Agenda

swampUP 2022 will be two full days dedicated to your DevOps journey.

Many topics to choose from, including Cloud Native, DevSecOps, Enterprise DevOps, and Digital Transformation.
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MAY 24
Registration & Welcome
MAY 25
Conference sessions
MAY 26
Conference sessions
MAY 26
Training sessions

1

4:00 PM
Registration Opens
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TUE 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
The Swamp (Exhibit Hall)
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2

6:00 PM
Welcome Reception Sponsored by Google Cloud
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TUE 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
The Swamp (Exhibit Hall)
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3

7:30 AM
Breakfast
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WED 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Luna Lawn
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Luna Lawn

4

8:45 AM
Keynote
DevOps Evolved: 2022
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Shlomi Ben Haim | CEO & Co-Founder, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/2139-400o400o2-3NwrVmckYCdYiVcxnZi977.jpg Shlomi is CEO and co-founder of JFrog, creators of the universal DevOps platform. He brings over 20 years of experience in building profitable, high-growth information technology companies. Prior to JFrog, Shlomi was the CEO of AlphaCSP (acquired in 2005 by MalamTeam) and was a Major in the Israeli Air Force. Shlomi holds an MS from Clark University (Massachusetts) and a BA from Ben-Gurion University (Israel).
WED 8:45 AM - 9:10 AM
SuperFrog
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Industry trends, insight and a peek into the big picture of DevOps in this annual can't-miss keynote from JFrog's CEO to kick off swampUP.

5

9:10 AM
Keynote
The Continuous Software Supply Chain: From Dev to Device
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Yoav Landman & Guests | CTO and Co-founder, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/a060-400o400o2-SkTWYzJw6veGW26KxmZXkP.jpg Yoav is a devout engineer, the creator of Artifactory, and a co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of JFrog. With over 20 years of experience as a Software Architect of enterprise applications, he plays a significant role in the evolution of DevOps. In 2006, Yoav created Artifactory as an open source project paving the way for the software community to a new domain of managing binaries. Prior to JFrog, Yoav created many production solutions as a consultant in the fields of Continuous Integration and Distributed Systems. He is also an accredited speaker and a Java Rockstar.
Amit Ezer | JFrog Connect Group Lead, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/0fc1-400o400o2-adajdbuf5wLvQHsZZQXHtA.jpg
Nati Davidi | SVP JFrog Security, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/5b59-400o400o2-foRLZ38tb6iSLSFGJFymoo.jpg
Bill Morton | Head of Software Business Operations DevOps Platform, Broadcom https://sessionize.com/image/f331-400o400o2-sbbuxWA2iLWfTb9Eie8WtG.jpg Bill Morton is the Head of Software Business Operations DevOps Platform at Broadcom. Having previously worked at Cisco (Scientific Atlanta), Intuit, Hospira, Nokia, and Hewlett-Packard, Bill has experience working with both software and hardware DevOps teams from small startups to large corporate product teams for commercial, enterprise, SaaS, on-prem and embedded software products. At Broadcom, Bill has led DevOps Integration projects for over 15 Acquisitions, including most recently Brocade, CA Technologies, and Symantec. Bill manages a global team of DevOps Platform subject matter experts who provide a range of services including a CI/CD Pipeline and DevOps Platform for SaaS Platform Engineering and Services for Broadcom Software teams while facilitating their massive SaaS transformation.
Justin Cormack | CTO, Docker https://sessionize.com/image/8b8a-400o400o2-1XrnoESqeockqhNDFbKrz.jpg
WED 9:10 AM - 11:00 AM
SuperFrog
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The landmark session of every swampUP, the technical keynote will include JFrog product and R&D executives illuminating the year's biggest announcements and trending best practices that advance the DevOps ecosystem.

6

11:00 AM
The Swamp
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WED 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
The Swamp (Exhibit Hall)
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Demos Sponsors Developer Experiences: Hackergarten, Capture the Frog, TinkerForge

7

11:10 AM
Session
Docker 101 - Intro to Containers
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Shy Ruparel | Sr. Developer Advocate, Docker https://sessionize.com/image/0655-400o400o2-DYj8AzLVT4NtofNXo7XMMx.jpg Shy Ruparel is a Sr. Developer Advocate at Docker. He’s been working on empowering developers ever since he discovered how much he enjoyed organizing & participating in hackathons during his university days. He has a passion for silly IOT projects, good jokes and the staying power to wish you a great day on Twitter every single day.
WED 11:10 AM - 11:30 AM
Mini Theater
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Containers have really changed the way developers work, both in terms of how they manage and share their local development environments but also how they deploy their applications. Containers are a key part in enabling the modern CI/CD process. In this session, Shy Ruparel of Docker will give you all the details you need to get started creating containers using Docker. Docker 101 - Intro to Containers

8

11:25 AM
Coffee Break
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WED 11:25 AM - 11:55 AM
The Swamp (Exhibit Hall)
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9

11:30 AM
Keynote
DevOps at Netflix
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Tejas Chopra | Senior Software Engineer, Netflix https://sessionize.com/image/c6a7-400o400o2-NL4BWWTNSwV2YY7sZEzLS8.jpeg Tejas Chopra is a Senior Software Engineer working in the Data Storage Platform team at Netflix, where he is responsible for architecting storage solutions to support Netflix Studios and Netflix Streaming Platform. Prior to Netflix, Tejas worked on designing and implementing the storage infrastructure at Box, Inc. to support a cloud content management platform that scales to petabytes of storage & millions of users. Tejas has worked on distributed file systems & backend architectures, both in on-premise and cloud environments as part of several startups in his career. Tejas is an International Keynote Speaker and periodically conducts seminars on Micro services, NFTs, Software Development & Cloud Computing and has a Masters Degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, with a specialization in Computer Systems.
WED 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
BatFrog
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Netflix is a global leader in video streaming and has always been known in Silicon Valley for its culture document; a seminal work in setting the context about culture. In this session, I will shed light on how Netflix thinks about DevOps, how our culture permeates our thought on Agile practices, DevOps, and development. It will be a great way to get a glimpse of how loosely coupled and highly aligned Netflix is, and participants can apply some parts of our culture to their organizations.

