GitOps Days 2021 Tracklist

Earlier this week it was time for GitOps Days again. The third time now and the event has grown quite a bit since we started. Born out of the desire to bring GitOps practitioners together during pandemic times initially, this time we had a proper CFP and the outcome was just great: lots of participation from a very diverse crowd of experts - we had panels, case studies, technical deep dives, comparisons of different solutions and more....

June 13, 2021 · 4 min · dholbach

Mixtape: Gitops Days 2020 EMEA Minimix

I was lucky to support GitOps Days 2020 EMEA last week. The community of GitOps practitioniers came together again for round two and we saw lots of very engaged discussion and new ideas. It was a great pleasure to play at the event and bring some playfulness and silliness to the breaks in between. As last time I found it a bit hard to read the crowd (you can’t see anyone), so I tried to pick from a variety of styles of danceable music....

November 14, 2020 · 3 min · dholbach

Gitops Days - Day 2 playlist

GitOps Days are over now - what a blast I had. Even though it was long hours, it was so much fun supporting the event: such a friendly and engaged audience (loads of great questions and discussion on Slack), excellent - very experienced and fun speakers, and a super well-organised team! Thanks everyone who made these two days as special as they were! 💓 It has happened before: people were picking a DJ name for me....

May 22, 2020 · 2 min

Gitops Days - Day 1 playlist

What a brilliant day 1 of GitOps Days it was. Weeks of hard work from a great team went into this, as was quite apparent. Minor glitches, some last minute shuffling of speakers, but apart from that very very seamless. (You can still sign up and get links to the recordings.) I had a bit of an unusual role: I was DJing at an online event. Some questions online were about the setup and why I wasn’t changing records during playing (well spotted!...

May 21, 2020 · 4 min

GitOps Days 2020 Schedule

We have two beautiful days of GitOps sessions and content lined up for you. Tomorrow will be day 1, so if you haven’t signed up yet, head to https://www.gitopsdays.com/ and register there! Here’s an overview of the sessions of both days. There’ll be time to ask questions and get to know everyone and everything. We’re very much looking forward to seeing you there! Day 1 - May 20, 2020 Please note that the times are in Pacific Time....

May 19, 2020 · 3 min

GitOps Days 2020

I’m very much looking forward to GitOps Days 2020 on 20th/21st May (next week). It will be a great opportunity to learn more about GitOps concepts and tools, see demos, ask questions, have a great time and meet other people who are in the space as well. We have some excellent speakers lined up (and are still adding a few more): Kelsey Hightower (Google) Javeria Khan (Palo Alto Networks) Kyle Rockman (Under Armour) Carlos Sanchez (Adobe) Taylor Dolezal (Independent) Cornelia Davis (Weaveworks) Vuk Gojnic (Deutsche Telekom) Alexis Richardson (Weaveworks) Stefan Prodan (Weaveworks) Register at https://www....

May 12, 2020 · 1 min

2 Years at Weaveworks

Time flies when you’re having fun: it’s now been two years since I started working at Weaveworks and I 💕 the experience it’s been. Back then I was just concluding my sabbatical and had started pursuing a second career in that year. So my mind wasn’t exactly in the tech space, still I felt rested and open to new challenges. In the meantime, many old friends had already waved over from Cloud Native land and tried to lure me there....

March 2, 2020 · 6 min · dholbach

What's been happening in Ignite

First of all: thanks Dennis Marttinen and Lucas Käldström for helping write this up. It’s been only a bit over a month since Weave Ignite was announced to the world (others talked about it as well). Time to catch up on what happened in the meantime, the team around it has been busy. If you’re new to Weave Ignite, it’s an open source VM manager with a container UX and built-in GitOps management (check out the docs)....

August 23, 2019 · 5 min · dholbach