Come to our second SolarWinds TechSummit and meet with experts in various IT related areas. Listen to talks, network with another SW developers, chat about current technology trends and challenges in IT management SW and have some fun! The event takes place on Thursday December 8th from 5pm.
Besides all mentioned activities the participants will get nice presents and have a chance to enter the draw for high-tech prizes!
Characterizing and Contrasting Container Orchestrators – Lee Calcote (Sr. Director, Technology Strategy, SolarWinds)
Running a few containers? No problem. Running hundreds or thousands? Enter the container orchestrator. Let’s take a look at the characteristics of the four most popular container orchestrators and what makes them alike, yet unique.
Video from the talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y81hEEkXOsE
Mobile UI testing at scale – Martin Simecek (Technical Evangelist, Microsoft)
Mobile app testing is not an easy task, especially when talking about user interface. Xamarin Test Cloud provides developers with thousands of physical devices on which they can run their UI tests and evaluate results, comparing different screen sizes, operating system versions etc. This talk will show you how to use Xamarin Test Cloud and how Microsoft integrates it to its complete DevOps pipeline – from code, through compilation and testing to deployment.
Video from the talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igJsTc1w1xI
Hack the Night – Lukas Holcik (Sr. Developer, SolarWinds)
Team collaboration is important but sometimes hard to do. Especially when your team is distributed around the world. What if we give our engineers a platform to solve it? What could be created if you spend a night in the office? Lukas will present PeopShow – his team’s winning project from a recent company hackaton.
Video from the talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9GKP71TvfU
Innovation and the Evolution of Cyber Attacks – Steven Colquitt (Director of Software Engineering, SolarWinds)
While technology continues to evolve and improve our quality of life, there’s a culture of crime that evolves to take advantage of those innovations. In this session, Steve Colquitt will talk about the evolution of malware and common threats that target typical business networks and systems. He’ll examine some of the high-profile hacking incidents in recent years and talk about the new security challenges related to IoT, where more connected devices mean more attack vectors.
Video from the talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ml56L0MujHk&t=18s