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Overcoming Organizational Resistance with PagerDuty’s George Miranda
DevOps

Overcoming Organizational Resistance with PagerDuty’s George Miranda

“I get to do non product-specific things for my company,” says George Miranda, who recently spoke at DevOps Days Detroit on handling disasters in devops. “That often boils down to creating a how-to for organizations.” We met with him backstage to talk more in depth about the work Miranda has put into outlining best practices for devops professionals–or anyone in business, really–who wants to learn more about how to manage operations. He recently launched several protocols PagerDuty is sharing with the public to this end.

Full Videos of DevOps Days Detroit 2019 Now Available
DevOps

Full Videos of DevOps Days Detroit 2019 Now Available

The full video coverage of DevOps Days Detroit 2019 is now available online. You can find the playlist here, to check out keynotes from a variety of speakers from across the U.S. who came to Detroit a couple of weeks ago to talk all things DevOps. Here’s a link to veteran Chris Short’s talk, DevOps Is Not War:

DevOps Days Detroit Day 2: Handling Disasters and Rollouts
DevOps, News, Tech Events

DevOps Days Detroit Day 2: Handling Disasters and Rollouts

It’s day 2 of DevOps Days Detroit at CCS overlooking the downtown skyline of Detroit from New Center, and once again the theme is trending toward a common challenge for devops teams: handling disasters and rollouts. Devops folks are no strangers to stress, and the speaker lineup this morning covered a number of recognizable topics to people on teams who have been faced with an onslaught of challenges.

DevOps Days Detroit Launches with Talks on DevOps In Action
DevOps, News, Tech Events

DevOps Days Detroit Launches with Talks on DevOps In Action

Day one of DevOps Days Detroit is in progress in downtown Detroit at the Alfred A. Taubman Center for Creative Studies, launching with talks by national and local speakers on subjects from data security to tech education for underprivileged youth in Michigan. Executive leader and coach Ryan Lockard kicked off with a talk on “The Enterprise SRE (eSRE) Approach, discussing how SRE helps turn fragile, error-prone enterprise computing into robust systems. “Even further,” Lockard’s talk summarized, “with Contino’s Enterprise Site Reliability Engineering (eSRE), you can tap into your organization’s ability to connect technology decisions to the customer experience or business decisions.”

Register for DevOps Detroit, Oct 23-24 at The College for Creative Studies
DevOps, Tech Events

Register for DevOps Detroit, Oct 23-24 at The College for Creative Studies

Are you going to DevOps Days Detroit? This year, DevOps Days Detroit features speakers from tech towns across the U.S. from Silicon Valley and Seattle to Philadelphia and Detroit. The conference runs October 23-24 at the Alfred Taubman College for Creative Studies in downtown Detroit. Cronicle is a media sponsor of DevOps Days Detroit 2019 and will be covering the event on site, but if you’re a devops person and can take the time, we highly suggest being there in person. We hear the talks are small enough to connect with the DevOps community and the food is bomb.

Apply To Speak at DevOps Days Detroit 2019
DevOps, Tech Events

Apply To Speak at DevOps Days Detroit 2019

Do you love DevOps? Yeah, well, some people do. DevOps Days Detroit has quickly taken off as a favorite small (for now) conference for DevOps folks in Ann Arbor-Detroit, and there’s time still both to register (conference runs Oct 23-24, 2019) and to apply to give a talk. Folks in back channels have been telling…

Leadership & Team Building with Orchestructure Founder Mario Loria
DevOps, Leadership

Leadership & Team Building with Orchestructure Founder Mario Loria

Mario Loria is still in his late twenties, but on his team at super hot Detroit-based startup StockX, the billion-dollar luxury goods stock exchange run by Josh Luber, he’s one of the older team members. Loria is the founder of Ann Arbor meetup Orchestructure (2017) for devops and related folks to geek out over latest tech and best practices, and his career started in Ann Arbor with a tech company that had a more traditional management style. He also founded his own company between these gigs, somewhere between helping organize DevOps Days Detroit and starting several other projects. Thus, he has some strongly held ideas about team structure and culture, and what he sees as a slow shift toward transparency in the workplace serving tech teams well–but kind of taking forever.

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