Webinar

How much freedom should developers have in the perfect DevOps setup?

Host of the webinar:
Kaspar von Grünberg
CEO at Humanitec
Feb 2, 2021 6:00 PM
Duration
45min
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What should DevOps practitioners optimize for: maintainability, velocity or freedom? How do you think about  the resulting trade-offs? How can you best design hand-over processes between developers and ops? In this webinar, we will tackle these questions in an open forum. We will cover: 

  • The trade-off between maintainability, velocity and freedom 
  • How to get to standard operating procedures without introducing silos 
  • How to set up your tooling to support this. 

After 30 minutes of roundtable discussion, we will have 15 minutes for Q&A.

Our guests

Füsun Wehrmann is the Director of Engineering and Product at Wayfair, the e-commerce giant. In over 20 years of industry experience she held leadership roles at companies such as Microsoft, XING or OLX. Füsun is a renowned speaker and Google startup mentor.

Yair Etziony has been focussing on engineering process design, DevOps, and QA for 25 years. He held positions at companies such as McAfee, Qlusters, Wimdu and has recently become Polar Squad’s DevOps Lead for Germany.

Audience - who should join?

DevOps Engineers, Site Reliability Engineers, System Engineers, Infrastructure Kubernetes Administrators, Technical Architects, Application Developers with an affinity with DevOps and Technical Management, such as VPs Engineering, Heads of DevOps.

How much freedom should developers have in the perfect DevOps setup?

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Kaspar von Grünberg

CEO at Humanitec

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Kaspar is the founder of Humanitec. He has spent the last 10 years building and running software companies from retail-applications and door-to-door campaigning technology to monitoring and evaluation for NGOs. His observations of common startup development challenges during this time ultimately became Humanitec’s founding vision.