He started more than one conference series and lost count on how many times he spoke at other events. He spends most of his time working on bridging the gap between developers and operations , while warning people not to make the mistakes he made. He builds infrastructures that can survive the 10th floor test, or a datacenter fire, while actively promoting the devops idea !
He hasn't blogged for a while but people still point out the title of his blog. Titled "Everything is a Freaking DNS Problem"
What if we were wrong about devops ?
What if we were wrong about collaboration across skill sets being a better approach ?
What if we were wrong about automation and monitoring ?
What if we were wrong about Agile being the better approach ?
What if CI and CD (the integration and Delivery/Deployment variants) don't matter at all ?
What if ... Don't you worry at night ? Why are we doing the things we do ?
Do you even remember why we do the things ? Or have you never been told ?
This Ignite will explore the idea that we were wrong about devops, that none of it matters.
What if 5 minutes aren't enough for this ? :)