10

Session
Supply Chain Security Exposed! Developer Security Tips From the JFrog Research Team.
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Sven Ruppert | Developer Advocate, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/64af-400o400o2-ppY2qpoBsHSQzxD3HXBr2r.png Sven Ruppert has been coding Java since 1996 in industrial projects, is working as Developer Advocate for JFrog and Groundbreaker Ambassador (former Oracle Developer Champion). He speaks regularly at conferences worldwide, and contributes to IT periodicals and tech portals. He worked for over 15 years as a consultant worldwide in industries like automotive, space, insurance, and banking, as well as for the UN and World Bank. In addition to his main focuses on DevSecOps, Core Java and Kotlin, he works on mutation testing of web apps, and distributed unit testing.
Asaf Karas | CTO Security, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/5a7c-400o400o2-3p43bxn1h4Uom85puE2cmE.jpg Before joining JFrog, Asaf spent almost 15 years leading security research at the Israeli Defense Forces. There he specialized in areas such as reverse engineering, device debugging, network forensics, malware analysis, big data and anomaly detection, and, as a branch leader, managed a team of over 100 cybersecurity specialists. In recognition of his work, Asaf was awarded the Israel Defense Prize for leading an innovative project that substantially contributed to the nation’s security.
WED 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
NeoFrog
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Again and again, I am asked how one can start with the topic of security in an agile project environment. What are the essential first steps, and what should you focus on at the beginning? Of course, this raises the question of suitable methodologies and tools. At the same time, the strategic orientation of the company must be included in this security strategy. We have also learned in the recent past that attacks like the “Solarwinds hack” are becoming more and more sophisticated and that the attackers now focus on the entire value chain. What tools are there, and where should they be used? How can I start tomorrow to prepare myself for the future against the challenges of cyber attacks? And that’s exactly what you will get an answer to here.

11

Session
Toad-al Team Enablement: Amplifying DevOps Unification
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Brittany Woods | Manager - Server Automation, H&R Block https://sessionize.com/image/aef2-400o400o2-ahtSviVtPe7Zy11tmnVtY5.JPG Brittany Woods is an automator of things based in central Missouri. During her career in technical roles spanning across both the financial and the automotive sector, Brittany has been a major advocate for utilizing DevOps and automation to enhance velocity, increase innovation, and drive team autonomy. When she’s not automating the things, Brittany enjoys the casual binge watch on your favorite streaming service, lazy weekends, clarinet and bass guitar playing, and home improvement projects. Brittany is currently a Manager for the Server Automation Team at H&R Block. Brittany’s pronouns are she/her.
WED 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
WonderFrog
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Where are you and your organization on your DevOps journey? Across the industry, organizations are shifting their operating models to help facilitate DevOps. In doing this, the hope is to enable teams to act more autonomously - allowing changes and features to go to market faster with increased customer focus and reliability. There's another side to this though: teams must have ways to achieve things that were historically not part of their areas. This makes the right toolchain and enablement materials paramount to the success of team autonomy. Not only do you need the right toolchain, but you need to ensure the right organizational support to make these teams successful. Join me as I talk about ways you can enable your teams to be successful in this journey and the pitfalls you may face along the way.

12

12:15 PM
Lunch
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WED 12:15 PM - 1:15 PM
Luna Lawn
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13

1:00 PM
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Baking Infrastructure lifecycle into your CI/CD pipeline
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Ronak Rahman | Head of Developer Relations, Quali https://sessionize.com/image/a70b-400o400o2-UDn8ta9efhYwNRAFvvQzs5.jpg Hi I'm Ronak! Interested in solving customer issues in the DevOps field using empathy and good hygiene.
WED 1:00 PM - 1:20 PM
Mini Theater
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On-demand, self-service infrastructure application environments are requirements within the CICD pipeline. Accounting for the entire lifecycle from creation to teardown is where the headaches happen. Trying to leverage your existing IaC and gain guardrails like RBAC access control and cost control/optimization is the challenge.

14

1:15 PM
Session
DevOps & Kubernetes & Databases, Oh My!
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Batel Zohar | Developer Advocate, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/33da-400o400o2-E7hjLcE8o9urSHDf8sheJV.jpg Batel Zohar is a Developer Advocate for JFrog and has a background in DevOps support engineering, web development, and embedded software engineering. Prior to this, Batel served as an Enterprise Solutions Lead on a dedicated team that accompanies and assists large customers through the architectural implementation of the JFrog platform. She loves her dogs, plays guitar, and is a fan of Marvel’s movies
Karen Taggart | Product Owner, Liquibase Community https://sessionize.com/image/7513-400o400o2-nmxLnUtQ1aUPj72r6oDEqg.jpg Karen Taggart is a proud data and DevOps geek who advocates fiercely for continuous improvement, customer-centered strategy, open source software, and self-managing teams. Appreciative of transparency, sarcasm, and kindhearted people, she enjoys running, reading obsessively, fighting the patriarchy, and spending time with her adorable rescue dogs.
WED 1:15 PM - 2:00 PM
WonderFrog
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You may have attended other talks about automation and scaling with Kubernetes — but you haven’t heard one with a focus on Database DevOps! Kubernetes was released over 7 years ago, but we’re still scratching the surface on all the possibilities to make you work smarter and not harder. In this talk, we’ll explore DevOps best practices for databases when you’re using K8s. You’ll learn how to automate database schema changes and what you need to know to be successful. Robert brings the database knowledge and Batel shows you how to leverage JFrog to make it even better. We’ve learned a lot since we started with our first pods so join us to see how you can level up with Kubernetes and Databases.

