Video conferenze

In più di 1.500 persone hanno partecipato alle 38 sessioni tecniche gratuite per approfondire, con professionisti di alto livello e influenti leader del settore (RedHat, Oracle, AWS, IBM), gli ultimi trend tecnologici, le nuove metodologie di sviluppo e le soluzioni in ambito Agile Methodologies, Cloud Native Programming, Microservices, Kubernetes, AI, Machine Learning, Blockchain, DevOps, Site Reliability Engineering, Container, CyberSecurity, IoT, Open Source…

2019

Agola "CI/CD Redefined"

Simone Gotti
Open Source Software Engineer Architect @ Sorint.lab

Agola is our Open Source git based CI/CD platform with advanced features: reproducible and containerized runs, powerful workflows, matrix builds, secrets, multi environment with a single definition, secrets, RBAC, user direct runs, high available and scalable. Integrates with GitHub, GitLab, Gitea and other vcs and runs on kubernetes or docker. Source Project and Features.

CaasPaas “a closer look”

Alessio Carmazzi

Senior Presales and Solution Architect @ Sorint.lab

You’ve heard of platform as a service (PaaS) ? You’ve heard of containers as a service (CaaS). Are there some differences about approach orchestration to isolate code, which kind of OS are supported for runtimes, how manage application services and what tools have to app lifecycle.

Knative, a serverless environment for Kubernetes Lui

Luigi Leoni
Software & DevOps Architect @ Sorint.lab

Knative allows on-premises IT departments and cloud providers to provide a common serverless development experience for web sites, stateless API services, and event processing. The best options for running a serverless framework inside Kubernetes.

Ercole Proactive Asset Software Management Tool

Nicola Gandolfi & Glauco Nava
Database Administrators @ Sorint.lab

Tool for database licesing management and proactive analisys.

Agile Manifesto: Real world examples

Matteo Bocci
UNIX System Engineer @ Sorint.lab

A method. A solution. A philosophy. Are we ready for this? Practical examples to find out.

A new way to monitoring

Giuseppe Mancuso
RHEL Engineer @ Sorint.lab

A new way to monitoring your IT infrastructure with open source projects. From old monitoring methodology to a new idea for monitoring the infrastructure and services

Antipattern

Fabio Seregni
Principal Software Architect @ Sorint.lab

An overview of common solutions to common problems where the solution is ineffective and may result in undesired consequences.

Apache Camel K bringing serverless workloads to the enterprise

Luca Burgazzoli
Principal Software Engineer Red Hat @ Sorint.lab

Serverless technologies offer a new way to deal with infrastructure in the cloud, with a different approach that affects both technical development and costs. Knative, an open source project started in mid-2018, is emerging as a foundation for adding serverless capabilities on top of Kubernetes and OpenShift.

But companies still struggle to find a path for adopting such technologies and integrating them with their existing applications. In this session, I’ll present Apache Camel K, a platform that brings Red Hat Fuse integration capabilities in the serverless world.

Camel K allows Camel domain-specific language (DSL) code to run directly on top of any Knative-powered cluster, using serverless capabilities such as auto-scaling, scaling to zero, and event-based communication—and at the same time, connecting the serverless island with the outside.

 

Backup Cool

Pablo Paños
Senior Backup Consultant @ Sorint.lab Spain

A new approach to Backup Infrastructures, how to get one easy to consume, scalable and observable

CI/CD automation with Ansible, Web API and a chatbot

Costantina Capobianco
Middleware System Administrator @ Sorint.lab

Are you wondering what Ansible, Web API and a chatbot have to do with each other and with CI/CD? Well, modern automation languages are seeking to face IT challenges, including CI/CD: this is possible through the APIs, that allow integration between different systems, why not a chatbot too? In this session, after an introduction about an Ansible web-based solution, a demo will show an example of how remotely control it through APIs, everything with the help of a special assistant: a chatbot.

Cloud native everything

Alessandro Vozza
Senior Software Engineer Microsoft @ Sorint.lab

Beyond the hype “What exactly is Cloud Native and why it (should) matter to you?” We will look at the evolution of software architectures throughout the past decades and how the basic concepts of cloud native infrastructure and software development came to be; we’ll dig into the Cloud Native Computing Foundation governance and projects.

