grigory Avsyuk
Solutions Architect, CloudBees
Tyler Johnson
Solution Architect, CloudBees

Session Abstract: This workshop will highlight best practices for continuously integrating code using CloudBees Core.

This is a live hands-on workshop in Zoom Breakout.

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Auditorium - NA

Community Workshop - Introduction to Jenkins X

Oscar Medina
Developer Advocate, CloudBees

We'll explore how to create a fully operational continuous delivery pipeline using containers, Kubernetes, Jenkins X, and quite a few other tools.

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Auditorium - NA

Sponsor Workshop - Gradle: Developer Productivity Engineering: Next Practices for Improving the Developer Experience (DX!)

Raju Gandhi
Software Industry Consultant and Author, Gradle

Developer Productivity Engineering (DPE) is a new software discipline that uses data analytics and acceleration technologies to speed up critical software development processes—from build to test to CI—and to make them more efficient. It is perhaps the most important movement in software development and delivery since the introduction of agile, lean software development, and DevOps methodologies and tools.
In this introductory-level presentation and demonstration, we will describe DPE processes and best practices in action—using examples from Java projects that rely on Maven or Gradle build tools. Specifically, you will learn how to:

  • Leverage build and test acceleration technologies like build caching and distributed testing to instantly speed up feedback cycles as much as 90%.
  • Cut debugging and troubleshooting time in half using data analytics to rapidly identify incident root causes and better manage avoidable failures like flaky tests.
  • Continuously improve performance and guard against regressions through metric, KPI, and trend observability.

The end-result of pursuing DPE excellence will be a transformative and highly satisfying developer experience.

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Auditorium - NA

Sponsor Workshop - Sauce Labs: Building a CI/CD Pipeline with Jenkins and Sauce Labs

Josh Grant
Solution Architect, Sauce Labs

In this workshop, we will review how to build and test an application using Jenkins Pipelines and Sauce Labs. We will discuss some continuous delivery recommended practices for the first portion of this workshop, review an example pipeline with an app and tests built with NodeJS. Attendees will then create their own pipelines based on this example using Jenkins and Sauce Labs.
Pre-requisites:
- Have a GitHub account
- Have git installed
- Have NodeJS installed (LTS preferred) - https://nodejs.org/en/
- Have a Sauce Labs account created (can be a free trial) - https://saucelabs.com/sign-up
- Have access to the provided Jenkins server with configure/build permissions

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Auditorium - NA

Sponsor Workshop - Compuware: COBOL + GitHub + CloudBees Jenkins = Mainframe CI/CD

Stuart Ashby
DevOps Specialist, Compuware

Learn how your COBOL source code can be branched/merged/deployed using Github, CloudBees, and Compuware tooling.
About this workshop:

  • If there is a mainframe in your organization, this is an unmissable workshop.
  • This is your opportunity to see how a multi-branch pipeline allows your enterprise to maintain COBOL source code in Github.
  • You can also learn how to exploit Jenkins plugins to download COBOL source code for processing in SonarQube.

No prerequisites: Compuware will provide an AWS hosted instance of Jenkins connected to a real mainframe!

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Auditorium - NA

CloudBees Workshop - Anxiety-Free Microservices Release

Grigory Avsyuk
Solutions Architect, CloudBees
Tyler Johnson
Solution Architect, CloudBees

Learn how using CloudBees Rollout based feature flags can reduce risks associated with frequent production deployments.
This is a live hands-on workshop in Zoom Breakout

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Auditorium - NA

Community Workshop - Top 5 Jenkins Issues and How to Avoid Them & Demystifying Debugging Through Logging

Alex Taylor
DevOps Engineer, InsightSoftware
Michelle Fogwell
Senior Developer Support Engineer, CloudBees
Ryan Smith
Global Escalation Manager, CloudBees

Jenkins Best Practices: Top 5 Jenkins Issues and Solutions:
This workshop will discuss Jenkins best practices including the inner-workings of the Jenkins application related to JVM Administration tips, and highlight the top 5 issues we see in CloudBees Support, as well as solutions to resolve them. You will walk away prepared to keep Jenkins running smoothly and keep your CI/CD pipeline humming along.

