stackconf 2022 is around the corner and we’re happy to say we’re one step closer with organizing the event. Today we’re excited to announce that the program of this year’s Open Source Infrastructure Conference is finally set.
Check out the schedule!
2 days, 2 tracks and 36 outstanding speakers await you on July 19 & 20 in Berlin.
From topics like Kubernetes, cluster management, infrastructure automation, observability to programming languages, cloud provisioning and much more: our top-level speakers present a broad mix of topics in the area of open source infrastructure solutions. So take a look at the program and see what’s in for you!
Now it’s up to you! What are your favourite lectures? Which talks do you not want to miss?
To make sure you’re there for everything you want to listen to, we enable you to put together your individual program by adding your favourite lectures to your personal calendar. Try it!
Our Highlight Speakers
You are curious already? Here are three out of our magnificent speakers line-up presenting their talks to you:
Kat Liu | Spotify’s outage of 8.3.2022, explained
Spotify had one of its most disruptive outages in recent history on 8.3.2022 CET, which resulted in over an hour of downtime and users getting logged out. As luck would have it, I was on-call for the very first time for the User platform tribe. I helped where I could, but mostly watched in awe as a flurry of teams came online after-hours to work together to debug and mitigate the issue. Here, I’ll talk about the this incident, including symptoms, root causes, aftereffects, and takeaways.
Matt Jarvis | Choose your open source package like you choose a hotel
Securing our software supply chains has become one of the biggest stories of recent years. From code injection to typo squatting, bad actors are realising that getting code into the upstream supply chain may be an easier route than targeting vulnerabilities in downstream applications. So how do we manage this in open source communities? Here, I will introduce the problem space of software supply chain issues in open source package libraries and how tools like Advisor can help you make informed choices.
Hannah Foxwell | DevOps or DevX – Lessons We Learned Shifting Left the Wrong Way
In 2010 the DevOps movement set about solving the blockage on the path to production. The Wall of Confusion! Developers would throw new software releases, features, and products over the wall to operations who were tasked with supporting these apps in production. We have been tearing down the wall of confusion for a decade and we have learnt a thing or two along the way. In this talk I will reflect on how we often “shift left” the wrong way, and how we might approach this familiar problem in new ways that set our teams up for success.
Save your seat!
Have we convinced you with this year’s stackconf program and our highlight speakers? Then save your ticket for July 19 – 20, 2022 in Berlin to be on bord of an extraordinary and absolutely exciting open source event this summer!