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Monday, June 6
 

8:00am CDT

5:00pm CDT

Screening of MAMA BEARS Documentary, a film by Daresha Kyi
We are proud to offer all attendees a special screening of MAMA BEARS, a film by Daresha Kyi.
MAMA BEARS is an intimate, thought-provoking exploration of the journeys taken by Sara Cunningham and Kimberly Shappley, two “mama bears”—conservative, Christian mothers whose profound love for their LGBTQ+ children has turned them into fierce advocates for the entire queer community—and Tammi Terrell Morris, a young African American lesbian whose struggle for self-acceptance perfectly exemplifies why the mama bears are so vitally important.

MAMA BEARS is the story of women who have allowed nearly every aspect of their lives to be completely reshaped by love. Although they may have grown up as fundamentalist Christians these two mama bears are willing to risk losing friends, family, and faith communities to keep their children safe—even if it challenges their belief systems and rips their worlds apart.

Light snacks will be provided!

Monday June 6, 2022 5:00pm - 6:30pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 4
 
Tuesday, June 7
 

7:00am CDT

Community Yoga
Join community member, Dylan Schiemann, as he leads attendees in restorative or vinyasa flow yoga sessions.
Dylan started practicing yoga more than ten years ago to compensate for his two favorite daily software engineering poses: laptop pose and mobile phone pose. Dylan takes a deliberate and intentional approach when teaching yoga striving to make yoga accessible to everyone. Dylan will lead either “restorative-ish” or a more deliberate vinyasa flow sequence depending on a quick survey of the attendees.

Registration Cost: Complimentary
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Tuesday June 7, 2022 7:00am - 8:00am CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 504

8:00am CDT

9:00am CDT

DevOps Intelligence: Scaling Governance, Compliance, and Security across an Enterprise of 15K Developers - Jamie Plower, Fidelity Investments
At Fidelity Investments, every application workload must meet a unique mix of security, regulatory, audit & governance requirements to protect millions of customers. Enabling a standard automated approach to securing the CI/CD pipeline & Devops toolchain, ensures that engineering teams adhere to policy while being continuously audit-ready & secure. Scaling DevSecOps across application teams, code bases & various workload architectures requires bigger-picture thinking, built in flexibility and a smart approach from the start. During this session, Jamie will share Fidelity's journey to support over 15,000 engineers around the globe with our modern delivery approach. Hear about our challenges & successes to enabling accelerated velocity and overcoming our scale, while providing integrated, real-time governance and operations capabilities across the application lifecycle

Speakers
avatar for Jamie Plower

Jamie Plower

Director of Cloud Architecture, Fidelity Investments
Jamie Plower Fidelity Investments Director of Cloud Architecture Jamie leads the Pipeline Intelligence squad for Enterprise Cloud Computing at Fidelity. He is a strong advocate of Software Delivery Excellence and incorporating the principles of agility, engineering, and customer centric... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:00am - 9:30am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 4

9:00am CDT

Lessons Learned Evolving K8s Extensions: The Future Of Tekton Pipelines - Lee Bernick, Google
When extending Kubernetes, how do you map extensions to Kubernetes resources? You may have heard of Tekton, a cloud native CI/CD framework built with Kubernetes CRDs. Today, the specification of a Tekton resource is tightly coupled to its execution in Kubernetes. A Step is run in a Container, a Task is run in a Pod, and a Pipeline is run in a set of Pods. This coupling introduces challenges including optimizing resources, moving data through Pipelines, and distributing workloads. Users need more flexibility.
In this talk, you’ll hear lessons learned from decoupling Tekton resources from their execution in Kubernetes. In particular, Tekton is experimenting with allowing entire Pipelines to be executed in a Pod. We’ll demonstrate how executing a Pipeline in a Pod can improve execution times and the user experience of passing data through a Pipeline. You’ll also hear about challenges we’ve encountered along the way, and gain clarity on the future of Tekton Pipelines.

Speakers
avatar for Lee Bernick

Lee Bernick

Senior Software Engineer, Google
Lee is a Software Engineer on Google’s Tekton team, working on cloud native CI/CD infrastructure. She has a B.Sc. in Physics and a B.Sc. in Math with Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.



Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:00am - 9:30am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 1

9:00am CDT

Trusting Mission Critical Infrastructure: Building Reliable CD Platforms is About More than Building Features - Fernando Freire, Armory & Isaac Mosquera, AWS
Critical infrastructure products like Spinnaker form the basis of many technology strategies, increasing the velocity of innovation while reducing the risk of outages. Failure of these systems erodes trust, limiting a team’s ability to delegate responsibility. When deploys fail due to operational constraints or bugs in the platform, it becomes difficult for teams to reliably deploy, encouraging alternative solutions that detract from delivering business value. Much like software infrastructure, failure in more traditional domains is no less worrisome. For example, without trust in a system of laws, it’s difficult to facilitate basic interactions between parties. In this session, we’ll explore the relationship between critical infrastructure across domains and propose a set of strategies for building resilient CD platforms that prioritize trust over building features.

Speakers
avatar for Fernando Freire

Fernando Freire

Principal Software Engineer, Armory
Hi, my name's Fernando, and my goal is to unlock human potential through software. I'm currently enabling the Global 2000's next digital transformation with Armory, where I manage an engineering team dedicated to innovating the Spinnaker platform. My side hustle is evangelizing and... Read More →
avatar for Isaac Mosquera

Isaac Mosquera

Principal GTM Leader, Serverless, AWS
My experience has been focused on building startups from the ground up, where I have served as CTO, with 4 successful exits/acquisitions. In my past I've enjoyed building software products across multiple domains (e.g., adtech, big data, mobile, social, DevOps tooling) that bring... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:00am - 9:30am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 2

9:00am CDT

Microservice Supply Chain and the Ortelius Application SBOMs - Tracy Ragan, DeployHub
One of the new requirements under the Biden Administrations’ executive order on improving Cybersecurity is the requirement to provide purchasers a software bill of material (SBOM) for each software solution. But what is a software solution? Is it just a single microservice or is it a collection of microservices? In this presentation, you will learn how Ortelius aggregates an application-level SBOM by tracking the microservices, with versions, that it uses. This level of reporting is important to show what the ‘logical’ application is consuming, its vulnerabilities, and all transitive libraries and services it consumes. While this may be easy to create in a monolithic architecture, creating these higher-order SBOMs at the application level is difficult. The Ortelius catalog simplifies the process for every ‘logical’ application version released.

Speakers
avatar for Tracy Ragan

Tracy Ragan

CEO, DeployHub
Tracy Ragan is a well-known DevOps and SBOM evangelist. She currently serves as a Board Member Representative for the OpenSSF. She previously served on the board of the Continuous Delivery Foundation for 3 years and was a founding Board Member of the Eclipse Foundation. She is the... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:00am - 9:30am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 3
  Security & Supply Chain Security
  • Technology Focus Ortelius
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

9:00am CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] Cloud Security in Continuous Delivery - Chen Goldberg, CloudWize
One of the biggest challenges is making sure the continuous integration processes in the cloud are made easy to use and straightforward to all stakeholders involved and in charge of the security. In this session, we’ll explore continuous delivery and security in the cloud, the different stakeholders as CloudOps, DevOps, SREs, Cloud architects, RNDs, and DevSecOps. Chen will also include examples of the challenges and repercussions. We’ll explore the following points: - Setting clear responsibilities between the stakeholders. - What you need to look for in a tool to simplify the process, help protect the cloud and keep up with continuous delivery. - Organized and centralized logs and threats management. Numerous options to handle them. - How to use an autonomous risk management system.

Speakers
avatar for Chen Goldberg

Chen Goldberg

CEO, CloudWize
15 years of experience in development and operation, building infrastructure and implementing best practices in start-ups and enterprise companies, leadership roles as managed production Cloud Environments. Speaking opportunities: I participated in a live webinar and podcast and gave... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:00am - 9:30am CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions, Cloud Native Continuous Delivery
  • Technology Focus CD Events
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

9:00am CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] Continuous Software Delivery using Jenkins, Spinnaker and Terraform Cloud on Amazon EKS - Irshad A Buchh & Paul Roberts, Amazon Web Services
Customers running microservices-based applications on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) are looking for guidance on architecting complete end-to-end CI and CD pipelines using Jenkins and Spinnaker. Jenkins is a very popular CI server with great community support and many plugins (Slack, GitHub, Docker, Build Pipeline) available. Spinnaker provides automated release, built-in deployment, and supports blue/green deployment out of the box. This talk will explore configuration of Jenkins on Amazon EC2 using Terraform Cloud. Irshad shall also discuss the creation of Spinnaker pipelines, a combination of stages that enable powerful coordination for Continuous Software Delivery. These pipelines can be started manually or can be automatically triggered by an event, such as a new Docker image appearing in the Docker registry.

Speakers
avatar for Irshad A Buchh

Irshad A Buchh

Principal Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services
Irshad Buchh is a Principal Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services. He is focussed on helping Partners within Amazon Web Services (AWS) to build their cloud strategy and help them with broad use of Amazon's cloud computing platform. Irshad interacts with CIOs, CTOs and their Architects... Read More →
PR

Paul Roberts

Senior Principal Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services
Paul is an extremely technical and seasoned technologist who has spent the last decade engineering and implementing large scale infrastructure and security architectures for organizations of all sizes - ranging from startup to Fortune 500. Today, he is helping AWS strategic customers... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:00am - 9:30am CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions

9:00am CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] What a Life! - Understanding the Lifecycle of a Tekton Pipeline - Vibhav Bobade, Lifesaver Inc & Billy Lynch, Google
Tekton leverages Kubernetes to execute user CI/CD workloads -- but how does this work? In this talk, we will dive into how Tekton processes Tasks -- how they are transformed into running Pods, how steps coordinate with each other, what security considerations Tekton puts in place, and how other Tekton tools hook into this lifecycle for debuggability and software supply chain security. Come get a better understanding of how Tekton Pipelines work today, and get a peek at what problems we want to tackle next to further secure user workloads.

Speakers
avatar for Billy Lynch

Billy Lynch

Senior Software Engineer, Google
Billy is a senior software engineer at Google, focusing on securing CI/CD and software supply chains on the Tekton project. Over the years, he has contributed to many developer tooling projects at Google including Google Code, Cloud Source Repositories, and Cloud Build.
avatar for Vibhav Bobade

Vibhav Bobade

Senior Software Engineer, Lifesaver Inc.
Vibhav is a Senior Software Engineer at Lifesaver Inc. where he builds software which helps understand the impact of businesses on society. He dabbles in CI/CD and is a part of the Jenkins and Tekton communities. When he is not strapped to his desk, he plays the guitar, goes for a... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:00am - 9:30am CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions

9:00am CDT

Sponsor Showcase
Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:00am - 7:00pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 5 - 6

9:40am CDT

Making your CI/CD Pipelines Speaking in Tongues with OpenTelemetry - Ivan Fernandez Calvo & Victor Martinez, Elastic
Building and delivering software faster and better gained a different meaning with the introduction of pipeline-based technologies like Jenkins. Today, developers can automate the whole software development lifecycle by programmatically implementing build, testing, and deployment to achieve development agility. While this is great on the one hand, it poses an important question to be answered: what if the pipeline has a bug? For this reason, pipeline maintainers ought to have a strategy in place capable of verifying the pipeline code's accuracy, correctness, and reliability. Luckily for us, Jenkins allows this by providing a plugin compatible with OpenTelemetry — a technology that grants developers the ability to evaluate their code using an observability backend. This session will explain how this works and demonstrate how to get value from this.

