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Virtualization and DevOps Day is one of the biggest DevOps conferences in Hungary. In the last ten years, we hosted more the 2000 attendees from all around the world. We have already met with some CEOs, more CTOs and a lot of IT experts. We had speakers from the most significant and innovative companies, e.g., Uber, HP, Dell, SAP, Balabit, Microsoft, Oracle, RedHat.

This year we are honored to organize this event along with the most patinated university in Hungary, namely ELTE. We aim to provide real IT content for IT people and give insights to the latest and hottest technologies.

This event is also a meeting point, where you can get to know fine experts, expand your network, get new LinkedIn connections, meet with old colleagues and friends.

New Topics

Cloud, Microservices, Serverless, Orchestration, DevOps

2 Keynote Speakers

Best practices from the biggest names

Multilingual Programme

We are going to have Hungarian and English language talks.

speakers

Let's meet with the presenters

  • Krisztián Flautner

    Banzai Cloud

  • Péter Megyesi

    LeanNet Ltd.

  • Dávid Papp

    Recart

  • Máté Gulyás

    DataPao

  • Balázs Fleischer

    Cégjelző

  • Krisztián Czakó

    DevOps Akadémia

  • István Palócz

    Cheppers Zrt.

  • János Pásztor

    Exoscale

  • Gergely Szabó

    Origoss Solutions

  • Péter Héja

    Balabit

  • Károly Végh

    Red Hat

  • Timur Markunin

    IBM

  • Oresztész Margaritisz

    EPAM

  • Soma Osvay

    Starschema

  • Istvan Szombath & dr. Ede Heltovics

    Evosoft

PROGRAM

Three rooms are full of real IT content.

Krisztián Flautner

Architecting the Future (EN)

We are at the beginnings of the next technology cycle that is more defined by what it enables rather than the technology itself. The next era of pervasive and ubiquitous computing has been predicted for more than 25 years, but we are finally at the point of technology development that this vision could actually be realized. With success, however, many new challenges suddenly come into focus. For example: as the number of compute devices per user keep increasing to double or even triple digits, usability and trust models need to be rethought. As the amount of compute power per operator increases exponentially, new ways of managing computers at scale need to be developed. These new challenges require new architectures at multiple layers of the compute stack. This talk explores some of the key challenges that technologists and architects will face.

About Krisztián Flautner

Krisztián Flautner is CEO of Banzai Cloud, a startup focused on transforming cloud computing and making it accessible to all enterprises on the planet. Previously, Kris was general manager of the Internet of Things Business Unit and VP of Research and Development at ARM, where he was focused on new business opportunities and the proliferation of ARM technologies. He received a PhD in computer science and engineering, along with a number of other degrees, from the University of Michigan. Flautner authored or co-authored over 80 publications and received various best paper awards including the 2017 ISCA influential paper award for groundbreaking research in power-efficient computing.

Kocsis Attila

Mit adott nekünk az Azure? (Brian után szabadon)

TBD

dr. Heltovics Ede & Szombath István

DevTestOps; Testing és Monitoring a DevOps kultúrában

Adott egy nagy nemzetközi projekt. Vegyünk hozzá miroservice architektúrát, a rendszer legyen sokféle igényt kielégítő, stabil (HA), performáns, skálázható, és fusson az összes népszerű felhőszolgáltatón. Használjunk konténereket, IaC-t, automatizált CI/CD pipelineokkal. Hogyan érdemes a minőségbiztosítást beleépíteni a DevOps-ba? Nálunk így: elosztott tesztelés, és monitoring as a service.

About the Speakers

dr. Heltovics Ede: „4 gyermek édesapja. Végzettségem szerint jogász és programozó matematikus. Magyarországon a BT-nél, Sysdata-nál, Siemens-nél, Németországban a Telekomnál és az IBM-nél dolgoztam leginkább mint server adminisztrátor és configuration manager. 8 éve dolgozom az evosoftnál. A feladataim DevOps mérnök, ClearCase és TFS adminisztráció, build- és production manager, project responsible voltak, jelenleg PO, service manager és ITIL trainer vagyok egy nemzetközi cloud project platformfüggetlen monitoring megoldásán. És ping-pong forever! J”

Szombath István: „Test Architect vagyok egy nagy, nemzetközi, felhő alapú projekten. Voltam infrastruktúra mérnök és szoftverfejlesztő is. Ami nem változott, az elkötelezettségem a DevOps kultúra iránt. Kihívásaim között volt egy több mint száz fős projekt CI folyamatának teljes átdolgozása, ami nemcsak technológiai kihívásokat tartogatott. Mikor nem dolgozok, szeretek futni és túrázni, de a jó sört sem vetem meg.”

