Agenda

Morning

Breakout Session 1

12:00 - A Step by Step Guide to Take your MySQL Instance to the Cloud (Keith Hollman, Principal Solution Engineer @ MySQL)


You have a MySQL instance? Great. You want to take it to a cloud? Nothing new. You want to do it fast, minimizing downtime / service outage? “I wish”, I hear you say. Pull up a chair. Let’s have a chinwag. Given the objective above, i.e. “I have a database server on premise and I want the data in the cloud to ‘serve’ my application”, in this session we will look at how this can be done minimizing your application downtime. We'll almost be "streaming" data to the cloud...




12:30 - Elastic Security - Unified Protection for Everyone (James Spiteri, Principal Product Marketing Manager @ Elastic)


Learn how the latest security capabilities in the Elastic Stack enable interactive exploration, incident management and automated analysis, as well as unsupervised machine learning to reduce false positives and spot anomalies — all at the speed and scale your security practitioners need to defend your organisation. Additionally, we'll be talking about the new protection and detection capabilities of the free Elastic Endpoint, now also part of Elastic Security, as well as EQL - the event query language, which brings new query and detection capabilities to Elastic Security.





Breakout Session 2

12:00 - Open Source Contribution Policies that Don't Suck (Tobie Langel, Founder & Principal @ UnlockOpen)


Open source contribution policies are long, boring, overlooked documents, that generally suck. They're designed to protect the company at all costs. But in the process, end up hurting engineering productivity, and morale. Sometimes they even unknowingly put corporate IP at risk. But that's not inevitable. It's possible to write open source contribution policies that make engineers' lives easier, boost morale and productivity, reduce attrition, and attract new talent. And it's possible to do so while reducing the company's IP risk, not increasing it. In this talk, we'll look at the general structure of contribution policies, examples in the wild, and tactics to make them suck less. We'll also look at how to turn these policies into self-service software, preventing the tedious email back and forth between engineering and legal in most cases and making open source contribution a breeze.




12:30 - Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes (Sérgio Seabra, Senior Solution Architect @ Red Hat)






Breakout Session 1

12:00 - A Step by Step Guide to Take your MySQL Instance to the Cloud (Keith Hollman, Principal Solution Engineer @ MySQL)


You have a MySQL instance? Great. You want to take it to a cloud? Nothing new. You want to do it fast, minimizing downtime / service outage? “I wish”, I hear you say. Pull up a chair. Let’s have a chinwag. Given the objective above, i.e. “I have a database server on premise and I want the data in the cloud to ‘serve’ my application”, in this session we will look at how this can be done minimizing your application downtime. We'll almost be "streaming" data to the cloud...




12:30 - Elastic Security - Unified Protection for Everyone (James Spiteri, Principal Product Marketing Manager @ Elastic)


Learn how the latest security capabilities in the Elastic Stack enable interactive exploration, incident management and automated analysis, as well as unsupervised machine learning to reduce false positives and spot anomalies — all at the speed and scale your security practitioners need to defend your organisation. Additionally, we'll be talking about the new protection and detection capabilities of the free Elastic Endpoint, now also part of Elastic Security, as well as EQL - the event query language, which brings new query and detection capabilities to Elastic Security.





Breakout Session 2

12:00 - Open Source Contribution Policies that Don't Suck (Tobie Langel, Founder & Principal @ UnlockOpen)


Open source contribution policies are long, boring, overlooked documents, that generally suck. They're designed to protect the company at all costs. But in the process, end up hurting engineering productivity, and morale. Sometimes they even unknowingly put corporate IP at risk. But that's not inevitable. It's possible to write open source contribution policies that make engineers' lives easier, boost morale and productivity, reduce attrition, and attract new talent. And it's possible to do so while reducing the company's IP risk, not increasing it. In this talk, we'll look at the general structure of contribution policies, examples in the wild, and tactics to make them suck less. We'll also look at how to turn these policies into self-service software, preventing the tedious email back and forth between engineering and legal in most cases and making open source contribution a breeze.




12:30 - Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes (Sérgio Seabra, Senior Solution Architect @ Red Hat)






Afternoon

Breakout Session 1

14:00 - Top 10 Considerations For Selecting Data Protection for Kubernetes Applications (Prashanto Kochovara, Product Manager @ Trilio)


Are you a DevOps Engineer, Site Reliability Engineer or IT Admin who needs backup and recovery, migration, DR or application mobility for Kubernetes or OpenShift-based applications? The extraordinary performance, scale and mobility challenges in these dynamic container environments demand a purpose-built platform that can support any public-, private- and/or multi-cloud deployment. This session covers the 10 essential things you need to know (and why) to choose the right data protection solution for your cloud-native environment.