Speakers
avatar for Ivan Fernandez Calvo

Ivan Fernandez Calvo

Principal Software Engineer, Elastic
Ivan is a Software Engineer who works and lives in Spain. At work, Ivan is focused to improve the Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery environments/infrastructure process and tools. Currently, Ivan maintains two Jenkins plugins SSH Build Agents and SAML, and it is an active... Read More →
avatar for Victor Martinez

Victor Martinez

Software Engineer, Elastic
Victor is a Software Engineer who lives in the UK. At work, Victor works with different teams to build and improve the CI/CD ecosystems, helping them to increase their productivity with some automation. Victor has contributed to the Jenkins community for years and released a few plugins... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:40am - 10:10am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 3
  Best Practices in Continuous Delivery, Observability & Analytics
  • Technology Focus Jenkins
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

9:40am CDT

Repurposed Purpose: Using git's DAG for Supply Chain Artifact Resolution - Ed Warnicke, Cisco
What if we could know the complete and reproducible artifact tree for every binary, shared object, container, etc (including all dependencies) and you could efficiently cross-reference that against a database of known vulnerabilities before you deploy? If you had had that information, could you have remediated Log4Shell faster? Might it even help open source maintainers identify at-risk dependencies sooner? In this talk, Aeva and Ed will share why they're so excited about GitBOM and explain what it is (hint: it's not git and it's not an SBOM). If the demo gods are willing, they will show you how you can generate a GitBOM with a simple command-line tool, and explain why you won't have to. Finally, if you want to add support for GitBOM to your favorite tool or language, this talk will give you enough information to get started.

Speakers
avatar for Ed Warnicke

Ed Warnicke

Cisco Systems, Distinguished Engineer
Ed Warnicke is a Distinguished Engineer at Cisco Systems. He has been working for nearly two decades in many areas of networking and Open Source. Ed is currently a co-founder of and active contributor to the GitBOM and Network Service Mesh projects. Ed has a masters in Physics (String... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:40am - 10:10am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 4
  GitOps, Security & Supply Chain Security
  • Technology Focus Other
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

9:40am CDT

Trust but Verify - Olivier Vernin, Suse
Kubernetes revolutionized CI infrastructure. It’s easier than ever to replicate production environments for testing purposes, deploying preview environments, relying on auto-scaling to optimize costs, etc. Kubernetes hides complex automation concepts behind APIs so developers don’t require extensive infrastructure knowledge. But as great as all of this is, it didn’t get rid of human errors. It’s easier than ever to expose your CI in the wrong location or let someone in by using the wrong corrupted container image. Let’s discuss which projects we could benefit from to let developers do what they do best, build software.

Speakers
avatar for Olivier Vernin

Olivier Vernin

Engineering Manager, Suse
Engineering Manager as SUSE working on containers ecosystem and former Infrastructure officer on the Jenkins project. Olivier has extensive experience in managing and building tooling around infrastructure automation.


Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:40am - 10:10am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 1

9:40am CDT

Increase Agility and Quality Using Trunk-Based Development in Continuous Delivery - Hope Lynch & Logan Donley, CloudBees
Jump into this fast-moving and practical discussion to dig into how you and your peers can use a single mainline of source code to manage continuous delivery with greater agility and higher quality.

Speakers
avatar for Hope Lynch

Hope Lynch

Sr. Director, Technology Strategy, CloudBees
My favorite area of focus is Transformation, whether it is Agile, Business, or Digital. Each of these overlap on the Venn diagram of Transformation and each touches all aspects of businesses today. At CloudBees I work as Senior Director of Platform focusing on driving product marketing... Read More →
avatar for Logan Donley

Logan Donley

Sr. Technical Evangelist, CloudBees
Logan Donley is a technical evangelist at CloudBees. He helps companies modernize their software delivery through better tools and processes. He studied nanotech at NC State University but is more passionate about the world of software.



Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:40am - 10:10am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 2
  Sponsored Sessions
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

9:40am CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] 25 Years of (mistakes) Learning in CI/CD - Laurent Tardif, Zenika
From clearcase to modern deployment. In this talk Laurent will present a overview on how tools and practices evolve over the last 25 years. He will cover of we move from a monthly centralized team build to a distributed and continuous deployment model. How tests have impacted deployment model, how devops, docker, kube have influenced the evolution. How automation is critical today and why we continue to do the same error like depending of dynamics external dependencies in 'secure' projects.

Speakers
avatar for Laurent Tardif

Laurent Tardif

Zenika Grenoble CTO, Zenika
Today I help company to move to implements better devops, craft concepts. I start my devops journey in 2000, starting to implement unit test and continuous build with continuum, some years ago. Build master during some years, kind of devops engineers at yahoo deploying a datacenter... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:40am - 10:10am CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions
  • Technology Focus Other
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

9:40am CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] Abusing CI/CD - Top Ways to Reach Production - Omer Gil, Cider Security
CI/CD pipelines are becoming one of the most exploited paths into internal and production systems by attackers, as there are a growing number of vectors that can be manipulated to gain access that are often times still left completely exposed, despite being well-known. From unexpected webhooks requests, to bypassing branch protection rules, through more complex attack scenarios like Poisoned Pipeline Execution - attackers have found that CI/CD is a quick way to invoke malicious attacks on production code. This talk will walk you through common attack vectors in CI/CD pipelines - ones you’re probably aware of, and ones that require more attention and research, and some of the ways you can harden your systems to prevent unwanted access to your sensitive internal data. Real-world attack scenarios will be showcased as part of the session.

Speakers
avatar for Omer Gil

Omer Gil

Director of Research, Cider Security
Omer is a seasoned application and cloud security expert with 15 years of experience across multiple security disciplines. An experienced researcher and public speaker, Omer discovered the Web Cache Deception attack vector in 2017, and co-authored the “Top 10 CI/CD Security... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:40am - 10:10am CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions
  • Technology Focus Other
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

9:40am CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] How we Build CI/CD Observability with OpenTelemetry - Michael Friedrich, GitLab
CI/CD Pipelines are blocked, resources are drained, and the cloud invoice for the deployment is going wild - where do you start analysing and troubleshooting? One look leads into the CI/CD pipeline: Next to the job runs, which preparation steps happen, how many context switches are encountered, and which step is actually causing the problems?

Logs and metrics help to see the bigger picture, collecting the job and pipeline execution times, or fetch times for resources. Traces with spans provide more context on executed jobs, enriched with troubleshooting metadata. It is not always DNS, sometimes it’s also the slow IO cache …

Join this talk to learn how we build CI/CD Observability with OpenTelemetry in GitLab. You can learn more about the architecture challenges, implementation approaches, and performance scaling requirements for SaaS platforms.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Friedrich

Michael Friedrich

Senior Developer Evangelist, GitLab
Michael Friedrich is a Senior Developer Evangelist at GitLab focussing on Observability, SRE, and Ops. He loves to help educate everyone and regularly speaks at events and meetups. Michael co-founded the #EveryoneCanContribute cafe meetup group to learn cloud-native & DevOps. Michael... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 9:40am - 10:10am CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions, Observability & Analytics
  • Technology Focus Other
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

10:20am CDT

Break
Tuesday June 7, 2022 10:20am - 10:50am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom Foyer - Level 4

10:50am CDT

Lightning Talk:Technical Documentation is like a Jigsaw Puzzle - Ember Stevens, LaunchDarkly
Assembling a jigsaw puzzle is a combination of science and art. There is a method to sorting the pieces, assembling the frame, and completing sections in a logical progression. Much like staring at a pile of 500 unsorted cardboard puzzle pieces, the blank page can be overwhelming when trying to write technical documentation. Where do you start? What should you focus on? What do your readers even need to know? Documenting your work is an essential part of the development lifecycle, but if you don’t write regularly as part of your job, it can feel daunting. Luckily, there are established methodologies you can lean on whether you’re trying to make sense of your puzzle pieces or write down how your code works. This talk will explore what Ember has learned from assembling countless jigsaw puzzles over the years and how it applies to writing technical documentation.

Speakers
avatar for Ember Stevens

Ember Stevens

Technical Writer, LaunchDarkly
Ember Stevens is a technical writer for Oakland-based startup LaunchDarkly, helping users navigate and understand business-to-business software. Ember has a master’s degree in Information Science and Learning Technology and spent her formative professional years in higher education... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 10:50am - 11:00am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 2
  Developer Experience, Best Practices in Continuous Delivery
  • Technology Focus Other
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

10:50am CDT

What is the Unit of Work in Modern Delivery? - Michael Stahnke, CircleCI
Today, software delivery is harder than ever. Developers are delivering on top of a mountain of dependencies that they can’t always see. Single sources of change within the pipeline are complicated by an external ecosystem of changes that can be anything. Even the most experienced engineers cannot comprehend all of the components and moving parts that go into the products they build, yet they’re still expected to deliver software incredibly fast with no bugs. The last 10 years were all about code, but given the current complexities, focusing on your code is only half of the solution. The future of software delivery operates in an automated network, alive with dynamic, two-way intelligence. In this talk, Michael Stahnke, Vice President at CircleCI will help you prepare your teams for infinite change, and create a resilient network of software to withstand any amount of constant change.
Takeaways include:
  • Organic patterns to break that encourage incompleteness
  • How to identify + validate changes from an infinite amount of sources across the software ecosystem
  • Ways to empower developers and teams to act on these changes

Speakers
avatar for Michael Stahnke

Michael Stahnke

Vice President of Platform, CircleCI
Michael Stahnke is Vice President of Platform at CircleCI running SRE, security, and tooling. Prior to this, he worked at Puppet running Puppet Enterprise Engineering, Platform Engineering as well as SRE.He is an established author, having co-authored State of DevOps Reports and State... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 10:50am - 11:20am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 3

10:50am CDT

Building DevOps Metrics for your Choice of CD Tools Through CDEvents - Andrea Frittoli, IBM & Erik Sternerson, doWhile
Continuous Delivery is all about getting your software released, and as software and system complexity continues to increase, so does the need to have many different tools, services and even people involved in building, verifying, deploying and monitoring your software. DevOps metrics help organisations measure their success with continuous delivery however, the plethora of different tools in use make it challenging to collect the data first and to extract coherent metrics from it. In this talk the speakers will introduce the CDEvents project and specification, which establishes a shared terminology and set of CI/CD-related events built on CloudEvents. They will demonstrate how CDEvents helped them gather consistent data from different CD tools, which can be used to calculate DevOps metrics.

Speakers
avatar for Erik Sternerson

Erik Sternerson

CI Specialist, doWhile
Erik Sternerson works as an Enterprise-Scale CI/CD Specialist in the Swedish company doWhile, with a professional focus on Continuous Delivery of Autonomous Drive systems.Erik is also a maintainer and active contributor to the CDEvents specification, part of the Events in CI/CD Special... Read More →
avatar for Andrea Frittoli

Andrea Frittoli

Open Source Advocate at IBM, co-creator of CDEvents, IBM
Andrea Frittoli is a Developer Advocate at IBM and an open source enthusiast. He is a maintainer to the CDEvents specification and co-chair of the Events Special Interests Group in the Continuous Delivery Foundation. He’s also a maintainer of the Tekton project and a member of Technical... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 10:50am - 11:20am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 4

10:50am CDT

Automating Industry Regulation (SoX, SoC 2) Enforcement During Software Delivery - Balaji Sivasubramanian & Gopinath Rebala, OpsMx
The development teams in Enterprises are increasingly deploying to environments that need to adhere to various industry regulations like SoX, SoC 2, FedRamp, etc. With the increased frequency of deployments and the need to audit the deployments, it is becoming imperative that these control and enforcement are automated as part of the CI/CD process. In this talk, we will show how to integrate OPA policy integration with CI/CD tools and share sample policies for enforcing compliance rules based on real-world regulatory requirements. Also, we will demo the integration including an audit of the policy enforcement.

Speakers
avatar for Gopinath Rebala

Gopinath Rebala

CTO, OpsMx
Gopinath Rebala is the CTO of OpsMx, where he has overall responsibility for the machine learning and data processing architectures of OpsMx Enterprise for Spinnaker. Gopi also has a strong connection with our customers, leading design, and architecture for strategic implementations... Read More →
avatar for Balaji Sivasubramanian

Balaji Sivasubramanian

VP, Product, OpsMX
Balaji is VP of Product at OpsMx where he is focused on helping enterprises adopt Spinnaker at scale. Balaji brings 15+ years of experience in product management and marketing in the enterprise software space. Prior to OpsMx, Balaji was head of product management at Cisco for cloud-native... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 10:50am - 11:20am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 1
  Security & Supply Chain Security

10:50am CDT

[LIVE VIRTUAL SESSION] CD Foundation Best Practices SIG - Tara Hernandez, Google & Terry Cox, Bootstrap
The CD Foundation Best Practices SIG will host a round table discussion and workshop opportunity for community members to discuss the current descriptions, compare their organization's CI/CD pipeline against the documented best practices, and potentially contribute an overview of their solution as an example use-case to be published as a community doc contribution.