Károly Végh

Red Hat architektúrák: most akkor automatizált, vagy integrált?

A Red Hat opensource megoldások skálája nagyon széles, portfólió áttekintése helyett beszéljünk inkább trendekről és usecasekről, legyen szó hyperconverged platformokról, container architektúrákról, middlewareről decisionsupportról, proactive securityről - vagy IT hatékonyságról, azaz automatizációról.
Merre haladunk? Hogyan integrálódnak az adott moduláris architektúrák elemei egymással, és mekkora szerepet játszik ebben az automatizálás?
Igaz-e a legenda, hogy már Ansiblehez is Ansible roleokat írnak? Hogy a RHHI disaster recovery is Ansiblet használ? Hogy CVE fixeket a hozzajuk szallitott playbookokkal fogjuk rolloutolni?
Hogy a legtöbb Red Hat ügyfél integrált rendszereket fejleszt (néha többet is?)?
Hogy a Red Hat kizárólag opensource szoftvert fejleszt? Hogy kötelező a céges fedorákat hordani?
Hogy a Google után a Red Hat a Kubernetes masodik legnagyobb fejlesztője?
Hogy bolygószerte tömegével állunk át Ansiblere?
Hogy sokan nemhogy a hálozati feladatokat, de a Windows platformjuk folyamatait is Ansiblelel automatizálják?
Ezen fontos kérdéseket fogjuk feszegetni ebben a sessionben - ha idő engedi, akkor egy Ansible Tower live demóval egybekötve.

About Károly Végh

Végh Karcsit beszippantotta az IT világ, pedig világéletében basszusgitáros űrkutató akart lenni.
Tizenpár éven át adminisztrált kisebbnagyobb Unix/Linux platformokat, műholdakat Ausztriában, majd maga is áttért a technológiavendor oldalra, most a Red Hatnél Solution Architect, főként hibrid automatizált infrastruktúrákat épít. Aktuálisan Ansible-lel automatizál mindent, és próbál lépést tartani a Red Hat AI törekvéseivel.

Máté Gulyás

Fog and Edge computing and how to tame the Industrial IoT world

Datapao has been focusing on manufacturing companies in digitalisation projects (aka Industry 4.0). In these developments, we use sensor data to create transparency on the factory floor and model the process itself. During these endeavours, we face multiple challenges: the size of the data, latency, spotty networks and a mission-critical system that has to be robust and scalable. In this presentation, we will shed light on how to solve these challenges with the currently available technologies. We will walk through an example that will use real-time predictive maintenance to prevent machine failure.

About Máté Gulyás

CEO and Senior Instructor at Datapao, a Big Data and Cloud consultancy and training firm, focusing on industrial applications (aka Industry 4.0). Datapao helps Fortune 500 companies kick off and mature their data analytics infrastructure by giving them Apache Spark, Big Data and Data Analytics training and consultancy. Mate also serves as Senior Instructor in the Professional Services Team at Databricks, the company founded by the authors of Apache Spark. Previously he was Co-Founder and CTO of enbrite.ly, an award-winning Budapest based startup.
Mate has experience spanning more than a decade with Big Data architectures, data analytics pipelines, operation of infrastructures and growing organisations by focusing on culture. Mate also teaches Big Data analytics at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Speaker and organiser of local and international conferences and meetups.

Soma Osvay

Azure DevOps - from code to production

Software developed today often has to be tested in many different platforms (both on-premise and cloud) before being released to production. During this session, we will deep-dive into the features and capabilities of Azure DevOps through an example of an existing product that integrates with both cloud (Azure, AWS) and on-premise platforms. The main focus is to show the simplicity and usability of Azure Pipelines, but we will be touching on brand new features as well, such as Azure Artifacts, Automatized Testing, Manual Testing and Load Testing showing why its much more than just a rebrand of Visual Studio Team Services.

Timur Markunin

DevOps transformation experience from the field.

