Speakers

Speaker
ANZ Bank
Senior Consultant, Enterprise Platforms
Come on a rapid fire ride with us as we run through what it has taken ANZ to go from a diversely configured, non-uniformly managed fleet to something that, whilst not yet a thing of beauty, is amazingly better than what we started with!
Speaker
Monash University
Senior Systems Engineer

Monash University has a large number of servers with a wide range of complex requirements. We currently use Puppet extensively across our Linux fleet and are in the process of rolling it out to our Microsoft Windows fleet. We also use Puppet in our tool chaining for DevOps for the purpose of automated Service Deployment pipelines.

Speaker
Transurban
Platform Shared Services Manager
Speaker
Puppet
Product Manager

Modern packaging and deployment technologies won't make great applications. This talk will focus on how to build reinforcing cultures of experimentation and learning to better meet your customers' needs.

Speaker
Puppet
Senior Principal Integration Engineer
Just like any trip, it is best to know what to expect before you get on the plane to your destination. This talk will cover technologies and practices to help you prepare for changes to your Puppet code base and therefore your infrastructure.
Speaker
Transurban
Infrastructure Automation Engineer
Keynote
Puppet
CTO & Chief Architect
Speaker
Declarative Systems
Principle Consultant

I hate code and so should you! In this session Geoff Williams, a Puppet consultant with years of experience, shows how you can use modern Puppet to write less new code and to delete a lot of your existing code by making it data-driven and less repetitive.

Speaker
Amazon Web Services
Software Development Manager

This session will walk you through building your DevOps pipeline with the AWS Development and Management tools. We will leverage AWS CodePipeline to create a setup that allows us to automatically test and promote infrastructure changes to production.

Speaker
ANZ Bank
Senior Consultant, Enterprise Platforms
Come on a rapid fire ride with us as we run through what it has taken ANZ to go from a diversely configured, non-uniformly managed fleet to something that, whilst not yet a thing of beauty, is amazingly better than what we started with!
Speaker
Puppet
Principal Software Engineer

In a world where all you want to run is containers and Kubernetes will be your abstraction point to infrastructure, what is the bare minimum you need to Kubernetes? How can you cut the operational overhead of the OS? In this talk, we will build a Kubernetes live from scratch (!!!) that will work locally or in the cloud.

Keynote
Puppet
SVP of Marketing & Business Development
Speaker
Puppet
Senior Product Manager

Bolt 1.0 is here. I'll show you what we've done, what it means, and what to expect from us.

Agenda

Check out the agenda for details on everything that's happening at Puppetize Live in Sydney — from the meetup the night before to the sessions, post-event gathering, and training options.

About our venue: The Doltone House at Jones Bay Wharf

Modern, industrial waterfront setting on the outside and lavish, elegant event space within, The Doltone House at Jones Bay Wharf is the perfect second stop for Puppetize Live. Bayside cafes invite folks to crawl the pier or a venture south opens up some fine dining and sightseeing opportunities.

Note: this event is NOT at the Doltone House at Darling Island. Please be sure to go to this specific destination.


Doltone House at Jones Bay Wharf
Level 3, 26-32 Pirrama Rd
Pyrmont NSW 2009

Register for training in Sydney

Register for Puppet training to be held before the Puppetize Live event from 7 to 9 October. Sign up for Getting Started with Puppet and/or Puppet Practitioner. Learn more on our Training Page.

Training location address (different than Puppetize Live location):

Cliftons
Level 1360 Margaret St
Sydney, NSW 2000
Australia

Recommended hotels

Travel and how to get there

Once you arrive in town, here are a few notes to help with travel and parking.

Walking distance

From Town Hall, take a short walk over the Pyrmont Bridge, and the venue is just minutes from Darling Harbour.

Taxi

On average, taxis cost about $10 USD using CBD Water Taxi. For further information,call Water Taxis Combined 1300 666 484.

Light rail

Light rail trains depart from Central Station to The Star Station every 10 to 15 minutes and operate 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.

For further information, call 131 500 or visit www.transportnsw.info. If you’re driving, you can park at the Entertainment Centre or Harbourside Car Parks and catch the light rail to The Star.

Bus

The State Transit Bus Route 389 regularly departs from City - Town Hall Park Street to Pirrama Rd. For route and timetable information, call 131 500 or visit www.transportnsw.info.

Train

Trains depart from Central Station to Town Hall Station regularly and operate, 7 days a week. It’s about a 1.8km walk from Town Hall Station to the venue.

Ferry

The ferry operates 7 days a week from Wharf No. 5 at Circular Quay and stops at Pyrmont Bay. For route and timetable information on State Transit’s Darling Harbour ferry to Pyrmont Bay call 131 500 or visit www.transportnsw.info.

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