DevOps for Pointy-Haired Bosses by Victoria Blessing, Texas A&M University

Victoria Blessing arms you with the basics of selling your boss on something, not only as it relates to DevOps, but in general.

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Highly Available & Distributed Containers by Kendrick Coleman, EMC {code}

Learn how to scale a typical 3-tier app using Swarm, serve a persistent Database with Docker Volume drivers and tie them all together on a single private network with libNetwork. 

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Keynote: Open Source is a Positive-Sum Game - Sam Ramji, CEO, Cloud Foundry Foundation

Sam Ramji wants to get as many people as possible to come and play this amazing positive-sum game that we call open source software.

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The State of Kernel Self Protection Project by Kees Cook, Google

Kees Cook provides a quick overview will be shown of what the Kernel Self-Protection Project is trying to protect Linux against, as well as the state of the art in available technologies.

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Keynote: The Operations Dividend - Joe Beda

Containers and Cloud Native are great technology, but what is the larger business context? Why should the pointy haired bosses care? In this talk, based on 10 years at Google, Joe makes a case for redefining roles to increase product velocity. 

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Keynote: Role of Apache in Transforming eBay’s Data Platform - Seshu Adunuthula

eBay’s ecommerce platform creates a huge amount of data. It has more than 800 million active listings, with 8.8 million new listings each week. There are 162 million active buyers, and 25 million sellers.

“The data is the most important asset that we have,” said Seshu Adunuthula, eBay’s head of analytics infrastructure, during a keynote at Apache Big Data in Vancouver in May. 

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Evolving a Best-of-Breed IoT Framework by Gregory Burns

The Open Connectivity Consortium and the AllSeen Alliance have made different architectural choices but at a conceptual level there are more similarities than differences. The Open Connectivity Foundation has been formed to reconcile some of the main differences with the goal of developing a best-of-breed platform that evolves on the OIC specification with the addition of selected features from AllJoyn. This talk compares the OIC and AllJoyn approaches and also some of the lessons learned over the last six years. 

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