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Tom Coudyzer05:06:31

Good morning #DOES20, looking forward to day 3. The heat outside โ˜€๏ธ๐Ÿ˜Ž will feel cold when I look to todays' agenda, the speakers will put the stage back on fire! ๐Ÿ”ฅEnjoy everyone!

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Tom Coudyzer05:06:31

Good morning #DOES20, looking forward to day 3. The heat outside โ˜€๏ธ๐Ÿ˜Ž will feel cold when I look to todays' agenda, the speakers will put the stage back on fire! ๐Ÿ”ฅEnjoy everyone!

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JohannT06:06:48

Looking forward to day 3!

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Patrick Debois07:06:35

I love it when a conference comes together โ˜€๏ธ

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Slackbot07:06:06

Reminder: <!here> Get yourself in front of your browser for the opening remarks. Weโ€™re kicking off the final day in 15 minutes!

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BMK-BNZ-ValueStreamArchitect07:06:37

Good day to everyone from New Zealand ๐Ÿ™‚ , trust everyone is learning a lot; I love this community in helping each other

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BMK-BNZ-ValueStreamArchitect07:06:14

IMHO - This virtual conference is next level (I did pass my feedback early) in virtual conference. Everything planned well and in detail. Kudos to everyone behind the scene, in front of cameras ๐Ÿ™‚

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Bahram07:06:16

It would have been great if there were some break between the talks ...

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Thomas Williams07:06:44

Good morning

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mohitraina07:06:56

Good Morning to everyone from Delhi India :)

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Pete Nuwayser - IBM07:06:10

good morning all y'all

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Yasir - DevOps at LBG07:06:30

morning all

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Kim Smith07:06:40

Morning everyone

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Pallavi Negi07:06:00

Hello everyone and hope you all have a wonderful day today!

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Ciaran Byrne07:06:28

Good morning everyone!

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Tom Coudyzer07:06:39

Damn, @genek101 is fast in changing clothes ๐Ÿ˜

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Philipp Bรถschen, TUI, DevOps Coach, (he/him)07:06:40

It would be neat to have 480p as a stream quality option :thinking_face: German internet suuucks

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JC Pretorius07:06:32

Did you disable the low latency option in settings?

JC Pretorius07:06:32

Did you disable the low latency option in settings?

Philipp Bรถschen, TUI, DevOps Coach, (he/him)07:06:05

It's greyed out for me ๐Ÿ˜• But it's also disabled

Simon Rohrer, [Sooner Safer Happier contributor] Saxo Bank, Head of EA and DevEx07:06:48

Is it just me getting terrible quality streaming this morning (low latency option greyed out here)?

Simon Rohrer, [Sooner Safer Happier contributor] Saxo Bank, Head of EA and DevEx07:06:48

Is it just me getting terrible quality streaming this morning (low latency option greyed out here)?

Cecilia Judmann (Redgate)07:06:10

apparently if you switch track and then go back that should solve it/

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JC Pretorius07:06:22

Ah I see yes it is. Should be good then

Cecilia Judmann (Redgate)07:06:51

Good morning everyone! @philip.collier, @alex.henly and myself will be here all day to chat with you about database DevOps and how we can help to standardize, automate, protect and monitor your team's processes. ๐Ÿ™‚

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Philip Collier07:06:45

Good morning everyone ๐Ÿ™‚

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Alex Henly07:06:17

Hi everyone, what a beautiful morning ๐Ÿ™‚

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Siddharth, NatWest Group, DevOps CoE (he/him)07:06:28

Q: Anyone facing issue while playing on their #IPAD ? only webpage is opening not the videos . Any help appreciated . Thanks.

Siddharth, NatWest Group, DevOps CoE (he/him)07:06:28

Q: Anyone facing issue while playing on their #IPAD ? only webpage is opening not the videos . Any help appreciated . Thanks.

jeff.gallimore (CTIO - Excella, he/him)07:06:38

@siddharth.pareek have you unchecked โ€œlow latencyโ€ in the controls?

Siddharth, NatWest Group, DevOps CoE (he/him)07:06:02

Where exactly I need to look for it @jeff.gallimore?

jeff.gallimore (CTIO - Excella, he/him)07:06:32

there should be a little gear icon somewhere in the viewer. probably bottom right corner.

jeff.gallimore (CTIO - Excella, he/him)07:06:27

@siddharth.pareek did you find it?

Siddharth, NatWest Group, DevOps CoE (he/him)07:06:24

ahh all I can see is a blank screen under each of the TABS of TRACKs. ๐Ÿ˜ž

Siddharth, NatWest Group, DevOps CoE (he/him)08:06:12

I have IOS 9 . does that makes a difference ? Since I tried both in Safari & Chrome @jeff.gallimore?

jeff.gallimore (CTIO - Excella, he/him)08:06:41

@siddharth.pareek we donโ€™t have a way to test on that version so not totally sure, butโ€ฆ it likely part of the problem.

BMK-BNZ-ValueStreamArchitect08:06:02

@jonathansmart1 - Thanks for sharing the BVSSH; Excellent session.

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Russell09:06:03

There has been a lot of PDFs and ebooks shared, not sure if itโ€™s possible to consolidate/add them into the Github page? No worries if not, i think i have enough reading for the next year anyway ๐Ÿ˜„

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Compuware_Stu09:06:49

Learn how yourย https://twitter.com/hashtag/COBOL?src=hashtag_clickย source code can be branched/merged/deployed usingย https://twitter.com/hashtag/github?src=hashtag_clickย &ย Compuwareย tooling. Learn more by joining our stand:ย https://events.itrevolution.com/does-virtual-booth-compuware/https://t.co/Z2orqSRYFAย https://twitter.com/hashtag/IBMz?src=hashย #DOES20

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ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)09:06:35

BFF Zone :star-struck:- https://doesvirtual.com/github - Check out https://doesvirtual.com/github for their talk on 5 myths of Innersource at 11:00 and a chance to win GitHub Swag pack!