14:30 - Azure RTOS (ThreadX + middleware) now available on GitHub! (Andrés Mlinar, Senior Software Engineer – Azure RTOS @ Microsoft)


Azure RTOS is the new brand name for the industry leading real-time ThreadX kernel and middleware. Formerly a closed source collection of embedded software, now the full source code of all Azure RTOS components – including ThreadX – is available on GitHub. This open accessibility along with free production license through various semiconductor partners, brings the long established benefits of Azure RTOS to a majority of embedded developers – helping them create better devices in less time.




15:00 - Speed, Security & Resiliency with Istio and Quarkus (Celso Santos, Solutions Architect @ Syone)


Speed, Security & Resiliency: Software’s Holy Trinity.

In this session, how you can accomplish all three objectives leveraging Kubernetes, Istio and Quarkus: Supersonic, Subatomic Java”




15:30 - Learn How EO.workspace Empowered Remote Work Initiatives in the Biggest Portuguese Organizations (Manuel Severiano, Territory Manager @ Enterprise Open Workspace)


EO.workspace delivers a single integrated workspace, bringing together multiple platforms and allowing remote access to apps and desktops from any device, anytime, anywhere. Learn How EO.workspace Empowered Remote Work Initiatives in the Biggest Portuguese Organizations.





Breakout Session 2

14:00 - AI in Azure - Azure Databricks (Inês Bagulho, Data Analyst @ Syone)


Machine Learning enables organizations to make more informed decisions and predictions at record speed in order to detect risks and opportunities. Cloud computing enables us to easily use a wide variety of data sources to improve precision and speed of these predictions. Azure Databricks is a powerful and easy-to-use cloud-based service in Azure for processing and transforming massive quantities of data and exploring the data through machine learning models. This virtual session will include an overview of Azure Databricks and how it seamlessly integrates with other Azure services, followed by a demonstration on how Azure Databricks removes all obstacles in terms of installation and administration and allows the creation of highly scalable and reliable pipelines for analytics.




14:30 - It’s Open Under the Cloud - Open Business models for 2020 (Amanda Brock, CEO @ OpenUK)


Open source is not a business model but how are business models applied to monetise open source, what is open core and how can open source flourish and continue to innovate in a platform economy...




15:00 - Low Code Real Time Analytics (Álex Campos, Solutions Engineer @ Cloudera)


IoT, Streaming, Big Data and Analytics are top priorities for many organizations that want to harness knowledge and insights from high volume of data. This session covers how to implement an event-driven architecture, developing a Predictive Maintenance use case, integrating open source tools like Kafka, NiFi, Flink and others, to deliver an end-to-end, secure and governed data-in-motion solution.




15:30 - Master GitHub's Codespaces: code right from the browser (Diego Assencio, Solutions Engineer @ GitHub)


Coding with minimal configuration and from any device is possible now! Codespaces, GitHub’s new cloud dev environment, is designed to make it easier for you to join a project or launch a developer environment. Learn how you can write, build, test, and debug your code all right from the browser. Tune in as we build an action in Codespaces.





Main Stage

16:00 - Open source and open knowledge - what I’ve learned in my first year at Wikipedia (Grant Ingersoll, CTO @ Wikimedia)


One year ago, I became CTO of the Wikimedia Foundation, the global nonprofit that runs Wikipedia and its sister projects. Over the past 19 years, Wikipedia has grown to become the largest collection of open knowledge in human history as well as as one of the top ten most visited websites in the world. And it’s been built, edit by edit, thanks to an active and engaged movement of volunteers from around the world that give their time to write an encyclopedia. Wikipedia is known for being radically open and transparent, from every edit ever made to every line of code that runs our projects. Yet our longevity is both a challenge and an opportunity. How do you modernize a working system, one that is edited on average 350 times a minute, all on a budget that pales in size to platforms of similar size ? In this talk, I’ll share the surprises and the lessons I’ve learned over the past 12 months behind the scenes at this grand experiment in open. I’ll also share what other open source projects big and small can learn from the example of Wikipedia.




