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Wednesday, August 26
 

07:01 PDT

Opening Keynote: The Power of GitLab
Join Sid Sijbrandij, CEO of GitLab, for the opening session at GitLab Commit. Sid will speak to the power of GitLab and how Everyone Can Contribute.

Speakers
avatar for Sid Sijbrandij

Sid Sijbrandij

CEO, GitLab
Sid’s career path has been anything but traditional, which inspires GitLab’s belief that “everyone can contribute.” He first encountered GitLab while working as a self-taught Ruby programmer and quickly discovered his passion for open source. In 2012, he commercialized GitLab... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 07:01 - 07:28 PDT
Yellow Keynote Stage

07:01 PDT

GitLab Groundworks Training and Certification: Office Hours
GitLab experts, Chris Timberlake and Joe Brady will be available answering questions for GitLab Groundworks attendees.

GitLab Groundworks is a paid add-on to GitLab Commit Virtual. You must be registered to attend this session. Click here to find out more.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Brady

Joe Brady

Professional Services Technical Instructor, GitLab
avatar for Chris Timberlake

Chris Timberlake

Professional Services Engineer, GitLab


Wednesday August 26, 2020 07:01 - 14:00 PDT
GitLab Groundworks

07:29 PDT

DevOps Works! ...Why Hasn’t Security Kept Up?
Over the past decade, DevOps has solidified itself as the best-in-class way for engineering teams to build, deliver, and operate software. Software companies that have started in more recent years have had the fortune of being able to bake DevOps in from the beginning, and older companies know that DevOps is the future. With this proven model, however, application security has not kept up.

The current application security model is broken. While operations and QA were “shifting left,” embracing automation and dev-first tooling, application security stayed stagnant. Many application security teams today still rely on infrequent production-only scans, outdated tooling, and internal cultural processes that prevent scaling. In this talk, StackHawk Founder & CEO, Joni Klippert, will dig into her learnings from building DevOps focused VictorOps from seed stage to its acquisition by Splunk and where the future of application security is headed. Learn how engineering teams can take ownership of their AppSec, the role security teams can play in building infrastructure for secure application development, and how this all can be automated in the pipeline.

Speakers
avatar for Joni Klippert

Joni Klippert

Co-Founder & CEO, StackHawk
Joni Klippert is Founder & CEO of StackHawk, a software-as-a-service company built to help developers find and fix AppSec bugs in their code, before they hit production. Joni has been building software for developers for more than 10 years, previously serving as VP Product, VictorOps... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 07:29 - 07:56 PDT
Yellow Keynote Stage

07:57 PDT

Automation, Mastery & Purpose: The New New Transformation Paradigm
Based on Gartner and similar researches, 75% of organizations that embarked in a DevOps transformation will fail to meet their goals by 2025. The key challenges to Agile & DevOps transformation are not technology related but cultural and organizational. In this presentation, we will take a radical shift from traditional transformational models, and explore a new transformational paradigm centered around 3 pillars - Automation, Mastery and Purpose, and focus on the foundational and intertwined most critical business drivers, Developer's Velocity and empowered Culture.

Speakers
avatar for Shaaron A Alvares

Shaaron A Alvares

Sr. Agile DevOps Transformation Coach, T-Mobile
Shaaron A. Alvares works as an Agile and DevOps Transformation Coach at T-Mobile. She has a global work experience leading product, organizational agility and cultural transformation across technology, aerospace, automotive, finance and telecom industries within various global Fortune... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 07:57 - 08:24 PDT
Yellow Keynote Stage

08:25 PDT

Measuring DevOps
Learn how to measure and improve your team's software delivery performance by assessing four key software delivery metrics.

Software metrics often pit different functions against each other and result in local optimizations at the cost of overall outcomes. Our research has developed and validated four metrics that provide a high-level systems view of software delivery and performance and predict an organization’s ability to achieve its goals. Accurate collection of the data required to measure the four key metrics can be time consuming, error prone, and incomplete.

This session will introduce some automation with Google Cloud Platform that automates the generation and collection of the metrics required to measure the four key software delivery performance metrics.

Speakers
avatar for Nathen Harvey

Nathen Harvey

Cloud Developer Advocate, Google
Nathen Harvey, Cloud Developer Advocate at Google, helps the community understand and apply DevOps and SRE practices in the cloud. He is part of the DevOpsDays conferences global organizing committee and was a technical reviewer for the Accelerate State of DevOps Report.Nathen formerly... Read More →
avatar for Dina Graves Portman

Dina Graves Portman

Google Cloud Developer Programs Engineer, Google
Dina Graves Portman is a Google Cloud Developer Programs Engineer with a deep passion for mining meaning out of data. In her six years at Google, she’s served on all sides of the data world, including analytics, engineering, machine learning, and consulting. Currently, she’s focused... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 08:25 - 08:55 PDT
Yellow Keynote Stage

09:12 PDT

State Of DevSecOps - Empower Developers To Find And Fix Security Flaws
The top two measurements for development team success are quality and customer satisfaction. Security flaws decrease both. Unfortunately, developers aren’t taught how to write secure code. Application security pros are charged with the task of helping developers release secure code without slowing their release speed. DevSecOps methods can be used to effectively automate prerelease testing and production protections at the speed developers require. Join guest speaker, Amy DeMartine from Forrester Research to learn what the state of the most popular DevSecOps methods are and how you can increase security by boosting developer security know-how.

Speakers
avatar for Amy Demartine

Amy Demartine

VP, Research Director Serving Security & Risk Professionals, Forrester
Amy helps security and risk professionals transform their current software and application security practices to support continuous delivery and improvement, focusing on strong partnerships with application development, operations, and business teams. Her research covers topics such... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 09:12 - 09:37 PDT
Magenta Stage

09:12 PDT

Teaching the Basics About Git(Lab)
Learning how to use GitLab is great, but teaching others how to use GitLab is even better!

Feu is a technical trainer who has been giving GitLab trainings to new user of all kinds for over a year. Based on their experience, Feu will share insights, learnings, tips, and best practices for teaching others about Git and GitLab. They’ve tried out a few different strategies on how to explain the basics to beginners and will share the ones that have proven to be most successful with you!

Speakers
avatar for Feu Mourek

Feu Mourek

GitLab Trainer, NETWAYS
Feu has been working in tech for a few years now – Specialised in Web Development and Design, and a passion for data visualisation they spent a lot of time being a part of the development team of the monitoring tool Icinga Web 2.There they got to know about GitLab and started to... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 09:12 - 09:37 PDT
Orange Stage

09:12 PDT

Leading DevOps Transformation with GitLab Data
With a pivot to a DevOps mindset at Northwestern Mutual, we wanted to chart and demonstrate our progress on that journey. We developed a process to leverage the robust project and pipeline data from Gitlab and aggregated it into dashboards to provide visibility on current state and trending over time. In this session, we'll show what types of metrics we captured and how this data drives improvements.

Speakers
avatar for Nicole Schultz

Nicole Schultz

Assistant Director, Engineering, Northwestern Mutual
Nicole started her career as a developer working on large, monolithic applications following the waterfall model of software development. Eager to help other development teams avoid the inefficiency of this model she had experienced first-hand, she joined Northwestern Mutual as a... Read More →
avatar for Bobbi Wenzler

Bobbi Wenzler

Senior Product Manager, Northwestern Mutual
Bobbi’s interest in technology started at an early age when her grandparents taught her how to boot pc games from a floppy disk, which led to a 14-year career in technology that has spanned various roles in development and product management. She is currently the Product Manager... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 09:12 - 09:37 PDT
Purple Stage

09:38 PDT

Building an Online Store With GitLab Pages
Many businesses today find that having an online storefront is increasingly becoming a necessity if they want to maintain and grow their customer base. However, in Kenya where ecommerce is rapidly growing, entrepreneurs and small business owners are finding that many professional ecommerce platforms haven’t been designed for the local market and are either expensive and/or cannot be easily customized for their needs.

Thankfully, checkout tools such as Flutter and Stripe allow one to turn a simple static webpage into an online shop. GitLab CI/CD provides a mechanism to run tests, track changes, and deploy static websites using GitLab Pages. For many small businesses who want their own online space at a low cost and low complexity, this is an ideal solution. This solution is also helpful for projects that have associated merchandise. In this session, Benson will give an overview of how this system is being used in Kenya along with recorded a demo

Speakers
avatar for Benson Muite

Benson Muite

Software Developer, Kichakato Kizito
Benson Muite is a software developer based in Nairobi, Kenya who isinterested in computer performance evaluation and likes open sourcesoftware. He has used and deployed GitLab for a number of projects,mostly in numerical and high performance computing. GitLab runners makelife, teaching... Read More →
avatar for Bernard Banta

Bernard Banta

CTO and Co-founder, Finplus
Currently the CTO and Co-founder at Finplus. Banta is a computer scientist and an entrepreneur. He is passionate about technology and how it can be used to leverage and transform Africa in the way we live, work, play and govern. In his spare time, he'll often preside over executive... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 09:38 - 09:50 PDT
Orange Stage

09:38 PDT

Ubiquitous Quality Through Continuous Testing Pipelines
Continuous Testing is the crucial ingredient to rapidly deliver quality apps from your GitLab CI/CD pipelines. Rather than weekly or monthly release cycles, you need scalable quality patterns that deliver rapid daily or hourly releases. You need to thoroughly test every commit.

We’ll discuss building powerful continuous testing workflows with GitLab CI/CD pipelines and GitLab’s mabl integration to deliver testing insights on every push, directly into the relevant developer commit or merge request. We’ll review common UI testing patterns you can use from simple page tests to complex end to end application test suites, all running and scaling automatically within your GitLab CI/CD pipelines.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Lust

Joe Lust

Cloud Infrastructure Lead, Mabl
Joe Lust is an infrastructure engineer at mabl, where he helps redefine end to end software testing automation. His goal is to automate all the things at scale, including TDD, BDD, and CI/CD. He’s been working in the cloud for 12 years, from serving as the MC10 cloud lead to co-founding... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 09:38 - 10:03 PDT
Magenta Stage

09:38 PDT

Why Your Organization Should Embrace The Community Model!
The benefits of DevOps come with a steep learning curve. At State Farm, we believe that in order to successfully transform and create a DevOps culture, we have to embrace the community model—the promotion of (and reliance on) knowledge sharing for both failures and successes, so that teams may learn from the past in order to succeed at scale.