Jenny Lynam09:06:51

Good morning from sunny London ๐ŸŒž Looking forward to day 3

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Raji Natt at Sonatype09:06:13

Missing the awesome prizes and reading material from the in-person DOES? Well, we we have you covered! Visit our booth to download theย 49 short DevOps stories eBook, where pros like Adidas and Google share their DevOpsย  journey, challenges, and accomplishments and automatically be entered into ourย Summer Staycation Giveaway!ย We are giving away aย Luxury Picnic Basket, Portable Table Top BBQ, Bang & Olufsen Portable Speaker or Wimbledon Weekend Bagย to 4 lucky winners. Hurry, today's your last chance to enter:ย https://doesvirtual.com/sonatype

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Raji Natt at Sonatype09:06:13

Missing the awesome prizes and reading material from the in-person DOES? Well, we we have you covered! Visit our booth to download theย 49 short DevOps stories eBook, where pros like Adidas and Google share their DevOpsย  journey, challenges, and accomplishments and automatically be entered into ourย Summer Staycation Giveaway!ย We are giving away aย Luxury Picnic Basket, Portable Table Top BBQ, Bang & Olufsen Portable Speaker or Wimbledon Weekend Bagย to 4 lucky winners. Hurry, today's your last chance to enter:ย https://doesvirtual.com/sonatype

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Iga - Sonatype09:06:54

Hi @jean-sebastien.ntigur @grace.e.hoang @bjorndw @frederik.vanherterijc visit Sonatype virtual booth during the event and enter into our giveaway raffle โฌ†๏ธ

Iga - Sonatype11:06:52

@szabolcs.toth please visit Sonatype virtual booth during the event and speak to our team aboutย Nexus, DevOps and AppSec and how you can implement security early into your CI/CD pipeline, you can also enter into our giveaway raffle.

Russell13:06:55

iโ€™ve tried to download this, but donโ€™t get the mail.

Jenny Lynam09:06:32

๐Ÿ‘‹ Me @cdoyle and @jonpatterson are having a chat over in https://slack.zoom.us/j/92082029051?pwd=cnVpdEloWEg5ZDkrSmw0Mi9haGZXZz09ย (PW 057888). Just chatting about our recent launch of Slack Connect which allows you work with external partners in Slack. Stop by for a chin way ๐Ÿ™‚

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Thomas Williams10:06:03

Nap time!

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Slackbot10:06:30

Reminder: The breakout sessions are starting in 5 minutes. Get in front of your browser and start navigating your way to whichever session youโ€™re attending.

John Willis10:06:18

Some general humor for those of us that it's still early morning... https://github.com/kelseyhightower/nocode

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John Willis10:06:18

Some general humor for those of us that it's still early morning... https://github.com/kelseyhightower/nocode

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BMK-BNZ-ValueStreamArchitect10:06:14

@jwillis, today Cindy was talking about Platformless platform ๐Ÿ™‚

Dheeraj Nayal (DevOps Institute)10:06:12

@jwillis Hey John:wave: absolutely enjoyed your session at swampUP yesterday:star-struck:

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jeff.gallimore (CTIO - Excella, he/him)10:06:57

and that repo has 3136 issues!! and 417 pull requests! :rolling_on_the_floor_laughing:

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John Willis10:06:44

@lbmkrishna Need to go back and check that out.

John Willis10:06:00

@dheeraj Thanks buddy

Dheeraj Nayal (DevOps Institute)10:06:34

@jwillis Couldn't meet you personally this year but have been enjoying all your sessions online at different forums. Hoping to see you soon. Please take care and be well.

ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)10:06:55

Tell us more :face_with_monocle:- https://doesvirtual.com/pagerduty - Is your organisation always on? Weโ€™d love to hear from you!

David Zacharias (VP, Global IT HelpSystems he/him)10:06:45

@natasha.anderson "Leaders get what they deserve". Brilliant quote! ๐Ÿ‘

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David Zacharias (VP, Global IT HelpSystems he/him)10:06:45

@natasha.anderson "Leaders get what they deserve". Brilliant quote! ๐Ÿ‘

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Natasha Anderson10:06:16

Boy oh Boy is it a bitter pill!

BMK-BNZ-ValueStreamArchitect10:06:25

Well done @natasha.anderson - Excellent presentation.

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David Zacharias (VP, Global IT HelpSystems he/him)10:06:13

Yep, great talk Natasha. Thanks for sharing.

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Thomas DuBuisson10:06:10

https://zoom.us/j/98469207123 in 30 minutes! If you haven't tried the https://docs.google.com/document/d/1EoWKJidWr9013UDhvY0Yb2rveLBliUEgN6fK_jX6gTQ/, this is a great opportunity to follow along and enter our Nintendo Switch Raffle. Also if anyone wants to talk shop about code analysis and CI please join me in the hallways.

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Dheeraj Nayal (DevOps Institute)11:06:05

Hey, everyone:wave: What has been your most amazing DOES20 moment so far? For example, in @genek101 words, the "blown away" or "holy cow" moment of DOES20:star-struck: For me, just looking at the overall platform and experience this year at virtual DOES20, it was almost like a virtual reality experience taking me back to previous years DOES event but enjoying this time, with much new experience and fabulous content and amazing community. That's for me was my "Holy cow" moment.:unicorn_face: would you like to share yours ?

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Dheeraj Nayal (DevOps Institute)11:06:05

Hey, everyone:wave: What has been your most amazing DOES20 moment so far? For example, in @genek101 words, the "blown away" or "holy cow" moment of DOES20:star-struck: For me, just looking at the overall platform and experience this year at virtual DOES20, it was almost like a virtual reality experience taking me back to previous years DOES event but enjoying this time, with much new experience and fabulous content and amazing community. That's for me was my "Holy cow" moment.:unicorn_face: would you like to share yours ?

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Thomas DuBuisson11:06:44

"Wow, people really like karaoke!"

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Alex Broderick-Forster, IT Revolution, Event Staff11:06:44

I was personally blown away by the activity in all the ask-the-speaker channels. There was a lot of internal debate over the best way to deliver talks virtually, and I think having Q&A live on Slack with the speakers during their sessions ended up being really engaging.

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Jonathan Garzon11:06:09

Hi All, Join us in between talks at our stand to discuss on how much firms, in general, use a vast amount of Open Source Libraries to build apps but this pull in known security vulnerabilities and license obligations. Furthermore, we can open dialogue on how implementing Security in your DevOps pipeline can find, fix and remediate those security vulnerabilities - https://doesvirtual.com/sonatype

Nick Lomas11:06:48

If anyone is interested inย https://slack-redir.net/link?url=https%3A%2F%2Fabout.gitlab.com%2Fstages-devops-lifecycle%2Fvalue-stream-analytics%2Fย - Gitlab's technical experts will be running a live demo in 10 mins. Make sure to stop by the zoom booth to listen in and ask your questions. โ€ข 12:20 BST - GitLab Live Demo (https://slack-redir.net/link?url=https%3A%2F%2Fgitlab.zoom.us%2Fj%2F97666767484) GitLab https://about.gitlab.com/stages-devops-lifecycle/value-stream-analytics/ Value Stream Analytics is a feedback tool designed to help teams understand how long it takes them to complete their development process.