Demystifying Debugging Through Logging:

Logging can be a verbose and noisy experience, especially if you aren’t familiar with the underlying codebase. It can also be the most powerful tool in your arsenal as a Jenkins Administrator. Most Jenkins users are reliant on the outcome of their project as a pass or fail; what if you could empower those users to self-service and reduce the cycle time to issue resolution?

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Auditorium - NA

Sponsor Workshop - NowSecure Mobile DevSecOps: Best Practices Building & Delivering Secure Mobile Apps that Attackers Hate

Anthony Ramirez
Senior Application Security Analyst & Trainer, NowSecure

With mobile apps now dominating web traffic for most organizations, they are finding that their Android and iOS apps have become the main target of hackers and criminals. The drive to deliver innovative mobile apps often leave gaps that these thieves can exploit. In this session, attendees will learn to understand the attacker's perspective, discover the common mistakes that have hurt production mobile apps, and learn how to build better quality apps. With proper understanding of mobile app security and privacy, secure by design doesn’t have to be a longshot. And to help your secure pipeline run faster, we’ll show approaches for automating security and privacy testing in your Jenkins CI/CD pipeline for continuous security (CS).

11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Solution Zone

Sponsor Expo

check out the demos and visit the virtual booths!

11:00 am - 11:45 am
Auditorium - EMEA

Embrace Don’t Replace: DevOps in the Enterprise

Jimmy McNamara
Software Engineering Product Manager, Fidelity Investments
Brian Dawson
Director of Product Marketing, CloudBees

How should enterprises retrofit their current software delivery practices? Forward-thinking companies must embrace new technologies while still driving critical business needs with older applications and platforms...and maintaining automation, visibility, and governance.
Join us as we share how organizations can empower their teams with the freedom of selecting the right tools for their mission while retaining corporate compliance guard-rails. The new paradigm of software delivery is not to simply rip and replace, but to embrace choice, enable experimentation, improving the rate of innovation.

DevOps Radio Live Hosted by Brian Dawson - Panel Discussion: Reality of Delivering Modern Software in an Enterprise Environment

Sanmat Jhanjhari
Lead DevOps Engineer, Nationwide Building Society
Aswini Rajasekaran
Lead CI Automation Engineer, AIB
Aoife Fitzmaurice
Architect for Enterprise Cloud Computing, Fidelity Investments
Jimmy McNamara
Software Engineering Product Manager, Fidelity Investments
Brian Dawson
Director of Product Marketing, CloudBees

DevOps leaders share learnings and best practices for enabling and empowering developers while driving business objectives.

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
Solution Expo

Sponsor Demos

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Auditorium - EMEA

CloudBees Workshop - Scale and Speed - Enterprise CI and Features Management

Grigory Avsyuk
Solutions Architect, CloudBees
Tyler Johnson
Solution Architect, CloudBees

This workshop will highlight best practices for continuously integrating code using CloudBees Core.

This is a live hands-on workshop in Zoom Breakout.

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Auditorium - EMEA

Sponsor Workshop - Gradle: Developer Productivity Engineering: Next Practices for Improving the Developer Experience (DX!)

Raju Gandhi
Software Industry Consultant and Author, Gradle

Developer Productivity Engineering (DPE) is a new software discipline that uses data analytics and acceleration technologies to speed up critical software development processes—from build to test to CI—and to make them more efficient. It is perhaps the most important movement in software development and delivery since the introduction of agile, lean software development, and DevOps methodologies and tools.
In this introductory-level presentation and demonstration, we will describe DPE processes and best practices in action—using examples from Java projects that rely on Maven or Gradle build tools. Specifically, you will learn how to:

  • Leverage build and test acceleration technologies like build caching and distributed testing to instantly speed up feedback cycles as much as 90%.
  • Cut debugging and troubleshooting time in half using data analytics to rapidly identify incident root causes and better manage avoidable failures like flaky tests.
  • Continuously improve performance and guard against regressions through metric, KPI, and trend observability.

The end-result of pursuing DPE excellence will be a transformative and highly satisfying developer experience.