The community model prevents unnecessary waste, enables architecture and code reuse, and allows teams to share best practices. It also enables cultural change. In this presentation we will articulate the community model, share our lessons learned with three years experience operating within it, and explain why and how other organizations should embrace it.

Speakers
avatar for Karl Cardenas

Karl Cardenas

Architecture Manager - Public Cloud, State Farm
Karl Cardenas is an Architecture Manager for State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Companies. His primary role is advancing Public Cloud platform architecture, evaluating new technologies, vendor products, and general cloud-related consulting. Other duties include includes creating... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 09:38 - 10:03 PDT
Purple Stage

09:51 PDT

GitLab, The Go-to DevOps Tool for Non-profits and Early-stage Companies
Asad Raza currently serves as Coder in Chief @ Coder in Chief LLC, a product consulting company in Austin TX which focuses on digitally transforming non-profits and brick and mortar industries.

Asad will be going through his experience on the importance of a single DevOps tool on software development lifecycle at his company and how to set up SOPs to ship products faster.

Speakers
avatar for Asad Raza

Asad Raza

Coder-in-Chief
Asad Raza currently serves as Coder in Chief @ Coder in Chief LLC, a product consulting company in Austin TX which focuses on digitally transforming non-profits and brick and mortar industries.Asad will be going through his experience on the importance of a single DevOps tool on software... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 09:51 - 10:03 PDT
Orange Stage

10:04 PDT

A Small (But Vital) Step In Our DevOps Journey
With an engineer-constrained team experienced in waterfall methodologies, Rolls Royce UK SMRs set out to enable modern, Agile tools, techniques and philosophies. This presentation will detail how COVID-19 provided the catalyst to starting our DevOps journey, and how using GitLab as our lifecycle management tool has allowed us to incrementally migrate to a DevOps solution, providing value for inflight tasks, whilst enabling a framework to ease development, testing and deployment of an increasingly complex nuclear analytical method.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Adams

Scott Adams

Performance Methods Lead, Rolls-Royce (UK SMR)
Scott Adams is a Physicst by education, engineer on paper, and software developer in practice. Scott's been working for Rolls-Royce since 2015 in the nuclear sector and has held various developer responsibilities, with his current role being Performance Methods Lead for the Rolls-Royce... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 10:04 - 10:16 PDT
Purple Stage

10:04 PDT

Checkmarx Integration with GitLab
DevSecOps applies application security testing during the CI stage, putting “Sec” into DevOps. Security tools must provide meaningful, actionable results. This presentation will show the Checkmarx integration with GitLab CI/CD, along with the challenges we had with the security integration. Topics covered include:
- Merge Requests discussions
- Vulnerability management
- Integration with GitLab's Security Dashboard
- CxFlow – Checkmarx spring boot application that orchestrates the initiation of static application security testing and software composition analysis and imports the results into GitLab’s ecosystem.

Speakers
avatar for James Brotsos

James Brotsos

Solutions Engineer, Checkmarx
James brings a passion for architecting solutions that can be effective in driving security measures for DevOps organizations, essentially transforming that DevOps group into a full blown DevSecOps group. James follows application security trends, security issues facing developers... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 10:04 - 10:29 PDT
Magenta Stage

10:04 PDT

GitLab for Collaboration Beyond Code
It’s now been several years since GNOME, a free and open source desktop environment for Unix-like operating systems, switched to centralizing their contribution process on GitLab. In that time, the GNOME Foundation staff has begun using GitLab for everything from conference organizing and design to fundraising and Code of Conduct reporting. In this session, Molly de Blanc, Strategic Initiatives Manager, will share how GitLab fits into workflows; the wide range of uses; and the features they find most helpful (or wish they had).

Speakers
avatar for Molly de Blanc

Molly de Blanc

Strategic Initiatives Manager, GNOME Foundation
Molly de Blanc is the Strategic Initiatives Manager at the GNOME Foundation, where she, among other things, builds partnerships with other organizations, organizes fundraising activities, and writes a lot of emails. She is a former Director of the Open Source Initiative and served... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 10:04 - 10:29 PDT
Orange Stage

10:17 PDT

Lean Portfolio Management Through GitLab Epics
Organizing a portfolio of IT projects and aligning to strategic initiatives while managing day-to-day organization of teams and work is challenging and complicated. This presentation will provide a simple approach to Portfolio Management in an IT environment. Using GitLab Epics, we will demonstrate how to manage the entire IT project portfolio, from planning, to collaboration, to measuring real progress toward strategic goals and KPIs.

Speakers
avatar for Alberto Dominguez

Alberto Dominguez

Managing Partner, Sperta Consulting
Alberto describes himself as a mix of programmer, manager and teacher. He has been successfully delivering IT solutions for the last 20 years, from startups to Fortune 500 companies all around the world. Now, he spends the most of his time supporting teams on implementing Agile... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 10:17 - 10:29 PDT
Purple Stage

10:30 PDT

Getting Fuzzy: Blurring The Lines Of Traditional QA & Security Testing
Fuzz testing is a new tool in the development arsenal enabling developers to inject random, malformed data into their application and see what happens! Fuzz testing helps identify bugs and security issues (e.g., unknown vulnerabilities) that traditional testing processes commonly miss as they are focused on known vulnerabilities. In this session, we will define what fuzz testing is, what it is not, why is it important, and how to get up and running quickly. We will also share several real-world examples of how fuzz testing was used to find bugs that otherwise wouldn't have been discovered. We will end this session with demos of two different fuzz testing techniques within the development workflow leveraging GitLab SCM, CI, and Vulnerability Management.

Speakers
avatar for David DeSanto

David DeSanto

Director, Product - Sec, GitLab
David is a security expert with over 15 years of security research and product strategy experience. Prior to GitLab, David worked for an industry leading testing services organization leading the cybersecurity product strategy and product team as well as leading UX Design and Threat... Read More →
avatar for Sam Kerr

Sam Kerr

Principal Product Manager, GitLab
Sam Kerr is Principal Product Manager at GitLab. Mr. Kerr holds a patent and has written over a dozen peer-reviewed publications on cryptography, reverse engineering, identity management, and information security. Prior to GitLab, Mr. Kerr delivered multiple award-winning products... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 10:30 - 10:55 PDT
Magenta Stage

10:30 PDT

To Go Where No One Has Gone Before…
What does it look like for a team to adopt Docker and GitLab CI/CD when they haven’t been using them previously?

With our first CI/CD run we decided to fully commit ourselves to the GitOps philosophy and during the upcoming years, we hit a lot of obstacles. But, these experiences welded us together even more. By using GitLab we invented a lot of new tools but the most important thing was that we have built it up together, bottom up, with us as individuals.

Follow my talk and see how we started our adventure through the endless space of the GitLab galaxy and listen how we are using our experience, our knowledge and our team friendship to build up creative innovative solutions today. You will see that together with human friendship you can go where no one has gone before.

Speakers
avatar for Mario Kleinsasser

Mario Kleinsasser

Team Leader Cloud Solutions, STRABAG BRVZ IT
Mario Kleinsasser is the team leader of a small cloud solution operations team within the IT department of the STRABAG SE construction company. For more than 15 years he's surfing the wave of change with passion. Mario was a speaker at the DevOps Gathering 2018 and 2019 in Bochum... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 10:30 - 10:55 PDT
Orange Stage

10:30 PDT

Automating Modernization with Anthos Migrate
This session will focus on automating the activities associated with isolating and extracting microservices from a monolithic application. In this session, we will discuss the “migrate then modernize” strategy of cloud adoption. Our approach will highlight areas of opportunity to implement automation and enable modernization efforts for a mass-migration process. Attendees should expect to leave with the understanding of:
Where “migrate then modernize” is a good fit and where it is not
An opinionated approach on automating a mass-migration enabling modernization
Brief overview on isolating and extracting black-box monoliths
How to leverage GitLab to increase consistency while reducing time-to-deployment of extracted services

Speakers
avatar for Mike Ensor

Mike Ensor

Cloud Solutions Architect, Google
Mike is a Cloud Solutions Architect for Google focusing on modernizing development and application practices using industry DevOps principles. Mike has been a regular presenter at conferences across the globe on topics such as automated policy management, implementing “shift-left... Read More →
avatar for Kurt Dusek

Kurt Dusek

Solutions Architect, GitLab
Kurt is a Solutions Architect at GitLab, currently supporting Channel Partners building DevOps consulting practices leveraging GitLab, and working with Alliance members to develop joint solutions around software automation and cloud delivery. Prior to GitLab, Kurt worked as a systems... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 10:30 - 11:21 PDT
Purple Stage

10:56 PDT

Your Attackers Won't Be Happy! How GitLab Can Help You Secure Your Cloud Native Applications
Join Nico, Philippe, and Wayne for a session full of Containers, Kubernetes, and security!
In this talk, you will learn how GitLab Defend features can help you to effectively secure your applications and services. We will guide you through different features using real-scenarios use-cases and demos with demonstrations from the perspectives of a software developer, security engineer, and hacker. You will learn how to secure your application ingress using the Web Application Firewall, securing east-west application traffic with Container Network Security as well as threat detection with Container Behaviour Analytics. Everything within your GitLab project!
Walk away and know everything you need to know to successfully secure your cloud native applications and services!