15

Session
DevOps for Java Shops
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Brian Benz | Cloud Advocate, Microsoft https://sessionize.com/image/5cd1-400o400o2-w24M5n6RFbW3n7wxbXLtAE.jpg Brian is a Java Champion and a Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, helping developers get the most out of Java on Azure. Before Joining Microsoft, he was a program manager, evangelist, solution architect, consultant, developer, and author at IBM, Deloitte, and other companies. Find him on Twitter @bbenz. A current list of Brian's talks can be found at https://aka.ms/brianspeaking
Melissa McKay | Developer Advocate, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/2ab3-400o400o2-HM7gB8Ccz319qGw2k7PhDY.jpg Melissa's background and experience as a software engineer spans a slew of technologies and tools used in the development and operation of enterprise products and services. She is a mom, software engineer, Java geek, huge fan of UNconferences, and is always on the lookout for ways to grow and learn. She has spoken at CodeOne, Java Dev Day Mexico and is part of the JCrete and JAlba UNconference teams. She is currently a Developer Advocate for JFrog, Inc.
WED 1:15 PM - 2:00 PM
NeoFrog
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DevOps is great if you have the people, processes and tools to support it. In this session, I’ll highlight the easiest ways for Java developers to work with their IT organizations and partners to deliver their code to the cloud, including the best ways to reliably make updates and maintain production cloud code. The focus is on real-world examples using Linux command line tools, open source tools including Jenkins, and other free SDKs and tools available on GitHub.

16

Panel
Securing the DevOps Pipeline: OpenSSF Projects to the Rescue
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Lori Lorusso | SuperFrogs Program Manager, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/0f49-400o400o2-Df8JTChrwMRj1h8MDAB6Rp.jpg Lori started her DevRel career working for an Oracle Users Group and was bit by the developer community bug. Her enthusiasm and passion for helping developers has contributed to her professional success in the developer ecosphere. Since then she has worked worked with multiple Oracle user groups and developer champions programs and is currently starting the community program at JFrog. Lori uses traditional tools like Google Analytics and social media analysis to help identify and shape her DevRel strategy.
Kim Lewandowski | Co-Chair, Supply Chain Integrity Working Group, Open Source Security Foundation https://sessionize.com/image/a1ac-400o400o2-pyHSmQPqtfy6kYpp1bvZrb.jpeg Kim is a Founder and Head of Product at Chainguard. She started her career in the security space as an engineer working for Lawrence Livermore Labs, and most recently worked for Google. She launched a number of cloud enterprise products and created popular open source projects including SLSA, Security Scorecards, and Tekton.
Tracy Ragan | CEO, DeployHub https://sessionize.com/image/e9f4-400o400o2-M5SPdzuMPX1SkyqdcCCPk4.png Tracy is CEO and Co-Founder of DeployHub. DeployHub is the first microservice catalog designed to facilitate the sharing, relationship mapping, and versioning of microservices across clusters. Tracy is an expert in configuration management and pipeline life cycle practices with a hyper-focus on microservices and cloud-native architecture. She currently serves as a board member of the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) where she is the elected General Member Representative. Tracy is a recognized evangelist in microservices and the continuous delivery pipeline. Tracy served as a founding Board Member of both the Continuous Delivery Foundation and the Eclipse Foundation. Tracy is also a DevOps Institute Ambassador and speaks at AWS Marketplace webinar educational events. Prior to DeployHub, Tracy was the COO and co-founder of OpenMake Software, a build acceleration and management tool that is the heart of software builds for over 400 enterprise development teams.
Aeva Black | Open Source Hacker https://sessionize.com/image/c67a-400o400o2-hb8kD43F2rarUBS4LnccnM.jpg Aeva Black is an incurably queer geek, open source hacker, and a dot-com veteran with a 20+ year career spanning several startups and Fortune 500 Companies, including HPE, IBM, and Microsoft. Their areas of expertise include open source strategy and community management, containers, databases, bare metal orchestration, and security. Aeva currently works in Azure's Office of the CTO and hold seats on the Board of the Open Source Initiative, on the OpenSSF's Technical Advisory Council, and a shadow seat on the Board of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. In a previous life, Aeva was the founding member and technical lead of the OpenStack Ironic project, and held seats on the OpenStack Technical Committee, the Kubernetes Code of Conduct Committee, and on the Board of the Consent Academy. Aeva is a frequent keynote speaker at open source conferences around the world, advocating to make technology more ethical and inclusive, and a lifelong student of the Buddha Dharma. They are also an aspiring writer whose recent works include contributing to "Transending: An Anthology Of Trans Buddhist Voices" (2019), and being the technical editor for "Trust In Computer Systems And The Cloud" (2021).
Stephen Chin | VP of Developer Relations, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/922c-400o400o2-WLsMVcUVGos6G1xMQ6hpEf.jpg Stephen Chin is VP of Developer Relations at JFrog, chair of the CDF governing board, member of the CNCF governing board, and author of The Definitive Guide to Modern Client Development, Raspberry Pi with Java, Pro JavaFX Platform, and the upcoming DevOps Tools for Java Developers title from O’Reilly. He has keynoted numerous conferences around the world including swampUP, Devoxx, JNation, JavaOne, Joker, and Open Source India. Stephen is an avid motorcyclist who has done evangelism tours in Europe, Japan, and Brazil, interviewing hackers in their natural habitat. When he is not traveling, he enjoys teaching kids how to do embedded and robot programming together with his daughters.
WED 1:15 PM - 2:00 PM
BatFrog
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Panel discussion featuring Aeva Black (Azure), Tracy Ragan (DeployHub), and Kim Lewandowski (Chainguard), on the current OpenSSF projects and how they work to help secure the DevOps pipeline.