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https://zoom.us/j/98469207123 in five minutes! Grab your lunch, hop on the zoom link, and join Muse Engineers as we walk through the platform @nes @stephen @tommd

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ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)12:06:18

BFF Zone :star-struck:- https://doesvirtual.com/snyk - Interested in Snykโ€™s annual State of Open Source Security report? Click the https://info.snyk.io/sooss-report-2020 to secure your 2020 copy!

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Reminder: The breakout sessions are starting again in 5 minutes. Get in front of your browser and start navigating your way to whichever session youโ€™re attending.

Andrew Yorra12:06:44

Weโ€™ve been hearing about Continuous Assurance lately, but what is it, and why have Google and Facebook invested so heavily in it? Find out in the next breakout โ€œSecrets of Developer Productivity at the Tech Giants.โ€ https://sched.co/cIxW

Thomas Williams12:06:47

Ready for round 2 now that I have some coffee in me!ย 6:20am here. ๐Ÿ˜ซ

Kristine Setschin - GitLab12:06:24

๐ŸŽ™๏ธ You have one more chance to connect with our Product Team today. Join us for an AMA session with @kenny (Senior Director of Product Management) at 4pm BST today and find out about the latest developments of the single platform for all your DevOps needs. ๐ŸŽ Also use this opportunity to get your hands on some pretty great GitLab SWAG - best question wins! And we're talking ๐Ÿงฆ :tshirt: ๐ŸฆŠ stickers and much more (not enough Slack emojis ๐Ÿ™‚)! https://gitlab.zoom.us/j/97666767484 โ“ ADD YOUR QUESTIONS https://docs.google.com/document/d/1j0s7ecjvckjMP4fvQMrjlvh2dEr6S0lMEg0xEbxlzjE/edit#

Maik Himstedt12:06:28

I am sure it has been answered at some place: how to we get access to the slides and videos? Is it allowed to share them with team members?

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Maik Himstedt12:06:28

I am sure it has been answered at some place: how to we get access to the slides and videos? Is it allowed to share them with team members?

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Kristine Setschin - GitLab12:06:15

and also how long the videos will be available for? thank you :-)

Ann Perry - IT Revolution12:06:53

Hi @maik.himstedt Each registrant received an individual license for personal use when registering for the conference. We're trying to figure out ways that we can work it out so that extended members of the community can share in our learnings. Please stay tuned.

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Ann Perry - IT Revolution12:06:18

@ksetschin The videos will be available for an extended period - hang on to that Vimeo link!

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Kim Rooijakkers12:06:48

Last year Compuware's CEO and CFO talked at #DOES19 about transformational change, saving $5 million. Organisational change is a chance to learn and continually improve. โ€œEmployee engagement means cash flow takes care of itselfโ€. What do you think? #does20 https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&amp;v=xvPKkU_k5YM&amp;feature=emb_logo

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ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)13:06:52

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ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)13:06:14

๐Ÿ†ย Donโ€™t forget to enter our Passport Game to win some great prizes!ย โœˆ๏ธย Visit each participating sponsorโ€™s booth and enter your email address for a chance to win their prize https://doesvirtual.com/gitlabย |ย https://doesvirtual.com/snykย |ย https://doesvirtual.com/launchdarklyย |ย https://doesvirtual.com/datadogย |ย https://doesvirtual.com/githubย |ย https://doesvirtual.com/slackย |ย https://doesvirtual.com/tasktopย |ย https://doesvirtual.com/sonatype https://doesvirtual.com/redgateย |ย https://doesvirtual.com/compuwareย |ย https://doesvirtual.com/aquasecurityย |ย https://doesvirtual.com/rundeck Last chance to enter is at 17:30 BST when closing remarks begin

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Traci Myers at Rundeck13:06:43

Would you rather: 1. Have a 56K dial-up modem 2. Have pop-up ads on every page

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Would you rather: 1. Have a 56K dial-up modem 2. Have pop-up ads on every page

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am i allowed to use my pop-up blocker?

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Stephen Magill [Sonatype]13:06:02

I love attending these summits so much โ€” itโ€™s been great to (re-)connect with everyone here! If you missed my talk today, or prefer reading to watching, thereโ€™s more on the topic in this https://medium.com/@musedev/continuous-assurance-bringing-static-analysis-into-modern-devops-b28c48be5a4c. And if youโ€™re interested in talking more, please https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-magill-2070a096/ or DM. Iโ€™m especially interested in what automated security and compliance practices are working at your org and what gaps you see.

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Stijn Liesenborghs - Engineering Mgr - Nike14:06:26

Hi all, As the TechOps Engineering Infra team (or platform team) at Nike European Logistics center we are a team of 10 people supporting several development and non-development team with our compute and lots of other platforms (Developer productivity, support efficiency, ...). As you can image we have a quite big scope and lots of customers. We are setup into engineering taking up Technical Platform Ownership of 1 or more platforms but we all contribute on the combined requirements. This gives great empowerment on roadmapping their own platform but on the other end in delivering it still feels as a feature factory. I would like to have a talk with anybody with advise on organising platform/infra teams. Link closed: https://nike.zoom.us/j/93994530738?pwd=VGRvRVdsYU5XS1poOHp3Y2pQWjNrQT09 Thanks in advance Stijn

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Stijn Liesenborghs - Engineering Mgr - Nike14:06:26

Hi all, As the TechOps Engineering Infra team (or platform team) at Nike European Logistics center we are a team of 10 people supporting several development and non-development team with our compute and lots of other platforms (Developer productivity, support efficiency, ...). As you can image we have a quite big scope and lots of customers. We are setup into engineering taking up Technical Platform Ownership of 1 or more platforms but we all contribute on the combined requirements. This gives great empowerment on roadmapping their own platform but on the other end in delivering it still feels as a feature factory. I would like to have a talk with anybody with advise on organising platform/infra teams. Link closed: https://nike.zoom.us/j/93994530738?pwd=VGRvRVdsYU5XS1poOHp3Y2pQWjNrQT09 Thanks in advance Stijn

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)14:06:39

That sounds like a busy work schedule to keep up with all of that.

ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)14:06:50

Tell Us More :face_with_monocle:- https://doesvirtual.com/sonatype - Are organisations feeling an increased duty to understand and publish the third-party OSS licensing obligations within their shipped software?

Andrew Yorra14:06:49

Ready to see how Continuous Assurance can improve your code quality and security? Join our Muse live demo at 16:00 (less than an hour) https://zoom.us/j/98469207123

Alex Henly14:06:57

What challenges have people found when it comes to applying DevOps approaches to the database?