Speakers
avatar for Philippe Lafoucriere

Philippe Lafoucriere

Distinguished Engineer - Secure & Defend, GitLab
Philippe is a Distinguished Engineer at GitLab, focused on the Secure stage of the DevOps lifecycle. In the past, he founded Gemnasium – which monitored software dependencies, notified users of security updates or advisories, and automated open source code updates – which was... Read More →
avatar for Wayne Haber

Wayne Haber

Director Engineering, Threat Management, GitLab
Wayne Haber, CISSP is the director of engineering at GitLab for the threat management department. His teams focus on vulnerability management, Kubernetes container security, and engineering productivity. Wayne has more than 20 years of experience in security and engineering. When... Read More →
avatar for Nico Meisenzahl

Nico Meisenzahl

Senior Cloud & DevOps Consultant, White Duck GmbH
Nico Meisenzahl works as Senior Cloud & DevOps Consultant at white duck. As an elected GitLab Hero, Microsoft MVP and Docker Community Leader and GitLab Hero, his current passion is for topics around Kubernetes, CI/CD, Automation, DevOps, and Cloud.Nico is a frequent speaker at conferences... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 10:56 - 11:21 PDT
Magenta Stage

10:56 PDT

Simple Cluster Deployments Using Nomad and GitLab CI/CD
GitLab has made full CI/CD with Kubernetes a snap! But what if you're managing clusters on-prem? Or perhaps Kubernetes feels like more than you need for a simple deployment or prototype?

In this talk, Tracey will show some simple ways to get a HashiCorp Nomad cluster up quickly, tied in to GitLab, and ready for deployment. Having been both the Kubernetes admin and Nomad admin at Archive.org Tracey will share some of her real-world experiences to highlight the similarities and differences when using each with GitLab CI/CD.

A demo will include showing how to create a simple generic nomad job template that substitutes in GitLab CI/CD variables to make nice job names and nice DNS names. The result will deploy and auto-version with each commit/push.

Speakers
avatar for Tracey Jaquith

Tracey Jaquith

TV Architect, Internet Archive
Tracey Jaquith, TV Architect & DevOps. Tracey was a founding coder and system architect for Internet Archive in 1996, writing multi-threaded servers, crawlers and more. In 2000, she left for four years to follow her Cornell mentor, Dan Huttenlocher, and was a technical lead and founding... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 10:56 - 11:21 PDT
Orange Stage

11:22 PDT

In Context Security: The Destination for DevSecOps
Less than a third of respondents to GitLab's 2020 DevSecOps survey regarded their company's security as "Good", so what's it going to take to get to "Great"? Without the right tools and processes in place, “shift left” security remains more of an aspiration than a reality for many, especially for developers newly tasked with securing software but unequipped to properly do so. Hear from an Open Source security specialist who thinks GitLab's philosophy of reducing context switching in Developer routines also provides a perfect base for the future of DevSecOps.

Speakers
avatar for Rhys Arkins

Rhys Arkins

Director of Product, WhiteSource
Rhys Arkins is the Director of Product at WhiteSource, where he focuses on Develop Solutions. Rhys joined WhiteSource in 2019 through the acquisition of the company he founded, Renovate Bot - an open source tool for automating dependency updates. He is a big proponent of using automation... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 11:22 - 11:47 PDT
Magenta Stage

11:22 PDT

MLOps: DevOps for Machine Learning
While DevOps has been evolving for over a decade, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are just beginning to take advantage of it. This emerging art and science of MLOps is opening new possibilities for engineers and data scientists alike.

In this session Mon will provide a developer’s introduction to MLOps sharing what you need to know to start using your existing skill set to explore this exciting new field. She’ll demonstrate how to use GitLab CI/CD pipelines to bring ML models to production with speed and ease while highly how teams can leverage GitLab for collaboration throughout the process.

Speakers
avatar for Monmayuri Ray

Monmayuri Ray

MLOps/DevOps Solutions Architect, GitLab
Monmayuri is a solutions architect , data scientist, researcher specialising in MLops/Devops at Gitlab in Sydney. She has built creative products to solve challenges for companies in industries as diverse as financial services, healthcare and human capital. Along the way, she has... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 11:22 - 11:47 PDT
Orange Stage

11:22 PDT

Automated Governance
Modernization creates challenges to an organization's governance. This presentation will guide organizations on implementing an automated process for tracking governance throughout the deployment pipeline. It will provide a reference architecture to help guide organizations on how to design and implement such a system, as well as a sample use case to help them further enforce these best practices. Ultimately, An DevOps automated governance process can give organizations the assurance that the delivery of their software and services are trusted.

Speakers
avatar for John Willis

John Willis

Senior Director, Global Transformation Office, Redhat
This presentation is intended to guide organizations on implementing an automated process for tracking governance throughout the deployment pipeline; by providing a reference architecture to help guide organizations on how to design and implement automated governance throughout the... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 11:22 - 12:07 PDT
Purple Stage

11:49 PDT

Contributing to the Secure & Defend Roadmaps
Cindy Blake invites you to contribute to DevSecOps

Speakers
avatar for Cindy Blake

Cindy Blake

Sr. Product Marketing Manager - Security, GitLab


Wednesday August 26, 2020 11:49 - 12:00 PDT
Magenta Stage

11:49 PDT

Continuous Delivery and Infrastructure Testing: A Perfect Fit
As cloud-native applications become the norm, it is increasingly important to test infrastructure changes as well as core logic. How can you ensure that your application can still be deployed? Or verify that networking changes won’t break access to other microservices?

It might surprise you, but you can test your infrastructure along with any other code changes.

This talk will go deep into how to add ""Infrastructure Testing"" to your Continuous Delivery process. We’ll cover:

- Infrastructure as Code, and how tools like Pulumi can radically simplify how you manage cloud infrastructure.
- Different types of Infrastructure Tests, and classes of problems you'll want to look out for.
- Running Infrastructure Tests in your GitLab Pipelines.

Speakers
avatar for Chris Smith

Chris Smith

Software Engineer, Pulumi
Chris Smith is a Software Engineer at Pulumi, where his mission is to make it easier to program the cloud.In a former life he wrote Programming F# for O'Reilly, and may or may not have been instrumental in the unfortunate demise of Google Code Project Hosting. He also believes that... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 11:49 - 12:19 PDT
Orange Stage

12:20 PDT

GitLab Product Keynote
GitLab is a complete DevOps platform, delivered as a single application. We are focused on helping teams thrive by improving their efficiency and velocity while reducing risks. How exactly are we doing that? In this product keynote, hear from Christie and Anoop as they discuss the evolution of the GitLab single application, how the world is moving in our direction, and see some of the most exciting parts that are yet to come.



Speakers
avatar for Christie Lenneville

Christie Lenneville

VP of User Experience, GitLab
Christie is GitLab’s Vice President of UX. She’s spent much of her career empowering UX teams to create pragmatic and thoughtful experiences for deeply technical products. While usability is important in any product, she’s passionate in the belief that it’s especially important... Read More →
avatar for Anoop Dawar

Anoop Dawar

Vice President Of Product Management, GitLab


Wednesday August 26, 2020 12:20 - 12:47 PDT
Yellow Keynote Stage

12:48 PDT

DevSecOps in Government and Highly Regulated Industries
While it may not be obvious, both Government and Industry face the same challenges:

Responsiveness to changing conditions to bring new features and functions to market
Need to keep ahead of competition / threats
Security risks and posture
Rapid time to deliver

Join us as Nicolas Chaillan, Chief Software Officer for the U.S. Air Force, who has been instrumental in leveraging DevSecOps in exciting new ways, highlights some of the innovations that the USAF has implemented, such as;

Software Factory Concept
Setting up off-base teams to address specific software requirements
Engaging Interns and enlisted/employees in the process
Hardened Software Images
Repository of Government approved, hardened software
Process to submit and obtain approval
Best Practices in Government and Regulated industries to adopt this new paradigm of software development"

Speakers
avatar for Nicolas Chaillan

Nicolas Chaillan

Chief Software Officer, U.S. Air Force, USAF
Mr. Nicolas Chaillan, a highly qualified expert, is appointed as the first Air Force Chief Software Officer, under Dr. William Roper, the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, Arlington, Virginia. He is also the co-lead for the Department... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 12:48 - 13:15 PDT
Yellow Keynote Stage

13:16 PDT

Turn Up The Volume Of Your Deployment
How Dell Technologies transformed its Developer Experience to deploy more efficiently and frequently.

Speakers
avatar for Jaynene Hapanowicz

Jaynene Hapanowicz

Senior Vice President, Technology Transformation, Dell
Jaynene Hapanowicz is Senior Vice President of Technology Transformation for Dell Digital, the IT organization that supports Dell. She is tasked with creating an industry-leading developer experience within a multi-cloud framework. This includes automating new cloud services and organization-wide... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 13:16 - 13:46 PDT
Yellow Keynote Stage

14:00 PDT

GitLab Groundworks Training and Certification: Office Hours
GitLab expert, Laci Videmsky will be available answering questions for GitLab Groundworks attendees. 

GitLab Groundworks is a paid add-on to GitLab Commit Virtual. You must be registered to attend this session. Click here to find out more.

Wednesday August 26, 2020 14:00 - 21:00 PDT
GitLab Groundworks

14:02 PDT

How The U.S. Army Cyber School Created ‘Courseware-as-Code’ With GitLab
While the information security space is constantly changing, the United States Army training enterprise operates on a three-year curriculum update cycle. At its inception, the U.S. Army Cyber School recognized this challenge and created a streamlined courseware process using Git to track all instructional material as code. Rather than office documents and static virtual machine snapshots, the school uses markup languages to define instructor and student material, slide decks, and facilitation guides linked to code-driven frameworks to define all training networks, workstations, and activities.

Learn how the Cyber School reduces effort and increases efficiency and transparency necessary to maintain their curriculum relevance and currency.

