Jonathan Hall, a software developer and DevOps advocate originally from the midwest United States, living in the Netherlands since 2015.
He have experienced many successes in other companies. Some more or less drastic.
At DoubleCheck, he transitioned the team from a highly manual, ad-hoc release process, with no tests in place, and a lead time of weeks, to a reproducible build, with high test coverage, and lead time of minutes.
In 2015, Booking.com’s 1,000+ developers had no code review process, or even the tools to do so when desired. He lead the initiative to test various code review tools, and settled on GitLab as the choice to give teams the flexibility to adopt code review processes.
At Teamwork, he helped streamline the test suite for one of their core products, to be more robust and reliable, allowing for more frequent and safer releases.
Starting in 2017, he helped Bugaboo transition from a distributed, outsourced development team of approximately 25 developers, with a lead time of 4 weeks, with no logging or monitoring in place, and frequent downtime, to an in-house team of 10, with a lead time of less than one day, with logging and monitoring in place, and a proper incident-response process.
October 14th, 2021 | 54 mins 10 secs
Alex Feiszli from GRAVITL joins the adventure to discuss how to securely connect Kubernetes clusters across clouds from one cluster to another. The discussion spans how to make secure connections and how the connections might be used.
September 2nd, 2021 | 48 mins 36 secs
Eyar Zilberman joins the adventure to discuss Kubernetes schema validation tools.
The panel jumps in and discusses the power of and the pros and cons of the different kinds of schema validations.