This presentation is about experience IBM consultants got from numerous DevOps transformation engagements they were part of. You will learn about what does IBM mean by DevOps, IBM DevOps framework and DevOps transformation workshops. We will discuss common challenges, transformation principles, practices, and how to link challenges, principles and practices and define your transformation roadmap. We will also talk about how cloud and containerization can change delivery practices.

About Timur Markunin

Timur Markunin has over 15 years of experience in the software development process improvement and automation. Since 2013 Timur has focused on DevOps transformation, deployment automation, and cloud. He is a frequent speaker at international conferences. He holds a diploma in plasma physics and enjoys kitesurfing and snowboarding in his free time.

Norbert Schulcz

Prevention focused security in Software Defined Data Centers

TBD

About Norbert Schulcz

Systems engineer of Palo Alto Networks, previously worked in IT Security distribution. He has been involved in the security industry for over half a decade, As he is a big advocate of prevention, instead of detection and remediation, it came as a natural step for him to join Palo Alto Networks and their prevention oriented attitude. He is involved in speaking on conferences, hosting regular workshops and driving customer demos.

Oresztesz Margaritisz

How to make technical decisions?

DevOps teams face the problem of making tons of technology choices at every phase of a project. The amount of new libraries, frameworks, and tools available today is outstanding. Most of us tend to use convenient technologies from our last assignment, typically where we have the most experience. But is it really the best choice? Aren’t we withholding ourselves from the opportunity to innovate?

In this talk, I’m going to drill down to every aspect of the decision-making process of technology choices. The audience will learn how to compare each technology in an objective manner. And I’ll offer some tips-and-tricks for involving all team members to leverage teamwork.

Dávid Papp

Different applications need different resources

Mindenki rendszerébben megtalalhatóak különböző erőforrás igényű alkalmazások. Az alkalmazásoknak más és más típusú erőforrásra van szükségük. Az egyiknek sok memória kell és kevés processzor a másiknak pont fordítva. De ezzek mellet jó ha megtudjuk védeni a gépeinket a túl terheltségől is. Ezekre a kérdésre fogtok remélhetőleg válszt kapni az előadás végére.

Balázs Fleischer

Struktúrált és félig struktúrált adatok feldolgozása AWS környezetben

Logok minden rendszerben vannak. Használjuk őket, az infrastruktúra monitorozására, kimutatásokat, használati mintákat, elemzéseket végzünk a bennük rejlő információk alapján.
De hol tároljuk őket?
Írjuk adatbázisba, rekordok millióival zsonglőrködjünk, hogy a hó végi kimutatáshoz rendelkezésre álljanak az adatok? Csináljunk minden hóapban új táblákat az aktuális logoknak, hogy ne tartson az elemzés órákig? Vagy írjuk inkább fileokba? Írjunk külön service-eket az archiválásra, hogy a foglalt lemezterület ne elsősorban logokból álljon? Mit történik, ha technológia váltás van, és át szeretnénk térni egy új formátumra? Az előadás során igyekszem bemutatni, hogy az Amazon Athena milyen lehetőségeket kínál arra, hogy a fenti kérdések ne okozzanak megoldhatatlan problémát, és közben ne kelljen sem az infrastruktúra, sem a költséghatékonyság miatt aggódni.

János Pásztor

How to build a cloud-native application (EN)

What even is cloud-native? Why do our applications fail to scale? How do we create an application that works well in the cloud?

This talk guides you through the steps of architecting a cloud-native application, with automatic provisioning, scaling as well as monitoring.

About János Pásztor

Janos is a Cloud Solution Architect at A1 Digital in Austria working on Exoscale, an European cloud alternative. He has a long history in DevOps and creating content for the community.

Péter Héja

From test drive to production: adopting Kubernetes to build an enterprise appliance firmware (EN)

Everybody wants to use Kubernetes - whether it's a good fit or not - because it's shiny, new and the current hype.But how could a company adopt it, and use it to build and test a Linux-based enterprise appliance's firmware? Can and should this be done and will it save time?Join us in the journey that leads from a test drive to a production quality solution, and answers these questions on a real world example.

About Péter Héja

Automation and virtualization junkie. DevOps engineer at Balabit (part of One Identity) by day, virtualization and network magician at by night.