Speakers
avatar for Ben Allison

Ben Allison

Course Manager, US Army Cyber School
Benjamin Allison is a Cyber Operations Officer in the United States Army. He is assigned to the Army's Cyber School as an instructor, course manager, and technical advisor. Ben inherited Courseware as Code from his predecessors at the school and continues to advocate for its wider... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 14:02 - 14:14 PDT
Magenta Stage

14:02 PDT

Inclusion in Technology: Everybody Belongs and Anybody Can Contribute
Based on 10 years of research on cognitive diversity and innovation, we know that safer and more inclusive DevOps teams perform and innovate better. Companies that have more diverse management drive 19% higher revenue due to greater innovation. Racially diverse teams outperform non-diverse ones by 35%. And 67% of job seekers look for evidence of inclusion and equality programs when considering a new company. Yet, leaders still struggle to create an inclusive environment for their teams. In this presentation, Shaaron will share effective and actionable practices to help DevOps teams and managers embody inclusion through everyday interaction and collaboration.

Speakers
avatar for Shaaron A Alvares

Shaaron A Alvares

Sr. Agile DevOps Transformation Coach, T-Mobile
Shaaron A. Alvares works as an Agile and DevOps Transformation Coach at T-Mobile. She has a global work experience leading product, organizational agility and cultural transformation across technology, aerospace, automotive, finance and telecom industries within various global Fortune... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 14:02 - 14:27 PDT
Purple Stage

14:02 PDT

GitOps-Based Ops Modernization
In this talk, Kubernets GM Bob Wise covers how to evolve DevOps to GitOps, the why, the what and where we are heading. What are the motivators, effective strategies and deployment challenges.

Speakers
avatar for Bob Wise

Bob Wise

General Manager, AWS
Bob Wise joined AWS as General Manager for EKS January 2018 while serving on the board of Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Prior to AWS, Bob served as the CTO of Cloud Native Computing Team at Samsung for 3 years. Mr. Wise also served as the CIO at MTN Satellite Communications... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 14:02 - 14:32 PDT
Orange Stage

14:15 PDT

Deployment & Adoption of GitLab in Government
Currently, many government organizations use multiple tools and platforms to accomplish their cost, schedule, and performance activities. Consequently, developers waste time tracking their work across different platforms and on tool integration as well as on how they operate when they should be focusing on the product delivery that supports the mission.

Discover how NIWC Atlantic is introducing and driving adoption of GitLab as their all-inclusive platform for DevSecOps development Navy-wide and how they are overcoming the government infrastructure deployment challenges of:
* GitLab 13.x via AWS and integration with the RedHat OpenShift Container Platform
* Deployment of HA and AutoScaling in AWS

Speakers
avatar for Edmond Kuqo

Edmond Kuqo

Lead Engineer, NIWC Atlantic
Edmond Kuqo currently serves as the Lead Systems Engineer / DevSecOps for NIWC Atlantic and as a N2N6 liaison for Prometheus Go current pathfinder projects. Prometheus GO a Naval acceleration initiative that aims to drive momentum and adoption of DEVSECOPS across the DON through radical... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 14:15 - 14:27 PDT
Magenta Stage

14:28 PDT

Welcome Home! How The Best Projects Lower The Contribution Barrier
Think of the last time you thought about getting involved with an open source project or developer community. Did you feel like you had all the information? That you knew what was expected? Or if people would be friendly? 🤔 The best communities go out of their way to provide information to contributors-to-be and new contributors, greatly increasing their chance of success. In this talk, I’ll share some tips and examples that will help your community make new contributors feel right at home.

Speakers
avatar for Josh Dzielak

Josh Dzielak

Co-Founder & CTO, Orbit
Josh Dzielak is a developer advocate and software engineer, and currently the cofounder and CTO of Orbit. Prior to Orbit, Josh led the developer relations team at Algolia and was the VP Engineering at Keen IO. It was there Josh started developing the Orbit Model, an alternative to... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 14:28 - 14:40 PDT
Purple Stage

14:28 PDT

DevSecOps At The Brazilian Federal Public Ministry...Exclusively With Open Source Tools
The Brazilian Federal Public Ministry has evolved its deployment strategy from a basically manual approach with few automations to a fully automated, continuous delivery strategy based on GitLab, Docker, and Kubernetes.

Learn about their DevSecOps Flow, which includes test automation, source code quality assurance, deployment tests, automation of Docker container builds, and deployment in Kubernetes clusters. See how security requirements are validated during the continuous delivery process by validating vulnerabilities in the source code (static analysis) and security scanning of Docker images...all created exclusively with open source tools.

Speakers
avatar for Leonn Paiva

Leonn Paiva

Senior Software Engineer, Brazilian Federal Public Ministry - Prosecution General of the Republic
Senior Software Engineer with +10 years of experience in architecting and developing robust, highly scalable, multi-tier applications.Working in the government and private sphere, a technology enthusiast with an entrepreneur vision always seeking challenges.Aims to build solutions... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 14:28 - 14:53 PDT
Magenta Stage

14:33 PDT

Google Anthos Cluster Change Control with GitOps and GitLab CI
This session focuses on using GitLab CI and GitOps practices to build an operations pipeline that can help operators confidently roll out change across their multiple Google Anthos clusters.

Google Anthos enables teams to develop and deploy Kubernetes based applications at rapid pace across multiple on-prem and cloud environments.

Anthos Config Management is a key tool in managing these diverse environments, but requires the maturity of GitOps based processes and supporting tooling such as GitLab.

Speakers
avatar for Shea Stewart

Shea Stewart

Partner, Arctiq Inc.
With the bulk of his career focused on infrastructure solution architecture and implementation, Shea now brings that knowledge into the development space. Working with software development and infrastructure teams, Shea focuses on improving technology processes through automation... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 14:33 - 14:58 PDT
Orange Stage

14:41 PDT

Communication Hacks: Strategies For Fostering Collaboration And Dealing With Conflict In Open Source Communities
Do you struggle with giving or receiving feedback? Have you found it difficult to work with team members you only talk to online, or who belong to a different culture than you do? Do you wish you had more charisma?

After reading many self-help books, watching various TED Talks, and listening to a ton of podcasts, I've condensed my learnings to help you improve your communications skills, deal with conflict, and collaborate better than ever in open source communities (and everywhere else).

Speakers
avatar for Nuritzi Sanchez

Nuritzi Sanchez

Sr. Open Source Program Manager, GitLab
Nuritzi is currently a Sr. Open Source Program Manager at GitLab, Inc. There, she runs the GitLab for Open Source program and focuses on initiatives that make GitLab a great place for open source projects to thrive at scale. Previous to GitLab, Nuritzi was a founding team member of... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 14:41 - 14:53 PDT
Purple Stage

14:54 PDT

Design Contributions To OSS: Learnings From The Open Design Workshops Project
In this session, we’ll briefly cover the history of the project and the main problems we attempted to solve and we’ll present the learning and adaptions to our workshop framework and methodology that aims to engage design teams and individuals that are not yet ‘on-board’ with OSS as an ethos or movement.

Looking into some the abstract deeper motivations for design professionals to contribute but also some practical tips on structuring issues, labelling and maintaining design (and extended functions like research, UX and product management) you’ll leave with a set of tools and methods you can apply to your OSS to engage with designers.

Speakers
avatar for Eriol Fox

Eriol Fox

Designer, Third Sector Design & Open Source Design
Eriol is a Design Lead who has worked in-house for 10+ years. Eriol works primarily with NGO's, charities, non-profits and open source software through their roles at Third Sector Design and Humanitarian.design, Eriol is part of the core team at Open Source Design (http://opensourcedesign.net... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 14:54 - 15:19 PDT
Purple Stage

14:54 PDT

Scientific Computing and Engineering Design Accelerated by CI/CD
The UK has recently launched ASiMoV, one of the largest projects in high-performance computing (HPC) that ambitiously aims to deliver the world's first high-fidelity simulations of a complete gas-turbine engine during operation. Each simulation must be reproducible and therefore underpinned by a code that is extremely reliable as well as extensively tested....and changes to the code must be trusted to not introduce unintended flaws.

CI/CD is a key enabler to execute ASiMoV and the entire infrastructure heavily relies on Gitlab—from unit testing all the way to website deployment, including the distribution of containerized development environments. Discover how the application of CI/CD to scientific computing, in the context of an extraordinary engineering project, is leading toward ""virtual certification"" of gas-turbine engines.

Speakers
avatar for Mattia Montanari

Mattia Montanari

Associate Researcher, Oxford University
Mattia Montanari is a computational scientist at the University of Oxford. His research deploys algorithms to make product development faster, easier and more accessible than ever. He advocates for a mantra of automation as opposed to copy-paste.Mattia completed his bachelor’s in... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 14:54 - 15:19 PDT
Magenta Stage

14:59 PDT

Shaping a Financial Service’s Cloud Strategy Using GitLab and Terraform
Join us to learn how we helped one of the largest financial services institutions in the world shape their cloud strategy using GitLab and Terraform. Starting on a cloud journey brings so many questions around resource provisioning & management, security, compliance, how to enable the team with easy access to definitions, and keep everyone updated. As we know, the most reliable source of truth is the code, so the use of infrastructure as code paired with an inner-source process is a solid foundation.

Speakers
avatar for Diego Camizotti

Diego Camizotti

Developer Master, CI&T
Diego has been working with CI&T on Solution Architecture and DevOps related projects since 2015, and has helped clients with modern software engineering practices that enabled them to improve development and deployment cycle. Recently he had the opportunity to work on a cloud migration... Read More →
avatar for Rodrigo Domingues

Rodrigo Domingues

Principal Architect, CI&T
Rodrigo has over 15 years in experience building software solutions for enterprises with a focus on modern strategies for architecture and software development. Lead several technical teams for large global banks and financial institutions, and has served as lead architect for complex... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 14:59 - 15:24 PDT
Orange Stage

15:20 PDT

Holding A Non-Traditional Retrospective
Retrospectives are traditionally held to evaluate how a launch went, determine what went well (and what didn’t) at a recent conference, or recap a recent outage.

But what if we use the retrospective model with an open source community? If we encourage a safe and open environment to share candid opinions and experiences, a retrospective can be an effective way to solicit feedback beyond the questions asked on the forum.

By using tools like Kanban boards to organize “post-it notes” into columns of What’s going well? What’s going poorly? and What could we be doing better?, you can have an open and honest conversation with engaged community members.

