TDD for infrastructure
The workshop is about test driven development of infrastructure. These days teams working in DevOps culture are responsible for the whole application lifecycle meaning business logic, monitoring, logging but also infrastructure code. In the microservices era the complexity is being moved out from the application code and it’s usually a part of infrastructure. The attendees of the workshop will learn how to write and maintain infrastructure code using TDD approach.
Maximum number of participants: 20
Preliminary requirements for participants: Intermediate level, at least basic knowledge of devops/testops.
DevOps with over 10 years of experience in the IT industry. He has gained experience as an Administrator System, Quality Assurance Engineer, DevOps, and System Architect. In his career built systems consisting of thousands of servers creating distributed systems for millions of users. Every day he builds efficient, secure and scalable IT systems and believes in the autonomy of the engineering teams that can maintain them. In his everyday work he uses: Amazon Web Services, Ansible, Hashicorp tools, ELK, Sensu, Varnisha and many other technologies. Organizer of Hackathons and Meetings. For many years he has been conducting internal training courses, which have streamlined the work of hundreds of developers, giving them the opportunity to work independently on infrastructure. Especially proud of DevOps implementation for the IoT Module Control Platform for thousands of devices, where every engineer can manage a full lifecycle application from the local environment to production at AWS. In her free time he is involved in brewing beer and tasting good coffee.