Speakers
avatar for Tara Hernandez

Tara Hernandez

Vice President Developer Productivity, MongoDB
Tara Hernandez has spent nearly thirty years evolving ways for companies to develop and ship software. She helped launch Mozilla.org and has been a firm proponent of open source ever since. She also thinks smart companies understand the business value of having a diverse employee... Read More →
avatar for Terry Cox

Terry Cox

Director, Bootstrap Ltd
Terry has a 30 year background in entrepreneurship, technology and the design of software and hardware products with a focus on tackling big problems at scale. He currently leads the CDF MLOps Roadmap and is MLOps Lead for Jenkins-X. He is a practiced public speaker.


Tuesday June 7, 2022 10:50am - 11:20am CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions

10:50am CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] DevSecOps with Shipwright and Tekton - Adam Kaplan & Vincent Demeester, Red Hat
Speed and security are often seen as competing priorities in the application development process. Emerging features in Shipwright and Tekton help bridge this gap, allowing developers to quickly build applications and verify the security of their software supply chains. In this session, we will demonstrate how Tekton and Shipwright can be used throughout the entire application development lifecycle to code, test, verify, and deploy applications. At each step in a piece of code’s journey to production, we will highlight features that help organizations meet SLSA compliance requirements. These include container image signing with cosign, generation of software bills of materials (SBOMs), and provenance attestations with Tekton Chains. Following this session, attendees will be able to use Shipwright and Tekton to secure the software supply chain of their own applications.

Speakers
avatar for Adam Kaplan

Adam Kaplan

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Adam Kaplan (he/him) is a software engineer at Red Hat and a maintainer of Project Shipwright. He also maintains developer-focused components for OpenShift/OKD, including the build system and the source-to-image command line tool. Before joining Red Hat, Adam helped companies ship... Read More →
VD

Vincent Demeester

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Vincent Demeester is a french developer, Gopher, sysadmin, factotum, free-software fan and unicode lover. He is working RedHat as a principal software engineer, previously at Docker, in the core team. He is a maintainer of the docker project (moby/moby, docker/cli, …), one the lead... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 10:50am - 11:20am CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions
  • Technology Focus Other
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

10:50am CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] How to Grow and Mentor an Open Source Community & Achieve Collaboration with Over 170 Listed Corporations - Trista Pan, SphereEx
Having gone from being a woman developer in the open source world to CTO, didn't simply mean a change in her title. This journey included growing an open source community from just a handful of contributors, to one of the leading communities in China and fastest growing Apache projects in the world. The secret? True openness and inclusiveness, the willingness to both mentor students by collaborating with initiatives such as Google Summer of Code, while fostering a technically sound community whose solution has been adopted by over 170 publicly listed corporations. Juan Pan will share her empowering journey and valuable experience of being the CTO at an open source commercial start-up, how women in tech can turn the challenges they face into opportunities, and best practices for open source project leadership. Tune in to get inspired to think big, leave your mark and pursue your dream.

Speakers
avatar for Trista Pan

Trista Pan

CTO & Co-Founder, SphereEx
Juan Pan (Trista), an AWS Data Hero, is the CTO and Co-Founder of SphereEx, an Open-Source SaaS commercial start-up backed by some of the world's top VCs. Previously a Senior DBA at JD Technology, she was responsible for the design and development of JD Digital Science and Technology’s... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 10:50am - 11:20am CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions
  • Technology Focus Other
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

11:05am CDT

Lightning Talk: Thinking out of the CI/CD Toolbox: An Experiment with a Workflow Engine - Nele Uhlemann, Camunda
Continuous Delivery defines activities in a workflow. Known tools like Jenkins support those workflows and make the DevOps life easier. A process engine can automate workflows too. Join me for my little experiment and find out what I learned when using a workflow engine to automate a CI/CD workflow.

Speakers
avatar for Nele Uhlemann

Nele Uhlemann

Developer Advocate, Camunda
Nele Uhlemann is a Developer Advocate at Camunda. Her passion is helping the open-source community use and understand workflow technologies and build a bridge between multiple stakeholders that are involved when building Software. Before, Nele worked as a consultant leading workshops... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 11:05am - 11:15am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 2

11:30am CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] Lightning Talk: Automated Testing Done Right - Aditya Bansal, Cortex
As software engineering tools and languages continue to evolve, it has become easier than ever to write software that touches billions of users. With the advent of cloud providers like AWS, GCP, Azure, and several more, the continuous delivery of software is a very reachable milestone, for companies of all sizes. But what about quality? How do we ensure that every commit we send to production is not going to fail? In this talk, Aditya will review lessons that he has learned from working on testing & CI/CD infrastructures at three different startups as an early engineer. He will also cover how not to make the same mistakes he did.

Speakers
avatar for Aditya Bansal

Aditya Bansal

Founding Engineer, Cortex
Aditya is a Founding Engineer at Cortex, the first system of record for engineering which enables engineering teams to drive adoption of developer best practices, funded by Sequoia Capital and Combinator. He started off his career in software engineering at Poynt, where he helped... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 11:30am - 11:40am CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions
  • Technology Focus Jenkins
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

11:30am CDT

Demo Theater: Setup a Private, Secure, Cloud-native, Ultra-fast Repository in 60-Seconds with Cloudsmith - Adil Leghari, Cloudsmith
All your packages, in any format, in one location and accessible across the organization and Globe? Sound too good to be true?

Join Cloudsmith’s Solution Architect Manager, Adil Leghari in the demo theatre as he sets up a private, secure, cloud-native, ultra-fast repository with Cloudsmith. See how you can easily integrate Cloudsmith into your current setup to start handling packages and dependencies the right way. 

Cloudsmith is a single, cloud-native, private repository for all your packages. With Cloudsmith, packages are automatically available globally in 225+ points of presence. Imagine your distributed team, working across multiple languages and formats, can now access every software asset across your organization consistently and reliably.

Speakers
avatar for Adil Leghari

Adil Leghari

Solutions Architect Manager, Cloudsmith
Adil is a 15+-year SysAdmin that is passionate about Automation. He’s also an active member of the PowerShell DevOps/Automation Community for the past 5 years, which is prominent in his passionate energy for problem-solving and helping others. He is a co-founder of the Pacific Northwest... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 11:30am - 11:45am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 4
  Demo Theater

11:30am CDT

Deploy, Release, CI/CD, Oh My! DevOps for the Rest of Us - Jeremy Meiss, CircleCI
While it seems that every week new terms appear to describe DevOps tools, segments, ideas, practices, etc., are they really new? And with so many entering the DevOps community, plenty of these terms form a word salad that is tough to sort out. CI/CD, Progressive Delivery, AIOps, GitOps, TreeOps (not real, yet?) - are they all the same, or are they just reimagining last week’s buzz words? In this talk we will break down a few of these terms, what they mean, how they’re used, and why they may matter for you and your teams and set a baseline for interacting with the DevOps community.

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Meiss

Jeremy Meiss

Director, Developer Relations, CircleCI
Jeremy is the Director of DevRel & Community at CircleCI, formerly at Solace, Auth0, and XDA. With over 27 years in Tech, covering just about every functional area including Support, SysAdmin, Application Developer, Program Manager, and Business Analyst, Jeremy is active in the DevRel... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 11:30am - 12:00pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 1
  101 Sessions, Community & Culture
  • Technology Focus Other
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

11:30am CDT

Reducing Deployment Risks with Progressive Automated Canary and Spinnaker in a Regulated Environment - Carlos Martini, Vanguard
We've all been there: we've spend countless hours creating automated tests and manually testing new functionality to ensure our applications work well only to have production users use our system in unexpected ways and break the application. So how can we reduce risks even further when deploying to production? And how do we do this in a highly regulated environment? Progressive automated canary allows us to slowly and, more importantly, automatically ramp up production traffic to a new version. This talk will not only focus on how to setup progressive automated canary using Spinnaker, but on how to do it in a way where large and highly regulated companies can meet their regulatory requirements. We'll dive into using pipeline templates and different stage types to provide consistent deployments, meet custom regulation requirements, and integrate with change management systems.

Speakers
avatar for Carlos Martini

Carlos Martini

Senior Cloud Architect, Vanguard
Carlos is a Senior Cloud Architect in the CTO at Vanguard. He is currently working in the Kubernetes platform team at Vanguard with a focus in CD. During his 12+ years in IT he has had an obsession for learning new technologies, understanding client problems, and then trying to solve... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 11:30am - 12:00pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 3
  Cloud Native Continuous Delivery
  • Technology Focus Spinnaker
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

11:30am CDT

Dependency Management: Where the Fork are We? - Olivier Vernin, Suse
Today’s software development relies more than ever on (third) dependencies. Even though solutions exist to help maintain them, yet, we see many of them being outdated. Why do so many teams struggle with that practice?

Let’s see that together.

Speakers
avatar for Olivier Vernin

Olivier Vernin

Engineering Manager, Suse
Engineering Manager as SUSE working on containers ecosystem and former Infrastructure officer on the Jenkins project. Olivier has extensive experience in managing and building tooling around infrastructure automation.


Tuesday June 7, 2022 11:30am - 12:00pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 2

11:30am CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] Journey to Automated Releases - Kranthi Challa & Deepa Padmanabhan, Netflix
How do we go from dreading a release to embracing the sense of accomplishment that a release is meant to bring? The solution needs to provide high confidence to bring about a culture shift, where humans are no longer gatekeepers of the release process. Our methodology meets this high bar with ideas like - application partitioning for independent rollouts - build-confidence scores for sign-off - promotion checks that backtrack a releasable build and many more. In this talk, you will learn the Netflix UI team’s journey in building a “Release ROBOT” for continuously delivering a large monolithic codebase while seamlessly entertaining the world.

Speakers
avatar for Kranthi Challa

Kranthi Challa

Sr Site Reliability Engineer, Netflix
Kranthi is a Senior Site Reliability Engineer in the Website tooling and delivery team at Netflix. With more than 10 years of experience working for Netflix and previously Microsoft, she has a passion for customer experience and continuous delivery. At Netflix she focuses on building... Read More →
avatar for Deepa Padmanabhan

Deepa Padmanabhan

Sr Software Engineer, Netflix
Deepa is a Senior Software Engineer focussing on Tools and Infrastructure on the UI Platform team at Netflix. She is passionate about enabling smooth developer experiences and efficient deployments and automating workflows across the different client platforms. She has over 10 years... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 11:30am - 12:00pm CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions

11:30am CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] The State of Art in Tackling Flaky Tests - Kohsuke Kawaguchi, Launchable, Inc.
Flakiness is a part of the reality for software engineers everywhere, it refuses to go away. This is happening in your team whether or not you know it, it caused frustrations, failed pull requests, added more stress to a hotfix delivery. Come listen to Kohsuke Kawaguchi, the creator of Jenkins to learn how software teams around the world has tackled this problem, from “idol” companies like Google & GitHub, to the “next door neighbor” company just like yours, so that you can tackle this in your team, and see how this is a part of a bigger emerging movement.

Speakers
avatar for Kohsuke Kawaguchi

Kohsuke Kawaguchi

Co-CEO, Launchable, Inc.
Kohsuke Kawaguchi is the creator of Jenkins and co-CEO of Launchable. He is a well-respected developer and popular speaker at industry and Jenkins community events. Kawaguchi’s sensibilities in creating Jenkins and his deep understanding of how to translate its capabilities into... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 11:30am - 12:00pm CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions

11:40am CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] Failure Is Not an Option It's a Fact - Ixchel Ruiz, JFrog
Failure is an inevitable part of success. Failure in the context of innovation efforts has helped thousands of start-up companies to succeed but in the context of a known execution process, it can harm results or reputations or create undue risk. In software development we are situated at the cross road between innovation and known processes so how do we benefit from failure and achieve success?