Alex Henly14:06:57

What challenges have people found when it comes to applying DevOps approaches to the database?

jeff.gallimore (CTIO - Excella, he/him)14:06:56

@alex.henly you might want to check out the birds of a feather conversation in #bof-working-with-data.

Simon Rohrer, [Sooner Safer Happier contributor] Saxo Bank, Head of EA and DevEx14:06:49

@alex.henly super happy to chat over there about it ๐Ÿ™‚

Alex Henly14:06:24

Great, I have just joined the chat ๐Ÿ™‚

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Matthias Zieger14:06:43

@alex.henly what I see mostly is that DB team is still a separated function, this applies for db dev and db ops overall โ€ฆ Reason; Most architectures at large enterprise did not really broke up their central RDBMS Systems into smaller chunks , there are some exceptions of course where we used frameworks like flyway and liquibase do integrate in a end-to-end pipeline โ€ฆ

Alex Henly15:06:42

@mzieger is this something you are seeing currently or have you implemented something like Flyway?

Simon Rohrer, [Sooner Safer Happier contributor] Saxo Bank, Head of EA and DevEx15:06:53

@alex.henly weโ€™re seeing this. Flyway is good for new databases and tiny old ones. For bigger old ones, you really need something like Redgate which will deal with much more complex situations.

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Marcus Davage15:06:13

I could go on for days on this topic! I was a DBA for 20 years, involved in automating many database processes and procedures. When DevOps and Agile reared their heads, the monolithic (paleolithic) DBAs fled back into their caves in fear. Now I'm actually developing CI/CD software for databases, much of my work is addressing the fears of the DBAs and the frustrations of the developers.

Simon Rohrer, [Sooner Safer Happier contributor] Saxo Bank, Head of EA and DevEx15:06:40

Please do go on some more @spufidoo! More on this is so needed. Have you seen Dan Northโ€™s slides? https://speakerdeck.com/tastapod/arent-we-forgetting-someone

Matthias Zieger15:06:18

@alex.henly Do not know if i got your question correctly, I have majority of customers still not including DB activities in DevOps activities, but others are quite successfull , e.g. we have a large Bank in Germany as a customer , they use Flyway Enterprise (now owned by Redgate) to even Deploy Mainframe DB2 stuff in a CI/CD toolchain

Marcus Davage15:06:19

Wow! Those are great slides! I presented at IDUG (Internation Db2 User Group) in Malta two years ago on database change automation, and will be presenting in November at the GSE (Guide Share Europe) virtual conference on this very matter.

Matthias Zieger15:06:50

We also did a Webinar with Datical and Delphix on the same topic โ€ฆ.

Marcus Davage15:06:42

Now, as a developer for a software vendor, my "baby" is the safe automation of Db2 changes in a CI/CD pipeline. (Followed by the automatic enforcement of database standards and performance rules.)

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Marcus Davage15:06:49

We've developed our solution to support Jenkins initially, and are now working on UCD, followed by XL Deploy.

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Marcus Davage15:06:26

If you can provide a mechanism to ensure that incremental changes to the database are recoverable, and non-intrusive (easily rolloutable and backoutable), and that naming standards, physical data base model standards, and SQL performance standards can by enforced automatically, then you can shift left, let the devs self-serve, and the DBAs approve/deny the changes and manage the rulesets.

Marcus Davage15:06:44

(Note: we have)

Matthias Zieger15:06:18

@spufidoo If you need anything for XLD, happy to help โ€ฆ

Marcus Davage15:06:41

Thanks Matthias. Will connect on LinkedIn now...

Simon Rohrer, [Sooner Safer Happier contributor] Saxo Bank, Head of EA and DevEx15:06:28

If you can do anything that will support Azure DevOps + SQL Server Iโ€™d be super interested in hearing more!

Matthias Zieger15:06:18

@rohrersm there was a tool doing that, forgot the name โ€ฆ let my try to remember

Simon Rohrer, [Sooner Safer Happier contributor] Saxo Bank, Head of EA and DevEx15:06:16

Weโ€™ve looked at DACPAC & Entity Framework from Microsoft, Flyway, Liquibase and Redgate. If you know of another in that space Iโ€™d be super interested!

Matthias Zieger16:06:27

I think back in the days when I was at MSFT we suggested always the redgate products for TFS to customers at that time โ€ฆ

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Monojit14:06:12

The library will be available even after the summit is end-right?

Monojit14:06:12

The library will be available even after the summit is end-right?

jeff.gallimore (CTIO - Excella, he/him)14:06:57

Yes! Weโ€™ll have the library accessible to attendees through September (at the earliest).

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ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)14:06:13

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Laurel Heenan (Tasktop)14:06:45

^^ and donโ€™t forget to claim your FREE copy of Tasktop CEO, Dr. Mik Kerstenโ€™s best-selling book, Project To Product at the https://doesvirtual.com/tasktop too!

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Nes Cohen14:06:01

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Andrew Salt15:06:02

Interested to hear anyone operating a scrum model for devops (i.e. dealing with reactive work) rather than Kanban

Andrew Salt15:06:02

Interested to hear anyone operating a scrum model for devops (i.e. dealing with reactive work) rather than Kanban

John Feeney15:06:25

hey Andrew, happy to chat to you about how GitLab can help with your Scrum efforts

Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)15:06:05

Over at DZone for anyone interested we will be doing some podcast recording tomorrow and next week. The more the merrier, so if interested send me a Slack DM. We stick to real-world chat and stories and leave all the marketing nonsense out of the mix. Example of one we did last week with @alireza.chegini, @jtf and @james839: https://youtu.be/DxbykBMGHrs On this final day, I have to say once again Gene and the team have outdone themselves with another high-quality conference of speakers and attendees. It was a solid first virtual event with lots to do and great ways to network and learn or go deeper with partners and sponsors. So on this final day bravo to them and team @patrick.debois256 for the fantastic virtual event platform (my favorite part the sessions flowed right into the same channels without the need like most platforms to endlessly try and virtually click around to find where the next one is). And glad the library is available until early September as there is so much I'm looking to rewatch. Perhaps in a few years it will be more like the Oasis in Ready Player One. We all put on our virtual headsets to enter. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)15:06:05

Over at DZone for anyone interested we will be doing some podcast recording tomorrow and next week. The more the merrier, so if interested send me a Slack DM. We stick to real-world chat and stories and leave all the marketing nonsense out of the mix. Example of one we did last week with @alireza.chegini, @jtf and @james839: https://youtu.be/DxbykBMGHrs On this final day, I have to say once again Gene and the team have outdone themselves with another high-quality conference of speakers and attendees. It was a solid first virtual event with lots to do and great ways to network and learn or go deeper with partners and sponsors. So on this final day bravo to them and team @patrick.debois256 for the fantastic virtual event platform (my favorite part the sessions flowed right into the same channels without the need like most platforms to endlessly try and virtually click around to find where the next one is). And glad the library is available until early September as there is so much I'm looking to rewatch. Perhaps in a few years it will be more like the Oasis in Ready Player One. We all put on our virtual headsets to enter. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations15:06:37

Iโ€™d encourage people to join, it was great to chat!