16:25 - Goodbye to Operations Burnout (with Devops) (Gustavo Homem, Founder and CTO @ Solid Angle)


Sucess has lower entropy than chaos. Do you see too much randomness in our IT operations?




16:50 - The Era of Enterprise Data Cloud with Cloudera Data Platform (Álex Campos, Solutions Engineer @ Cloudera)


Hybrid and multi-cloud are the new normal for data and analytics. Cloudera Data Platform is a powerful solution to help companies to accelerate data adoption and bring value to their business, along with sophisticated and advanced security and governance policies that IT and data leaders demand.




17:15 - A Universal Approach for Building a Successful Automation Testing Solution (Young Ngo, Vice President of Product @ Katalon LLC)


An automation testing framework consists of many complicated parts. Designing the framework is one of the key stages for providing a sustainable automation testing solution, especially in the open-source world. Commercial tools may offer the framework for you already, but hardly any open-source tools do. You have the advantages of free choices with the open-source approach but if you cannot leverage them in a proper way, your testing solution won’t last long. It might become unmanageable or unmaintainable when you have hundreds of test scripts. You might end up rebuilding the whole stuff or need to adopt a commercial solution.

We’ll introduce an approach for building successful automation testing solutions based on any open-source tools. It is based on 10-years+ experience in this industry. Equipped with this, you can be confident that your solutions can last for 4 to 5 years with thousands of test scripts. You will know what pieces of automation testing you should care about, what you should prioritize to implement.

Share with the audience about our success story with Katalon Studio development — an automation framework by itself. We’ll show how Katalon Studio is implemented following the above mindset and how you can leverage any automation testing framework to be a successful automation tester.




17:40 - Open Source Hardware and the Circular Economy (John Laban, European Director @ Open Compute Project Foundation)


The new EU Green Deal is built on the 21st century embedded economy model which has at its core sits the 'open source technology collaborative commons' plus the Circular Economy and decarbonisation.

The EU Commission is driving extensive research as evidence for new EU policies in: Data Centre Circular Economy; Open Source Hardware and Open Source Software for publicly funded ICT; Decarbonisation addressing embodied CO2 through its EU border CO2 taxes; Circular Economy.

I shall weave together the above disruptions to show how open source technologies and collaboration is key to addressing issues of rapid climate action and how this results in 80% decarbonisation and 90% dematerialistion of Data Centres and the digital infrastructure.

The story will inform, educate and entertain and hopefully make you smile at least once.

There are no prerequisites other than an open mind and basic English.




18:30 - The Open Source Community Core (Jono Bacon, Community and Collaboration Strategy Consultant, Author, and Speaker)


In this session from Jono Bacon, an industry-leading community consultant and author, he will share some key lessons learned across his career about how to build simple and effective open source communities. This will be a practical, insightful session covering topics such as community growth and engagement, incentives, and more, all designed to fuel discussion throughout the rest of Open Source 101.




18:55 - The Open Collaboration Maturity Model (Russell Rutledge, Director of Community and Inner Source @ NIKE)


We believe that every person and organization is ready to incorporate more open source principles and activity into their regular work. This presentation discusses how to make that change happen, no matter what the current engagement or proficiency level of the people or team you're working with. To frame this discussion we'll present The Collaboration Maturity Model, a unified way of representing multi-participant collaboration both within and without a company. The model is easy to remember and shows how strictly open source activity relates to and is supported by other forms of collaboration in and out of your organization.

The Collaboration Maturity Model gives you a map of guideposts to follow on your organization's journey towards open source. You'll easily be able to find where you are, where you want to go, and the small, incremental checkpoints that you can hit on your way there. As you listen to and gain ideas from other sessions of the conference, you'll be able to mentally plot where those ideas apply in the maturity model and focus on those that lie squarely in your incremental path of growth towards open source culture.




19:20 - ESOP Award





19:30 - Closing (With Host Andy Hodgson)


It's a wrap!




18:05 - Embracing InnerSource for your adaptive Digital Transformation (Piergiorgio Lucidi, Chief Technology Evangelist @ TAI Solutions and Member @ Apache Software Foundation)


During this session you'll be able to discover how InnerSource will bring a disruptive cultural change for approaching Digital Transformation. Everything will be shared in a smart way to be faster on any change, the meritocracy approach will reward people involved and attract new talents. Finally prepare an action plan with your team for any improvement of your architecture adding new technology bricks when the business needs.





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