17

2:00 PM
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Eliminate release day anxiety using automation and quality guardrails
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Tony Wilmer | CloudBees, Senior Solutions Architect https://sessionize.com/image/84ea-400o400o2-w8E2tWUHGUau4bNqcWUM9x.jpg Tony has designed, built and maintained software delivery automation systems over his entire career. He has worked for companies in many sectors including Tech OEM Sun Microsystems, Digital Globe (MAXAR) - Aerospace/Defense, Software Development, TelComm, and Data Storage. At CloudBees, Tony now works with Fortune 1000 companies to implement state of the art software delivery automation and analytics.
Shozab Naqvi | CloudBees, Principal Solutions Architect https://sessionize.com/image/1371-400o400o2-w2EMt5Sz1afwHRKUDQujEo.jpg Shozab Naqvi is a Principal Solutions Architect at CloudBees. His background as an architect and developer of enterprise-ready cloud and DevOps services has helped enterprises automate and orchestrate their entire software development lifecycle by ensuring quality, compliance, and security. He has several issued and pending patents in the area of virtual networks, drift detection, and cloud automation. Prior to joining CloudBees, Shozab held an increasingly responsible role at CA Technologies as a lead architect for their continuous delivery line of products. He was also a key contributor at IBM as a Software Engineer designing and developing middleware security products for z/Series mainframes.
WED 2:00 PM - 2:20 PM
Mini Theater
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See how the CloudBees Platform can ensure quality releases and eliminate disruptive rollbacks and delays.

18

2:15 PM
Keynote
Artifactory Service DevOps - How to manage a worldwide Artifactory landscape with Jenkins and Python
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Alex Stoy | Siemens AG - Service Owner https://sessionize.com/image/2626-400o400o2-TBucpAm4K8HZd9MMMyy2Nn.jpg Alex is the service owner and service manager at their IT department for the Siemens Artifactory Service, He started as a working student in 2014 for Siemens where he gathered a lot of knowledge regarding build and development for the Siemens products. Here first he supported the incident management and got later to the position of a build/server administrator. Later on in 2016 he joined the company as a regular employee and proceeded on smaller projects where he developed his knowledge about build processes and pipelines. But also did some migration topics where he got a deep dive into the processes of the business. In 2017 he started to work with Artifactory. After they have successfully tested a PoC, decided to set Artifactory on a productive environment up. In his role of solution architect he was responsible for the whole infrastructure set up and all dependencies regarding the needs of the business. The Artifactory service has been set up, has been gone live and the service was born in April 2018. In May 2018, he left the Artifactory team and started working on Software Clearing topics as solution manager, server administrator, service desk and solution architect all in one person. After a while he became a project manager for the software clearing projects to improve the current service… Until he gained the role of Service Owner for the Artifactory service!
Andreas Mirring | IT Solution Architect https://sessionize.com/image/e24f-400o400o2-9e-52ed-457e-9ffa-0cf2c7ea6355.ab252b0a-9c82-45ca-944c-5565344a31c4.png IT Solution Architect for the Siemens Artifactory Service. Working in IT for Siemens AG for 13 years.
Jonathan Beller | Siemens AG - Solution Expert https://sessionize.com/image/7691-400o400o2-NzmurLmdSyFYNQRqyVzu21.jpg I have studied computer science and business informatics at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. I started working at Siemens as working student in 2016 and supported the newly set up Polarion service with scripting and development of extensions, integrating various IT systems. Since October 2021, I am the solution expert of the Binary Management Platform service that offers an array of Artifactory instances to Siemens-internal customers.
WED 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM
BatFrog
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Artifactory as a Service - we have set up a worldwide Artifactory Service landscape. To be able to not only manage this landscape but also monitor it, we started building a framework which supports us with daily business automation. We would like to present this framework to you to help your Artifactory management reach the next level, so join this presentation and get to know how you can automate your service!

19

Session
The Human Side of Supply Chain Security
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Sandeep Parikh | DevRel Engineer, Google Cloud https://sessionize.com/image/b638-400o400o2-3onWjKTGPh8VJfBVdJawhT.jpg Sandeep is a DevRel Engineer for Google Cloud, where he focuses on making it easier for developers & operators to adopt DevOps and cloud native tools and processes. Sandeep’s background is in software engineering and he's worked for Google, VMware, Apple, MongoDB, and many others. He has developed reference architectures and best practices for running hybrid infrastructure deployments and large-scale data processing pipelines, as well as software systems to analyze social networks, document similarity, and text sentiment. Sandeep holds a Bachelors in Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan and a Masters in Computer Engineering from the University of Texas.
WED 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM
NeoFrog
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Increased attack surfaces! Complex vector attacks! The sky is falling! Yes, we’ve made software and software delivery more complicated, and perhaps that’s opening us up to more challenges. But it’s not a crisis! We now have an opportunity to drive a whole host of improvements to the software supply chain that benefit not only our end users, but our software delivery teams as well. So in this talk we’re going discuss the supply chain (no, not *that* one), who’s impacted and affected by the choices we make, and how to ensure we’re not hindering our teams’ ability to achieve high performance software delivery.

20

Session
The State of the Software Supply Chain
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Mark Galpin | Solutions Architecture Lead, Tidelift Inc. https://sessionize.com/image/216f-400o400o2-GS3VyDiUn6hG9e1jXVLpGD.jpg Mark Galpin has been a passionate student of the software supply chain for a decade, although he wouldn't have always described it that way. Currently, he has brought that passion to Tidelift, focusing on how industry can help secure the software supply chain for themselves, and everyone else dependent on software (which is everyone), from the bottom up. Before working at Tidelift he worked at JFrog, helping enterprises adopt the JFrog Platform, implement DevOps practices, and secure the software they're using.
WED 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM
WonderFrog
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In recent times the phrase “supply chain disruption” is on everyone’s lips, mostly related to the goods we want and depend on. Likewise, in the software world we’ve had major incidents like log4shell and color.js impacting the software we want and depend on – both malice and negligence can threaten it. We throw around terms like “software supply chain” and “Bill of Materials” pretty casually. But what is the software supply chain? Where does it start, where does it end? Using the JFrog Platform, you control a portion of it, but there are also plenty of aspects that you don’t. Who does? How much does it really matter? What can we do about it, both as individual companies and projects, and as an industry? In this talk we’ll be answering these questions, and talking about how those answers have evolved.