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Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations15:06:34

Iโ€™ve accumulated a lot of reading of all kinds this year. I was just looking at all the files I have currently open. @steve773 is the biggest contributor of these files, and then there are all the bookmarked urls, videos, and books! ๐Ÿ“š โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F0162UBRLF6/1917_trench_warfare_innovation_speed_and_disruption_v3-ps.pdf โ€ข Technical Leadership Masterclass โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F015VANEWSH/creating_an_organizational_technology_development_unit_v3.pdf โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UD941PV6V/F015LJLRFBR/guckenheimer_-_devops_during_covid_breakout.pdf โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/U015V2KV7U4/F0161L5EYLA/image.png โ€ข The Structure of Scientific Revolutions โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F015J8X1P0X/mapping_a_complex_process.pdf โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F015YV8PKGT/right_way_to_organize_july_5_2018_s_spear.pdf โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F015YV8PKGT/right_way_to_organize_july_5_2018_s_spear.pdf โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F015GLUHLH5/system_structure-spear-605039.pdf โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F0162TMPR60/the_high_velocity_edge_chapters_1_9_and_10__intro_leaders_crisis_.pdf I canโ€™t be the only oneโ€ฆ

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Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations15:06:34

Iโ€™ve accumulated a lot of reading of all kinds this year. I was just looking at all the files I have currently open. @steve773 is the biggest contributor of these files, and then there are all the bookmarked urls, videos, and books! ๐Ÿ“š โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F0162UBRLF6/1917_trench_warfare_innovation_speed_and_disruption_v3-ps.pdf โ€ข Technical Leadership Masterclass โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F015VANEWSH/creating_an_organizational_technology_development_unit_v3.pdf โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UD941PV6V/F015LJLRFBR/guckenheimer_-_devops_during_covid_breakout.pdf โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/U015V2KV7U4/F0161L5EYLA/image.png โ€ข The Structure of Scientific Revolutions โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F015J8X1P0X/mapping_a_complex_process.pdf โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F015YV8PKGT/right_way_to_organize_july_5_2018_s_spear.pdf โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F015YV8PKGT/right_way_to_organize_july_5_2018_s_spear.pdf โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F015GLUHLH5/system_structure-spear-605039.pdf โ€ข https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/files/UKC011E8Y/F0162TMPR60/the_high_velocity_edge_chapters_1_9_and_10__intro_leaders_crisis_.pdf I canโ€™t be the only oneโ€ฆ

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Daniel Cahill - Engineer - Ontario Systems15:06:49

Started yesterday afternoon, I have 45 links. A seperate list of books to read, not counting ones I own, has 20 books listed on it.

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Scott Prugh (CTO - CSG) DOES Prog Committee15:06:45

Can you post your links to above also? And yes @steve773 has some great stuff!!

Tom Coudyzer15:06:34

Continuous delivery ;-)

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Steve Spear15:06:03

@scott.palmer @jtf Thanks for the call outs. I can fedex you reading specs if thatโ€™ll help. Cheers. Steve

Marc Boudreau (Enterprise Architect)15:06:18

My Instapaper lust is huge!

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Ferrix Hovi - Head of DevOps - Siili15:06:26

I am far from organized like that and that is why I have 50 new browser tabs open with something to return to.

Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations15:06:56

me likes โ€œInstapaper lustโ€ ๐Ÿ˜†

Blake (Community at DZone; Gene Kim Fan Club Member 2,000,005)15:06:23

Good selection to add to our collections. Are you getting "Working in Public: The Making and Maintenance of Open Source Software" by Nadia Eghbal?

Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations15:06:20

I hadnโ€™t heard of it! โ€ฆbut Iโ€™ve been involved in open source for a fairly long time and Iโ€™m a huge fan of โ€œworking in publicโ€.

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Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations16:06:28

Decided to review my saved urls too. This category is dominated my @jonathansmart1 (looking forward to the Sooner Safer Happier book!): โ€ข https://thefutureorganization.com/leadership-is-language/ โ€ข https://hackernoon.com/beyond-outcomes-over-outputs-6b2677044214 โ€ข https://medium.com/sooner-safer-happier โ€ข https://medium.com/sooner-safer-happier โ€ข https://itrevolution.com/sooner-safer-happier/ โ€ข https://itrevolution.com/sooner-safer-happier/ โ€ข https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKrhdyjGoM8 โ€ข https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZP98stDUf0 โ€ข https://www.adaptivecapacitylabs.com/blog/2019/11/20/markers-of-progress-incident-analysis/ โ€ข https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/233406.Dialogue โ€ข https://topaasia.com/en/ โ€ข https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJyNoJCAuzA&amp;feature=youtu.be โ€ข https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22529127-team-of-teams โ€ข https://dougkirkpatrick.com/book/ โ€ข http://blog.jabebloom.com/2020/03/04/the-three-economies-an-introduction/ โ€ข https://actionableagile.com/publications โ€ข https://medium.com/sooner-safer-happier/want-to-do-an-agile-transformation-dont-focus-on-flow-quality-happiness-safety-and-value-11e01ee8f8f3 โ€ข https://mintzberg.org/books/managers-not-mbas โ€ข https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/60509.Technological_Revolutions_and_Financial_Capital โ€ข https://apenwarr.ca/log/20171213

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Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations16:06:28

idea for a Slackbot: collect all the urls shared during the conference into a single document. first enhancement request: allow upvoting

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Thomas Williams16:06:14

Thank you Jeffrey!

Arne Rossmann16:06:17

@alex new challenge ? ๐Ÿ˜‰

Arne Rossmann16:06:30

@jtf thanks a lot for the links! Thatโ€™s really a great llist. unless we have the slackbot, Iโ€™ve added them to a google docs sheet. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FsWkeoweWDPYjDDbukCnH4Hj3LLRV3RobIUKa2qWdwk/edit?usp=sharing

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Alex Broderick-Forster, IT Revolution, Event Staff16:06:28

@arne.rossmann great idea. actually might have it halfway started..

