This time we will have one of the more popular talk subjects: a real-world case study!
As always, you can expect interesting chats with other members of the community, beers and something to bite after the talks!
The event starts at 19:00 and the talk will start at 19:15 sharp, please be on time.
We will have our usual book raffle among those who arrive on time ;)
Talk: "How DevOps supported La Redoute reinvention" by Antoine Craske
In 2014, La Redoute has 4 years to reinvent itself to regain its profitability. Structural transformation was required to evolve all part of the business and IT, where DevOps revealed to be a major accelerator for us since then. We are now focused on scaling our teams supported by a distributed microservices architecture.
We intend to share our experience, practices, learnings during our transformation journey.
Antoine Craske is passionate about strategy, innovation, technology, organization and systems. Leading the IT Development Center in Portugal at La Redoute, with 100+ DevOps professionals. Tech Meetup organizer in Leiria, within TICE.Leiria workgroup. Active in open-source, co-founder of Cerberus Testing.
Open Spaces are great to have more participation from everyone and discuss real issues and challenges. Oh, and meet new people! It'll be worth it!
Here's what wikipedia has to say about this format:
Open Space's guiding principles
"Whoever comes are the right people"
"Whenever it starts is the right time"
"Wherever it is, is the right place"
"Whatever happens is the only thing that could have"
"When it's over, it's over"
Open Space's law of two feet
"If at any time during our time together you find yourself in any situation where you are neither learning nor contributing, use your two feet, go someplace else."
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