[Keynote] Industrial-grade DevOps - Balancing Agility and Speed with Extreme Quality
DevOps is an adopted culture and practice in Enterprise and Consumer IT. Establishing DevOps in Industry, specifically for operations and control systems, is still a challenge. Stringent requirements, such as real-time performance and highest availability, regulatory compliance for safety and security, and the huge complexity of cloud to edge operations environments cannot be fully addressed with Enterprise DevOps methods, technologies, and environments. On the Dev side, for instance, it is essential to frontload quality assurance without degrading the speed of agile development. Novel methods and tools are required, such as for a knowledge-based application design, adaptive continuous testing, formal verification, and for application versioning and release management. Highest automation of all development and quality assurance tasks is success-critical. On the Ops side, for example, concepts and architectures for deployment are required that enable an update of features in run without degrading system availability. Similarly, new methods and infrastructures for continuous testing of deployed functions during operations are needed that do not interfere with the system under test. This talk introduces to the challenges of leveraging DevOps for Industry systems and provides deep dives into selected aspects of current research and state of practice.
Frank Buschmann is Senior Principal Engineer for Software and Systems Architecture at Siemens Corporate Technology in Munich. He works in a team of architects who develop end explore new technologies for software and systems design, development and management, and support R&D organizations at Siemens AG to create viable and innovative architectures for their products and systems. Frank’s specific research interests are in architecure styles, design patterns and design tactics, architecture quality, and DevOps. He is a regular speaker at renowned international conferences. Frank is co-author of four volumes of the award winning “Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture” book series published by John Wiley & Sons.
Wed 30 May (GMT+02:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change
|16:00 - 17:30|
Frank BuschmannSiemens AG