Date And Time
Wed, May 20, 2020
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM BST
Grab your coffee and join our virtual event: Get up to speed quickly with GitOps with AWS and GitLab.
About this Event
In an ever-changing IT landscape, being able to seamlessly deploy, extend, adjust and manage environments is essential in business. GitOps focuses on creating a developer-centric experience in managing infrastructure and environments, by using tools developers are already familiar with, including Git and Continuous Deployment tools.
Make plans now to join other DevOp leaders for this special GitOps event and learn how to improve and maximize your DevOps lifecycle.
Wednesday 20th May | 4pm BST | 11am EDT
Reserve your space now to discover:
- How to centralise your application and infrastructure management in GitLab
- How to get the most out of GitLab and AWS
- Q&A: Participate in the discussions including your own situation and questions
‘Leveraging GitOps to improve your operational efficiencies with AWS’
Presented by Pete Goldberg, Director of Partnerships, Gitlab
‘GitOps: Centralising AWS Management on GitLab’
Presented by Will Hall, DevOps Consultant, HeleCloud
Pete is the Director of Partnerships at GitLab. He brings over 20 years of experience in technology including cloud computing, DevOps, system and application performance management, and security. Prior to GitLab Pete spent 8 years with Amazon/AWS. He brings a unique perspective on the customer journey to the cloud from being part of the first major wave of cloud adoption at AWS; and the impact that DevOps plays in that journey.
Will is a DevOps Consultant at HeleCloud, GitLab Hero and Docker Community Leader. He has been architecting and delivering successful solutions with software since 2005, most recently using DevOps tools and processes with Terraform, Vault and Ansible. He has also been supporting HashiCorp Implementation Services to bring HashiCorp Enterprise tools to companies. He is interested in the evolution of DevOps, exploring the great opportunities to modernise existing applications and infrastructure to run them alongside new tools and services. These include containerisation, serverless and infrastructure as code.