Hot topics on hot days @DevOpsCon in Berlin
These two days were really hot and that’s why I created that motto 😉
Here are a few pictures and a brief impression of the DevOpsCon conference in Berlin. The DevOpsCon Expo in Berlin on 11 – 14 June 2019 had approximately 800 participants and provided a full program on different technologies and methods for them.
It’s important to keep a cool head on the mission-critical topic of DevOps and make the right decisions how to deploy and deliver the optimal to achieve speed of innovation. It was awesome to see that DevOps teaming works for companies, because often we had developers and operations of one company at same time at our booth.
Niklas and Harald’s session “Java EE and MicroProfile meet Istio” was a very well fit into DevOps, because they gave an optimal introduction to Cloud Native Application development with OpenSource technologies. Using Cloud Native Applications can be one of the supporting pillars for speeding up the deployment and reliability of innovations in the DevOps context.
If you want to dig into the topic Cloud Native with Java EE, MicroProfile, Kubernetes and Istio just visit our open sourced #CloudNativeStarter project on GitHub.
During these discussions it was very appropriate to use our #BlueCloudMirror game. That fun game combines 15 different technologies to that sample usage. We also open sourced this project and it is available as an IBM code pattern . The project gives an introduction how to use different technologies like Serverless for the implementation.
We also had a some discussions on the #CallForCode 2019 a world wide challenge that is a developer competition that seeks technology solutions for natural disaster preparedness, response, and recovery.
I you want to start to participate F2F in Berlin join our Hackathon this weekend.
Let me show you some tweets with some pictures to get a brief impression of the conference.
— Thomas Südbröcker (@tsuedbroecker) 13. Juni 2019
— Niklas Heidloff (@nheidloff) 13. Juni 2019
— Thomas Südbröcker (@tsuedbroecker) 12. Juni 2019
I hope this was useful for you and let’s see what’s next?
PS: By the way, you can use the IBM Cloud for free, if you simply create an IBM Lite account. Here you only need an e-mail address.