Code quality: Make your code stronger

Delia Attila
Java Senior Developer @ Sorint.lab

Many ways and instruments are available to achieve the code high quality assurance goal, one isn’t less important than the other. But why spend time and resources on code quality assurance and how to? Let’s discover it… Let’s discover it…

Containers on AWS: A journey to modern applications

Simone Pomata
Solutions Architect / AWS @ Sorint.lab

Containers provide a standard way to package your application’s code, configurations, and dependencies into a single object. Containers share an operating system installed on the server and run as resource-isolated processes, ensuring quick, reliable, and consistent deployments, regardless of environment. The AWS Cloud offers infrastructure resources optimized for running containers, as well as a set of orchestration services that make it easy for you to build and run containerized applications in production. 

Death of Iaas: From pet to cattle

Paolo Ranzanici
Cloud Architect @ Sorint.lab

How can we leave VMs in cloud behind without rebuilding our application from scratch? PaaS and other managed services are available now and we can run what we know without refactoring. Also, we can start introducing CI/CD in this architecture. Overview of following steps (containers in microservices and lambda functions) will follow. 

Deep Learning turns seven. Will the King of the North reign on all the seven Kingdoms?

Gianluca Gerard
CTO @ Sorint.tek

On September 30, 2012 AlexNet, a deep Convolutional Neural Network, smashed the competition at the task of recognizing objects in the ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge. Seven years later Deep Neural Networks have conquered the realms of Computer Vision, Speech Recognition, Games Playing and Natural Language Processing.  In this tour, we will take a peek at this amazing technology as well as at some of its most remarkable achievements.

Kanban vs kanban: The method behind the boards

Luigi Milione
Architect @ Sorint.lab

Kanban? yes i know … it refers to the boards !! Often, hearing about kanban, the thought immediately runs to the boards, but really they represent an important but only one of the tools used in the implementation of the homonymous methodology of evolutionary, incremental process improvement, respecting the Lean principles: a trip from the car factory to software factory…

Machine-driven text analysis

Massimo Schenone
Senior Consultant @ Sorint.lab

An introduction to Natural Language Processing in Python.

Migrating big enterprises to the AWS Cloud: The Enel case study

Alessandro Gambirasio
Solution Architect AWS @ Sorint.lab

By using AWS, Enel is saving 21 percent on compute costs and 60 percent on storage costs, has reduced provisioning time from four weeks to two days, and has transformed its business. Enel is an Italian multinational manufacturer and distributor of electricity and gas that serves 61 million customers. Enel uses AWS as its platform for IoT and energy management.

Mind Reading (sort of) with Python and stuff

Cesare Pizzi
Security Analyst @ Sorint.lab

A demonstration of a “side channel” attack with a LED display and some electronics.

Pattern Sagas to maintain data consistency in a microservices

Mohsen Ghalbi
Software Developer Expert @ Sorint.lab

It is hard to handle a business transaction that maintains data consistency across microservices. Mohsen shows how Eventuate solve that problem, and describes how to use it to develop business logic in a microservices application.

Red Hat and the Open Source: For IoT enabling modular and scalable solutions for the next business challenges

Luca Gabella
EMA BDM for IoT & Digital Trasformation Red Hat @ Sorint.lab

By leveraging the Open Source technologies and its innovative and collaborative approach, companies can lift up their ability to respond to their new business challenges such as Internet of Things (IoT). Combining with Red Hat expertise and capabilities, companies can leverage modular, scalable and secure architecture to deploy Industrial IoT projects and more generally building on their Digital Transformation Journey initiatives as companies such as Vorwerk, SBB or Lufthensa Technics did.

Rxjs

Carlo Franzelli
Frontend Developer @ Sorint.lab

Il talk si propone di presentare il pattern e gli operatori rxjs e la loro utilità per lo sviluppo di software quotidiano.

Service mesh: Decentralized interaction between Microservices

Giuseppe Iannelli
Linux System Engineer and CKA @ Sorint lab

Service Meshes are decentralized and self-organizing networks layer between microservice instances that handle load balancing, endpoint discovery, health checks, monitoring, and tracing. This allows developers to keep only the business login into applications.