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Arne Rossmann17:06:35

I forgot to change the rights to โ€œeditโ€ in the google docs. Now everyone can edit

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Steve Spear19:10:02

As a bit of heads upโ€ฆwe have an article coming out in Sloan Management Review by the end of the month. I think October 22, next Thursday.

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Steve Spear15:10:03

Hereโ€™s more for the reading list:

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Matt Cobby (NAB)18:10:27

Awesome, thanks @dacahill7

Ferrix Hovi - Head of DevOps - Siili15:06:30

Wait. So you mean the learning will not end with the conference?

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Slackbot15:06:29

Reminder: <!here> The final plenary sessions are starting in 5 minutes. Start making your way back to your browser.

Colin Claverie15:06:21

iโ€™m making my way to the coffee machine first

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Colin Claverie15:06:21

iโ€™m making my way to the coffee machine first

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ItsAsh (ITREV Event Staff)15:06:05

Tell Us More :face_with_monocle:- https://doesvirtual.com/rundeck - Groupthink! How do you handle user/dept requests for firewall rules?

Jennifer Velasquez15:06:01

@jeff.gallimore will the slack channels stay active post closing today? Iโ€™m leveraging them in reviewing the sessions I missed. :thinking_face:

Jennifer Velasquez15:06:01

@jeff.gallimore will the slack channels stay active post closing today? Iโ€™m leveraging them in reviewing the sessions I missed. :thinking_face:

jeff.gallimore (CTIO - Excella, he/him)15:06:17

@jen absolutely! This Slack workspace will live on after the event. Itโ€™s not going away!

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Sarah McManus - Datadog15:06:04

๐Ÿ‘‹ย Check out the Datadog booth for a monitoring demoย :robot_face: sign up for a free trial and enter our 1 in 10 iPhone 11 Pro sweepstakes!ย https://doesvirtual.com/datadog

Anna Noak (she/her) - IT Revolution16:06:10

Last chance to claim your FREE ebooksโ€ฆ go to thttps://doesvirtual.com/snyk to grab Team Topologies, https://doesvirtual.com/tasktop to snag Project to Product, and https://doesvirtual.com/itrevolution to find the galleys for Sooner Safer Happier and The (Delicate) Art of Bureaucracy.

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Chris Leeworthy (he/him)16:06:07

please please please can we have downloadable versions of the books from here? Having to read from the website is a PITA

Chris Leeworthy (he/him)16:06:07

please please please can we have downloadable versions of the books from here? Having to read from the website is a PITA

Ann Perry - IT Revolution16:06:23

Hi Chris - completely understand your frustration. We are working on an app that will allow the books to be read on most e-readers and smartphones next month, when that goes live, you will get an email and link letting you know itโ€™s available.

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Malgorzata Ilczyk16:06:50

you can use Papertrell App, it's not perfect, but better than from the website ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Slackbot16:06:25

Reminder: The videos of all the plenary and breakout talks are all available now. View them at https://doesvirtual.com/library. The slides are available for download, too! Dropbox: http://itrevolution.com/DOES20-db GitHub: http://itrevolution.com/DOES20-git

Slackbot16:06:26

Reminder: Please submit your feedback for the talks you attended. Itโ€™s so valuable for us and the speakers. And after all, feedback is a gift and sharing is caring!

Stijn Liesenborghs - Engineering Mgr - Nike16:06:23

Any good insights/information related to GitOps? I really believe it is a key enabler of true global and remote companies with much less bureaucracy. Just need some more validation and information.

Marcus Davage16:06:33

Mutually exothermic?

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Richard Herrett16:06:13

Thank you ALL for a great summit - MUCH better than the other 2 virtual conferences I've attended this year by a country mile! This should keep me pushing DevOps for a few more months ๐Ÿ˜€ --- still.... missing the in person experience ๐Ÿ˜ข

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Richard Herrett16:06:13

Thank you ALL for a great summit - MUCH better than the other 2 virtual conferences I've attended this year by a country mile! This should keep me pushing DevOps for a few more months ๐Ÿ˜€ --- still.... missing the in person experience ๐Ÿ˜ข

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Margueritte Kim (CEO, IT Revolution, she/her)16:06:12

It was great being on the Happy Hour with you this week! Thank you for the kind words and for attending our first virtual DOES! Take care and hope to see you soon.

Huub van der Wouden16:06:40

This was an awesome conference! Thank you so much, my respect for the organization and speakers is enormous!

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Naren Yellavula16:06:01

Awesome first virtual Devops Enterprise Summit! Never felt like distant from fellow attendees.

Alistair Doran16:06:02

Thank you for some of the inspiring sessions of any conference I've attended. Big THANKS to all!!

Donald Holberg16:06:05

I'd love to meet people in person, but having this virtually allowed many more to attend that couldn't because of budgets. Love it. Keep it going.

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Donald Holberg16:06:05

I'd love to meet people in person, but having this virtually allowed many more to attend that couldn't because of budgets. Love it. Keep it going.

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Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)16:06:47

Totally agree! In person in nice, but I never could have swung the trip to London and such...

Donald Holberg16:06:37

Same. Everyone has ongoing budget issues so this really opens the doors for people and keeps the costs low.

Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)16:06:16

@genek101 - Want to help keep the community engaged and conversation going ๐Ÿ‘

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Tom Ayerst16:06:24

Great Conference! Great to see so much thought going into the experience

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Sujit Neb16:06:57

<!here> See you NEXT year in person - @DOES

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Tom Ayerst16:06:06

@genek101 - Would be honoured to help out going forward

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Jeannette Monroy16:06:18

๐ŸŽŠ๐ŸŽŠ๐ŸŽŠ

Amy Johnston16:06:25

This year was awesome, but definitely looking forward to being in person again in the future ๐Ÿ™‚

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Jessica Reif - CrossLead16:06:53

Huge thanks Gene and team! This was outstanding

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Jessica Reif - CrossLead16:06:53

Huge thanks Gene and team! This was outstanding

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Margueritte Kim (CEO, IT Revolution, she/her)16:06:17

You and Mr. Silverman were lovely work with. Thank you for adding so much to our conference!

inactive17:06:15

Yes, so true, @mvk842!!! Thank you @jessica.reif and @david627!!!

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Tom Ayerst16:06:55

@genek101 - could you use the conference slack community to trial new engagement approaches in between conferences?

