Hi Ansible NZ Community,
Have a thing for automation?
Maybe you’re really into Ansible?
Perhaps you’re a little into both?
If you answered yes to any of these, or even if you didn’t but are open to new horizons, how about spending an hour with us to see/hear about what others are doing with Ansible and automation?
The Agenda is:
- 11.30 am visitor registration.
- 12.00 pm presentations begin.
- Introduction and presentation by Michael Calizo about the Ansible product roadmap.
- Presentation by Joseph Tejal about customer x automation journey.
- Presentation by BNZ about what they’re doing with Ansible.
- 12.45 pm networking.
- 1.00 pm close.
Capacity is limited, remember to RSVP early to confirm your seat. We look forward to seeing you there!
When and Where
Monday 1 July 2019
11:30am – 1pm
96 The Terrace
Ansible Meetup and What the BNZ is up to
Ansible New Zealand Meetup Group
DevOps Talks Conference (DOTC) brings together DevOps
leaders, engineers and architects who are implementing DevOps principles
and practices in Start Ups and in Leading Enterprise companies. They
run technical and cultural DevOps complex transformation for large and
In today’s competitive IT industry, companies have to enable themselves to deliver products and services to their customers faster than their competition, or risk losing market share. The rise in prominence of Agile delivery practices is helping companies collaborate and deliver more effectively. The maturity of DevOps practices is an essential ingredient to speed up time to production for each feature, idea and/or market test. DevOps is the engine of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment but it requires significant changes in culture and personal attitude.
When and Where
9am – 5pm Tuesday 26 March 2019
9am – 5pm Wednesday 27 March 2019
9am – 5pm Thursday 28 March 2019 – DevOps Leadership Workshop
Grand Millennium Auckland
71 Mayoral Drive
Corner Vincent St
3 Day Registration $825 ( Sale ends 26 Feb )
2 Day Registration $825 ( Sales end 21 March )
DevOps Talks Conference 2019 Website
The linux.conf.au Systems Administration Miniconference is held as part of the official Linux.conf.au conference. Linux.conf.au is Australasia’s largest Linux conference, and attracts developers and users of free and open source software from around the globe.
The Systems Administration Miniconf focuses on tips, tricks, tools, and best practices used to manage real-world Linux environments both large and small. Attendees of this Miniconf improve their ability to manage their Linux systems environment both now and in the future, and meet others with similar goals.
An important aim is to provide talks directly useful to professional Linux administrators.
Call for Presentations
There will be a one day mini conference on Linux Systems Administration held as part of linux.conf.au 2019. LCA2019 will be held in Christchurch, New Zealand on 21 – 25 January 2019.
The organisers of the Systems Administration Miniconf would like to invite proposals for presentations to be delivered at the Miniconf. Please forward this CFP to your colleagues, peers, social networks, and other relevant mailing lists. Please help by encouraging submissions from people you would like to hear present at this Miniconf.
This is our 13th Sysadmin Miniconf at Linux.conf.au. Previous presentations can be found at the website https://sysadmin.miniconf.org/.
When and Where
9am – 5pm
Monday 21 January 2019
University of Canterbury
Miniconf is Free for Conference attendees
Price for all 5 days of Linux.conf.au
Sysadmin Miniconf Call for presentations
Main Linux.conf.au conference site
Over the past 8 years, OpenStack has evolved from a small collaboration project between NASA and Rackspace into a massive, open source cloud orchestration system. It is now a common solution used by service providers, enterprises, government agencies and academic institutions to build and operate both public and private clouds. We will hear what value OpenStack provides and why it’s popularity took off like a rocket.
Our presenter is Alex Meade, a technical instructor and independent DevOps consultant. He was a core contributor for five years early in the OpenStack project. Alex’s recent work has been focused on DevOps, Docker containers, and the Google Cloud Platform. He currently does all of this while traveling and chasing the elusive work/life balance.
When and Where
5:30pm – 7:30pm
Monday June 18 2018
Level 2, Textile Centre
125 St George Bay Road
Page for the Event
DevOps Auckland Meetup Group