Speakers
avatar for Mary Thengvall

Mary Thengvall

Director, Developer Relations, Camunda
Mary Thengvall is a connector of people at heart, personally and professionally. She loves digging into the strategy of how to build and foster developer communities and has been doing so for over 10 years. Mary is the Director of Developer Relations at Camunda. In addition to her... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 15:20 - 15:45 PDT
Purple Stage

15:20 PDT

DevOps 101: Getting to Minimal Viable 'DevOpsness'
Did you ever make a promise you were not sure you could keep? Did you ever wish someone would just tell you how to get started or offer practical tidbits of what to think about BEFORE you began implementing a new process? Learn how one agency began their DevOps journey doing the right things but focused on the short-term wins which ultimately lead to unmet expectations.

‘Getting to Minimal Viable DevOps-ness’ is the story of how the National Museum of African American History and Culture started with a blank slate and embraced their implementation challenges to develop a robust set of lessons learned and a flexible DevOps design pattern.

Speakers
avatar for Rayvn Manuel

Rayvn Manuel

Senior Application Developer/Architect and Lead DevOps Engineer, National Museum of African American History and Culture
Rayvn serves as the Senior Application Developer/Architect and Lead DevOps Engineer for the National Museum of African American History and Culture’s [NMAAHC’s] Digital Media group. She is the principal developer responsible for the planning, design and implementation of some... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 15:20 - 15:45 PDT
Magenta Stage

15:25 PDT

Ship Code More Securely with GitLab and HashiCorp Vault
Come learn more about installing Vault as a GitLab managed application, directly authenticating to Vault using JSON Web Tokens (JWTs), and using the native integration with GitLab's runners and CI/CD pipelines.

GitLab and HashiCorp are partnering to bring together the scale and simplicity of GitLab CI/CD with HashiCorp Vault's superior secrets management solution.

This will be a joint session with GitLab and Hashicorp to discuss all things secrets management.

Speakers
avatar for Krasimir Angelov

Krasimir Angelov

Backend Engineer, Release, GitLab
Kras is a software developer interested in all things backend, ops and automation. He loves fishing and spending time outdoors with his family.
avatar for Jackie Meshell

Jackie Meshell

Senior Product Manager, GitLab
Jackie has championed market-leading product development teams for the past seven year in the software-as-a-service industry. At GitLab, she is a senior product manager within Ops Section, responsible for shipping features that help our users seamless deliver products continuously... Read More →
avatar for Gideon Wulfsohn

Gideon Wulfsohn

Sr. Solutions Engineer, HashiCorp
Gideon Wulfsohn is a Senior Solutions Engineer at HashiCorp where he helps enterprises adopt modern infrastructure practices. Prior to joining HashiCorp he worked as a Solutions Architect at AWS within a patch of 150 high growth businesses while also supporting the go to market strategy... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 15:25 - 15:50 PDT
Orange Stage

15:46 PDT

My Unexpected Journey to Become A GitLab Hero
As a developer using GitLab for a few personal projects and a long time Open Source contributor, joining the GitLab Heroes program was an opportunity to expand my knowledge of DevOps, improve my skills, and connect with other GitLabbers. After a year, I can share how the journey has been and why (or why not) you should join the program.

Speakers
avatar for Mario García

Mario García

GitLab Hero, Mozilla Reps
An active Open Source user and contributor for over a decade. Speaker at tech and innovation events since 2008, has attended events in Latin America and Europe. An active Mozilla contributor since 2011 and Mozilla Reps. Joined GitLab Heroes in 2019 and has been supporting communities... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 15:46 - 16:11 PDT
Purple Stage

15:46 PDT

Scaling DevOps at the NSA
Like many large public sector organizations, the National Security Agency (NSA) had a volunteer-led source code repository running on old hardware. Through a team of passionate developers, the NSA developed a public-private partnership with GitLab and Amazon Web Services (AWS). Through this partnership, NSA migrated from on-premises hardware to AWS. This effort involved refactoring a non-version controlled environment to a version controlled, fully automated deployment strategy using Infrastructure-as-Code. The migration leveraged AWS managed services to drastically improve the reliability of the service, in order to provide the performance and stability the NSA’s mission requires. Join this talk to learn about NSA’s DevOps journey and the technology they used along the way.

Speakers
avatar for Eric Mosher

Eric Mosher

Technical Lead, NSA


Wednesday August 26, 2020 15:46 - 16:11 PDT
Magenta Stage

15:51 PDT

Creating Production Ready Containers with Cloud Native Buildpacks
In this session we will cover the basics of Cloud Native Buildpacks and show how they can be leveraged from GitLab pipelines. By the end of this talk you’ll understand how you can make short work of building images in a secure, repeatable way.

Building production-grade container images with confidence and ease has become a critical element to achieving productivity and success, yet presents significant challenges. Cloud Native Buildpacks make it quick and easy to go from source to container image for a variety of languages, while providing security, auditability, transparency, and control for building and patching images.

Join for live chat-box Q&A with the speakers and for the 15-minutes following their talk.

Speakers
avatar for Andreas Evers

Andreas Evers

Senior Solutions Architect, VMware
Andreas Evers works at VMware as a senior solutions architect on the Application Transformation team. He’s passionate about distributed architecture, communication protocols, microservices and software design principles. He often speaks at conferences, writes blogs and shares his... Read More →
avatar for Cora Iberkleid

Cora Iberkleid

Developer Advocate, VMware
Cora Iberkleid is part developer advocate, part advisory solutions engineer at VMware, helping developers and enterprises navigate and adopt modern practices and technologies including Spring, Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry, Tanzu, and modern CI/CD.


Wednesday August 26, 2020 15:51 - 16:21 PDT
Orange Stage

16:12 PDT

Accelerating Speed to Mission Through Low-to-High Cross Domain Collaboration
Government development teams need the ability to work seamlessly across disparate network enclaves, with all artifacts, issues, and code intact as if they were working on the same DevSecOps project. How can they accelerate their speed to mission without compromising security?

Discover how two Intelligence Community organizations empowered their teams with seamless collaboration across enclaves to dramatically increase their delivery on the mission.

Speakers
avatar for Marc Kriz

Marc Kriz

Strategic Leader, National Security Programs, GitLab
Marc Kriz is a senior market leader with GitLab, focused on driving innovative, end-to-end DevOps transformation in the National Security Community. As a technology specialist and trusted advisor to the U.S. Intelligence Community, he works with government agency clients and industry... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 16:12 - 16:24 PDT
Magenta Stage

16:12 PDT

The State of Black Software Development
Recent events have raised awareness of pervasive issues facing blacks in America. Further, blacks have historically been underrepresented in software development, accounting for approximately 2% of software developers despite making up approximately 13% of the American population. Many companies claim to be committed to diversifying their software engineering workforce, and these promises have only accelerated in recent months. However, aside from data revealing their prevalence among software developers, little publicly available data or analysis exists on the professional experience of black software developers. In this presentation, I analyze pay gaps, paths to promotion, job and career satisfaction, and other aspects of black software development to better understand the career journeys of black software engineers.

Speakers
avatar for Nnamdi Iregbulem

Nnamdi Iregbulem

Partner, Lightspeed Venture Partners
Nnamdi Iregbulem is a passionate technologist and Partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners, focusing on software investments across developer tools, application infrastructure, and machine learning. Previously, he was an investor at ICONIQ Capital, where he invested in companies like... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 16:12 - 16:37 PDT
Purple Stage

16:22 PDT

Real World DevOps with Azure Cloud and GitLab
Starting from nothing but source code, I will demo a complete deployment of a complex modern application in Azure cloud using DevOps best practices.

A typical “Hello World” DevOps demo doesn’t really help us figure out how to do DevOps in the real world. In this session, I will touch on modern technologies and techniques including Infrastructure as Code, setting up DNS, deploying a database, disaster recovery, and using API's hosted in Kubernetes clusters, all the way to mobile apps, all from within our pipelines.

All techniques shown and discussed can be used with any DevOps tooling and any cloud, but in this talk, we will be using GitLab as our DevOps tooling and Azure as our cloud.

Speakers
avatar for Abel	Wang

Abel Wang

Principal Cloud Advocate, DevOps Lead, Microsoft
Abel Wang is a Principal Cloud Advocate and DevOps Lead at Microsoft, specializing in DevOps and Azure with a background in application development. He is currently part of Donovan Brown's League of Extraordinary Cloud DevOps Advocates. Before joining Microsoft, Abel spent seven years... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 16:22 - 16:47 PDT
Orange Stage

16:25 PDT

Enabling the Tactical Edge Through DevSecOps in a Box
The ability to have the most recent, updated information at the tactical edge—where there is no or intermittent network connectivity—can save lives or cause the loss of a battalion. Constantly updated evolutionary data in the form of “DevSecOps in a Box” can enable operations at the tactical edge and give the ability to modify any application to fit an environment, updating intermittently when a network is established. Warfighters, airmen, marines, sailors, and other sectors of the military rely heavily on this capability.

Learn how tactical applications like logistics, cyber, information gathering, and ISR are using offline capabilities for DevSecOps to meet field requirements securely and reliably.

Speakers
avatar for Anshuman (Andy) Patel

Anshuman (Andy) Patel

CEO, Jasper Solutions
Anshuman (Andy) Patel is the Founder, CEO, and Director of Jasper Solutions Inc. Founded in 2002, Jasper is an innovative technology company that serves the technology needs of both public and private sectors with a growing focus on cybersecurity, DevSecOps, cloud, data visualization... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 16:25 - 16:37 PDT
Magenta Stage

16:41 PDT

Chef Demo: Risk Management in a Coded Enterprise
The biggest risk to a modern enterprise is production outages. The biggest source of that risk is uncontrolled change to environments and configurations. Chef's Enterprise Automation Stack enables an enterprise to take control of change from any source.