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Auditorium - EMEA

Community Workshop - Top 5 Jenkins Issues and How to Avoid Them & Demystifying Debugging Through Logging

Alex Taylor
DevOps Engineer, InsightSoftware
Michelle Fogwell
Senior Developer Support Engineer, CloudBees
Ryan Smith
Global Escalation Manager, CloudBees

Jenkins Best Practices: Top 5 Jenkins Issues and Solutions:
This workshop will discuss Jenkins best practices including the inner-workings of the Jenkins application related to JVM Administration tips, and highlight the top 5 issues we see in CloudBees Support, as well as solutions to resolve them. You will walk away prepared to keep Jenkins running smoothly and keep your CI/CD pipeline humming along.

Demystifying Debugging Through Logging:

Logging can be a verbose and noisy experience, especially if you aren’t familiar with the underlying codebase. It can also be the most powerful tool in your arsenal as a Jenkins Administrator. Most Jenkins users are reliant on the outcome of their project as a pass or fail; what if you could empower those users to self-service and reduce the cycle time to issue resolution?

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Auditorium - EMEA

Sponsor Workshop - Sauce Labs: Building a CI/CD Pipeline with Jenkins and Sauce Labs

Josh Grant
Solution Architect, Sauce Labs

In this workshop, we will review how to build and test an application using Jenkins Pipelines and Sauce Labs. We will discuss some continuous delivery recommended practices for the first portion of this workshop, review an example pipeline with an app and tests built with NodeJS. Attendees will then create their own pipelines based on this example using Jenkins and Sauce Labs.
Pre-requisites:
- Have a GitHub account
- Have git installed
- Have NodeJS installed (LTS preferred) - https://nodejs.org/en/
- Have a Sauce Labs account created (can be a free trial) - https://saucelabs.com/sign-up
- Have access to the provided Jenkins server with configure/build permissions

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Auditorium - EMEA

Community Workshop - Introduction to Jenkins X

Viktor Farcic
Jenkins X Product Manager, Principal Software Delivery Strategist, and Developer Advocate, CloudBees
Kara de la Marck
Open Source Community Manager, CloudBees

Through this live hands-on workshop, we'll explore how to create a fully operational continuous delivery pipeline using containers, Kubernetes, Jenkins X, and quite a few other tools.

IMPORTANT: The EMEA workshop is a 4 hour, in-depth, live hands-on workshop. Prerequisites are required prior to joining this workshop.

Pre-requesites for the EMEA workshop must go HERE for the detailed list of requirements.

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Auditorium - EMEA

Sponsor Workshop - Compuware: COBOL + GitHub + CloudBees Jenkins = Mainframe CI/CD

Stuart Ashby
DevOps Specialist, Compuware

Learn how your COBOL source code can be branched/merged/deployed using Github, CloudBees, and Compuware tooling.
About this workshop:

  • If there is a mainframe in your organization, this is an unmissable workshop.
  • This is your opportunity to see how a multi-branch pipeline allows your enterprise to maintain COBOL source code in Github.
  • You can also learn how to exploit Jenkins plugins to download COBOL source code for processing in SonarQube.

No prerequisites: Compuware will provide an AWS hosted instance of Jenkins connected to a real mainframe!

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Auditorium - EMEA

CloudBees Workshop - Anxiety-Free Microservices Release

Grigory Avsyuk
Solutions Architect, CloudBees
Tyler Johnson
Solution Architect, CloudBees

Learn how using CloudBees Rollout based feature flags can reduce risks associated with frequent production deployments.
This is a live hands-on workshop in Zoom Breakout

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Auditorium - EMEA

Sponsor Workshop - NowSecure Mobile DevSecOps: Best Practices Building & Delivering Secure Mobile Apps that Attackers Hate

Anthony Ramirez
Senior Application Security Analyst & Trainer, NowSecure

With mobile apps now dominating web traffic for most organizations, they are finding that their Android and iOS apps have become the main target of hackers and criminals. The drive to deliver innovative mobile apps often leave gaps that these thieves can exploit. In this session, attendees will learn to understand the attacker's perspective, discover the common mistakes that have hurt production mobile apps, and learn how to build better quality apps. With proper understanding of mobile app security and privacy, secure by design doesn’t have to be a longshot. And to help your secure pipeline run faster, we’ll show approaches for automating security and privacy testing in your Jenkins CI/CD pipeline for continuous security (CS).

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