Red Hat is putting serious emphasis on cloud computing – with the goal of building agile infrastructure and platform clouds, which can be used to free developers and IT to do great things, faster. Brian will talk about how Red Hat’s “all-in” technology investments will help make this happen; including the external, upstream open source development model for RHEL, the Red Hat OpenStack community and the elasticity of deploying Openshift on top of Openstack.
Luke Kanies, the CEO of Puppet Labs, gives the introductory keynote to kick off PuppetConf 2013.
Large scale and app level management pose challenges to any implementation of puppet. Come and learn some of the challenges PayPal Deployment Systems team faced and the how these were overcome. With Stan Hsu, Chris Huang and Harendra Narayan
Getting started with Puppet configuring an individual machine is straightforward. Managing a cluster of machines across multiple data centers, supporting upgrades while running a 7x24 service, and building for collaboration is significantly more challenging. The WebEx team will discuss the problems and some strategies they are using to manage this complexity.
Everyone is putting "devops" on their LinkedIn profile, and everyone is trying to hire them. In this talk, Jez will argue this is not a recruitment problem but an organizations failure. This talk discusses how to grow great people and great organizations, and how the two problems are connected.
Google's Corporate Engineering SRE team provides infrastructure services used by many of Google's desktops, laptops and servers. This talk gives an overview of the design philosophy, challenges, technologies and some interesting failures seen while implementing infrastructure at scale.