Péter Megyesi

I'm running my application in a public cloud. So am I Cloud Native? (EN)

Cloud Native software development has become one of the hottest topics in IT during the past year. Whether it is truly the future of developing, deploying and operating software application, or it is just a most recent hype that will slowly lose traction, we will see. Regardless of what the future holds, Cloud Native development means much more than registering to a pubic cloud provider, and use virtual machines to run an application. It fundamentally changes the way to design, implement, deploy, and operate a software product. Many defines Cloud Native as a software development approach that builds and runs applications which fully takes advantage of the features provided by cloud computing. On the other hand, the official definition by CNCF (Cloud Native Compute Foundation) is that Cloud Native development uses an open source software stack to deploy applications as microservices, packaging each part into its own container, and dynamically orchestrating those containers to optimize resource utilization. Since these definitions are quite ambiguous, during this talk we will go through the basic concept of Cloud Native development, and try to provide a common set of requirements for someone becoming truly Cloud Native.

About Péter Megyesi

Péter Megyesi has BSc and MSc degrees in electrical Electrical Engineering, and PhD degree in Computer Sciences all received in the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME). During his PhD studies his research topic was traffic measurement, monitoring and modelling, firstly in traditional networking architectures, later in software defined networks. In 2017, he also graduated in the Doctoral School on Innovation & Entrepreneurship organized by the EIT Digital of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology.
Recently, he co-founded LeanNet, a Budapest based start-up focused on integrating software defined networking into leading Cloud Native solutions. Currently, he serves as Chief Technology Officer in the company.

István Palócz

A Docker mellékhatásai

Amikor megismerkedtem a Dockerrel egyből tudtam, hogy a munkám során nagy segítségemre lesz. Ez így is lett, de nem tagadhatom, hogy voltak árnyoldalai a Dockerrel való munkának. Ezekről a nehézségekről, zsákutcákról szeretnék most röviden beszélni.

About István Palócz

A Cheppers Zrt. technológiai vezetője. Amikor nem a komputer előtt ül, akkor vándorol erdőn-mezőn és vízen, különböző harcművészetek segítségével edzi testét és szellemét.

Krisztián Czakó

Docker Swarm vagy Kubernetes?

A konténerek futtatásához elengedhetetlen egy scheduler. Az ő feladata felügyelni a clusteredben futó konténereket, leállítani a feleslegeseket, elindítani aminek mennie kell.

Számos konténer scheduler van, de vajon melyiket érdemes használnod? A rossz hírem, hogy a kérdésre nem lehet egy választ adni. Megígérem, hogy ilyet tőlem sem kapsz. Amit kapsz az a két legnépszerűbb eszköz, a Kubernetes és a Docker Swarm összehasonlítása. Elsősorban a kezelhetőség, a funkcionalitás, és a testreszabhatóság alapján.

Az előadás segít neked, ha csak az egyiket ismered és szeretnéd tudni miben tér el a másik. Segít akkor is ha most ismerkedsz velük, és keresed a neked legjobban megfelelőt. Ha pedig már oda-vissza ismered mindkettőt és mégsem tudsz dönteni talán kapsz egy kis pluszt, ami segít ebben.

Az objetivitásra törekedve, de teljesen szubjektíven mutatom meg miben térnek el.

Gergely Szabó

Efficient System Monitoring in Cloud Native Environments

Prometheus (https://prometheus.io/) has become the standard solution for performance monitoring in cloud-native environments. It comes with a wide range of exporters that let you collect metrics starting from the hardware level up to the application level. Collecting and visualizing metrics exposed by the Linux kernel is a no-brainer with Prometheus. The recent kernel tracing developments allow even deeper insights into the Linux kernel in an efficient way. Technologies, like eBPF and the BPF Compiler Collection (bcc), have emerged to help out the initiated few: Linux kernel developers and performance engineers. The presentation will walk you through the basic concepts of eBPF. You will learn how far you can get with it. You will see how much effort it demands to get started. Yet eBPF can be a valuable tool for us 'mere mortals'. We will demonstrate how to enrich Prometheus with deep kernel metrics to get better observability of your cloud system.

About Gergely Szabó

Gergely Szabó is an IT expert at Origoss Solutions. He spent more than 15 years in the IT industry as researcher, developer, architect, system engineer, etc. In the last few years he has been focusing on IT cloud, more specifically on the cloud-native technologies, like Cloud Foundry, Kubernetes and OpenShift.

Gergely is Certified Kubernetes Administrator and Application Developer. His philosophy is centered around observability which is important in the cloud-native world as never before.

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Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem (Gömb Aula)

1117 Budapest, Pázmány Péter stny. 1/A.

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