Speakers
avatar for Greg Sloan

Greg Sloan

Senior Field Solutions Architect, Chef
Greg Sloan joined Chef 2 years ago as a Senior Field Solutions Architect. He has been in the business of automation for a decade, after starting his career as a storage networking test engineer. Greg has helped design and build many large scale automated environment deployment and... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 16:41 - 16:56 PDT
Purple Stage

16:41 PDT

Cloud-Native Security: Processes And Tools To Protect Modern Applications
Cloud-Native development with containers and serverless functions are being deployed at an increasing pace. This shift to cloud-native development puts more responsibility on developers to secure their applications and development toolchain. In this session, we will discuss how, where and when to apply a security-centric approach to application development. We will cover the security best practices followed within Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) as a case-study.

Speakers
avatar for Rand Waldron

Rand Waldron

Vice President, Global Government Sector, Oracle
Rand Waldron is Vice President of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Product Development. He is responsible for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s Global Government Sector team and leading the strategy, development and deployment of Oracle’s National Security Region product line. Mr. Waldron... Read More →
avatar for Ram Kailasanathan

Ram Kailasanathan

Senior Director of Product Management, Oracle
Ram Kailasanathan is a product leader within Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). As a Senior Director of Product Management, Ram leads the onboarding of internal and external customers and developers onto OCI’s cloud native platform (Kubernetes, Serverless, APIGW).  Prior to joining... Read More →
avatar for Jonathan Schreiber

Jonathan Schreiber

Principal Product Manager, Oracle
Jonathan Schreiber is a Principal Product Manager at Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, working to empower developers on the Oracle Cloud. Prior to Oracle, Jonathan worked for 10 years in Engineering management and Product Management roles at San Francisco startups, from back in the era... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 16:41 - 17:11 PDT
Magenta Stage

16:47 PDT

Cost-Efficient ML Model Training Using GitLab CICD in the Cloud
I will share the technical hurdles and lessons learned from implementing Machine Learning training with cloud-based pipelines using GitLab CICD, Docker+Machine, and GPU-powered virtual machines in the cloud.

Data Science infrastructure requirements are easily capable of racking up high costs with GPU based virtual-machines running 24/7 in the cloud, or require specialised hardware to be maintained and powered on-prem. Without huge expense, achieving agile ML model development can be hard.

Data Scientists in the organization can now quickly build their own pipelines with high agility and speed, at reduced infrastructure costs than before, and time reduced in debugging issues.

Speakers
avatar for Robbie Dyer

Robbie Dyer

DevOps Consultant, Eficode
Robbie Dyer is currently based in Copenhagen, having left his native UK in 2019, and works for Eficode as a DevOps Consultant providing help and guidance to clients in the Nordic Region.Robbie graduated from The University of London with a computer science BSc. With his passion for... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 16:47 - 17:12 PDT
Orange Stage

17:13 PDT

Stories From Our Community
In this session, Gitlab community members share their perspectives about belonging in the global GitLab community, and how they got started. You’ll get to hear from new contributors and GitLab “veteran contributors”, each sharing their story.

Wednesday August 26, 2020 17:13 - 17:40 PDT
Yellow Keynote Stage

17:42 PDT

Four Ways to Further FOSS
Free and open source software has come a long way since its start decades ago. Today it's the default choice for just about every software development project and tech giants like Amazon, Apple, Google, and even Microsoft are using, contributing to, and releasing free and open source software.

With its popularity for infrastructure and bootstrapping development, it's tempting to say that free and open source software has won, but it's premature to make that call. While it may have won software development hearts and minds, there are still billions of others who can benefit more directly from free and open source software and its philosophies.

What steps can we take to help share and improve FOSS? How can we make FOSS go even farther? There are many options, but in this talk I'll share four key areas where each of us can make a difference.

Speakers
avatar for VM (Vicky) Brasseur

VM (Vicky) Brasseur

Corporate Strategist, Open Source & Technical Leader, Author, Speaker


Wednesday August 26, 2020 17:42 - 18:09 PDT
Yellow Keynote Stage

18:11 PDT

Gitting Lean: GitLab And Our Transition To Agile
Join Lisa and Jordan from Issuetrak as they examine how GitLab aided their transformation into Agile development by allowing them to easily migrate data and work flows from several tools into a one-stop shop.

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Cockrell

Lisa Cockrell

Director of Development, Issuetrak
avatar for Jordan Upperman

Jordan Upperman

Web Developer, Issuetrak
Jordan began working at Issuetrak as an Automated Test Engineer in 2017, and now works as a Full Stack Developer on the Issuetrak product. He holds certifications as a Certified Scrum Master as well as a Certified Scrum Developer and has passion for process automation and being a... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 18:11 - 18:38 PDT
Yellow Keynote Stage

18:50 PDT

GitLab Demo: Leverage GitLab To Automate Machine Learning Pipelines
Leverage the power of Gitlab to automate tasks in Machine learning Pipelines, adopting DevOps to step-up the scalability and reproducibility of ML Powered applications.

Speakers
avatar for William Galindez Arias

William Galindez Arias

Technical Marketing Manager, GitLab
Born and raised in Colombia, studied Electronic Engineering specialized in Digital Electronics, former exchange student in Czech Technical University in the faculty of Data Science. Started professional career working in Intel as Field Engineer and Oracle as Solution Architect in... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 18:50 - 19:00 PDT
Purple Stage

18:56 PDT

How To Create An Equitable And Inclusive Culture That Transcends Physical Walls
As HubSpot transitioned into a fully remote workforce, we were challenged to take what we had learned from our remote community over the past ten years and apply these lessons in order to adapt our processes, our systems, and our culture to fit our new needs. And it worked. Moving from a 'remote friendly' to a 'remote first' world of work helped us to grow our culture for the better, focusing on people over location. But... how do you avoid creating two sub-cultures, and one that favours in office behaviours? 

We will share how HubSpot is thinking about the future of work, and our approach to creating an inclusive and equitable culture for all.

Speakers
avatar for Meaghan Williams

Meaghan Williams

Remote Work & Inclusion Program Manager, HubSpot
Meaghan Williams is the Remote Work and Inclusion Program Manager at HubSpot. Meaghan's goal is to improve the remote employee experience and manage the rollout of a global philosophy around remote work that includes high level company-wide guidelines as well as team-based flexibility... Read More →
avatar for Eimear Marrinan

Eimear Marrinan

Director of Culture, HubSpot
Eimear Marrinan is Director of Culture at HubSpot. The Culture team at HubSpot is responsible for inspiring & enabling people to do their best work, how, when & where they work best. Eimear joined HubSpot this year. Prior to joining HubSpot, Eimear spent 6 years working at LinkedIn... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 18:56 - 19:08 PDT
Orange Stage

18:56 PDT

How We Married Policy-as-Code And Compliance With Automation
Let’s talk about compliance—just the word makes people either want to fall asleep or worse, run and hide. Between the development process and the cycle of endless audits, it’s no wonder that people try to avoid this topic at all costs. However, it’s clear that in order to move toward cloud migration and modernization, public sector organizations must transform their existing processes to obtain an Authority to Operate (ATO). In this talk, we’ll walk through the process of how implementing automation took our federal customer from an average ATO time of an average of 3-4 months per application to only 1-2 weeks, and more importantly, why Gitlab is the superior tool to help us do that.

Not a federal customer? That’s ok, too. Managing policy through automation is an important way you can more easily pass any regulatory audit like PCI DSS, HIPAA, and more!

Speakers
avatar for Tim Jones

Tim Jones

Cloud Automation Engineer, MindPoint Group
Tim Jones is an Automation Engineer with MindPoint Group who has provided IT support to multiple US Government customers since 2015. His areas of expertise include network and systems automation, security, and cloud solutions engineering. He earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration... Read More →
avatar for Keith Rhea

Keith Rhea

Cloud Automation Engineer, MindPoint Group
Keith Rhea is a Automation Engineer with MindPoint Group. He specializes in Network Security, Cloud Security, and Cloud Optimization services for government and commercial sector clients. Keith has been providing Security and Engineering in Information Technology and Information Security... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 18:56 - 19:21 PDT
Magenta Stage

19:01 PDT

GitLab Demo: Using GitLab to Power our Frontend Technical Interviews
The frontend group at GitLab was experiencing the challenges of needing to hire a lot of great people quickly for a fast-growth startup. Evaluating real engineering skills vs “whiteboard” skills, creating a consistent candidate experience, and making sure we were consistently raising the bar were very important to the team. GitLab Frontend Engineering Manager Clement Ho looked to the product itself to solve some of these challenges including leveraging GitLab CI/CD as an automation engine to seed interview projects that candidates could use to demonstrate their skills. This live demo will give you some practical tips for both conducting technical interviews and using GitLab as an automation tool.

Speakers
avatar for Clement Ho

Clement Ho

Frontend Engineering Manager, GitLab
Clement Ho is a frontend engineering manager for the Monitor:Health group at GitLab. He is also an international conference speaker who has spoken in Asia, North America and South America. Before he joined GitLab, he was a regular contributor to GitLab (MVP of v8.11) and worked at... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 19:01 - 19:16 PDT
Purple Stage

19:09 PDT

How To Successfully Onboard Engineers
Whether you’re bringing on one new engineer or fifty to your team, having a formalized onboarding process in place ensures that they can get up to speed quickly, and receive a fair start on the team. Whether you’re a manager, a lead, or a developer eager to help out, you’ll learn how to create your own exceptional onboarding process, and hear about my own onboarding failures and eventual success.

Speakers
avatar for Alexandra Sunderland

Alexandra Sunderland

Engineering Manager, Fellow.app
Alexandra is an Engineering Manager at Fellow.app in Ottawa, Canada, where she’s helping to build the future of work. She’s been working as an engineer for the last 8 years, from startups like Fluidware to large companies like SurveyMonkey. Alexandra regularly publishes blog posts... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 19:09 - 19:21 PDT
Orange Stage

19:17 PDT

VMware Tanzu Demo: GitOps with TMC and GitLab
With VMware Tanzu Mission Control or rather TMC, you can manage all conformant Kubernetes clusters regardless of where they are running—vSphere, VMware TKG & TKGI, Public clouds (AWS, Azure, Google), Managed services (EKS, AKS, GKE), packaged distributions (OpenShift, Rancher) and DIY.

