<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://alb.reddit.com/snoo.gif?q=CAAHAAABAAoACQAAACi3UkU6AA==&amp;s=hMfJ_f7PVQOiL2csDznj0MZz_-_Sym2oeAYASWsHW4c=">

Martin Alfke

Martin_Alfke

Martin Alfke

example42

Martin is CEO at example42 GmbH, located in Berlin. He is a long-term Puppet specialist and trainer. Martin likes giving talks and sharing knowledge and experience covering IT automation and DevOps at several conferences.

Session: DevOps in a Containerized World 

DevOps describes the culture of communication and collaboration between IT Development and IT Operations departments. Usually this covers system setup, application deployment and all the surrounding tools like CI, metrics and alerting. A core element has always been IT automation using configuration management and CI/CD. But how do we do DevOps in a containerized world? Do we still need configuration management? Is there still collaboration possible? Or are containers the DevOps killer? In my talk I draw a picture on responsibilities, does and don’ts when it comes to developers and operations working within a container runtime platform. I want to show where we still have DevOps and where we pass responsibilities to a single department only and what kind of security borders we have at hand to work separately but with trust.