21

3:00 PM
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Identify and remediate complex anomalies across cloud-native architectures in action
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Parker Hyland | Outbound Product Manager @Lightstep https://sessionize.com/image/d2c1-400o400o2-KprJsyz4WdU9Td6UM1o6JF.jpg Parker Hyland has been with Lightstep for over four years. She has helped customers throughout their journey while enabling the growing sales engineer organization. Parker is now Lightstep's Outbound Product Manager.
WED 3:00 PM - 3:20 PM
Mini Theater
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In this session, learn how to explore, document and discuss Observability data collaboratively in shared Notebooks. Lightstep notebooks enable DevOps and SRE teams to run ad-hoc queries while investigating an incident. Notebooks, which leverage Lightstep Change Intelligence, allows any developer, operator, or SRE to instantly understand changes in their service’s health and – most importantly – what caused those changes. Teams can quickly share and collaborate on findings for faster incident resolution, and proactive optimization. This is critical when investigating an incident, collaborating across teams, and quickly documenting learnings via notebooks to share across the organization. Once your team has investigated and resolved the incident, configure incident response for seamlessly orchestrated alerts, notifications, and collaboration across Slack and Zoom — to replace alert fatigue with real-time context and a shared understanding of any incident.

22

Ice Cream Social Sponsored by Microsoft Azure
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WED 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
The Swamp (Exhibit Hall)
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23

3:30 PM
Session
It Works on Every Machine!
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Scott Robertson | CTO, ActiveState https://sessionize.com/image/3210-400o400o2-MhGzgtXBB1FWUWcXVhwHfE.png Scott is passionate about creating products that solve real problems. He drives ActiveState’s technology vision and has spent over 20 years knees deep in code. His background includes everything from lead dev to CEO to CTO. He’s authored a book, founded 3 startups and sold one of them. Most recently he normalized Fortune 500 BI data and ETL to scale. He understands the pains faced in pushing software into production and the challenges big business has to stay fast and relevant. He helps companies do both.
WED 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM
NeoFrog
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You just want code that works. But one of the biggest hurdles to achieving your goal is managing operating system native libraries. They’re foundational to programming, but the arduous task of patching, building and deploying them is so painful that you seek to avoid them at all costs. But you know there’ll be consequences if you do. This session examines strategies for building and deploying native libraries in multi-OS settings―including scripting, machine images, containers, package managers and virtual environments. We'll examine the pros and cons of each and the impact various operating systems, programming languages and deployment environments have on them. You’ll also learn how the ActiveState platform can help automate this process and deliver trusted artifacts directly to your Artifactory instance. We’ll show you how our platform takes on the pain, leaving you with the ability to focus on more important things.

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Time-To-Extract
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Shimi Bandiel | Senior Solution Architect, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/ecc2-400o400o2-4pjqFqTyjw6ATru5BBWQVU.jpg Shimi is an experienced consultant and developer who specializes in building performant DevOps CI/CD pipelines. Before his current role as a Strategic DevOps Acceleration Solution Architect at JFrog, Shimi was the CTO of Trainologic responsible for high profile consulting and training about DevOps, architecture and performance tuning.
WED 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM
BatFrog
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DevOps is usually measured by its "Time-To-Value." Recent events has showed us that "Time-To-Extract" is at least as important. In this session we'll walk the audience through the process of end-to-end extraction of artifacts (regarding CVEs, licenses and life cycle) towards "actionable observability."

25

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What caused the change? Identify and remediate complex anomalies across cloud-native architectures
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Parker Hyland | Outbound Product Manager @Lightstep https://sessionize.com/image/d2c1-400o400o2-KprJsyz4WdU9Td6UM1o6JF.jpg Parker Hyland has been with Lightstep for over four years. She has helped customers throughout their journey while enabling the growing sales engineer organization. Parker is now Lightstep's Outbound Product Manager.
WED 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM
WonderFrog
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In today’s hyper-digital age, organizations are under pressure to drive technology transformation by adopting, scaling, and maintaining cloud native architectures. With this massive shift, visibility into these distributed, cloud native applications starts degrading the moment adoption starts and the footprint increases. Though visibility is decreasing, the importance of the new infrastructure is higher than ever, as technology starts to transform the organization. With no true end-to-end visibility across these distributed environments, teams struggle to answer the most pressing questions: “What caused the change?,” “How do we best remediate?,” and “What was impacted?” In this session learn how the power of the Lightstep platform combined with ServiceNow provides end-to-end visibility into applications and their dependencies, enabling teams to quickly pinpoint and resolve issues faster. Discover how Observability, and the use of OpenTelemetry, increases visibility in complex cloud native systems and, when anomalies arise, how Lightstep’s Incident Response quickly notifies the right team with the information they need to solve the problem quickly and restore the service.

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4:15 PM
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Leveraging JFrog Artifactory in automating change request approvals
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Joe Offenberg | Principal Product Manager, DevOps at ServiceNow https://sessionize.com/image/bfc8-400o400o2-QvSyWsxz6jCGLm8bMsPkPR.jpg Joe has 20+ years of Technical Presales experience selling DevOps, IT Automation, and Application Monitoring solutions to the Enterprise and driving new areas of technology sales through field innovation.
WED 4:15 PM - 4:35 PM
Mini Theater
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While JFrog Artifactory accelerates the release pathway, DevOps teams are still being held back by unwieldy governance processes that inhibit final release and steal time from other development activities. Join this session to learn how companies blend the mission-critical heart of the JFrog Platform with the work already managed in ServiceNow and how that connects to the Observability and Incident Response available from Lightstep. We’ll demonstrate how to leverage JFrog Artifactory and Xray as a part of the governance process managed by ServiceNow, in a way that keeps developers in the tools they love best while automating change ticket creation and approvals.

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4:30 PM
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Containers and IOT
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Shy Ruparel | Sr. Developer Advocate, Docker https://sessionize.com/image/0655-400o400o2-DYj8AzLVT4NtofNXo7XMMx.jpg Shy Ruparel is a Sr. Developer Advocate at Docker. He’s been working on empowering developers ever since he discovered how much he enjoyed organizing & participating in hackathons during his university days. He has a passion for silly IOT projects, good jokes and the staying power to wish you a great day on Twitter every single day.
WED 4:30 PM - 5:15 PM
BatFrog
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Working with IoT devices can be tough. In addition to building for a resource-constrained environment, it can be difficult to commit to long term security fixes, providing OTA updates, and managing building code for multiple architectures such as your local MacBook, ARM devices, or even a fleet of Raspberry Pi SBCs. Taking advantage of containers, you're able to solve these problems and focus on just creating software. In this talk, Sr. Dev Advocate Shy Ruparel runs through how to take advantage of multi-architecture builds, and utilize these techniques to deploy code into production.