Supersonic, subatomic Java

Stefano Maestri
Principal Software Engineer and Manager / Red Hat @ Sorint.lab

Introducing Quarkus.io. The rise in popularity of the Linux container as the primary way to package your application seemed like a simple change on the surface. Yet, as we saw with the Java Docker Fail problem, it was not a transition completely without challenges for the Java community. Furthermore, we have now seen a number developers at many organizations considering moving to Node.js or Golang to get the performance and tiny memory footprint they need to run in a Kubernetes/OpenShift environment. In this session, we’ll demonstrate how you can optimize your enterprise Java apps, your APIs, your microservices, and your “serverless functions” for a Kubernetes/OpenShift environment-vastly smaller, vastly faster, and fundamentally more scalable.

The future of open source cloud

Frank Karlitschek
Founder and Managing Director / Nextcloud GmbH

We are heading into a world were the files of most users are hosted by 4 big companies in the US. This is the case for most home users, companies but also education and research institutions. If we want to keep our sovereignty over our data, protect our privacy and prevent vendor lock-in then we need open source self hosted and federated alternatives. The internet and the web use a distributed and federated architecture. Now we have to make sure that cloud services follow the same model.

A new challenge is the increasing blending of application hosting and storage as seen at Office 365 and Google Suite. This has the danger to lead to a very strong vendor lock-in.

The future of open source cloud: this talk will discuss the ongoing trends in this areas and possible solutions. It will also give an overview of newest Nextcloud features and the long term roadmap to provide an alternative to centralized services. The future of open source cloud: The talk will also discuss the challenges and opportunities with building an open source based product, community and company. The talk will be in Engish

XoPs

Flavio Tassinari
Business Operations Leader @ Sorint.lab

A way to help teams (and people) adapt to continuous changes, lifelong learner approach and the needs from the digital transformation business.

Application Performance Testing & Monitoring

Luigi Savio
Data and Performance Test Engineer @ Sorint.lab

Excursus on the world of application performance seen through the techniques of testing automation and apm, illustrating the importance of this part to provide an indication of the quality of the software in order to bring improvements that can enhance the user experience of the end user.

Agola "CI/CD Redefined"

Simone Gotti
Open Source Software Engineer Architect @ Sorint.lab

Agola is our Open Source git based CI/CD platform with advanced features: reproducible and containerized runs, powerful workflows, matrix builds, secrets, multi environment with a single definition, secrets, RBAC, user direct runs, high available and scalable. Integrates with GitHub, GitLab, Gitea and other vcs and runs on kubernetes or docker. Source Project and Features.

CaasPaas “a closer look”

Alessio Carmazzi

Senior Presales and Solution Architect @ Sorint.lab

You’ve heard of platform as a service (PaaS) ? You’ve heard of containers as a service (CaaS). Are there some differences about approach orchestration to isolate code, which kind of OS are supported for runtimes, how manage application services and what tools have to app lifecycle.

Knative, a serverless environment for Kubernetes Lui

Luigi Leoni
Software & DevOps Architect @ Sorint.lab

Knative allows on-premises IT departments and cloud providers to provide a common serverless development experience for web sites, stateless API services, and event processing. The best options for running a serverless framework inside Kubernetes.

Ercole Proactive Asset Software Management Tool

Nicola Gandolfi & Glauco Nava
Database Administrators @ Sorint.lab

Tool for database licesing management and proactive analisys.

Agile Manifesto: Real world examples

Matteo Bocci
UNIX System Engineer @ Sorint.lab

A method. A solution. A philosophy. Are we ready for this? Practical examples to find out.

A new way to monitoring

Giuseppe Mancuso
RHEL Engineer @ Sorint.lab

A new way to monitoring your IT infrastructure with open source projects. From old monitoring methodology to a new idea for monitoring the infrastructure and services

Antipattern

Fabio Seregni
Principal Software Architect @ Sorint.lab

An overview of common solutions to common problems where the solution is ineffective and may result in undesired consequences.

Apache Camel K bringing serverless workloads to the enterprise

Luca Burgazzoli
Principal Software Engineer Red Hat @ Sorint.lab

Serverless technologies offer a new way to deal with infrastructure in the cloud, with a different approach that affects both technical development and costs. Knative, an open source project started in mid-2018, is emerging as a foundation for adding serverless capabilities on top of Kubernetes and OpenShift.

But companies still struggle to find a path for adopting such technologies and integrating them with their existing applications. In this session, I’ll present Apache Camel K, a platform that brings Red Hat Fuse integration capabilities in the serverless world.