Speakers
avatar for Ixchel Ruiz

Ixchel Ruiz

DA - Senior Software Developer, JFrog
Ixchel Ruiz has developed software applications and tools since 2000. Her research interests include Java, dynamic languages, client-side technologies, DevSecOps, and testing. A Java Champion, CD Foundation Ambassador, SuperFrog, Hackergarten enthusiast, open source advocate, public... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 11:40am - 11:50am CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions

11:45am CDT

Demo Theater: Practical Path to Infrastructure as Code at Scale - Sean O'Dell, Spacelift
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) has become fundamental to managing any cloud, infrastructure, or service for many individuals, teams, and organizations. With the expansion of Multi-Cloud and distributed teams, IaC tooling has struggled to maintain the agility and value that it originally set out to solve. Infrastructure management can and should follow basic DevOps principles and practices, but many organizations are beginning to see a gap or change in awareness, collaboration, and teamwork.
This session will focus on solving a few of the challenges that teams face when managing their infrastructure as code at scale!

Speakers
avatar for Sean O'Dell

Sean O'Dell

Head of Developer Relations, Spacelift
Sean is the Head of Developer Relations at Spacelift. Sean believes every IT organization can and should develop and practice the DevOps way of life! Sean is a reformed infrastructure administrator and architect with a passion for enabling Developers and Application teams to succeed... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 11:45am - 12:00pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 4
  Demo Theater
  • Technology Focus Other
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

12:00pm CDT

Lunch (Attendees on Own)
Tuesday June 7, 2022 12:00pm - 1:45pm CDT

1:45pm CDT

Welcome & Opening Remarks - Fatih Degirmenci, General Manager, Continuous Delivery Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Fatih Degirmenci

Fatih Degirmenci

General Manager, Continuous Delivery Foundation
Fatih joined the Linux Foundation to lead the CDFoundation. Fatih specializes in infrastructure, automation, CI/CD and DevOps and involved in several CI/CD initiatives across open source as contributor, maintainer, and project technical lead.Before joining the Linux Foundation, Fatih... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 1:45pm - 2:00pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

1:45pm CDT

1:45pm CDT

GraphQL Conf
The GraphQL Foundation's inaugural GraphQL Conf will be co-located with OpenJS World and cdCon. This collaborator summit-style event will be an opportunity for core GraphQL spec and implementation developers to meet in-person, discuss recent work, and plan for the future. All attendees of OpenJS World and cdCon are welcome.
Talks are expected to include:
  • Recent activity in the GraphQL specification working group, such as Defer and Stream, Input Unions, and Client-Controlled Nullability.
  • Downstream implementations of GraphQL
  • Security considerations
  • Common practices and lessons learned
To learn more, click here.
How to Register: Pre-registration is not required; however, if you plan to participate please add GraphQL Conf to your existing cdCon registration.

Tuesday June 7, 2022 1:45pm - 6:00pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 402/403

2:00pm CDT

Keynote: The Great Personal Re-Invention: How the Great Resignation Blended Professional and Personal Ambitions - Grace Francisco, Vice President of Developer Relations Strategy & Experience, Cisco
In 2021, more than 47 million Americans voluntarily quit their jobs in a mass exodus from the workplace commonly called “The Great Resignation.” The effect of this professional migration is something we see and feel every day, from labor shortages to delays in the supply chain. Yet, it has also the been the cause for unprecedented innovation and creation – nearly 5 million new businesses were launched in 2021, a jump of 55 percent over the same period in 2019.

The disruption of the Great Resignation has created an opportunity for personal re-invention – where individuals are transitioning from developer to founder, blending professional and personal ambitions into a holistic view of what they want from their work life. In fact, half of the Americans that quit their jobs in 2021 made a career shift, not a career stop.

In this session from Grace Francisco, VP of Cisco Developer Relations Strategy & Experience, we’ll cover how developers and software are a bridge for a workforce that is re-inventing – looking for more than new jobs, but a new model of work. In addition, Grace will share insights gained from her two decades of experience in software, skill transformation, and personal career re-invention. Learn what lessons we can take from the Great Resignation; what opportunities for personal and professional re-invention are now present; and how adopting the agile mindset of developers can change the way we can all work, live, invent, and create.

Speakers
avatar for Grace Francisco

Grace Francisco

Vice President of Developer Relations Strategy & Experience, Cisco
As the Vice President of Developer Relations Strategy and Experience at Cisco, Grace Francisco is responsible for defining and growing Cisco's broad-based developer strategy. Creating new capabilities and programming for Enterprise Software Developers, DevOps, Site Reliability Engineers... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 2:00pm - 2:20pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

2:20pm CDT

Keynote: Intelligent Deployments: Focus on Building Great Code Rather than Deploying It - Stephen Atwell, Principal Product Manager, Armory & Christopher Baldwin, Chief Architect, Upwave
Empower your developers to focus on building great code rather than deploying it. Remove demand on your developers and reduce risk to your customer experience by minimizing service disruptions due to change failures. Intelligent deployments let you leverage advanced deployment strategies to Kubernetes, integrate pre-production verification tasks, and automate code deployment across all environments regardless of your CD maturity level.

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Baldwin

Christopher Baldwin

Chief Architect, Upwave
avatar for Stephen Atwell

Stephen Atwell

Principal Product Manager, Armory
Stephen Atwell develops products to improve the life of technologists. Currently, his focus is on simplifying complex deployment patterns at Armory (https://www.armory.io/). Stephen was a speaker at CDCon in 2021, and the TBM Conference in 2015.Stephen started working in IT Operations in 1998 and transitioned to developing software in 2006. Since then he has focused on developing products that solve problems he experienced in his previous roles. Stephen... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 2:20pm - 2:25pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

2:25pm CDT

Keynote: Software Delivery and Developer Experience in the Age of Platform Engineering - KellyAnn Fitzpatrick, Senior Industry Analyst, RedMonk
As developer velocity and productivity become increasingly important priorities to the business side of software production, we have seen more organizations attempt to address the developer experience gap: the disjointed experience that results from overwhelming choice and fragmentation of the tools and processes used to build and release software. One ascendant solution: the emergence of teams dedicated to engineering internal platforms that integrate these tools and processes so that application developers can focus their creative efforts on writing code. This talk covers some of the trends we are seeing in platform engineering and considers the often complex delivery setups involved when we are talking about systems engineered to help developers build and release software--systems that have to consider developers as both consumers and producers.

Speakers
avatar for KellyAnn Fitzpatrick

KellyAnn Fitzpatrick

Senior Industry Analyst, RedMonk
KellyAnn Fitzpatrick is a Senior Industry Analyst at RedMonk, the developer-focused industry analyst firm. Having previously worked as a QA analyst, test & release manager, and tech writer, she has experience with containers, CI/CD, testing frameworks, documentation, and training... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 2:25pm - 2:45pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

2:50pm CDT

Keynote: Continuous Delivery 2.0 – Intelligent CD for the Complex Enterprise - Gopal Dommety, CEO, OpsMx
Increasingly complex teams, workflows, and security and compliance concerns are common hurdles for organizations trying to increase the velocity and accuracy of their multi-cloud software releases. Diverse toolchains and the need for high availability increase the demands. Leading organizations are implementing CD solutions that combine role-based access controls, central policy engines, and AI-based intelligence capabilities to rapidly scale their release volume while achieving new standards for release speed and accuracy. In this talk, Gopal Dommety, CEO of OpsMx will discuss the changes driving the way leading enterprises approach software delivery and the emerging solutions that are enabling massive improvements in Continuous Delivery.

Speakers
avatar for Gopal Dommety

Gopal Dommety

CEO, OpsMx
Gopal Dommety is the CEO of OpsMx. Gopal is a serial entrepreneur and technology visionary. As CEO, he has built the team to scale the technology and go to market functions, and has proven product-market fit with customers like Cisco, Salesforce, Standard Chartered Bank, Juniper Networks... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 2:50pm - 2:55pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

2:50pm CDT

(GraphQL Conf) Schema Metadata: A Growing Need - Benjie Gillam, Graphile
GraphQL's introspection system is one of its key features, enabling much of the powerful tooling we use throughout the GraphQL ecosystem. However, currently the GraphQL specification doesn't give an official way to add custom metadata to schemas. From complex challenges such as federating schemas to simply indicating pagination limits, our needs for this metadata are growing. This talk will surface some of the use cases for schema metadata, look over some of the workarounds that are in use, and briefly explore some proposed solutions.

Speakers

Tuesday June 7, 2022 2:50pm - 3:30pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 402/403

2:55pm CDT

Keynote: The Cost of Agility at Scale: It's All Fun and Games Until the Bill Comes - Tim Banks, Principal Cloud Economist, The Duckbill Group
Cloud-native technlogies have enabled engineering teams to develop and deploy at lightning speeds. But without careful consideration of the economic impact of their architectural decisions, at scale, these decisions can cause more financial problems than they need to. We will talk about some common practices and architectures that become economically inefficient at scale, some better alternatives, and how to determine when it's the right time to reexamine your architecture.

Speakers
avatar for Tim Banks

Tim Banks

Principal Cloud Economist, The Duckbill Group
Tim’s tech career spans over 20 years through various sectors. Tim’s initial journey into tech started as a US Marine. Later, he left government contracting for the private sector, working both in large corporate environments and in small startups. While working in the private... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 2:55pm - 3:15pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

3:15pm CDT

Break
Tuesday June 7, 2022 3:15pm - 3:45pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom Foyer - Level 4

3:45pm CDT

Keynote: The Four Keys: Measuring Software Delivery - Dave Stanke, Developer Advocate & Roger Martinez, Developer Advocate, Google
Through nearly a decade of research, the DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA) group has identified four key metrics that indicate the performance of a software development team. As leading indicators of the value that software teams provide to their organizations, these metrics can inform best practices and guide continuous improvement. This session describes an easy-to-adopt approach to instrumenting applications and services with DevOps telemetry. Dave Stanke and Roger Martinez will present the Four Keys project, an open source toolkit that automates these measurements and compiles them into an easy-to-use dashboard.

Speakers
avatar for Dave Stanke

Dave Stanke

Developer Advocate, Google
Dave is a Developer Advocate for Google Cloud Platform, aligned to the DevOps community. He loves talking with practitioners: listening to stories, telling stories, sharing a healthy cry. Prior to Google, he was the CTO of OvationTix/TheaterMania, a tech startup in the performing... Read More →
avatar for Roger Martinez

Roger Martinez

Developer Advocate, Google
Roger creates content around Google Cloud and DevOps. Before diving into a developer advocacy role, he worked in tech support and system administration at Google and at smaller companies before that. Roger is passionate about increasing representation and opportunities for black and... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 3:45pm - 4:05pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

4:00pm CDT

(GraphQL Conf) A Million Messages a Minute - Tanmai Gopal, Hasura
GraphQL allows for developers to “subscribe” to changes and has made the idea of building realtime and streaming applications much easier to reason about. In this talk, Tanmai will discuss patterns for a GraphQL API that will allow you to handle different types of realtime and streaming workloads: live-queries, streaming realtime changes and streaming large volumes of data. He will also discuss ways to handle such workloads on the frontend, with a focus on easy developer experience and scalability (backpressure, anyone?!).



Speakers
TG

Tanmai Gopal

CEO, Hasura
Tanmai is the co-founder of hasura.io, an open-source engine that gives developers instant realtime GraphQL APIs and eventing on Postgres. Tanmai has been active in the cloud-native, Postgres & GraphQL community, and is a frequent speaker at related international conferences and... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 4:00pm - 4:40pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 402/403

4:10pm CDT

Keynote: How to Win Friends and Reduce Tech Debt with Developer Experience - Amara Graham, Head of Developer Experience, Camunda
Developer Experience (DX) has become a bit of the hot newness in tech with companies scrambling to hire or rebrand existing teams to focus on DX. The truth is, most developer-friendly companies already have a fair amount of DX baked into their culture. Where both companies and projects fail is volunteer investment or maintenance in DX when it’s not considered part of the fully-supported product stack. This kind of behavior breeds unchecked tech debt. Let’s talk through some things you can recognize and some other things you can avoid to enable developers with or without an official developer experience (DX) program.

