We’re evolving Puppet Camps to cover the ever-changing tech market and how we all fit into
Puppet Camps are one-day events for anyone who touches or thinks about infrastructure. They’ll help you keep up with this ever-changing space, learn new ways to use Puppet, and show you how others are transforming and adopting new technologies and practices. Plus, there will be plenty of opportunities for you to network with your peers who are working on similar challenges.
Puppet Camps are split into two sessions, and you’re welcome to attend either or both.
- Morning Session: This session is designed for IT managers and executives who are thinking about the future. We’ll discuss the trends we’re seeing in IT, and how Puppet fits in and can help your team. You can expect to walk away with a plan for what you can do next, as well as new connections with local IT leaders.
- Afternoon Session: This session is for people and teams that are using — or looking to use — Puppet. Plan to learn new and interesting ways you can use Puppet Enterprise and open source Puppet to make your life easier, adopt new technologies, and deliver better software faster — from Puppet community members who’ve been there.
Like all Puppet events, we keep Puppet Camps safe for everyone. Check out our Community Guidelines and Code of Conduct.
10h45 - 11h15: Morning Break
11h15 - 12h00: Navigating the Transformation: Iterating on Reality – Nigel Kersten, Puppet
12h00 - 13h00: Afternoon Session Registration & Lunch (both groups welcome!)
13h00 - 13h15: Welcome – Sanjay Mirchandani, Puppet
13h15 - 13h30: The Changing Role of Ops – Nigel Kersten, Puppet
13h30 - 14h00: Puppet Demo – Faz Sadeghi & John Boero, Puppet
14h00 - 14h45:
14h45 - 15h15: Afternoon Break
15h15 - 16h00: Bringing DevOps into the Enterprise – Martin Alfke, example42 GmbH
16h00 - 16h45: Liverpool Victoria’s Puppet 3 To Puppet 2016 Migration: Transforming Puppet Into a Business Enabler – Anthony Hardy, Liverpool Victoria
16h45 - 17h00: Close and QA – Nigel Kersten, Puppet
17h00 - 18h00: Networking Reception