Camel K allows Camel domain-specific language (DSL) code to run directly on top of any Knative-powered cluster, using serverless capabilities such as auto-scaling, scaling to zero, and event-based communication—and at the same time, connecting the serverless island with the outside.

 

Backup Cool

Pablo Paños
Senior Backup Consultant @ Sorint.lab Spain

A new approach to Backup Infrastructures, how to get one easy to consume, scalable and observable

CI/CD automation with Ansible, Web API and a chatbot

Costantina Capobianco
Middleware System Administrator @ Sorint.lab

Are you wondering what Ansible, Web API and a chatbot have to do with each other and with CI/CD? Well, modern automation languages are seeking to face IT challenges, including CI/CD: this is possible through the APIs, that allow integration between different systems, why not a chatbot too? In this session, after an introduction about an Ansible web-based solution, a demo will show an example of how remotely control it through APIs, everything with the help of a special assistant: a chatbot.

Cloud native everything

Alessandro Vozza
Senior Software Engineer Microsoft @ Sorint.lab

Beyond the hype “What exactly is Cloud Native and why it (should) matter to you?” We will look at the evolution of software architectures throughout the past decades and how the basic concepts of cloud native infrastructure and software development came to be; we’ll dig into the Cloud Native Computing Foundation governance and projects.

Code quality: Make your code stronger

Delia Attila
Java Senior Developer @ Sorint.lab

Many ways and instruments are available to achieve the code high quality assurance goal, one isn’t less important than the other. But why spend time and resources on code quality assurance and how to? Let’s discover it… Let’s discover it…

Containers on AWS: A journey to modern applications

Simone Pomata
Solutions Architect / AWS @ Sorint.lab

Containers provide a standard way to package your application’s code, configurations, and dependencies into a single object. Containers share an operating system installed on the server and run as resource-isolated processes, ensuring quick, reliable, and consistent deployments, regardless of environment. The AWS Cloud offers infrastructure resources optimized for running containers, as well as a set of orchestration services that make it easy for you to build and run containerized applications in production. 

Death of Iaas: From pet to cattle

Paolo Ranzanici
Cloud Architect @ Sorint.lab

How can we leave VMs in cloud behind without rebuilding our application from scratch? PaaS and other managed services are available now and we can run what we know without refactoring. Also, we can start introducing CI/CD in this architecture. Overview of following steps (containers in microservices and lambda functions) will follow. 

Deep Learning turns seven. Will the King of the North reign on all the seven Kingdoms?

Gianluca Gerard
CTO @ Sorint.tek

On September 30, 2012 AlexNet, a deep Convolutional Neural Network, smashed the competition at the task of recognizing objects in the ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge. Seven years later Deep Neural Networks have conquered the realms of Computer Vision, Speech Recognition, Games Playing and Natural Language Processing.  In this tour, we will take a peek at this amazing technology as well as at some of its most remarkable achievements.

Kanban vs kanban: The method behind the boards

Luigi Milione
Architect @ Sorint.lab

Kanban? yes i know … it refers to the boards !! Often, hearing about kanban, the thought immediately runs to the boards, but really they represent an important but only one of the tools used in the implementation of the homonymous methodology of evolutionary, incremental process improvement, respecting the Lean principles: a trip from the car factory to software factory…

Machine-driven text analysis

Massimo Schenone
Senior Consultant @ Sorint.lab

An introduction to Natural Language Processing in Python.

Migrating big enterprises to the AWS Cloud: The Enel case study

Alessandro Gambirasio
Solution Architect AWS @ Sorint.lab

By using AWS, Enel is saving 21 percent on compute costs and 60 percent on storage costs, has reduced provisioning time from four weeks to two days, and has transformed its business. Enel is an Italian multinational manufacturer and distributor of electricity and gas that serves 61 million customers. Enel uses AWS as its platform for IoT and energy management.

Mind Reading (sort of) with Python and stuff

Cesare Pizzi
Security Analyst @ Sorint.lab

A demonstration of a “side channel” attack with a LED display and some electronics.

Pattern Sagas to maintain data consistency in a microservices

Mohsen Ghalbi
Software Developer Expert @ Sorint.lab

It is hard to handle a business transaction that maintains data consistency across microservices. Mohsen shows how Eventuate solve that problem, and describes how to use it to develop business logic in a microservices application.

