FutureStack18 Berlin gathered leading German companies like FlixBus, Günstiger, Onefootball, Seven Senders, and OLX to discuss their digital transformation journeys, specifically around DevOps and customer experience. The event, held at Academie Lounge in central Berlin on 5 December, 2018, included customer presentations, Q&A sessions, and a DevOps panel where customers shared best practices that helped their teams innovate faster and scale the customer experience.
If you couldn’t make it to the event, the videos embedded here offer a sample of the amazing insights presented during this remarkable day of learning, knowledge sharing, and networking.
FlixBus: About the Importance of Monitoring and Tracing for Autonomy
Eric Heymann is Vice President of Engineering at FlixMobility GmbH, the parent company of FlixBus, a “unique combination of tech startup, e-commerce platform, and sustainable transportation company” that has changed the way more than 100 million people have traveled since launching the FlixBus brand in Germany in 2013. In this 14-minute video, Heymann describes the fast-growing company’s technical and cultural journey towards self-organized and autonomous engineering teams. He addresses the role of global distributed tracing, monitoring across the entire infrastructure environment, and establishing business KPIs in helping FlixBus’ technical teams scale and innovate faster.
Onefootball: How Onefootball Won the World Cup
Fred Wynyk is a DevOps Engineer at Onefootball, “the ultimate platform for football fans all around the globe.” In the following 18-minute interview with New Relic's Julian Weitz, Wynyk explains how migrating to Kubernetes and implementing application monitoring with New Relic has given Onefootball full visibility into its infrastructure—which serves 10 million active users per month—and has helped them to scale much further at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, the biggest event in the company's history.
AWS: Re-Architecting for Innovation
Thomas Blood is an Enterprise Strategist for Amazon Web Services in the EMEA region. In this 28-minute presentation, he shares insights on cloud migration and digital transformation from his own personal experiences—and those of more than 250 AWS customers. You’ll learn why moving to an outcome-based approach can deliver better results than activity-based models. When you leverage the cloud, Agile methodologies, and DevOps to change the notion of IT as a cost-center and the “department of no” into a world where “IT is the business,” Blood says, “you can go a lot faster.”
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