Burn the Datacenter

From pets to cattle

1. Objective

In this space, we seek to share our beliefs about the future of technologies, software development and management of the development lifecycle over the next 10 years. We also include recommendations on how to adapt the complete ecosystem, particularly regarding our area of expertise: security testing.

2. Content

The fields of software development and infrastructure management have been typically separated into two different and antagonistic worlds. There is a dichotomy between the flexibility to changes during the development phase and the stability in the infrastructure. We have recently found misapplied concepts such as DevOps, DevOps profiles and companies that create DevOps transformation areas. The question is: Beyond the management aspects (roles, responsibilities and processes), how can these concepts be translated into a simple technical approach in additional spaces to the applications?

In this methodological universe, we are losing sight of a critical need for programming languages scoped to infrastructure and networks, which have been around for more than 20 years. These languages would allow programming practices that have been developed for half a century to also apply to infrastructure development.

  • Can we compile a server?

  • Can we perform infrastructure linting?

  • Can we perform network static analysis?

  • Can we perform continuous integration over infrastructure?

  • Can we perform continuous deployment over infrastructure?

  • Can infrastructure be immutable and, hence, disposable?

In this conference, we will talk about how the world belongs to the programmers and how the environments can be infinite.

3. Experience

We have given this free academic conference for a year in

We have given more than 35 conferences with a total of approximately 900 participants and an overall satisfaction rate of 165%.

4. Where?

The presentation can be hosted at your company's facilities or an external venue.

The event can be held in MedellĂ­n with a minimum of 20 participants, at least 10 of whom should be colleagues from one particular company. For other cities in Colombia and Latin America there must be one company which provides at least 20 of the participants.

5. Duration

The conference has a duration of 2 hours (duration cannot be reduced).

6. When?

See here.

7. Audience

The conference is suitable for both technical and managerial personnel, and the satisfaction rate for both profiles is equally high. However, if you wish to promote new changes and experimentation within your company, it is important to include people with decision-making power.

The maximum number of attendees is defined according to the venue. The conference has been given to groups of 20 people and in auditoriums with over 80 people.

8. Speaker

Rafael Alvarez

9. Videos

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