Speakers
avatar for Amara Graham

Amara Graham

Head of Developer Experience, Camunda
Amara is the Head of Developer Experience at Camunda. Before her step into developer relations, she was an enterprise web application developer focusing on line of business applications and assisting developers across various teams on implementing proprietary and open source solutions... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 4:10pm - 4:30pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

4:30pm CDT

Keynote: You're Good at CI, You're Good at CD, But Where's the Work Taking You? - Michael Stahnke, Vice President of Platform, CircleCI
We'll cover the complexity of change approaching modern application delivery and why the changes you intentionally make, and the ones that happen to you, require us to deeply understand desired behavior and reactions to the true initiator of all technology work -- change.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Stahnke

Michael Stahnke

Vice President of Platform, CircleCI
Michael Stahnke is Vice President of Platform at CircleCI running SRE, security, and tooling. Prior to this, he worked at Puppet running Puppet Enterprise Engineering, Platform Engineering as well as SRE.He is an established author, having co-authored State of DevOps Reports and State... Read More →



Tuesday June 7, 2022 4:30pm - 4:35pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8
  Keynote Sessions
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

4:40pm CDT

Keynote: The Future of Continuous Delivery - Sarah Novotny, Microsoft; Hong Wang, Akuity; Isaac Mosquera, AWS & Tim Jacomb, Kainos; Moderated by Fatih Degirmenci, Continuous Delivery Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Fatih Degirmenci

Fatih Degirmenci

General Manager, Continuous Delivery Foundation
Fatih joined the Linux Foundation to lead the CDFoundation. Fatih specializes in infrastructure, automation, CI/CD and DevOps and involved in several CI/CD initiatives across open source as contributor, maintainer, and project technical lead.Before joining the Linux Foundation, Fatih... Read More →
avatar for Tim Jacomb

Tim Jacomb

Jenkins Release Officer and Lead Software Engineer, Kainos
Tim has been the Jenkins Release Officer since December 2020 and has led the delivery of significant improvements to Jenkins core, including user interface modernization, major internal component upgrades, and more.  He automated the creation of the Jenkins changelog.  He was recognized... Read More →
avatar for Isaac Mosquera

Isaac Mosquera

Principal GTM Leader, Serverless, AWS
My experience has been focused on building startups from the ground up, where I have served as CTO, with 4 successful exits/acquisitions. In my past I've enjoyed building software products across multiple domains (e.g., adtech, big data, mobile, social, DevOps tooling) that bring... Read More →
avatar for Hong Wang

Hong Wang

Co-Founder and CEO, Akuity
Hong Wang is a founding member of the Argo Project. Prior to founding Akuity, Hong was the Argo team manager at Intuit and built the control plane used to manage hundreds of Kubernetes clusters and thousands of namespaces. Hong has extensive experience in distributed system projects... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Novotny

Sarah Novotny

Open Source Wonk, Azure OCTO, Microsoft
Sarah Novotny has long been an Open Source community champion in communities such as Kubernetes, NGINX and MySQL. She most recently led the Open Source Strategy group for Google Cloud Platform and previously ran large scale technology infrastructures before web-scale had a name. Novotny... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 4:40pm - 5:00pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

4:40pm CDT

(GraphQL Conf) GraphQL Dev Supporting Tools in Meta - Jianfeng Chen, Meta Platform
At Meta, we've built a series to tool kits to simplify GraphQL development for iOS and Android mobile App developers. In this talk, I will cover the following topics:

* a new LSP protocol in Rust for GraphQL language;
* how the LSP enables IDE tooling when editing GraphQL queries;
* how we verify the correctness of GraphQL sources during other dev stages, including before/during local compiling stage, code review stage and integration testing.







Speakers
JC

Jianfeng Chen

Meta Platform


Tuesday June 7, 2022 4:40pm - 5:20pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 402/403

5:00pm CDT

Keynote Session: Community Awards & Closing Remarks - Fatih Degirmenci, General Manager, Continuous Delivery Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Fatih Degirmenci

Fatih Degirmenci

General Manager, Continuous Delivery Foundation
Fatih joined the Linux Foundation to lead the CDFoundation. Fatih specializes in infrastructure, automation, CI/CD and DevOps and involved in several CI/CD initiatives across open source as contributor, maintainer, and project technical lead.Before joining the Linux Foundation, Fatih... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 5:00pm - 5:30pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

5:20pm CDT

(GraphQL Conf) Introducing GraphQL @defer and @stream - Michael Staib, Chillicream & Rob Richard, 1stDibs
In this talk, we will explain GraphQL defer and stream. We will start at the top by explaining the basic concepts of the new directives and how you can use them in your everyday projects.
 
As we have a basic understanding of @defer and @stream, we will drill deep into the inner workings of the GraphQL execution and unpack how @defer and @stream work. In this talk, we will give you some unique insights into the design decisions the GraphQL working group has taken on this exciting new feature.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Staib

Michael Staib

Chillicream
Michael is a member of the GraphQL technical steering committee, a Microsoft MVP, and the author of the Hot Chocolate project (https://github.com/ChilliCream/hotchocolate), a platform for building GraphQL servers and clients in .NET. This open-source project has been his main focus for the last couple of years. Apart from his work in the open-source community, Michael works as a consultant to help companies move to GraphQL. You can read about the... Read More →
avatar for Rob Richard

Rob Richard

1stDibs
Rob is a Front-End Engineer at 1stDibs, an online marketplace for high-end furniture, home décor, jewelry, watches, art, and fashion. Rob has led the adoption of GraphQL and Relay to power 1stDibs' front-end. Rob is also working with the GraphQL Working Group to champion the addition... Read More →


Tuesday June 7, 2022 5:20pm - 6:00pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 402/403

5:30pm CDT

 
Wednesday, June 8
 

6:45am CDT

5K Fun Run
Date + Time: Wednesday, June 8, 6:45 – 8:00 AM | Location: JW Marriott Austin
Registration Cost: Complimentary
How to Register: Sign up here!

View the run route here: https://maphub.net/Ackerleyl/map-13

We are pleased to offer a complimentary, casual, and inclusive 5K running tour of downtown Austin during cdCon and OpenJS World 2022.

The 5K will be offered Wednesday, June 8, 2022 by Swift Fit Events. This will be the perfect way to wake up and get your energy going for the day!

Meet outside the main entrance of the JW Marriott Austin at 6:45 AM to start – the run will go from approximately 7:00 – 8:00 AM. All paces are welcome!

Participants will be required to provide their own running attire and water. The run will take place regardless of weather.

Wednesday June 8, 2022 6:45am - 8:00am CDT
JW Marriott - Outside of the Main Entrance

8:00am CDT

9:00am CDT

Sponsor Showcase
Wednesday June 8, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 5 - 6

9:30am CDT

Keynote: Welcome Back- Sara Chipps, Engineering Manager, LinkedIn & Jeremy Meiss, Director, DevRel & Community, CircleCI
Speakers
avatar for Sara Chipps

Sara Chipps

Engineering Manager, LinkedIn
As co-founder of the non-profit Girl Develop It and co-founder and CEO of Jewelbots, technology-enabled jewelry for tween and teen girls, JavaScript developer Sara Chipps is actively working to increase the number of women and girls becoming web and software developers and entering... Read More →
avatar for Jeremy Meiss

Jeremy Meiss

Director, Developer Relations, CircleCI
Jeremy is the Director of DevRel & Community at CircleCI, formerly at Solace, Auth0, and XDA. With over 27 years in Tech, covering just about every functional area including Support, SysAdmin, Application Developer, Program Manager, and Business Analyst, Jeremy is active in the DevRel... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 9:30am - 9:40am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

9:40am CDT

Keynote: Brian Behlendorf, General Manager, Open Source Security Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Brian Behlendorf

Brian Behlendorf

General Manager, OpenSSF
Brian Behlendorf is the General Manager for the Open Source Security Foundation, an initiative of the Linux Foundation. Brian has founded and lead open source software communities and initiatives for more than 30 years, first as a co-founder of the Apache Software Foundation and then... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 9:40am - 10:00am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

10:05am CDT

Keynote: Hacking the OSS Supply Chain - Melissa McKay, Developer Advocate, JFrog
Developers depend upon an ecosystem of open-source technologies that fuel innovation and decrease time to market. A typical business application is composed of >80% open source code, so what happens when the open source software supply chain gets hacked and thousands of enterprises are left exposed to potentially devastating security exploits. The SolarWinds hack is just the tip of the iceberg on a much larger security concern that spans the industry affecting all programming languages, platforms, and cloud services. In this keynote we will expose security holes and exploits in the open source ecosystem as well as propose a system for securing the software supply chain at a fundamental level.

Speakers
avatar for Melissa McKay

Melissa McKay

Developer Advocate, JFrog
Melissa’s career as a developer and software engineer spans over 20 years, and her experience spans a slew of technologies and tools used in the development and operation of enterprise products and services. Given her passion for Java and DevOps, she chose to pursue a developer... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 10:05am - 10:15am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

10:15am CDT

10:40am CDT

Keynote: Why Monorepos - Jeff Cross, Co-Founder & Principal Architect, Nrwl
Monorepos have been getting a lot of attention recently in the JavaScript community. Is it just hype, or can monorepos fundamentally change how a software organization works? In this talk, Jeff will explore the tooling, nuance, and tradeoffs of monorepos vs other approaches, using resources from the informational site https://monorepo.tools.

Speakers
avatar for Jeff Cross

Jeff Cross

Co-Founder, Principal Architect, Nrwl
Jeff is  the CEO of Nrwl, the company behind Nx. Before co-founding Nrwl with Victor Savkin, Jeff (and Victor) used to work on the Angular team at Google, where he led the mobile and performance efforts for Angular. Now he spends his work days helping software dev teams collaborate... Read More →



Wednesday June 8, 2022 10:40am - 11:00am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8
  Keynote Sessions
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

11:00am CDT

Keynote: Hilary Carter, VP Research, Linux Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Hilary Carter

Hilary Carter

VP Research, The Linux Foundation
Hilary Carter is VP Research at the Linux Foundation where she leads the creation of decision-useful insights into the open source technologies and standards underpinning much of the digital infrastructure on which the global economy depends. She is the author of multiple research... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 11:00am - 11:20am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

11:20am CDT

Keynote: Moving from Awareness to Action: Creating Inclusive and Accessible Experiences - Reginé Gilbert, Industry Assistant Professor, NYU
We are responsible for creating worlds of experiences and systems that impact millions of people – with lasting impacts.

In the world of technology, where accessibility is critical to one’s experience, what else can we do with design to broaden technology’s reach, and what design solutions can we build into our services and products to make them more inclusive? Finally, we will discuss moving from awareness to action to create a more inclusive world.