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Session
Out of the Cyber Crisis - What Would Deming Do?
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John Willis | Bad people eat good systems for breakfast. https://sessionize.com/image/3f16-400o400o2-c581b700-7bbd-4057-9a5e-1bc9d184f5b5.jpg John Willis is Senior Director of the Global Transformation Office at Red Hat Prior to Red Hat, he was the Director of Ecosystem Development for Docker, which he joined after the company he co-founded (SocketPlane, which focused on SDN for containers) was acquired by Docker in February 2015. Previous to founding SocketPlane in Fall 2014, John was the Chief DevOps An Evangelist at Dell, which he joined following the Enstratius acquisition in May 2013. He has also held past executive roles at Chef and Canonical. John was one of the earliest cloud evangelists and is considered one of the founders of the Devops movement. John is the author of 7 IBM Redbooks. He is also the co-author of the “Devops Handbook” and “Beyond the Phoenix Project” along with author Gene Kim.
WED 4:30 PM - 5:15 PM
NeoFrog
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In 1982 Dr. Edwards Deming published a book called "Out of the Crisis." dealing with his frustration leading up from the prior decade. He was 82 years old; he wasn't writing this as a get-rich management consulting book. Dr. Deming wrote it as a stark warning for everyone, manufacturing, healthcare, government, and education alike. Fast forward forty years, and imagine what he would say today if he were alive today. My guess is he would be intensely interested in cybersecurity. More than just information technology, but cyber across all aspects of human infrastructure, for example, "Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs," water, warmth, and food. Over the past ten years, we have seen cyberattacks on water treatment plants, power grids, oil and gas, and food supply chains. The latest is a cream cheese manufacturer. I have studied Dr. Deming for over a decade, and I believe there is an exciting story to be told around his 14 Points and his System of Profound Knowledge. These concepts are also the fundamental ideas behind Lean, Agile, DevOps, and DevSecOps.

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Session
Releasing Fast, Easy, and Consistently
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Andres Almiray | Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle https://sessionize.com/image/01a0-400o400o2-4teVLUMz64kUCW8JQGhD2t.png Andres is a Java/Groovy developer and a Java Champion with more than 2 decades of experience in software design and development. He has been involved in web and desktop application development since the early days of Java. Andres is a true believer in open source and has participated on popular projects like Groovy, Griffon, and DbUnit, as well as starting his own projects (Json-lib, EZMorph, GraphicsBuilder, JideBuilder). He is a founding member of the Griffon framework and Hackergarten community event. You can find him on twitter too as @aalmiray. He likes to spend time with his beloved wife, Ixchel, when not hacking around.
Ixchel Ruiz | Developer Advocate, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/a62c-400o400o2-c0-72e9-4c3c-a8fa-92ce9c2d95d6.37c63fee-9331-4d6c-acfe-ce5ee17fbc53.jpg Ixchel Ruiz has developed software application & tools since 2000. Her research interests include Java, dynamic languages, client-side technologies and testing. She is a Java Champion, Groundbreaker Ambassador, hackergarten enthusiast, open source advocate, public speaker and mentor.
WED 4:30 PM - 5:15 PM
WonderFrog
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When a project has reached that stage when it’s a good idea to post binaries, new questions arise such as where should they be posted? How do you make it easier for users to install and discover binaries? Where should releases be shared? Most importantly, can it be automated? There are so many requirements and considerations depending on the distribution channels -- wouldn't it be great to have a tool to make it easier? We'll have a look at GoReleaser and JReleaser, two tools that provide answers to these questions and more. These tools may be used to create GiHub/GitLab/Gitea releases and publish binaries that can be consumed from different distribution channels such as Homebrew, Snap, Scoop, and more. Once published, the release cab be automatically announced on Twitter, Slack, Gitter, Discord, and other communication channels.

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5:15 PM
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Maintaining CODEOWNERS on autopilot
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Nir Valtman | Co-Founder & CEO @ Arnica. Ex-CISO. AppSec Junkie. https://sessionize.com/image/2218-400o400o2-awzh1X8bLTaafn7zL1iksg.jpg Nir is an experienced information security leader, expert, open source contributor, and a frequent public speaker at leading conferences globally, including Black Hat, Defcon, BSides, and RSA. The most recent roles he held were VP security at Finastra, CISO at Kabbage, and Head of App Sec at NCR. He is currently focused on building his new startup, Arnica, which is focused on software supply chain security.
WED 5:15 PM - 5:35 PM
Mini Theater
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GitHub's CODEOWNERS allows to control the users and teams that can be counted at Pull Request reviewers prior merging code into the protected branch. This demo shows how can a CODEOWNERS file be generated automatically based on historical behavior, and how can additional members be added to the file via simple Slack bot integration.

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5:30 PM
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DevOps for developers (or maybe against them?!)
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Baruch Sadogursky | Head of DevOps Advocacy @jfrog https://sessionize.com/image/c753-400o400o2-XKkKnpNXq76dSVsXXEfjjd.jpg Baruch Sadogursky (@jbaruch) did Java before it had generics, DevOps before there was Docker, and DevRel before it had a name. He started DevRel at JFrog when it was ten people and took it all the way to a successful $6B IPO by helping engineers solve problems. Now Baruch keeps helping engineers solve problems but also helps companies help engineers solve problems. He is a co-author of the "Liquid Software" and "DevOps Tools for Java Developers" books, serves on multiple conference program committees, and regularly speaks at numerous most prestigious industry conferences, including Kubecon, JavaOne (RIP), Devoxx, QCon, DevRelCon, DevOpsDays (all over), DevOops (not a typo) and others.
WED 5:30 PM - 6:15 PM
NeoFrog
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"DevOps" is the operations people’s crafty plan to make developers do other people's work, but we are smart enough to see right through this naive rebranding trick! Baruch suggests you think about it: we, the developers, have written all the code. It passes all the tests; it obviously works, and works well (Are we a little proud? We are!); so we are DONE. Now, out of the blue, a bunch of "thought leaders" (all with an operations background, mind you!) are trying to tell us that we have to learn YAML, Docker, Kubernetes and Terraform to deploy our software because suddenly it is our concern?! In this talk, we'll discuss why developers do or don’t need DevOps. We'll consider arguments made by DevOps visionaries and see whether they hold water. Hopefully, by the end of the talk, we'll understand whether DevOps really helps developers to deploy better code to production more often, or if it is just another scam made up by marketing and evangelists.

