Paris Open Source Summit

WEB MOBILE EBUSINESS

CLOUD, DEVOPS, INFRASTRUCTURE


TUESDAY 10 DECEMBER / CLOUD, DEVOPS, INFRASTRUCTURE

DevOps
14H00 - 18H30 // SALLE LONG METRAGE

Trackleader : Marius Matei, PSA Groupe

We are going to talk about DevOps: where are we today based on concrete examples and feedback on technologies.

 14h00 - 14h30 : Introduction : Marius Matei, PSA Groupe
14h30 - 15h00 : Big-data, Devops, Data-science, with open-source projects: Centos-Mesos-DCOS on bare-metal : Moula Badji, Tychecloud
15h00 - 15h30 : If DevOps practiced some AppSec? : Bertrand Meens, Oskab
15h30 - 16h00 : Swarm & Traefik or how to build a scalable prod without ruining yourself : Alexandre Bouthinon, Kuzzle.io
16h30 - 17h00 : What if configuration management didn't need to be lvl60 in dev ? : Alexandre Brianceau, Rudder
 17h00 - 17h30 : Chaos Monkey in production on a PaaS :  Jean Christophe Menard, Société Générale
17h30 - 18h00 : Retrospective Ansible Fest 2019, latest news and update from community  : Alex Faivre, Capgemini
 18h00 - 18h30 : Which container engine should I use and why ? CRI-O, containerd..  : Gael Corlay, Ilki


Cloud Native Infrastructure
14H00 - 18H30 // SALLE ALLEMAGNE

Trackleader : Jonathan Le Lous, Capgemini

CNCF lists some technology components that are related to cloud native: “Containers, service meshes, microservices, immutable infrastructure, and declarative APIs exemplify this approach.” These technical components allow us to build applications in a new way, where systems are resilient, manageable, observable, and scalable. When we are talking about Function-as-a-Service, serverless, Database-as-a-Service, or any other cloud-native technologies, we are, in fact, talking about many things that are hidden behind your provider’s service catalog.

 14h00 - 14h30 : Introduction Cloud Native Infrastructure : Jonathan Le Lous, Capgemini
 14h30 - 15h00 : Cloud Native Overview by the CNCF : Ihor Dvoretskyi, CNCF
 15h00 - 15h30 : Kubernetes documentation, localisation and community : Rémy Léone, Scaleway
15h30 - 16h00 : MicroServices authentication and authorization with LemonLDAP::NG : Clément OUDOT, Worteks
 16h30 - 17h00 : Why Choose Nomad as a Container Scheduler?  : Eric Wright, Turbonomic / DiscoPosse.com
 17h00 - 17h30 : How to easily deploy and manage your microservices with Traefik and Maesh :  Michaël Matur, Containous
17h30 - 18h00 : Testing Kubernetes Operator  : Pratik Jagrut, Red Hat
 18h00 - 18h30 : Redfish: the new standard for a Software Defined Infrastructure : Bruno Cornec, HPE



WEDNESDAY 11 DECEMBER / CLOUD, DEVOPS, INFRASTRUCTURE

Automation & DevOps
09H30 - 17H30 // SALLE LONG METRAGE


Trackleader : Yacine Kheddache, Red Hat

We will talk about DevOps and Automation: where are we today based on concrete examples and feedback on technologies.

09h30 - 10h00 : Introduction : Yacine Kheddache, RedHat
10h00 - 10h30 : Why you should adopt open infrastructure today ? : Thierry Carrez, OpenStack Foundation (OSF)
10h30 - 11h00 : Ansible System Roles to fully automate your OS : Aude Mazeas, Red Hat
11h00 - 11h30 : DevOps approach (culture...)  : Eric Larrouy, Société Générale
11h30 - 12h00 : (Round Table) Automation: back from the field : Yacine Kheddache, Lionel Scarponi, Red Hat, Capgemini
 14h00 - 14h30 : Infrastructure as Code - Deploy and test your cloud infrastructure using Terraform! : Julien Corioland, Microsoft
 14h30 - 15h00 : Continous deployment in a Cloud Centric infrastructure :  Adrien Lauer & Stephane Fave, PSA Groupe
 15h00 - 15h30 : OpenIO: software-defined object storage solution : Stacie Desplanques, OpenIO
 16h00 - 16h30 : Identify potential cost savings on public cloud with Komiser : Mohamed Labouardy, Foxintelligence
 16h30 - 17h00 : DevOps and Security on  (Kubernetes) : Yosri Ben Mahfoudh & Mathieu Gaubert, BU CLOUD Metanext
 17h00 - 17h30 : Antidote: virtualized learning labs running over kubernetes : Olivier Berger, Telecom SudParis


Cloud Native Infrastructure
09H30 - 17H30 // SALLE ALLEMAGNE 


Trackleader : Franck Villaume, Microsoft


CNCF lists some technology components that are related to cloud native: “Containers, service meshes, microservices, immutable infrastructure, and declarative APIs exemplify this approach.” These technical components allow us to build applications in a new way, where systems are resilient, manageable, observable, and scalable. When we are talking about Function-as-a-Service, serverless, Database-as-a-Service, or any other cloud-native technologies, we are, in fact, talking about many things that are hidden behind your provider’s service catalog.


09h30 - 10h00 : Introduction : Franck, Villaume, Microsoft
10h00 - 10h30 : Kubernetes microservices application feedback : Yannig Perré, AIOS
 10h30 - 11h00 : Native Kubernetes CD pipelines with Tekton Pipelines : Hervé Leclerc, Alterway
 11h00 - 11h30 : microcks.io : The Open Source Kubernetes Mocking : Laurent Broudoux, Microcksio
 11h30 - 12h30 : (Round Table) VM vs. Containers  : Franck Villaume, Microsoft ; Yves-Gael Cheny, Empreinte Digitale ;  Jérémie Lesage, JECI ; Thibaut Démaret, Worteks
 14h00 - 14h30 : Perfect micro-services allocation strategy thanks to time-aware clustering : Etienne Leclerq, Alter Way
 14h30 - 15h00 : Autonomous Multi-Cloud serverless deployment and optimized management :  Geir Horn, University of Oslo ; Sebastian Schork, CAS Software
 15h00 - 15h30 : Managing serverless workloads for container orchestratorsusing knative : Savita Ashture, Red Hat
 16h00 - 16h30 : CI/CD in a snap for Kubernetes : Patrice Ferlet, Smile
 16h30 - 17h00 : Ovirt and Ceph: the perfect duo ? : Thibaut Démaret, Worteks
 17h00 - 17h30 : Monitor its hyper heterogeneous platform without fear : Wilfried Villisek Faucounau et Pierre-Henri Nodin, Société Générale


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