This short video shows one of Tanzu Mission Control's capabilities GitOps, and how it's used to manage fleets of Kubernetes clusters. Treating the actual clusters as cattle and not as pets is a best practice in the industry.

We will specifically address finer details that are not always covered like creating cluster groups. Then, manage the lifecycle by creating and upgrading Kubernetes clusters. Finally, we apply policies designating the workgroups that can edit a cluster and allow image registries to integrate. By leveraging Gitlab to store TMC files and automatically implement changes in these files.

Speakers
avatar for Keith Lee

Keith Lee

Sr. Tech Marketing Architect, VMware
Keith is a  Sr. Tech Marketing Architect in the MAPBU (Modern Apps Platform BU) in VMware working on all things Kubernetes. Previous roles he held include being a course developer and instructor, solutions engineer, systems architect, and leading R&D teams across Dell Technologies... Read More →
avatar for Ivan Tarin

Ivan Tarin

Product Marketing Manager, VMware
Ivan has been in the tech industry for a couple of years, having previously worked as a developer and now as an associate product marketing manager, which sees him using demos at conferences to teach technologies to users with varying levels of skill . He also writes guides, authors... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 19:17 - 19:32 PDT
Purple Stage

19:22 PDT

Essentials of Building a Compliance Program with GitLab
Compliance requires organizations to adopt processes that help them adhere to regulatory and legal requirements. Often, these processes are costly, manual, and cumbersome to implement and maintain. Even organizations that are advanced in compliance maturity still maintain processes within spreadsheets, file storage systems (such as Google Drives or Dropbox) ,and emails—making wading through the documentation required to prove compliance extremely painful.

The good news is that it does not have to be so overwhelming. GitLab can make compliance management friendly, straightforward, and as frictionless as possible.
Learn how GitLab can help make your compliance initiatives seamless:
* Why is achieving compliance so difficult?
* Prerequisites for building your compliance program
* Achieving compliance success with GitLab

Speakers
avatar for Saumya Upadhyaya

Saumya Upadhyaya

Sr. Product Marketing Manager, GitLab
Saumya Upadhyaya is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at GitLab. Saumya Upadhyaya focuses on best practices for End to End DevOps, Continuous Delivery and Compliance with major enterprises.Prior to GitLab, Saumya worked as a Senior Product Manager covering DevOps Pipeline Automation... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 19:22 - 19:34 PDT
Magenta Stage

19:22 PDT

Remote Control: Helping Non-Engineering Teams To Achieve Faster Workflows
Ensuring company-wide transparency to data, plans, and strategy is especially important in a remote environment. Learn how non-engineering teams revolutionise their remote workflows using centralised tooling to manage workloads, integrate with product/engineering teams and facilitate sprint-based delivery schedules.

Speakers
avatar for Bethan Vincent

Bethan Vincent

Marketing Director, Netsells
Bethan is the Marketing Director at Netsells, a software and product development agency based in York, UK. Formerly a senior manager in the cloud computing industry and founder of several start-ups, Bethan has built her career sitting at the intersection between marketing, product... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 19:22 - 19:47 PDT
Orange Stage

19:33 PDT

Red Hat Demo: Jumpstart Your Development With GitLab and OpenShift
Taking an idea and moving it to production can involve several tools, sometimes a tool for every stage. Managing the integrations, compatibility issues, and different service level agreements can make development more complex and unpredictable. One way to improve predictability of the development environment is by deploying the Gitlab Runner operator for Red Hat® OpenShift® .
In this session, you will learn how GitLab Certified Runner Operator can be installed into OpenShift from the OpenShift Operator Hub. This gives development and SRE (Site Reliability Engineering) teams a simple deployment mechanism for the GitLab Runner as they spin up new projects, allowing you to:
  • Build and not worry about tooling.
  • Enable predictability in your development lifecycle. 
  • Accelerate the process of moving from concept to production.
Deploying GitLab and Red Hat together supports the customer’s journey to Dev/Ops and cloud native application development, while delivering the powerful CI/CD platform needed to build and run your applications.

Speakers
avatar for John Senegal

John Senegal

Global Solutions Architect, Red Hat, Red Hat
As a Principal Solution Architect for Dev/Ops and IoT and part of the Red Hat's Global Partner Alliance team, John Senegal is focused on building technology and solution partnerships with Red Hat strategic partners. Prior to working at Red Hat, John worked at IBM for over 20 years... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 19:33 - 19:48 PDT
Purple Stage

19:35 PDT

Managing Software Development in a High Compliance Environment: Getting to SOC-2
Do you have experience with security in your software development process but none at all with compliance? Join this session to hear our journey as we set out to become SOC-2 compliant.

Armed with very little public documentation on how to become SOC-2 compliant, we built SOC-2 procedures around Agile software development and DevOps patterns such as CI/CD and GitOps. Although it typically takes about a year to complete SOC-2 compliance, we obtained certification in less than six months.

You will learn how Agile processes and DevOps can address and outperform traditional methods for managing security and compliance. This talk will empower you to tailor your enterprise compliance needs to your desired software development process.

Speakers
avatar for Liran Haimovitch

Liran Haimovitch

Co-Founder & CTO, Rookout
Liran is the Co-Founder and CTO of Rookout. He’s an advocate of modern software methodologies like agile, lean and devops. Liran’s passion is to understand how software actually works. When he’s not thinking of code, he’s usually diving or hiking.


Wednesday August 26, 2020 19:35 - 20:00 PDT
Magenta Stage

19:48 PDT

Build Incredible Software Products With A Remote DevOps Culture
As many organisations scramble to adopt remote work, DevOps teams are turning to messaging and integrated workflows to collaborate effectively.

Usual office work practices are changing, and people are having to adapt to a remote-first approach. This demands a change to your company culture, a remote mindset and the tools to deliver it.

How can remote teams use collaboration platforms effectively to adapt the company culture whilst continuing to create their best work. Is your company ready?

Speakers
avatar for Paul Rothrock

Paul Rothrock

Customer Community Manager, Mattermost
Paul Rothrock is the Customer Community Manager at Mattermost, Inc. Prior to joining Mattermost, he served as a support product manager for Oracle. Paul also worked in tech support and as a publisher advocate for AddThis and has held several other software development roles over the... Read More →
avatar for Aaron Rothschild

Aaron Rothschild

Senior Product Manager of Integrations, Mattermost
Aaron Rothschild is a senior product manager at Mattermost, Inc. who focuses on integrations and extensibility of the platform. Aaron brings more than 11 years of experience in B2B tech product management to the company. Prior to joining Mattermost, he held several different product... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 19:48 - 20:13 PDT
Orange Stage

19:49 PDT

Lightstep Demo: Distributed Tracing: The Ticket To Shipping Quickly And Confidently
As software architectures grow in complexity, it’s harder to ship quickly and with confidence. Join Clay Smith, Lightstep’s Partnership Engineer in a demo of our best-in-class distributed tracing platform. He’ll show you how you can go from a performance degradation to root cause, in under three clicks. He’ll also highlight how Lightstep’s architecture makes this possible in a system of any scale, without breaking the bank.

Speakers
avatar for Clay Smith

Clay Smith

Partnership Engineer, Lightstep
Clay Smith is an engineer on the Partnerships team at Lightstep. He’s passionate about helping development and operations teams use observability tools to make their jobs easier. Prior to Lightstep, Clay has been a technical consultant at frog design, a developer advocate at New... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 19:49 - 20:04 PDT
Purple Stage

20:01 PDT

Achieving Workload Portability AND Remaining Compliant Using GitLab and Kubernetes
Public cloud is great. We love public cloud. But sometimes, regulatory, company compliance, and legal restrictions necessitate an on-prem solution.

This session will explore ways to remain compliant with an on-prem solution while you work through your organization’s public cloud challenges. Using GitLab and Kubernetes allows for workload portability that will enable a simple transition once your organization gives the green light.

Speakers
avatar for Frank Ford

Frank Ford

Application Development Manager, Genworth
Frank wears numerous hats for the Shared Services organization inside Genworth’s US Life division. Having a background in application development, Frank is particularly driven to address the challenges that Genworth’s staff faces and help remove barriers that impede developers... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 20:01 - 20:13 PDT
Magenta Stage

20:05 PDT

Google Demo: Automating Modernization with Anthos Migrate
Dive into Anthos Migrate in this technical demo, which is the continuation of the "Automating Modernization with Anthos Migrate" session.

Speakers
avatar for Mike Ensor

Mike Ensor

Cloud Solutions Architect, Google
Mike is a Cloud Solutions Architect for Google focusing on modernizing development and application practices using industry DevOps principles. Mike has been a regular presenter at conferences across the globe on topics such as automated policy management, implementing “shift-left... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 20:05 - 20:20 PDT
Purple Stage

20:14 PDT

How to Build a Compromise-Resilient CI/CD
CI/CD is critical to any DevOps operation today, but when attackers compromise it, they get to distribute malicious software to millions of unsuspecting users. We present how Datadog used TUF and in-toto to develop, to the best of our knowledge, the industry’s first end-to-end verified pipeline that automatically builds integrations for the Datadog agent. That is, even if this pipeline is compromised, users should not be able to install malware. We will show a demonstration of our pipeline in production being used to protect users of the Datadog agent, and describe how you can use TUF + in-toto to secure your own pipeline.

Speakers
avatar for Trishank Karthik Kuppusamy

Trishank Karthik Kuppusamy

Staff Security Engineer, Datadog
Trishank Karthik Kuppusamy is a Staff Security Engineer at Datadog. His R&D work on securing software updates and supply chains is being used in applications ranging from automobiles to cloud computing (e.g., Datadog Agent, CNAB Security, Docker Content Trust) to operating systems... Read More →



Wednesday August 26, 2020 20:14 - 20:39 PDT
Magenta Stage

20:14 PDT

Remote to the Rescue: How Virtual Jobs are Saving the World
The benefits of remote work extend far beyond casual wardrobe choices and commutes to the kitchen. In fact, the conversion of physical jobs into virtual roles can support at least 14 of the 17 United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. If our society truly wants to capitalize on the benefits of remote work to its highest potential, employers need to be ready and willing to accept that the future of work is already here and fortify their organizations to support the virtual workforce.

