CT-SPIN #100: 99 Problems but DevOps ain’t one

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Polymorph Systems

The state of the art in infrastructure management has come a long way in the past two decades, yet in spite of the growth in fields like DevOps and Infrastructure Architecture there are still major hurdles to be overcome when provisioning and deploying systems and software.

In today’s fast-paced world of endless feature-demands and critical, remote, cloud-based systems it’s more important than ever to step back and take a careful look at where we are, and where we’re going to.

Sven’s slides are available at http://bit.ly/sven-spin-100.

About the speaker

Sven Agnew is a Ruby developer with a background in *nix system administration and open source integration.

A self-taught programmer, Sven came to software development via the age-old route of maintaining, patching and deploying other peoples code.

He drinks tea without milk or sugar, enjoys listening to ambient music when coding and prefers to be able to see trees whenever he’s thinking about something.

Sven currently resides in a leafy southern suburb of Cape Town.

Venue

Wednesday, 21 May 2014, 18h15
Bandwidth Barn,
3rd Floor,
Block B,
Woodstock Exchange,
66-68 Albert Road,
Woodstock

 

 

Enter  from Williams St (around the back) which is closer to the lift/stairs. Their offices are in the corner of the building by Williams and Station St. There is parking on Station St and Williams St around the venue. Dial 300 on the intercom if the door isn’t open.

RSVP

Anyone is free to attend. Please RSVP via Meetup.

Agenda

18:15 Welcoming and Introduction
Steve Barnett
18:25 99 Problems but DevOps ain’t one
Sven Agnew
19:25 Closing and Thanks
Steve Barnett
19:30 Networking & Discussion