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Session
DevOps Intelligence and Your Software Supply Chain
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Tracy Ragan | CEO, DeployHub https://sessionize.com/image/e9f4-400o400o2-M5SPdzuMPX1SkyqdcCCPk4.png Tracy is CEO and Co-Founder of DeployHub. DeployHub is the first microservice catalog designed to facilitate the sharing, relationship mapping, and versioning of microservices across clusters. Tracy is an expert in configuration management and pipeline life cycle practices with a hyper-focus on microservices and cloud-native architecture. She currently serves as a board member of the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) where she is the elected General Member Representative. Tracy is a recognized evangelist in microservices and the continuous delivery pipeline. Tracy served as a founding Board Member of both the Continuous Delivery Foundation and the Eclipse Foundation. Tracy is also a DevOps Institute Ambassador and speaks at AWS Marketplace webinar educational events. Prior to DeployHub, Tracy was the COO and co-founder of OpenMake Software, a build acceleration and management tool that is the heart of software builds for over 400 enterprise development teams.
WED 5:30 PM - 6:15 PM
WonderFrog
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It’s no joke, a cloud-native microservice architecture is complex. But it is only complex because we see it through the lens of monolithic development. A paradigm shift in both our development culture and tooling is in order. DevOps Intelligence and the governance of the software supply chain will ferry us across this divide to a new and better way of serving our end users. This session will explore how our culture and pipeline need to shift to support a shared, component-driven architecture for building the software of tomorrow.

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Session
Strangling Monoliths: How to Migrate to the Cloud Using the Strangler Pattern and Docker
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Peter McKee | Director of Developer Advocacy @ JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/6d54-400o400o2-f2LeA2R7UFceBrgyFfiQGb.jpg Peter McKee is the Director of Developer Advocacy at JFrog and maintainer of the open source project Ronin.js. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA but currently residing in Austin, TX, Peter built his career developing full-stack applications for over 25 years. He has held multiple roles but enjoys teaching and mentoring the most. When he’s not slapping away at the keyboard, you can find him practicing Spanish and hanging out with his wife and seven children.
WED 5:30 PM - 6:15 PM
BatFrog
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In today's modern software development environment, moving fast is key to winning in your market. But how do we deliver features and functionality in our applications faster? Well, one way is to strategically break them into micro-services. In this talk, we'll take a look at strategies and implementations of Strangler Pattern using Docker and Docker Compose. At the end of this talk, the attendee will be able to explain what the Strangler Pattern is and how to implement it in their codebases using containers, local orchestration with compose and then how to deploy to the cloud.

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6:15 PM
Happy Hour Sponsored by AWS
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WED 6:15 PM - 7:25 PM
The Swamp (Exhibit Hall)
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7:30 PM
Gala
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WED 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Luna Ballroom
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7:30 AM
Breakfast
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THU 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Luna Lawn
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8:30 AM
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Accelerating Binary Management: Large-scale migration and scale-up
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Patrik Osbakk | Director | Strategy Lead, Volvo Car Corporation https://sessionize.com/image/78cb-400o400o2-BmZv2CiLEP1dgJStAAgmYy.jpg Dr. Patrik Osbakk is Director and Strategy Lead at Volvo Car Corporation and has been interim Product Owner of the ‘Artifacts & Quality’ product at Volvo Cars, a part of the digital delivery of a software factory. Patrik is a member of the Vehicle Software & Installation product area leadership team at Volvo Cars with the role of Digital Software Strategy Lead. He is a Trusted advisor and director at Black by Blue and has held key responsibilities and leadership positions at Sony Mobile Communications, Jayway, and Waylabs as well as helping many clients as an advisor and consultant. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Kent, UK as well as a BA(Hons) Computing and Economics degree.
THU 8:30 AM - 9:15 AM
BatFrog
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With the future of the automotive industry set on software-defined cars, development activities rapidly gain momentum with demands on DevOps toolchains escalating. This continues to push the boundaries of the machinery in the software factory. In this talk, we will revisit binary management, a critical component in the toolchain, to share our latest efforts and learnings as we accelerate to keep up with the demands of a modern enterprise. Topics covered include experiences from large-scale migration to cloud as well as scale-up of operations. We will review the challenges faced, how they were resolved, and the benefits gained. To conclude, we will look at the opportunities ahead. The talk will focus on the strategies used, the architectural decisions, and the outcomes.

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8:30 AM
Training
DevOps Automation with JFrog Artifactory (Advanced)
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Gowtham Neerukonda | DevOps Acceleration Engineer, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/e1d3-400o400o2-32fbe38c-704f-4d16-b6a0-ba2e5f6eec79.jpg Gowtham Neerukonda is a DevOps Acceleration Engineer at JFrog. A passionate Engineer who has experience in working with embedded systems, application security and DevOps automation. As a member of DevOps Acceleration team, he enjoys learning new advancements in the DevOps world and helping customers embrace the JFrog DevOps Platform.
THU 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
SuperFrog
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In this advanced, hands-on training class, you will learn how to take JFrog Artifactory to the next level through greater mastery of it’s robust automation capabilities. We will cover advanced use of REST APIs, AQL, and the JFrog CLI tools, the best use case for each one, and integration with other ecosystem tools you commonly use. We will discuss best practices for using metadata, as well as common use cases and tools that solve real life automation problems (such as cleanup, whitelisting and tracking). We will also talk about user plugins and their benefits for automation processes.