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Tom Ayerst16:06:55

@genek101 - could you use the conference slack community to trial new engagement approaches in between conferences?

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Romnick Acabado16:06:56

Congratulations for a very successful DOES20! Great experience to be here! You ROCK! Thank you @genek101 and fantastic IT Revolution Team! Excited to receive the exclusive Unicorn SWAG pack. This is my first time to be in DOES20 but it is memorable for me. You were able to achieve and share your unique value proposition to all of us - The DevOps Enterprise learning experiences! Thanks for the inspiration that we get from different journeys.

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Stephen Magill [Sonatype]16:06:12

Thank you IT Rev for putting on such a great event! This community is so amazing.

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Tom Ayerst16:06:19

@genek101 - can you do a remote DOES every year?

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Kevin McBride16:06:33

My first Summit... hoping to be in London in person next yer. Great job, great great experience!

Andrew Yorra16:06:42

Awesome conference, especially in challenging times. Great work IT Rev!!!

Akis Sklavounakis16:06:43

Remote DOES has benefits. In person also. Need both!

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Ugur Yilmaz16:06:54

This was my first DOES and thank you everyone for the experience!! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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Pete Nuwayser - IBM16:06:55

My third summit in as many years and it was by far the best

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Michael Kalbermatter16:06:09

Thx a lot for this event! Iโ€™ll be back! ๐Ÿ˜„

Giulio Vian16:06:10

hope I convince some US colleagues to reach you in Vegas

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Gareth Septhon16:06:28

Loved it, thanks to all for the talks. So much info to take in ๐Ÿ™‚

Pete Nuwayser - IBM16:06:28

now all you west coasters GO GET SOME SLEEP, PLEASE

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Pete Nuwayser - IBM16:06:28

now all you west coasters GO GET SOME SLEEP, PLEASE

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Kurt A (Speaker) Blameless, SRE Architect16:06:59

Liverpool is still in the same timezone :-)

Rui Marques16:06:31

I hope next one to be in London. Thx a ton everyone. I've learned a lot.

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Harnam Chana16:06:25

Amazing summit. Canโ€™t wait for the next one which hopefully will be in person.

Chris Leeworthy (he/him)16:06:34

@genek101 It would be interesting to see some DevOps for small companies maybe. This has been a really good and useful experience. Well done to everyone involved.

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Stephen Magill [Sonatype]16:06:37

Also, I find the conversations between DOES events are often just as important as during. Iโ€™m atย <mailto:stephen@muse.dev|stephen@muse.dev> and @stephenmagill โ€” letโ€™s stay connected! and if you havenโ€™t already, try our https://does.muse.dev โ€” Iโ€™m eager to get the communityโ€™s feedback!!

Stephen Magill [Sonatype]16:06:56

I know Iโ€™ll be going through slack for several days catching up on what I missed too!

Thomas Williams16:06:08

Thank you, @genek101, IT Rev, speakers, and sponsors! This conference has been incredible. I am amazed how excellent it's been as a virtual conference. The platform @patrick.debois256 and Snyk put together is excellent. ย The collaboration, and discussion with the speakers has been super engaging. And the networking, community, and karaoke were hilarious and awesome. Thank you, all!

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Naren Yellavula16:06:11

To all the speakers, once again a big kudos for sharing your insights ๐Ÿ‘:skin-tone-3:๐Ÿ™:skin-tone-3:

Senthil Kumarathevan16:06:56

Thank you for a great 3 days. Thoroughly enjoyed. Well planned and executed. Congrats. ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘

Stephen Magill [Sonatype]16:06:58

+1 for Karaoke @tommy! Thanks to everyone who joined to make sure I wasnโ€™t the only one in there singing ๐Ÿ™‚

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Bruno Valente16:06:10

Thank you everyone for this very good experience at DOES

Bruno Valente16:06:10

Thank you everyone for this very good experience at DOES

Thomas DuBuisson16:06:16

DOES has energy, even virtually. I posted it before, but it makes me think of this:

Rahul Ghiya16:06:05

Thank you DevOps Enterprise Summit team! That was an incredible experience last three days with lots to take away and put in practice. Real work starts now ๐Ÿ™‚

Pete Nuwayser - IBM16:06:20

Oh wow, just realized there are 3,015 people in this channel - anyone know what this summit's attendance was (assuming some of the 3,015 subscribed from earlier summits)?

Pete Nuwayser - IBM16:06:20

Oh wow, just realized there are 3,015 people in this channel - anyone know what this summit's attendance was (assuming some of the 3,015 subscribed from earlier summits)?

Martin Huter16:06:10

I'd guess around 450-500 since there are 434 people in the keynote channel.

Margueritte Kim (CEO, IT Revolution, she/her)16:06:12

Havenโ€™t checked reg in a few days, but before Day 1 we were at 1502.

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Pete Nuwayser - IBM16:06:29

!!! So 50%-ish more than London 2019 IIRC

Pete Nuwayser - IBM16:06:35

and on par with Vegas 2018

Stephen Magill [Sonatype]16:06:40

wow, thatโ€™s incredible! Huge kudos to you guys @mvk842 for making it just as compelling as the in-person event.

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Pete Nuwayser - IBM16:06:43

@mvk842 what a fantastic way to grow the community. so much to think about

Thomas DuBuisson16:06:17

New channels, such has happy hour, got over 1000 people. It seems the attendance was good even on slack.

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Craig Cook - IBM17:06:17

1000 for happy hour, 400+ for keynotes... oh, I see where the priorities are.

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Rob Falla16:06:23

Thanks everyone. Hoping to see you in person next year. Would be good to see a discussion on leadership challenges and approaches to overcome next year

Austen Constable, Head of DevOps and Environments at Credit Suisse16:06:54

Thank you! Another year and another fantastic DevOps learning event from ITRev and team.

Marco CAMPANELLA16:06:52

@genek101 thank you so much for this opportunity for sharing experience and giving suggestion for directions that all of us must find his path by himself. I have really very appreciated the possibility to attend on mobility seamlessly from my desktop computer to my ipad to my phone listening in my car. Well done. Thank you to all of you for your endless effort in โ€œinfectingโ€ people that we can achieve very different and impossible to believe result with a more human approach, with mutual respect and the right to fail to LEARN. Kind regards from Switzerland

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Pierre Donyegro16:06:08

Thank you Everyone

Mark Johnson16:06:10

It was my first time at the conference and it's been a great experience, thanks @genek101 and all the speakers and people involved in making this event happen. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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Kristine Setschin - GitLab16:06:54

Amazing conference. Just wanted to give a HUGE shoutout to the teams behind the scenes who made this incredible event possible, smooth-running, engaging and fun! You all deserve a round of applause! cc @mollyc @ashleyb @genek

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Kristine Setschin - GitLab16:06:54

Amazing conference. Just wanted to give a HUGE shoutout to the teams behind the scenes who made this incredible event possible, smooth-running, engaging and fun! You all deserve a round of applause! cc @mollyc @ashleyb @genek

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Molly Coyne (Sponsorship Director, ITREV, she/her)17:06:28

Thank you so much! Thankful for wonderful sponsors who make this job fun! ๐Ÿงก

Nick Good16:06:35

BIG THANK YOU - Great event, great speakers, great organisation!