Speakers
avatar for Reginé Gilbert

Reginé Gilbert

Industry Assistant Professor, NYU
Reginé Gilbert is a user experience designer, educator, and author with over 10 years of experience working in the technology arena. She has a strong belief in making the world a more accessible place—one that starts and ends with the user. Regine’s areas of research focus... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 11:20am - 11:40am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

11:45am CDT

Keynote: Embracing Open Source to Beat the Great Reshuffle - Joe Sepi, Program Director of Open Tech, IBM
Integrating open source at the core of your business makes good sense from a business perspective in a variety of ways. In this keynote, I will focus on the people part of the benefits, from talent to culture. Empowering employees to be authentically engaged in open source can provide access to an excellent hiring pipeline, help insulate companies against the “great reshuffling,” and bring you greater returns on your investment.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Sepi

Joe Sepi

Program Director of Open Tech, IBM
Joe Sepi is passionate about advancing the web forward through open source technologies and open communities. He has held engineering leadership positions at The New York Times, Adobe, Credit Suisse, Sears as well as a few start-ups. He joined IBM to lead developer advocacy for StrongLoop... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 11:45am - 11:55am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

11:55am CDT

Keynote: Cory Doctorow, Science Fiction Author, Activist, and Journalist
Speakers
avatar for Cory Doctorow

Cory Doctorow

Science Fiction Author, Activist, and Journalist
Cory Doctorow (craphound.com) is a science fiction author, activist, and journalist. His latest book is ATTACK SURFACE, a standalone adult sequel to LITTLE BROTHER. He is also the author HOW TO DESTROY SURVEILLANCE CAPITALISM, nonfiction about conspiracies and monopolies; and of RADICALIZED... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 11:55am - 12:15pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

12:15pm CDT

Keynote: Securing JavaScript - Myles Borins, Product Manager, GitHub
The npm registry is the heart of the JavaScript ecosystem. Hear about the steps we've taken at GitHub to secure this important part of the software supply chain from enforcing software solutions such as automated malware scanning to policy such as enforcing two-factor authentication for high-impact packages. This talk will cover what we've shipped to respond to an increase in threats to our ecosystem and what we are working on next.

Speakers
avatar for Myles Borins

Myles Borins

Product Manager, GitHub
Myles Borins is a developer, musician, artist, and maker Myles works at GitHub as an Open Source Product Manager Myles is a Node.js TSC members, TC39 delegate, and former OpenJS board member. Myles cares about the open web and healthy communities


Wednesday June 8, 2022 12:15pm - 12:35pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8

12:15pm CDT

Lunch (Attendees on Own)
Wednesday June 8, 2022 12:15pm - 2:15pm CDT

1:15pm CDT

Creating Inclusive Environments Workshop - Gin Pham, Transgender Education Network of Texas
Speakers
avatar for Gin Pham

Gin Pham

Communications and Outreach Manager, TENT
Gin Nguyên Pham is the Community Engagement Specialist for the Transgender Education Network of Texas (TENT). They formerly served as a Health Promotions Specialist at AIDS Services of Austin and The Q (2018–19). They have provided and helped build various community spaces for... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 1:15pm - 2:00pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 4

2:15pm CDT

Lightning Talk: How Capital One is Redefining DevSecOps by Strengthening the software Supply Chain - Nureen, D'Souza, Capital One
There is no doubt that strengthening technology supply chains is now a hot-button issue for companies as we see an uptake in the open source software usage. A well-managed supply chain and secure software delivery pipelines are crucial to business success. Nureen will share how to implement a culture that engrains security as an organization-wide value. Learn how Capital One is making software rollouts reliable, secure and boring, allowing application developers to focus their time on innovation and customer value-add features and not on software maintenance chores.

Speakers
avatar for Nureen D’Souza

Nureen D’Souza

Director, Open Source Program Office, Capital One
Nureen D’Souza leads Capital One’s Open Source Program Office where she strives to make a positive impact on the open source community through structured adoption, upstream contribution, and release of open source projects. She has been with the company for seven years, transforming software delivery ecosystems, harnessing the power of technology... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:15pm - 2:25pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 4
  Sponsored Sessions

2:15pm CDT

Opentelemetry and Your Tests - Manuel de la Pena, Elastic
Test data is a gold mine that is rarely explored when discussing software quality and best development practices. Tens of thousands of tests might be executed in your CI pipelines everyday, generating a massive amount of data for you effortlessly. Right now, this data is lying around without producing you any value, but what if you could harness this data to accomplish something? If used correctly, you could be able to, for example, detect test flakiness, notify the right people on failures, and much more. All you have to do is capture this data and turn it into insight using an instrumentation layer. You can add this layer on top of the jUnit de-facto standard for test reports. By doing this, you'll be able to send traces and metrics to a backend using another standard, OpenTelemetry, and explore that information from there in whatever manner it is helpful for your interest.

Speakers
avatar for Manuel de la Peña

Manuel de la Peña

Sr Software Engineer, Elastic
Manuel is a Sr. software engineer at the Engineering Productivity team for Observability in Elastic, where he looks for improving the quality in the software products and in the processes to build those products, always from the automation standpoint. Before joining Elastic he was... Read More →



Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:15pm - 2:45pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 3
  Observability & Analytics

2:15pm CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] Modern Organizational Architecture, Are Microservices a Model for Diversity? - Brian Dawson, Ortelius, Ripple
DevOps and Continuous Delivery require thoughtful attention to the Trinity of People/Culture, Process/Practices, and Tools/Tech. Very often teams and organization lean into the hard science of Process/Practices or Tools/Tech while struggling with or even completely avoiding People/Culture. Yet as proven by many high performing teams, a healthy and effective approach People and Culture is key to your success. In this session we will use the concept of micro-services as an analogy for how we can frame and manage diversity as "micro-cultures" which can balance between flexibility, freedom and alignment on shared objectives. Similar to the promise of micro services as enabling resilient fault tolerant systems, we can achieve resilient fault tolerant software organizations.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Dawson

Brian Dawson

DevOps Evangelist, Ortelius Board of Governers, Ripple - Head of Partner Relations, Ortelius, Ripple
I have over 28+ years in software development in the areas of: ● Product Management/Marketing ● Developer Relations and Evangelism ● Technical Sales and Solutions Architecture ● Quality, Engineering, and Development ● Consulting and Engineering Services ● Partner and Business... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:15pm - 2:45pm CDT
Virtual Track

2:15pm CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] The Battle of Policies: OPA’s Rego vs. JSON Schema - Shimon Tolts, Datree
On the one hand, it’s well known that OPA's Rego is very popular and easy to get started with, but hard to master. On the other hand, JSON Schema is considered one of the fundamental libraries for validating manifests… but which one is THE ONE for you? In this talk, we'll battle it out head to head with the two ultimate libraries OPA's Rego and JSON Schema. We'll test both of the solutions by validating Kubernetes manifests against real-life use cases and review their pros and cons. We’ll explore how we can integrate each one of them into the CI/CD pipeline, and learn how they work under the hood. Finally, we’ll make the case for which one to use in which scenario. May the best config language win!

Speakers
avatar for Shimon Tolts

Shimon Tolts

CEO & Co-Founder, Datree
Shimon established and managed the Software Engineering Infrastructure department for 400 engineers at ironSource. Also as an AWS Community Hero, Shimon runs the largest AWS user-group worldwide and an avid speaker at conferences. Today, Shimon is the CEO & Co-Founder at Datree, an... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:15pm - 2:45pm CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions

2:15pm CDT

(GraphQL Conf) From Reference Implementation to Production - The Parallel Roles of graphql-js - Laurin Quast & Saihajpreet Singh, The Guild
The rise in popularity of GraphQL has a lot to do with the fact that it was released together with graphql-js - a fully functional reference implementation library.

Ever since that release, graphql-js had unexpected success and took more roles other than just a reference implementation.

In this talk we would go through the history of graphql-js and the various applications it has in the community, and try to lay out different possible paths for the future of the library and its different roles in the community.

Speakers

Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:15pm - 2:55pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 402/403

2:15pm CDT

GraphQL Conf
The GraphQL Foundation's inaugural GraphQL Conf will be co-located with OpenJS World and cdCon. This collaborator summit-style event will be an opportunity for core GraphQL spec and implementation developers to meet in-person, discuss recent work, and plan for the future. All attendees of OpenJS World and cdCon are welcome.
Talks are expected to include:
  • Recent activity in the GraphQL specification working group, such as Defer and Stream, Input Unions, and Client-Controlled Nullability.
  • Downstream implementations of GraphQL
  • Security considerations
  • Common practices and lessons learned
To learn more, click here.

How to Register: Pre-registration is not required; however, if you plan to participate please add GraphQL Conf to your existing cdCon registration.

Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:15pm - 5:55pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 402/403

2:25pm CDT

Lightning Talk: Continuous Delivery…except for Database Changes - Robert Reeves, Liquibase
Too often, when we speak of continuous delivery, we omit database changes. Those are handled by another team, another process. As we continue accelerating application releases, the pain of database change delivery becomes more acute. Robert will discuss how we got into this mess and how we should embrace our database friends to bring them to the DevOps party.

Speakers
avatar for Robert Reeves

Robert Reeves

CTO, Liquibase
Robert leads Liquibase’s technology strategy. His is as passionate about supporting everyone he can with Liquibase as he is about punk rock and comic books. Prior to co-founding Liquibase, he was a Director at the Austin Technology Incubator and co-founded Phurnace Software, inventing... Read More →



Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:25pm - 2:35pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 4
  Sponsored Sessions
  • Technology Focus Other
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

2:35pm CDT

Lightning Talk: Understanding DevOps Through the Lenses of Ancient Philosophy - Christoffer Vig, CoWork
The agile and devops movements have become “the way” to run a business and develop software today. Both agile and devops spring out from some previous insights, and build upon certain important principles. I would like to analyze these in the light of ancient philosphy. What would Aristotle say?

Speakers
avatar for Christoffer Vig

Christoffer Vig

CoWorker, CoWork
I am presently working for CoWork, Norway. We are an ongoing experiment to find new ways of working without introducing the double burden of designated leaders. So far, we are 16 people, growing and doing very well. I became interested in computers around 1995 when the internet became... Read More →



Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:35pm - 2:45pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 4
  Community & Leadership
  • Technology Focus Other
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

2:55pm CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] Lightning Talk: Safe to Fail Continuous Delivery Culture - Sylvia Lobo, Digital14
Building a new software product and deploying it in Cloud is a highly innovative and creative process. Things simply don't go to plan all the time, setbacks and failures are inevitable along the way. What makes a difference is how a team deals with them. Each failure is an opportunity to reassess, make a change and try a different approach. In order to succeed, testing teams must become resilient to failure. They must focus on the learning outcomes that they present.

Speakers
avatar for Sylvia Lobo

Sylvia Lobo

Project Manager, Digital14
1. I am Sylvia Lobo, Project Manager with Digital14.I have experience in MS Azure Cloud project management, especially in cloud deployment with Azure Pipeline with Digital14 2. I’m passionate about inclusivity (because it’s a human right) and intersectional growth (there’s stats... Read More →



Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:55pm - 3:05pm CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions, Community & Culture
  • Technology Focus CD Events
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

2:55pm CDT

Leading DevOps Transformation with Gamification - Ravi Devineni, Northwestern Mutual
With many organizations making a pivot to DevOps mindset, it is imperative that we measure progress on that journey. At Northwestern Mutual, we wanted to chart our journey and demonstrate our progress throughout. As a part of that we developed a gamification process which leverages data from various Devops tools in the tool chain and aggregates it into dashboards to provide visibility on current state and trending over time. In this session, I’ll show you what types of metrics we captured and how this process can drive improvements at your organization.

Speakers
avatar for Ravi Devineni

Ravi Devineni

Director of Engineering, Northwestern Mutual
Ravi Devineni is a Director of Engineering at Northwestern Mutual for a team responsible for CI/CD tooling for the whole enterprise. Previously Ravi worked at companies like Amplify/Oracle holding variety of roles including Developer, Architect, Database Administrator, Engineering... Read More →



Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:55pm - 3:25pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 4
  Community & Leadership
  • Technology Focus CD Events
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

2:55pm CDT

(GraphQL Conf) The Future of GraphQL IDEs - Thomas Heyenbrock & Tim Suchanek, GraphCDN
Every developer that has ever used GraphQL has written a query in GraphiQL and it's become one of the most widely used tools in the GraphQL ecosystem. However, alternative implementations like the GraphQL Playground have popped up and shown that one can go even further with a dedicated GraphQL IDE than the original GraphiQL.

In 2020, the GraphQL Playground was handed over to the GraphQL Foundation, and the work on combining the best of both worlds started. Let's explore the brand new GraphiQL!


