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Now that DevOps is an established culture in many companies, we wonder about a few things - and maybe your proposal can answer some of the questions we have. Of course we are open to all other proposals you send us - both technical and cultural. But we are curious about the parts most people might have forgotten to look at.

This is what we would like to know. Do you have an answer?

DevOps movement has been around for a few years now: Did anyone find
out if it really helped your organization? Are there numbers for this?

Did the culture of DevOps spread to other parts of your company? If not,
why?

Is DevOps the magic silver bullet which solved all your problems? What
are the problems it didn’t solve (although you thought it would)?

Were there unexpected problems during your cultural change into
DevOps?

Did the required skillset of people change after starting to do things
DevOps-Style?

Did people leave because you “went DevOps”? Was this good or bad or
both?

Have there been technical changes after the culture in your team
changed?

Did the change affect the business/sales/marketing side?

And of course: Has DevOps affected you personally? How do you feel
about the change it brought to your work?

The "classic" DevOps questions are of course not fully answered, either …

What is the role of QA/Tester in devops, how do we integrate QA in the
continuous delivery process

The impact devops has on traditional security/auditing/change control

Building dashboards because #monitoringsucks

The impact of devops on HR policies, and the hiring process

Help prove that devops can scale beyond the 5-8 person web startups, we
love traditional IT enterprise cases

With all the automation, data is still a hard thing to handle, how does it
affect DBA's, backup strategies, ...

There are three formats to propose for

A talk/panel during the conference part : these are 30 minutes slots that
will have all people's full attention as everybody will be in that one room.

An Ignite talk that will be presented during the Ignite sessions: these are 5
minutes slots with slides changing every 15 seconds (20 slides total) also
presented to all attendees in one room

Openspace session : even without a prepared presentation we welcome
the discussion and interaction by having people propose a session on the
fly during the openspace opening. Check the openspace format for more
information

Our main criteria to make it to the top selection are

original content: content not yet presented at other conferences, or a new angle to an existing problem

new presenters: people who are new to the space and have insightful stuff to tell, we want to hear everbody's voice

no vendor pitches: as much as we value vendors and sponsors, we just don't think this is the right forum. There is a demo openspace slot where you have 5 minutes to show products.

This page list the proposals we have received. Help the presenters with your feedback!

Why you can't buy DevOps in a box - Dustin Whittle

Quantifying the value of DevOps - Dustin Whittle

Building Top-Down Support for DevOps - Andi Mann

Ignite Talks

Be the first one to propose an Ignite Talk!

When
From: October 23, 2014 09:00
To: October 24, 2014 17:00
Where

Kalkscheunenstraße, Kalkscheunenstraße, 10117, Berlin, Germany

Category

Computer Science, Software

Contact email
organizers-berlin-2014@devopsdays.org

Website

Submitted by:

Matthias Nüßler

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