Red Hat and the Open Source: For IoT enabling modular and scalable solutions for the next business challenges

Luca Gabella
EMA BDM for IoT & Digital Trasformation Red Hat @ Sorint.lab

By leveraging the Open Source technologies and its innovative and collaborative approach, companies can lift up their ability to respond to their new business challenges such as Internet of Things (IoT). Combining with Red Hat expertise and capabilities, companies can leverage modular, scalable and secure architecture to deploy Industrial IoT projects and more generally building on their Digital Transformation Journey initiatives as companies such as Vorwerk, SBB or Lufthensa Technics did.

Rxjs

Carlo Franzelli
Frontend Developer @ Sorint.lab

Il talk si propone di presentare il pattern e gli operatori rxjs e la loro utilità per lo sviluppo di software quotidiano.

Service mesh: Decentralized interaction between Microservices

Giuseppe Iannelli
Linux System Engineer and CKA @ Sorint lab

Service Meshes are decentralized and self-organizing networks layer between microservice instances that handle load balancing, endpoint discovery, health checks, monitoring, and tracing. This allows developers to keep only the business login into applications.

Supersonic, subatomic Java

Stefano Maestri
Principal Software Engineer and Manager / Red Hat @ Sorint.lab

Introducing Quarkus.io. The rise in popularity of the Linux container as the primary way to package your application seemed like a simple change on the surface. Yet, as we saw with the Java Docker Fail problem, it was not a transition completely without challenges for the Java community. Furthermore, we have now seen a number developers at many organizations considering moving to Node.js or Golang to get the performance and tiny memory footprint they need to run in a Kubernetes/OpenShift environment. In this session, we’ll demonstrate how you can optimize your enterprise Java apps, your APIs, your microservices, and your “serverless functions” for a Kubernetes/OpenShift environment-vastly smaller, vastly faster, and fundamentally more scalable.

The future of open source cloud

Frank Karlitschek
Founder and Managing Director / Nextcloud GmbH

We are heading into a world were the files of most users are hosted by 4 big companies in the US. This is the case for most home users, companies but also education and research institutions. If we want to keep our sovereignty over our data, protect our privacy and prevent vendor lock-in then we need open source self hosted and federated alternatives. The internet and the web use a distributed and federated architecture. Now we have to make sure that cloud services follow the same model.

A new challenge is the increasing blending of application hosting and storage as seen at Office 365 and Google Suite. This has the danger to lead to a very strong vendor lock-in.

The future of open source cloud: this talk will discuss the ongoing trends in this areas and possible solutions. It will also give an overview of newest Nextcloud features and the long term roadmap to provide an alternative to centralized services. The future of open source cloud: The talk will also discuss the challenges and opportunities with building an open source based product, community and company. The talk will be in Engish

XoPs

Flavio Tassinari
Business Operations Leader @ Sorint.lab

A way to help teams (and people) adapt to continuous changes, lifelong learner approach and the needs from the digital transformation business.

Application Performance Testing & Monitoring

Luigi Savio
Data and Performance Test Engineer @ Sorint.lab

Excursus on the world of application performance seen through the techniques of testing automation and apm, illustrating the importance of this part to provide an indication of the quality of the software in order to bring improvements that can enhance the user experience of the end user.

2018

Refactoring to Microservices

Fabio Seregni
Software Architect @ Sorint lab

There are strategies that you can use to escape from monolithic hell without having to rewrite your application from scratch. You incrementally convert your monolith into microservices by developing what’s known as a strangler application.

Kubernetes per orchestrare i tuoi meravigliosi container

Nicola Benaglia
Java Developer & Kubernetes specialist @ Sorint lab

I container sono comodi, affidabili, scalabili e sempre più diffusi. Ma quando si iniziano ad avere decine o centinaia di servizi dentro container sorge subito l’esigenza di un modo automatico e affidabile per coordinare, distribuire e gestire i container all’interno della propria infrastruttura. La risposta a tale esigenza sono gli orchestratori, fra cui spicca Kubernetes come progetto opensource di maggior successo e diffusione. Questa sessione tecnica avrà lo scopo di introdurre Kubernetes ed alcune sue caratteristiche.

