OUR SPEAKERS

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I live in Norway, love coding, cats, coffee and good books. I follow Learning as a lifestyle mindset and love sharing my knowledge with the community by blogging, mentoring and volunteering. Currently I am working as a Software Architect and driving several exciting tech projects that support digitalization journey in public and private sector, minimizing bureaucracy and making citizens' life easier.
My biggest passion is tech and my goal is to help other techies to create software with sustainability, security and cloud native mindset.
My journey to tech hasn't been easy, therefore I'm strongly determined to inspire, motivate and guide more ladies to start their journey in tech by mentoring and knowledge sharing.

Kristina Devochko

Software Architect
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English, Norwegian, Russian, Ukrainian
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Oslo, Norway
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Can also give an online talk/webinar
Paid only. Contact speaker for pricing!

MY TALKS

Deploying microservices to AKS with Azure DevOps Environments and multi-staged Azure Pipelines

Software Engineering, DevOps

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There are a lot of different ways you can set up Continuous Deployment to AKS - many of these ways may mean introducing a new tool. Introducing a new tool will require competence development, increased maintenance, auditing and operating needs - not to mention that it will be a new external tool to add to your supply chain.
But what if you could utilize additional capabilities of the tool that you already have? That's where Azure DevOps Environments and multi-staged Azure Pipelines come into picture! If you're actively using Azure DevOps and have all of your source code stored there, it can be easier and more lightweight for you to utilize Azure DevOps Environments as a deployment tool.
In this session I will talk about what Azure DevOps Environments are and what can be the benefits of using it. I will also share recommendations on how to group Kubernetes resources in ADO Environments based on my experience.

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AKS Survival Pack: what to consider before going all-in with Azure Kubernetes Service

Software Engineering, DevOps

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Kubernetes has been a hot and popular technology for a while - everyone wants it, everyone needs it, everyone loves it. Now that cloud providers like Microsoft are offering a managed Kubernetes service it sounds like setting up a new cluster and start deploying applications to it should be Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy...just a few "Next-Next-Next" clicks in the portal, right? Right?!🙃

Well, reality is more brutal than that. Long before you start running your applications on AKS, especially in production, it's extremely important for you to be aware of what you will be responsible for in terms of operating, securing and maintaining AKS clusters - and how these changes will affect the rest of your organization. In this session I will share experiences from my own journey of migrating from VM-hosted applications to AKS and containers, what learnings I have taken out of it and what you should consider and plan for BEFORE you start your Azure Kubernetes Service journey.

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