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Training
From Git to Kubernetes: Cloud Native DevOps (Advanced)
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Bill Manning | Solution Architect, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/9425-400o400o2-hrMo4r2kTsE5Q57KixZXDW.jpg William is a Solutions Architect with JFrog. He is also a mentor with TechStars (Nike Incubator), Matter, and NestGSV. He has successfully exited 3 companies and took one public in Australia. He also currently helping various startups as an advisor. In his spare time, he likes to travel with his wife and two boys. He also plays guitar, loves gadgets & IOT, lives for the beach, rides skateboards, and is an avid cyclist.
THU 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
YodaFrog
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In this training session, you’ll learn best-practices when using the JFrog Platform to store and manage your Docker images, Helm charts, and Kubernetes deployments from beginning to end, while also setting up a continuous build, test, and deploy pipeline. We’ll cover best practices for managing and creating Docker registries and Helm repositories, testing and promotion of Docker containers, and taking your containers all the way to production using the JFrog Platform and Kubernetes together. While the use cases discussed will cover and utilize the entire JFrog Platform, the majority of the hands-on training will focus on JFrog Artifactory and different modern automation tools working together.

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Training
Introduction to DevSecOps with JFrog Xray
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Asim Parekh | Solution Architect, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/f0d8-400o400o2-XJBwQeoQjk5xpRSAoHta3i.jpg Asim Parekh is a Solutions Engineer at JFrog based in San Ramon, CA. He has a Masters in Engineering from SJSU and Bachelor's in Computer Science from University of Houston. He is a creative (2 patents under his belt) technical leader who has 20+ years of software development experience starting with hands-on development to global leadership roles for large Enterprises. At JFrog, he loves helping customers with creative ideas in solving their DevOps-related problems. He spends his spare time with his wife and kids, and loves outdoor activities like hiking, stargazing, and playing sports.
THU 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
SpiderFrog
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JFrog builds and delivers security products that enable organizations to trust their pipeline from development to deployment and into production. In this basic training session, we’ll see how JFrog Xray can advance your DevSecOps journey, how it integrates with other components within the JFrog Platform to ensure your builds and artifacts are secure, and how to create different policies for different stages of the CI/CD process. We will demonstrate how to use the integrations Xray has with different IDEs, git servers, and ecosystem tools in order to enforce or enhance “shift left” concepts.

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Session
Lead with Automation and Security with JFrog’s Partner Integrations
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Daniel Miakotkin | Software Engineer, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/0124-400o400o2-PDMvQcuukbr2mBpURu491r.jpg I'm a Software Engineer, experienced in building various integrations and automation. I live in San Francisco Bay Area.
Sushrut Athavale | Software Engineer, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/aabe-400o400o2-4q8cVKb7bXVvVSmswZyek2.png Sushrut Athavale is a Software Engineer at JFrog working on the Partner Engineering Team. He has experience in DevOps technologies (i.e. kubernetes) and is an advocate for design in engineering. In his free time, Sushrut likes to go hiking, play games, watch movies, and go to the theater.
THU 8:30 AM - 9:15 AM
NeoFrog
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Today, we’ve found that our JFrog Xray security features have become one of the most prominently used parts of the evolving Artifactory ecosystem. In this talk, we invite you to come learn how JFrog’s Partner Engineering team is integrating security features into your favorite third-party apps in order to make your usage experience easier and your capabilities even more complete. These new integrations will show up as more broadly available and optimized alerts your development teams will receive on security incidents and further help in automating mitigation steps. During the demo, you’ll be shown how to configure your security watches and policies using the Terraform provider for Artifactory and Xray, how to create Xray alerts for display in Microsoft Teams channels, and how to build automated workflows in ServiceNow to respond to new incidents effectively. Finally, we’ll show you other features and integrations that include JFrog Distribution and Projects.

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Training
SBOM at the Center of the Software Supply Chain
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Shimi Bandiel | Senior Solution Architect, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/ecc2-400o400o2-4pjqFqTyjw6ATru5BBWQVU.jpg Shimi is an experienced consultant and developer who specializes in building performant DevOps CI/CD pipelines. Before his current role as a Strategic DevOps Acceleration Solution Architect at JFrog, Shimi was the CTO of Trainologic responsible for high profile consulting and training about DevOps, architecture and performance tuning.
THU 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
WonderFrog
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The interest around SBOM has dramatically increased since the U.S. Executive Order was published about a year ago. But the need for detailed and accurate bill of materials throughout the software delivery pipelines has been in place for years. The JFrog Platform provides extensive ways to define and maintain this essential deliverable. In this training, you will learn where producing an SBOM should occur in your software delivery processes, what defines a full SBOM implementation and how to achieve SBOM management with the JFrog Platform.

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9:30 AM
Session
Bots to Protect your Source Code
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Eyal Ben Moshe | Head of the Ecosystem Engineering Group, JFrog https://sessionize.com/image/a5f1-400o400o2-hJogEvAwi7PRiJSQeXwUNV.png Head of the Ecosystem Engineering group at JFrog for the past 7 years. Leading and managing many R&D projects and development initiatives inside JFrog throughout the past few years. Part of the software industry for past 18 years, working as an R&D manager and software developer.
THU 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM
NeoFrog
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In this session we'd like to introduce and demo JFrog's new code repo security bot. We'll show you how to set up a security grid around your source code repo in 5 minutes, letting the machines scan PRs, and suggest fixes to keep your code repo clean and safe.

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Session
Novel Approaches for Realtime Provisioning of Repositories
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Matthew Kowalsky | Software Engineer, Capital One https://sessionize.com/image/ec76-400o400o2-SoT2yn1HfUFTnPK1bhdiy6.jpeg Matthew Kowalsky is the technical lead responsible for use of Artifactory and the JFrog Platform at Capital One.
THU 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM
BatFrog
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This session will explore the approaches of provisioning repositories through automation with a look at notional approaches of provisioning local Docker Repositories dynamically.

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9:30 AM
The Swamp
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THU 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
The Swamp (Exhibit Hall)