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Arne Rossmann17:06:56

@genek101and the rest of the Team: Thanks for this great event. It was my first DOES and the first virtual conference. It was a really really great experience. On day one I started a short https://devopsenterprise.slack.com/archives/C015FGB49UK/p1592827134039000 to show the variety of participants. Itโ€™s not the complete picture, but at least give a glimpse impression:

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Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations17:06:11

@genek101: feedback as an attendee: โ€ข Great experience! โ€ข I enjoyed the interactions on Slack both with the speakers and the other audience members. I would want a Slack channel for future live events, not just virtual ones. โ€ข A Slackbot to collect the links being posted during a talk and compiling it into a list would be a great enhancement. (bonus points: use NLP entity recognition to spot book titles and autogenerate the link) โ€ข I enjoyed the small group (Zoom) discussions for Q&A, BoF, and LeanCoffee. For BoF I think it would have been good if they were in a single Zoom meeting but using breakout rooms (+ everyone as co-hosts) to make it easier to change between sessions in a law of mobility kind of way. โ€ข The etiquette of small group discussions in a Q&A format are uncertain. If possible I think it would be effective to have a facilitator/host to help them flow well. (Iโ€™ve had this same thought from other events, not just DOES).

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Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations17:06:11

@genek101: feedback as an attendee: โ€ข Great experience! โ€ข I enjoyed the interactions on Slack both with the speakers and the other audience members. I would want a Slack channel for future live events, not just virtual ones. โ€ข A Slackbot to collect the links being posted during a talk and compiling it into a list would be a great enhancement. (bonus points: use NLP entity recognition to spot book titles and autogenerate the link) โ€ข I enjoyed the small group (Zoom) discussions for Q&A, BoF, and LeanCoffee. For BoF I think it would have been good if they were in a single Zoom meeting but using breakout rooms (+ everyone as co-hosts) to make it easier to change between sessions in a law of mobility kind of way. โ€ข The etiquette of small group discussions in a Q&A format are uncertain. If possible I think it would be effective to have a facilitator/host to help them flow well. (Iโ€™ve had this same thought from other events, not just DOES).

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Andy Sturrock17:06:40

Agree on the realtime Slack chats during the talks. For me that's almost a reason to keep it virtual.

Matt Wheeler17:06:43

I was going to write pretty much the exact same feedback.

Arne Rossmann17:06:41

yep, same here. And to be honest: this experience has proved that this format is definitively a good option to run such conferences

Matt Wheeler17:06:50

I think on balance I prefer the virtual experience because of the ability to interact around the talks and after. The ability for everyone to jump into side bar conversations is a huge benefit of remote to.

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Simon Rohrer, [Sooner Safer Happier contributor] Saxo Bank, Head of EA and DevEx17:06:04

We could do that on a physical conference - itโ€™d just mean even more of people staring at their phones

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Patrick Debois18:06:19

We could have speakers prerecord and then do a live commentary while we are all watching the video :)

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Russell18:06:35

maybe in future conferences could always have virtual option, defo opens it up to more people and the Slack did make you feel like you were at a conference. Itโ€™s been exciting to come back to Slack and see whatโ€™s going on.

Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)19:06:37

Ideally a separate channel per talk, at least after the session airs... of couse, it was also really nice to be able to sit on one channel in Slack (and the Track1 feed) as the sessions auto-played forward.... so... it would be even better if the session chat could start (or be replicated) from the central channel to a talk-specific channel after it was over...

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Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)19:06:14

I love the always a virtual option idea from above. the problem is that you need some way to conjoin the physical and virtual ... maybe drones doing speech-to-text with live camera and audio feeds... kind of an Augmented Reality experience...

Vlad Ukis20:06:01

A 5-10min space between the talks would have been great to have Slack conversations flowing and not overflowing the beginning of the next talk

Jeffrey Fredrick, Author-Agile Conversations09:06:37

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Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)21:06:36

I wanted to echo the suggestion to space out the talks so we can have conversation flow afterwards. Testing will tell how long makes sense, but maybe 1/2 the allotted speaker time?

Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)21:06:37

Also, during the talk, we should have a way to pull a virtual Andon Cord and stop the talk while we swarm around a discussion point, then continue on...

Alex Broderick-Forster, IT Revolution, Event Staff17:06:47

<!here> We hope that you had a wonderful three days at DevOps Enterprise Summit London-Virtual and extend our deepest gratitude to all of our incredible speakers, sponsors and attendees. We had over 1,500 members of the DevOps Enterprise Community gathered virtually to share learnings, experience reports, tools and techniques. Upon our pivot to a virtual format, your feedback is more valuable than ever and will ensure that we continue to offer you the most enriching and worthwhile experience possible. We build our events based on insights that we receive from our community and your feedback is very important to us. Please fill out our short survey so that we can continue to support the needs of the growing DevOps community: https://forms.gle/qJt7dt7dV5ubDVXz5 (posting here is also perfect!)

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Alex Broderick-Forster, IT Revolution, Event Staff17:06:47

<!here> We hope that you had a wonderful three days at DevOps Enterprise Summit London-Virtual and extend our deepest gratitude to all of our incredible speakers, sponsors and attendees. We had over 1,500 members of the DevOps Enterprise Community gathered virtually to share learnings, experience reports, tools and techniques. Upon our pivot to a virtual format, your feedback is more valuable than ever and will ensure that we continue to offer you the most enriching and worthwhile experience possible. We build our events based on insights that we receive from our community and your feedback is very important to us. Please fill out our short survey so that we can continue to support the needs of the growing DevOps community: https://forms.gle/qJt7dt7dV5ubDVXz5 (posting here is also perfect!)

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Arne Rossmann17:06:44

@alex I miss the 100!

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Sujit Neb10:06:15

Survey Done.๐Ÿ‘

Matt Wheeler17:06:29

It's a shame Mixer is about to be unrecognizable but this was a great use case to re-solve.

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