swampUP 2017 - JFrog User Conference
Join us for the premier annual event that brings together members of the technical community to exchange best practices around Continuous Pipelines and DevOps. Unlike other conferences, swampUP offers an intimate setting at a beautiful venue, which fosters collaboration & open discussions so you can implement proven DevOps practices.
Learn from industry thought leaders, share knowledge, and build relationships over three days of training, keynotes, breakout sessions, and special events.
Managing the developer infrastructure for one of the world’s largest and most innovative engineering teams is a daunting challenge. Even though few people inside of Google categorize our tools as “DevOps,” our current practices are influencing the future of the industry.
Distributed Builds? Testing affected targets? Robot code reviews? Robot changes?!? This may sound like alien technology, but these tools are used daily in DevOps. The practices and tools that make Googlers more efficient at writing and delivering software are not restricted to born-on-the-web companies and can be applied in your organization.
We’ll discuss the long term future of software engineering tools along with key challenges and solutions for transforming and scaling diverse software teams.
Best known as the creator of Jenkins, world’s most popular CI server and CTO of CloudBees. Kohsuke will take the swampUP stage to share his vision of the DevOps world and evolution since the origin of Jenkins. This talk will cover the DevOps principles behind Jenkins, keys for a successful CI/CD pipeline, and what you should expect in the future as a Jenkins user.
DevOps is all about software acceleration with Continuous Updates. Responsiveness and rapid feature innovation are the new currencies that customers value.
But without a strong and universal foundation that supports multiple technologies, you won’t get far or be able to achieve the speed and quality you need to impact the market.
Hear JFrog unveil the next generation solution that will empower customers to build a seamless CI/CD pipeline, that is liquid enough to rapidly innovate and edge out the competition. Release fast or die!
Co-founder and Chief Architect of JFrog. Fred’s vision to create software “liquid” and allow the DevOps world to enjoy an end-to-end Continuous Update platform will be shared in this session. You will learn the latest developments in the JFrog product family and how Artifactory, Xray, Bintray, Mission Control and new products will make your DevOps experience a joyful ride. This is a must attend session for JFrog users who want to be ahead of the DevOps curve and learn more about the future solution that JFrog will offer.
From laptop to the World – Global Deployment at your Fingertips
Smart Performance – Performance Testing in the Open Source World
Stranger Danger: Addressing the Security Risk in Code Dependencies
Github: How Github uses Github to Design, Develop, and Deploy Github
Taming Polyglot Development using Docker
Continuously Cooking: Our Path to Continuous Delivery
Rise of the Machines – automate your development
DevOps for Mere Mortals
Definitive Software Library – Financial Institution Perspective
Agenda - to be announced
Have an interesting Dev or DevOps story to tell?
Come to Napa to speak at swampUP! We are interested in all kinds of talks – conceptual or how-to, technology oriented or thought leadership, single speaker, multi-speaker and panels. As long as it’s interesting, engaging and Dev or DevOps related, bring it on! Take a look at last year’s talks to get some inspiration and a clue about what we are looking for!
*Submission deadline is February 28th
We are using PaperCall for all talk submissions, you will be redirected to the PaperCall.io site to submit your talk
swampUP 2017 will feature one full day of hands-on training on May 24th with beginner to advanced topics
In this hands-on training, student will learn the basics of JFrog Artifactory, and its ecosystem. The training will include how to configure repositories, and how to use the REST API, CLI and AQL. The training will also include best practices and use cases with build tools and CI servers commonly used with JFrog Artifactory. This is a half day class.
In this hands-on training, student will learn the basics of JFrog Artifactory, and its ecosystem. The training will include how to configure repositories, and how to use the REST API, CLI and AQL. The training will also include best practices and use cases with build tools and CI servers commonly used with JFrog Artifactory. This is a full day class.
This training class will allow students to learn the basics of JFrog Mission Control, and accomplish standard tasks across a multi-site topology of JFrog Artifactory including configuring, synchronization, license management, and creating a strong disaster recovery (DR) plan. This is a half day class.
This training session will explore how to use the advanced features and concepts native to JFrog Artifactory, to create a lifecycle management pipeline for Docker images. This training session will also highlight the best practices for using the two products together. This is a full day class.
Using the Conan C/C++ package manager, you will learn how to create packages with pre-compiled binaries for multiple platforms and configurations, upload them to Artifactory and consume them again. Covered topics will include versioning schemes, ABI compatibility, getting code from external sources, and packaging and consuming different types of libraries (header-only, static, shared) in different OS.
Also how to use conan in a Jenkins CI environment will be addressed. Everything will be practical with fully working examples
This hands-on class will teach students how to create a fully automated distribution platform from ensuring support for different types of software packages and binaries, guaranteeing the right access control and entitlements, minimizing security issues and maintaining a reliable platform. This is a half-day class.
In this hands-on class, students will learn how to leverage JFrog Xray and Snyk to detect and fix vulnerabilities of the binary components and open source dependencies in their Artifactory repositories as part of an automation solution. Students will learn how to setup a continuous scan->discover->remediate cycle, exploit a sample application by themselves, and then see the remediations applied and work in practice. This is a half day class.
In this class, students will learn how to leverage Artifactory to achieve high availability, scale with S3 file storage and utilize multi-push replication. You will also learn how to replicate a local repository from a single source to multiple enterprise target sites simultaneously. This is a half day class.