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Tuesday, October 1 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
How to run a global, cloud scale event for 10.000 people

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We want to tell you a story, a story about an event that spanned 35 countries, reached 10.000 participants, involved 1.400 websites and databases, raised 8 disruptions on those websites and even caused Azure DevOps outages. In which we reached the limits of the cloud and still were able to spend only half of the budget. We will tell you how not only organize an event on this scale, but also how to automate it; from pipelines to deploy the Azure infrastructure, to the actual event day automation. What did we run into, what did we use and what have we learned.

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Rob Bos

Rob has a strong focus on ALM and DevOps, automating manual tasks and helping teams deliver value to the end-user faster, using Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery and other DevOps techniques. This is applied on anything Rob comes across, whether it’s an application, infrastructure... Read More →
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Michiel van Oudheusden

Michiel is a Microsoft .NET consultant, developer, and architect. With a focus on ALM and DevOps, APIs and containers, but also on products like AzureDevOps, Azure, Containers and everything around it, he has a broad interest and experience. From traditional Windows applications to... Read More →

Tuesday October 1, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm CEST
Room 8