Xmas with AppDynamics, DubJUG, ISDN & Devops!
Oh man! If you're going to a tech meetup in December, then make it this one!
Join AppDynamics' Pete Holditch, Irish Comedian Colm O'Regan and musician Greg Clifford for the final 2013 event of the Dublin Java User Group and the Irish Software Developers Network, which will see the launch of the Dublin DevOps User Group!
With a diverse mashup of comedy, tech and music, this event is more funtech than anything else seen this year, and promises to be a fabulous way to see out 2013 in the Irish software industry.
To inject you with some SQLhumour before Pete's technical presentation, we have acclaimed Irish Comedian Colm O'Regan who lately gained acclaim for his book The Book of Irish Mammies which sprang from the @IrishMammies twitter account. What is less known is Colm's humble beginnings as a software developer, a tale he says he'll be happy to share with you.
Pete's a technical expert for AppDynamics' customers and partners in the UK and Northern Europe. He has mastered the art of selection and implementation of APM (Application Performance Management) systems for distributed applications in production, training and acute performance analysis. Pete boasts over 20 years of experience with software vendors as a Software Engineer, Chief Architect, Presales Engineer and Technology Evangelist.
Call of Duty: DevOps
It's no longer enough to wage war in pre-production. That's where developers have fought their conflicts time and time again. But now they need to cross battle lines and head into Production. It's a new kind of battle, one torn apart with operational complexity, agile missions and server warfare. With access to virtual platforms, monitoring weaponry, and automation tools, developers must now fight to ensure the performance and availability of mission-critical business applications.
In Peter's session he'll look at
The production battleground of modern mission-critical apps
An overview of special weapons and agile tactics (SWAT) for DevOps
Real-life application fatalities and incidents
Lessons learned from Customers winning the Dev Ops war
Will you heed the call?
Finally, to round off the evening in fine style, Irish singer songwriter Greg Clifford will perform some covers and original tunes of his own.
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