Speakers
avatar for Thomas Heyenbrock

Thomas Heyenbrock

Software Engineer, Stellate
avatar for Tim Suchanek

Tim Suchanek

GraphCDN


Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:55pm - 3:25pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 402/403

2:55pm CDT

Toolchains Are Only As Strong As Their Weakest Link: A Discussion On Interoperability Across CI/CD Solutions - Melissa McKay, JFrog; Andrea Frittoli, IBM; Fatih Degirmenci, Continuous Delivery Foundation; Mauricio Salatino, VMware; Justin Abrahms, eBay
The development of a CI/CD pipeline often involves cobbling together a number of different tools and technologies. The software development and delivery pipeline from beginning to end is a vast space and one of the benefits of open source technologies is the variety of tools to choose from, each born from a need expressed by the community, and each with their own strengths and capabilities. Although excellent tools have been developed by the community and adopted at large by various organizations, connecting these tools together in a robust and reliable way is a challenge. Join this discussion of the various issues that can arise when composing a full CI/CD pipeline and how these might be addressed. Learn about the CDF Interoperability Special Interest Working Group and its vision to offer clarity and pursue solutions to the CI/CD implementation challenges organizations must overcome.

Speakers
avatar for Mauricio Salatino

Mauricio Salatino

Staff Engineer, VMware
Mauricio is currently working at the Knative OSS Project as part of the VMWare MAPBU team. He is the author of the Continuous Delivery for Kubernetes book for Manning and he is passionate about Open Source, Cloud Native and Kubernetes. You can always get in touch with him via Twitter... Read More →
avatar for Andrea Frittoli

Andrea Frittoli

Open Source Advocate at IBM, co-creator of CDEvents, IBM
Andrea Frittoli is a Developer Advocate at IBM and an open source enthusiast. He is a maintainer to the CDEvents specification and co-chair of the Events Special Interests Group in the Continuous Delivery Foundation. He’s also a maintainer of the Tekton project and a member of Technical... Read More →
avatar for Fatih Degirmenci

Fatih Degirmenci

General Manager, Continuous Delivery Foundation
Fatih joined the Linux Foundation to lead the CDFoundation. Fatih specializes in infrastructure, automation, CI/CD and DevOps and involved in several CI/CD initiatives across open source as contributor, maintainer, and project technical lead.Before joining the Linux Foundation, Fatih... Read More →
avatar for Justin Abrahms

Justin Abrahms

Principal Architect, eBay
Justin Abrahms is a Principal Architect at eBay and chair of their Open Source Program. His day job is spent helping unblock teams from reaching continuous delivery by tackling systemic problems within the organization (lack of tooling/capabilities) as well as targeted team-specific... Read More →
avatar for Melissa McKay

Melissa McKay

Developer Advocate, JFrog
Melissa’s career as a developer and software engineer spans over 20 years, and her experience spans a slew of technologies and tools used in the development and operation of enterprise products and services. Given her passion for Java and DevOps, she chose to pursue a developer... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:55pm - 3:25pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 3

2:55pm CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] DX Design: Diversity Experience as an Accelerator - Ann Marie Fred, Red Hat; Marky Jackson, Equinix; Hope Lynch, CloudBees; Zainab Daodu, She Code Africa & Moderated by Brian Dawson, Ortelius,
As a moderator of this diverse and accomplished panel, Brian Dawson will lead a discussion on real world experience and practices in achieving community growth and team performance though based on diversity and inclusion and in the presence of common challenges and impediments. Attendees will gain honest insights on D&I, and practical examples which they can apply within their communities and organizations.

Speakers
avatar for Zainab Daodu

Zainab Daodu

Open Source Programs Manager, She Code Africa
Zainab is a Technical Writer at Tealium and the Open Source Programs Manager for She Code Africa a non-profit organization focused on celebrating and technically empowering young girls and women in technology across Africa. Her role at She Code Africa involves promoting a more diverse... Read More →
avatar for Marky Jackson

Marky Jackson

Software Engineering Manager, Equinix
Software developer. Lover of family and friends. Die-hard San Francisco Giants fan.
avatar for Hope Lynch

Hope Lynch

Sr. Director, Technology Strategy, CloudBees
My favorite area of focus is Transformation, whether it is Agile, Business, or Digital. Each of these overlap on the Venn diagram of Transformation and each touches all aspects of businesses today. At CloudBees I work as Senior Director of Platform focusing on driving product marketing... Read More →
avatar for Ann Marie Fred

Ann Marie Fred

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
I’ve been a software engineer for more than 20 years, I was a manager for 3 years, and I have been a Security Focal for 4 years. I’ve worked in research, consulting, web portal development, IT systems management development, cloud computing, hybrid cloud, deployment automation... Read More →
avatar for Brian Dawson

Brian Dawson

DevOps Evangelist, Ortelius Board of Governers, Ripple - Head of Partner Relations, Ortelius, Ripple
I have over 28+ years in software development in the areas of: ● Product Management/Marketing ● Developer Relations and Evangelism ● Technical Sales and Solutions Architecture ● Quality, Engineering, and Development ● Consulting and Engineering Services ● Partner and Business... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:55pm - 3:25pm CDT
Virtual Track

2:55pm CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] How Shifting Left is Helping CapitalOne in its CICD Process - Gokul Prabagaren & Nagesh Kumar Vinnakota, CapitalOne
CapitalOne is first U.S Bank to exit out of legacy on-premise datacentres and go all in cloud. On this journey we have completely re-innovated our software delivery and automated all our software delivery process. There are various key milestones to our CICD journey. This talk will focus on how adopting shifting left is helping us in our Software Delivery Lifecycle and Security

Speakers
avatar for Nagesh Kumar Vinnakota

Nagesh Kumar Vinnakota

Engineering Manager, CapitalOne
Engineering Manager at CapitalOne.
avatar for Gokul Prabagaren

Gokul Prabagaren

Engineering Manager, CapitalOne
Engineering Manager at CapitalOne. First Programming Language Personally : Basic First Programming Language Professionally : Java 1.4 on Sun Solaris Latest Stint : Running Apache Spark in Centos VMs and helping team deliver business value Speaker at IndyCloudConf2020, Spark AI Summit... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 2:55pm - 3:25pm CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions

3:25pm CDT

Break
Wednesday June 8, 2022 3:25pm - 3:55pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom Foyer - Level 4

3:55pm CDT

Shipwright - What Happened in our First Year as a CDF Project - Sascha Schwarze & Enrique Encalada, IBM
Shipwright (https://shipwright.io) is a framework for declaring and executing container image builds in a Kubernetes cluster. It provides a pluggable architecture where common tools such as BuildKit, Buildah, or Buildpacks can be used in build strategies; and users define their build configurations based on them. In this talk we will give a quick introduction into the project. We'll describe how easy the installation has become with Shipwright being installable through OperatorHub. We'll see live how our new command-line interface makes it more convenient to get the first build going, and how it enables you to build from code that is on your local machine. Finally, we'll take a tour through a variety of new features in the backend that empower you to build more and secure images. Finally, we'll give an outlook on what's coming next.

Speakers
avatar for Enrique Encalada

Enrique Encalada

Cloud Software Engineer, IBM
Enrique Encalada is a Software developer at IBM Germany, currently leading a team for enabling an in-cluster Build system inside one of IBM's Cloud services and a maintainer of Project Shipwright. Previously, Enrique was actively involved in the Cloud Foundry community, where he was... Read More →
avatar for Sascha Schwarze

Sascha Schwarze

Cloud Software Engineer, IBM
Sascha Schwarze is a Cloud Software Engineer at IBM, working on the Code Engine cloud service, in particular in the team that delivers the component to turn source code into container images. There, he uses Shipwright, a community and project that he is spending a lot of his time... Read More →



Wednesday June 8, 2022 3:55pm - 4:25pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 4
  Cloud Native Continuous Delivery, Security & Supply Chain Security
  • Technology Focus Other
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

3:55pm CDT

Merge Strategies at Scale: Developer Happiness Through Better Code-submission Workflows - Ankit Jain, Aviator Technologies
Code-submission processes can highly impact developer productivity, especially as engineering teams scale and codebase complexity grows. Often, teams that work on a monorepo struggle with keeping their main branch stable, especially as the number of engineers merging changes (and consequently, the number of code-submissions per day) grows. This happens because incompatibilities emerge when multiple changes are combined, causing builds to break frequently. Poly-repo setups present their own challenges: synchronizing merges when changes span multiple repositories, rolling back related changes across repos, and testing across multiple build/test pipelines can become coordination time-sinks for developers. This talk will feature a distillation of various merge strategies that help teams scale, and their associated developer-productivity trade offs.

Speakers
avatar for Ankit Jain

Ankit Jain

CEO & Cofounder, Aviator Technologies
Ankit is a cofounder and CEO of dev-productivity startup Aviator Technologies and also leads the ex-Google alumni network (Xoogler.co). Previously he led engineering teams at Sunshine, Homejoy and Shippo. Prior to that, Ankit was also an EIR at Unshackled Ventures and an engineer... Read More →



Wednesday June 8, 2022 3:55pm - 4:25pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 3
  Developer Experience
  • Technology Focus Jenkins
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

3:55pm CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] Continuous Delivery and InnerSource - Why you Should be Doing Both - Tom Sadler & Steph Egan, BBC
Continuous Delivery and InnerSource are two software engineering practices that aim to increase quality and break down organisational barriers. It may come as no surprise, then, that these practices can really compliment each other. Continuous Delivery makes InnerSource contributions seamless, and gives contributors confidence in the stability of the project. Continuous Delivery tooling is often a good candidate for InnerSource because it solves common problems, and allows consumers to contribute features they require for their specific use cases. This case study of BBC iPlayer & Sounds looks at how InnerSource projects are Continuously Delivered, how Continuous Delivery tooling is opened up to collaboration via InnerSource, and what impact this has.

Speakers
avatar for Steph Egan

Steph Egan

Principal Software Engineer, BBC
Steph is a Principal Software Engineer at the BBC who works with a large variety of teams across the iPlayer and Sounds products to help them with their Delivery Practices. Steph also provides Product support for a development team who are focused on helping other teams “Be better... Read More →
avatar for Tom Sadler

Tom Sadler

Software Engineering Team Lead, BBC
Tom Sadler is a Software Engineering Team Lead for BBC iPlayer & Sounds, working in the connected TV space, and a member of the InnerSource Commons. He is a leader in InnerSource and Continuous Delivery practices within iPlayer and Sounds and across the wider BBC, and a Trusted Committer... Read More →



Wednesday June 8, 2022 3:55pm - 4:25pm CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions
  • Technology Focus Other
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

3:55pm CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] Security as Code: A DevSecOps Approach - Joseph Katsioloudes, GitHub
Security as Code (SaC) is the methodology of codifying security tests, scans and policies. Security is implemented directly into the CI/CD pipeline to automatically and continuously detect security issues. Adopting SaC tightly couples application development with security and vulnerability management, while enabling developers to focus on functionality. More importantly, it improves the collaboration between Development and Security teams and helps nurture a culture of security across the organization. In this session, we will review lessons learned from DevOps to implement a successful DevSecOps culture, i.e how we can make developers contribute security checks with the SaC approach. We will introduce CodeQL, a language that allows security checks with code, and will demo how we can code queries for vulnerabilities so they can be identified as soon as they hit your CI/CD pipeline.

Speakers
avatar for Joseph Katsioloudes

Joseph Katsioloudes

Developer Advocate, GitHub
Joseph Katsioloudes makes cyber security easy for developers as part of his role at GitHub Security Lab. He chose this career path because cyber was his own way, from a very young age, to provide ethical and dedicated service to organisations and the society as a whole. Recent public... Read More →



Wednesday June 8, 2022 3:55pm - 4:25pm CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions

3:55pm CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] The State of Continuous Delivery: The Evolution of Software Delivery Performance - Kara de la Marck, CDF
Speakers
avatar for Kara de la Marck

Kara de la Marck

Senior Ecosystem Advocate, CDF
Kara is a Senior Ecosystem Advocate at the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) and co-chair of the CDF’s Interoperability SIG. Having worked as a developer, Kara enjoys helping developer teams and companies get better at delivering software. She is passionate about open source... Read More →


Wednesday June 8, 2022 3:55pm - 4:25pm CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions

3:55pm CDT

(GraphQL Conf) All for Naught: Client Controlled Nullability - Alex Reilly, Netflix
For over a year now, I along with many other developers from across the community have been working on the Client Controlled Nullability proposal. Client Controlled Nullablibliy is a new GraphQL feature that improves the client developer experience when working with null fields. In this talk we’ll go over what it is, why it came about, our experience working with the GraphQL Working Group and what I learned about working in open source as part of my job at Yelp, a platform that connects people with local businesses.

