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Thursday, May 2 • 1:10pm - 2:20pm
Ignites and Sponsor Pitches Day 1

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  1. xMatters
  2. Rundeck
  3. Circle CI
  4. Rancher
  5. Riverbed
  1. Jeff Carapetyan - How to use the three seashells
  2. Deborah Hawkins - Trigger-happy in a good way with AWS Lambda
  3. Wendy Raschke - When Your Unhappy DevOps Customer is that Guy Down the Hall
  4. Karl Weinmeister - Deploy your ML Workloads on Kubernetes with Kubeflow
  5. Paul Czarkowski - DevOps is dead, Servers are dying, and I don't feel so great myself

  1. F5
  2. SignalFX
  3. Dell
  4. Google
  5. Gravitational
  6. Chaossearch

  1. Bjorn Edwin - Start Your Own DevOps Dojo in 8 Simple Steps
  2. Boyd Hemphill - The Seven Endpoint of Highly Effective S3 Buckets
  3. Tyler Rich - The Art of DevOps
  4. Jesse Butler - Serverless DevOps: The (Next) Final Frontier
  5. Christopher Stevens - Digital Pachyderms


Christopher Stevens

Christopher Stevens was born and raised in Connecticut where he developed a love for nature and disdain for the cold.  He originally attended Sacred Heart University as a political science and ancient history major, but soon switched to computer science after looking up the word... Read More →

Paul Czarkowski

Paul Czarkowski is a recovering Systems Administrator who has run infrastructure for longer than he cares to admit. After cutting his teeth in the ISP and Gaming industries Paul changed his focus to using (and contributing to) Open Source Software to improve the Operability of complex... Read More →

Jeff Carapetyan

Jeff Carapetyan is a practitioner of platform and systems automation. Sometimes this can come in the form of writing code, other times in enlightening people to new practices and ways. He resides in Austin, Texas and can be usually found out on a trail, in the garage, or perusing... Read More →

Deborah Hawkins

I've been developing event-driven architectures for the past several years, starting out in product development and now working on building out the platform and services for other developers to self-service in the cloud. That said, it's been nearly a year since I've ssh'ed anywhere... Read More →

Wendy Raschke

I'm a DevOps engineer at IBM and a soft touch for helping people. That's really the whole point of why I do this, but it can also cause me problems. On my list of favorites are my husband, daughter, and dance (not necessarily in that order).

Karl Weinmeister

Karl Weinmeister is a Cloud AI Advocacy Manager at Google, where he leads a team of data science experts who develop content and engage with communities worldwide. Previously, he was Director of Engineering at SparkCognition, an AI solutions company headquartered in Austin, TX.

Bjorn Edwin

Bjorn Edwin is a DevOps Consultant at Liatrio and he has been one of the leaders in accelerating software delivery for our Clients, focusing on uplifting executive, managers and teams and help them transform culture, process and tools to enable DevOps way of working. He leads all... Read More →

Boyd Hemphill

Boyd Hemphill is a DevOps raconteur and thought leader in the silicon hills of Austin Texas. Boyd founded Austin DevOps when he learned the thing he was doing had a name. Boyd organized the first ever Container Days in Austin Texas. In his professional life, Boyd has been a developer... Read More →

Tyler Rich

Just a creative problem solver who wants to make it easy for my coworkers to do the right things and hard to do the wrong ones. Seems like it translates to DevOps pretty well.

Jesse Butler

Jesse is a cloud native advocate with Oracle Cloud Native Labs. He started his career in software nearly 20 years ago, working up the stack from driver development into userspace and container development. He's been working with containers for several years, first in Solaris and later... Read More →

Thursday May 2, 2019 1:10pm - 2:20pm
Touchdown Club Center

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