This presentation covers the 5 socioeconomic benefits of virtual jobs, plus the change management process we need to globally initiate to make remote work equally accessible and permanently sustainable.

Speakers
avatar for Laurel Farrer

Laurel Farrer

CEO, Distribute Consulting & Remote Work Association
As the Founder of Distribute Consulting and the Remote Work Association, Laurel Farrer starts, strengthens, and leverages virtual workforces to solve corporate and socioeconomic concerns. A global thought leader on the topic of remote work, Laurel collaborates with the world's leading... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 20:14 - 20:39 PDT
Orange Stage

20:21 PDT

Pulumi Demo: Merging with confidence with Pulumi
Merge requests can sometimes contain unintended changes to your infrastructure. As a reviewer it is easy to sometimes miss those changes. Join me for a demo (and an announcement) of how you can increase confidence in your merge requests with the power of Pulumi and GitLab CI/CD.

Speakers
avatar for Praneet Loke

Praneet Loke

Software Engineer, Pulumi
Praneet is a Software Engineer at Pulumi. Having worked on the consumer side of building software for the cloud, he joined Pulumi to help make developing for the cloud easier and to make " Infrastructure Apps" a thing. Now he works on various things related to app.pulumi.com. He loves... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 20:21 - 20:36 PDT
Purple Stage

20:37 PDT

AWS Demo: GitOps Modern Operations for EKS
GitOps is a standardized workflow for how to deploy, configure, monitor, update and manage Kubernetes, its components, operations, and all the applications that run on it. GitOps lets teams continuously deploy new versions to hundreds of EKS environments simultaneously. With a clear deployment pipeline any failures are instrumented and changes can be reverted immediately.

In this session you will learn how to evolve DevOps to GitOps, and how to install Flux onto an Amazon EKS cluster to enable zero effort deployments in Kubernetes.

Speakers
avatar for Jonah Jones

Jonah Jones

PSA (Partner Solutions Architect) Containers, AWS


Wednesday August 26, 2020 20:37 - 20:52 PDT
Purple Stage

20:40 PDT

Agile Compliance and Risk Operations
Many organizations attempt adopting DevOps and Agile practices only to crash against a compliance wall such as Risk Management Framework (RMF), PCI-DSS, or even GDPR. Even Gene Kim’s “The Unicorn Project'', shows a security officer experiencing a complete breakdown before becoming a DevOps enthusiast. But really, it’s not that hard.

After being a Product Owner on an Agile team, I transferred to a security lead, operating the RMF with an org newly committed to Agile. My team worked through a mindset change without the breakdown, incorporating small compliance goals, integrating with developers, shifting security left, and building cooperative risk ownership. This session shares my experiences incorporating an Agile workplace with U.S. Government compliance.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Peters

Mark Peters

Lead IA/Security Engineer, Technica Corporation
Dr. Mark Peters retired from the Air Force after 22+ years as an intelligence professional and now works for Technica Corporation as a Security Engineer on a US Air Force cyber weapon system acquisition program in San Antonio, TX. During his Air Force career, he deployed five times... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 20:40 - 21:05 PDT
Magenta Stage

20:40 PDT

Namaste at Home: Compassionate Culture Cures for Long-Distance Teams
The more remote your team is, the more real the conversations need to be. Join Savannah for an actionable session on cultivating compassion in your organization. We'll take lessons from Buddha, Abe Lincoln, and the Bronies, all as we learn how to iterate your way to inclusion, and delight your team along the way.

Speakers
avatar for Savannah Peterson

Savannah Peterson

Founder & Chief Unicorn, Savvy Millennial
Savannah Peterson is the Founder of Savvy Millennial, an all-remote team that makes the future less scary by building community around new technology. Her specialties include community building, content strategy, thought leadership, presentation/video support, and earned media. A... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 20:40 - 21:05 PDT
Orange Stage

20:53 PDT

Oracle Demo: Cross Domain DevSecOps with GitLab and Oracle Cloud
Join our demonstration of how GitLab and Oracle Cloud can simplify your DevSecOps processes that leverage open development networks and require deployment into classified, tactical-edge, or other controlled environments.  We will share a DevSecOps example using GitLab on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, including discussion of transitions from low-to-high networks that leverage GitLab export/import to capture history and context of your CI/CD pipelines, and use automated tools such as vulnerability scanning to accelerate security and ATO processes.

Oracle's cloud native support and GitLab tools will be highlighted to demonstrate how cloud services such as managed Kubernetes clusters, simple provisioning and connectivity for databases, low-code development tools, and use of Infrastructure as Code with Terraform can enhance innovation and rapid delivery of software for government and commercial enterprises.

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Simpson

Jeff Simpson

Business Development Manager, Oracle
Jeff Simpson has 33 years of software development and management experience across the government, commercial and academic research spaces. Specializing in distributed computing infrastructures, Mr. Simpson has operated as a thought-leader and in the field with the Military/Intelligence... Read More →
avatar for Josh Tatum

Josh Tatum

Senior Cloud Engineer, Oracle
Josh is a senior cloud engineer with Oracle NSG and has extensive experience in DevSecOps and iterative development across multiple security domains.  Josh has been working closely with some of the nation’s most sensitive intelligence agencies and consults widely with the US Military... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 20:53 - 21:08 PDT
Purple Stage

21:06 PDT

Stronger Remote Cultures: Rethink Your Work Week
Let's rethink the work week. The world is becoming well aware of how fundamentally different remote work is, both the benefits and the challenges. They are having to rethink all of their practices, from how they communicate and how they connect as teams. Understanding the phases of this transition, and how it impacts the culture of an organization, is critical to developing a successful remote workforce.

Speakers
avatar for Nick Walsh

Nick Walsh

CMO, Range
Nick leads marketing for Range, a software company on a mission to help teams work better together. Previously, he worked for Google for 12 years in marketing, creative, and brand roles across Google's product areas, most recently as the Head of Brand Studio, APAC. Before that he... Read More →
avatar for Daniel Pupius

Daniel Pupius

Co-founder and CEO, Range
Dan is co-founder and CEO of Range, a software company on a mission to help teams work better together.Previously, as Head of Engineering of Medium, he oversaw platform growth to 60M monthly uniques and 600K stories published per month. And before that, a Staff Software Engineer at... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 21:06 - 21:18 PDT
Orange Stage

21:06 PDT

Who’s Watching Your Pipeline? Building In Audit-Ready End-to-End Compliance
Data transformation—enabling customer insights and actions that empower your organization to create better customer experiences and inform your business’s strategic decisions—starts with a fully-functional development team. In a heavily regulated industry environment, that Dev team must also be able to ensure that the pipeline meets compliance standards and be able to prove that to auditors.

MX recognized, as a FinTech leader in enabling “money experiences’, that they needed to be especially rigorous in ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. Using GitLab as the foundation, the Dev team built an in-house software application to keep themselves and their pipeline accountable through end-to-end insights and visibility.

Join this session to see how the MX team ensures velocity and data transformation that leads to great customer experiences while guaranteeing that security and compliance requirements are met or exceeded...and that they are audit-ready.

Speakers
avatar for Brandon Dewitt

Brandon Dewitt

CTO, MX
Chief Technology Officer Brandon Dewitt uses his passion for helping people relieve financial stress to lead the MX engineering team. He has a unique management philosophy that focuses on team members taking responsibility and managing themselves. Brandon was co-founder and CTO of... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 21:06 - 21:31 PDT
Magenta Stage

21:09 PDT

ServiceNow Demo: Accelerate ServiceNow Change Management for DevOps
Many organizations rely on a formal change management process to reduce the risk of deploying code into production, but legacy change processes can be overwhelmed by the pace of DevOps. Through a partnership between GitLab and ServiceNow, we can completely automate all the steps of change creation, tracking, and approval to keep your developers productive in GitLab while leveraging the sophisticated change controls of ServiceNow. Join us to see how Value Stream Management can be applied across these two important platforms.

Speakers
avatar for Danny Smith

Danny Smith

DevOps Solutions Lead | Senior Advisory Solution Architect, ServiceNow
Danny Smith is a Senior Advisory Solutions Architect at ServiceNow with the current role of Global DevOps Solutions Lead. Danny joined ServiceNow in 2019 from Tech Data, where he led pre-sales Cloud, DevOps and ServiceNow solutions for enterprise customers such as United Health Group... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 21:09 - 21:24 PDT
Purple Stage

21:19 PDT

That Meeting Should Have Been An Email
People love remote work because of the flexibility that it provides, but it won't happen if you spend your day in meetings. We'll unpack specific strategies  to make work more flexible, eliminating the meetings that could have been an email.

Speakers
avatar for Luke Thomas

Luke Thomas

Founder, CEO, Friday.app
Luke Thomas is the founder of Friday, an asynchronous update platform that helps distributed teams stay connected. Previously, Luke was Head of Product @ Crystal and has been working remotely since 2013. Outside of work, Luke enjoys hanging out with his family and he lives in Portland... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 21:19 - 21:31 PDT
Orange Stage

21:25 PDT

GitLab Demo: Using GitLab Composer Repository To Manage PHP Dependencies
Join Abubakar Siddiq Ango, Technical Evangelism Program Manager at GitLab, and he demonstrates how to use GitLab Composer Repository to manage PHP dependencies

Speakers
avatar for Abubakar Siddiq Ango

Abubakar Siddiq Ango

Technical Evangelism Program Manager, GitLab
Abubakar is the technical evangelism program manager at GitLab and active in the cloud native community. Prior, he spent over close to 10 years in the academia in Nigeria, helping his alma mater build out their campus network and students' portal. He is an active participants in the... Read More →


Wednesday August 26, 2020 21:25 - 21:35 PDT
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