Speakers

Wednesday June 8, 2022 3:55pm - 4:35pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 402/403

4:35pm CDT

Expanding Interoperability in the CD Ecosystem - Ishan Khare, Loft Labs & Mauricio Salatino, VMware
Building an inclusive ecosystem where you can connect different tools built using different technologies and languages is hard, as different tools tend to promote different protocols and similar but not the same architectural patterns. This presentation focuses on the CDEvents initiative led by the SIG-Events Working Group at the CD Foundation. During this presentation a new use case will be presented showing how tools like Knative, Tekton and Crossplane can work together by just relying on CDEvents, no custom libraries, no forced protocols, just a standard and reactive way to interconnect disparate systems that were created by different communities with different purposes. We have a demo in place that we're working on and would like to present it demonstrating the whole flow end-to-end.

Speakers
avatar for Mauricio Salatino

Mauricio Salatino

Staff Engineer, VMware
Mauricio is currently working at the Knative OSS Project as part of the VMWare MAPBU team. He is the author of the Continuous Delivery for Kubernetes book for Manning and he is passionate about Open Source, Cloud Native and Kubernetes. You can always get in touch with him via Twitter... Read More →
avatar for Ishan Khare

Ishan Khare

Software Engineer, Loft Labs
Ishan is currently a Software Engineer at Loft Labs. He likes to experiment and fiddle with kubernetes and controllers and is interested in Cloud Native ecosystem. You can reach out to him on Twitter @ishankhare07.



Wednesday June 8, 2022 4:35pm - 5:05pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 3
  Cloud Native Continuous Delivery

4:35pm CDT

Canonical GitOps - David Flanagan, Pulumi
Templating. Helm. Overlays. Bases. Directories. Branching. There's many ways to make your GitOps pipeline work across multiple environments, but they're all prone to complexity, environmental coupling, strange Git strategies, and at the end of the day all boil down to the same thing: Just-in-time rendering of YAML. What if we could actually define our application deployment once, without all the noise? In this session, David will introduce you to the concept of Canonical GitOps. A process that acknowledges the Law of Demeter, using environmental inference, and enabling branch based promotion of your application workflows. Let's take a look.,

Speakers
avatar for David Flanagan

David Flanagan

Staff Developer Advocate, Pulumi
David is a Staff Developer Advocate at Pulumi, a CNCF Ambassador, and host of the official Kubernetes Office Hours. As a professional technology magpie, David was an early adopter of cloud, container, and cloud-native technologies; crossing the murky waters of AWS in 2008, Docker... Read More →



Wednesday June 8, 2022 4:35pm - 5:05pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 4

4:35pm CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery Pipelines for Beginners and Managers - Ann Marie Fred, Red Hat
If you keep hearing about Continuous Integration or Continuous Delivery, but you don’t know what these CI/CD Pipelines really do, this is the talk for you. We’ll run through a series of tasks or steps that are commonly handled by CI/CD pipelines. For each, we’ll see what the task does, why it’s important, what inputs and outputs are involved, and what side effects to expect. If you already use CI/CD, this talk could inspire you to do more, especially in the realm of DevSecOps and compliance automation. Build your CI/CD foundational knowledge based on shared vocabulary from the CD Foundation Interoperability SIG!

Speakers
avatar for Ann Marie Fred

Ann Marie Fred

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
I’ve been a software engineer for more than 20 years, I was a manager for 3 years, and I have been a Security Focal for 4 years. I’ve worked in research, consulting, web portal development, IT systems management development, cloud computing, hybrid cloud, deployment automation... Read More →



Wednesday June 8, 2022 4:35pm - 5:05pm CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions

4:35pm CDT

[VIRTUAL SESSION] Jenkins 2022 and Beyond? - Oleg Nenashev, Dynatrace
Is the Butler Still Young? Maybe not but it is still one of the most popular automation tools. Jenkins in 2022 is not Jenkins in 2012. It keeps evolving to address demands from its users and contributors: pipeline as code, configuration as code, better support for cloud environments, UX, etc. We are looking forward to the next major iteration in Jenkins evolution. So what’s next for it? I will focus on the current challenges for Jenkins. What does need to change in the project and the community to keep it relevant? We will talk about revitalizing the community and attracting new company contributors, consolidating user experiences, and reusing experiences of BlueOcean and Jenkins X? We will also talk about interoperability with other projects, making Tekton a first class citizen Pipeline engine, and making Jenkins available everywhere regardless of CI/CD system you actually use.

Speakers
avatar for Oleg Nenashev

Oleg Nenashev

CDF TOC Chair, Jenkins and Keptn maintainer, Dynatrace
Oleg works on open source programs and Keptn community at the Dynatrace Open Source Program Office. He is a TOC chair and community ambassador in the Continuous Delivery Foundation. Oleg is a core maintainer and board member in Jenkins where he writes code, mentors contributors, and... Read More →



Wednesday June 8, 2022 4:35pm - 5:05pm CDT
Virtual Track
  Virtual Sessions, Cloud Native Continuous Delivery
  • Technology Focus Jenkins
  • Presentation Slides Attached Yes

4:35pm CDT

(GraphQL Conf) GraphQL Fails Modularity / GraphQL Modularity - Variable Providers / How Relay Overcomes the Limitations of Client Controlled Nullability - Matt Mahoney, Mofei Zhang, & Dave McCabe, Meta

GraphQL, the language, works against a typical (Bazel, Buck, etc.) build system’s view of modularity. Problems include Overlapping Fields, Fragment Nullability, Query Level Variables, and Huge Schemas.

At Meta, we’re working through these problems with solutions including:

* Fragment Composition (rather than inheritance)
* Keyed/alias'd fragments
* Variable providers
* Fragment arguments
* Schema composition

These features build towards a world where fragments can accurately describe cleanly composable product needs.




Wednesday June 8, 2022 4:35pm - 5:15pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 402/403

5:00pm CDT

Party Starter with Live Band Karaoke
Let’s get the evening events started off with the Texas Live Band Karaoke backing up your performance. Join the OpenJS and CDF communities for the party starter following the Day Two breakout sessions.

View the song catalog here!

Wednesday June 8, 2022 5:00pm - 8:00pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 7 - 8
 
Thursday, June 9
 

7:00am CDT

Community Yoga
Join community member, Dylan Schiemann, as he leads attendees in restorative or vinyasa flow yoga sessions.
Dylan started practicing yoga more than ten years ago to compensate for his two favorite daily software engineering poses: laptop pose and mobile phone pose. Dylan takes a deliberate and intentional approach when teaching yoga striving to make yoga accessible to everyone. Dylan will lead either “restorative-ish” or a more deliberate vinyasa flow sequence depending on a quick survey of the attendees.

Registration Cost: Complimentary

Thursday June 9, 2022 7:00am - 8:00am CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 213

8:00am CDT

9:00am CDT

Spinnaker Meetup
Thursday June 9, 2022 9:00am - 11:00am CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 2

9:00am CDT

(GraphQL Conf) Open Discussions
Thursday June 9, 2022 9:00am - 12:00pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 2

9:00am CDT

GraphQL Conf
The GraphQL Foundation's inaugural GraphQL Conf will be co-located with OpenJS World and cdCon. This collaborator summit-style event will be an opportunity for core GraphQL spec and implementation developers to meet in-person, discuss recent work, and plan for the future. All attendees of OpenJS World and cdCon are welcome.
Talks are expected to include:
  • Recent activity in the GraphQL specification working group, such as Defer and Stream, Input Unions, and Client-Controlled Nullability.
  • Downstream implementations of GraphQL
  • Security considerations
  • Common practices and lessons learned
To learn more, click here.

How to Register: Pre-registration is not required; however, if you plan to participate please add GraphQL Conf to your existing cdCon registration.

Thursday June 9, 2022 9:00am - 12:00pm CDT
JW Grand Ballroom 2

9:00am CDT

Tekton Community Summit
Thursday, June 9 (9:00 am – 12:30 pm CDT)
Registration Cost: $15 (includes access to all Project & Contributor Summits on June 9-10)

It's been a big year for Tekton, and with Tekton 1.0 coming up there's a lot of excitement in the air! Tekton Community summit co-located at cdCon will be a great opportunity for users and developers to come together and build the roadmap for the Tekton project. If you're interested in learning more about Tekton, chatting with maintainers or just hanging out with the community, this event is for you! ~ meow ! ~

Please contact tekton-summit-2022@googlegroups.com with any questions.

How to Register: Pre-registration is required. Add Project & Contributor Summits to your existing cdCon registration.  If you would like to participate virtually, please RSVP here.

Thursday June 9, 2022 9:00am - 12:30pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 209

9:00am CDT

Jenkins Contributor Summit
Thursday, June 9 (9:00 – 5:00 pm CDT)
Registration Cost: $15 (includes access to all Project & Contributor Summits on June 9-10)


The Jenkins Contributor Summit brings together current and future contributors to the Jenkins project. At this event we will talk about the current state of the project and its future evolution.
The summit will include project updates by the Governance Board, working and special interest groups. We will also organize breakout sessions to discuss key initiatives in the project and its roadmap. Topics include but are not limited to: architecture changes, Jenkins Security, Cloud Native Jenkins, interoperability, documentation, and user experience. We will also have lightning talks and demos of the new and upcoming Jenkins features. We will also organize a track for newcomer contributors who want to participate in the project.

Please contact the Jenkins Advocacy and Outreach SIG jenkins-advocacy-and-outreach-sig@googlegroups.com with any questions.

How to Register: Pre-registration is required. Add Project & Contributor Summits to your existing cdCon registration.

Thursday June 9, 2022 9:00am - 5:00pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 212

2:00pm CDT

JenkinsX Community Summit
Thursday, June 9 (2:00 – 5:00 pm CDT)
Registration Cost: $15 (includes access to all Project & Contributor Summits on June 9-10)

Come join the Jenkins X maintainers in the Jenkins X Community Summit. We will talk about the vision of Jenkins X in 2022 and beyond, how it aims to simplify CI/CD in the ever-growing kubernetes ecosystem and improve user experience. You will see a demo of how to install Jenkins X in a local k3s cluster! For questions, contact us in the Kubernetes Slack Workspace, #jenkins-x-user channel.

How to Register: Pre-registration is required. Add Project & Contributor Summits to your existing cdCon registration.

Thursday June 9, 2022 2:00pm - 5:00pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 210

2:00pm CDT

Shipwright Community Summit
This has been a big year for Shipwright! Just drop by with your experiences, ideas, or questions, and we’ll have a good time to talk about anything related to Shipwright.

Remote participation will be accommodated at no cost (more details to come).

Thursday June 9, 2022 2:00pm - 5:00pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 209
 
Friday, June 10
 

8:00am CDT

9:00am CDT

CDEvents Community Summit
Friday, June 10 (9:00 am – 12:00 pm CDT)
Registration Cost: $15 (includes access to all Project & Contributor Summits on June 9-10)

CDEvents v0.1 is coming, let’s go implement it in the wild! We are building SDKs for go, java and python - let’s use them to add CDEvents to your project. Meet at cdCon, CDEvents users and developers, to learn about CDEvents and start using them!

Please contact cdevents-summit-2022@googlegroups.com with any questions.

How to Register: Pre-registration is required. Add Project & Contributor Summits to your existing cdCon registration. If you would like to participate virtually, please RSVP here.

Friday June 10, 2022 9:00am - 12:00pm CDT
JW Marriott Austin, Room 210
 
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