Functional Programming with JavaScript

Marco Bolis
Java Senior Developer @ Sorint lab

La Programmazione Funzionale è un paradigma di programmazione molto potente, molto di moda sulla scena internazionale. Fondato su solide basi matematiche, elaborate da eminenti circoli accademici, ha le carte in regola per suonare difficile e terribilmente noioso… in realtà permette di produrre codice testabile, di alta qualità, su cui è facile ragionare. Allora, cosa occorrerà mai per riuscire a districarcisi? Sarai sorpreso di sapere che ti basta un browser. E un editor di testo. E qualcuno che ti spieghi tutti quei bizzarri paroloni accademici. Sei pronto per provare?

Simplify automation processes

Rosario d’Orso
Senior Consultant @ Sorint lab

How can we simplify our automation process? How can we make users autonomous to perform daily tasks such as restarting services, releases or even patching? One of the currently most used tools like the redhat ansible makes use of its Interface, the Tower! In this session we will see how to hook the tower to our LDAP and how to automatically create Organizations and teams so as to better organize security and the possibility of launching Jobs independently.

Dev-Sec-Ops in Data Protection Environment

Juan De Pedro
Security Consultant @ Sorint.spain
Pablo Paños
Country Lead @ Sorint.spain

We will learn how to implement DevSecOps methodology for legacy software and infrastructures as Netbackup.

Proactive Database Managing Service

Simone Rota
Senior software developer @ Sorint lab
Raffaello Ferrari
Database Administrator @ Sorint lab
Fabio Zanchi
Database & Cloud Architect @ Sorint lab

How to deal with new Database requests and build an innovative and proactive services.

Introduction to Blockchain and wallet App design

Federico Gatti
Developer
Sergey Bondarenko
Software Engineer

Thanks to the cryptovalues and their success on the market, many experts have identified Blockchain technology as a very high potential that can be applied in many areas. One of the interesting factors is that these contexts can be very heterogeneous and cover different cases of our daily life. This session will present the functioning of the Blockchain technology, explaining its technical functioning and showing the various application aspects developed to date or under development.

Deep Learning Behind The Scenes: how TensorFlow works

Gianluca Gerard
CTO

TensorFlow is the leading open source framework for Deep Learning development and high performance numerical computation. In this workshop we are going to cover the concepts of TensorFlow graphs and sessions to get acquainted with the rather unusual computational paradigm of this library. We also intend to go through a real-life example of a TensorFlow model to understand some of the most commonly used facilities of the framework and to witness its power.

An introduction to Go

Simone Gotti
Open Source Software Engineer and Architect @ Sorint lab

A fast introduction to Go to explain why this language as gained great popularity among “cloud” developers and is used by many great projects (kubernetes, docker, stolon etc…). A little introduction on its syntax and features (goroutines, channels, scheduler, blocking async I/O), the stdlib and differences with other languages.

Stolon Cloud native postrgresql high availability

Simone Gotti
Open Source Software Engineer and Architect @ Sorint lab

A presentation on Stolon, how it works, its features and architecture with a demo of it running inside kubernetes.

Continuous Integration Delivery system on Container Infrastructure

Luigi Leoni
Software Architect & Sircle Leader @ Sorint lab

A presentation on CI/CD system using newest open source tools/software. How it works, its architecture and a demo on it.

Java 10 & Novità Moduli, performances, docker awareness

Luigi Leoni
Innovation Solution Architect Oracle

Java sta cambiando rapidamente ed in pochi mesi siamo passati dalla versione 8 alla 10 ed a settembre uscirà la 11. Cerchiamo di capire insieme, con poche slide e tanti esempi dal vivo, quale sia la direzione e quali siano le novità introdotte. In particolare vedremo come creare un “microservizio” in Java sfruttando il suo modulo nativo jdk.httpserver, come ottimizzarlo e renderlo modulare ed autoconsistente , come renderlo performante sia nei tempi di avvio che nell’occupazione e consumo di risorse e come inserirlo in un container docker regolando e limitando il consumo delle risorse di CPU e Ram ad esso dedicate. Come ultimo passo vedremo come compilare nativamente la classe (rendendola indipendente dal JRE) su sistemi Linux a 64bit.

Data Analysis with the Elastic stack

Miso Mijatovic
Security DevOps @ Sorint lab

Elasticsearch è cresciuto molto negli ultimi anni ed è utilizzato come motore di ricerca da un numero sempre maggiore di utenti. In questa sessione tecnica voglio mostrare come può essere utilizzato, insieme agli altri componenti dello stack Elastic, per fare analisi di dati e ricerca.

BaaS in the age of Faas

Tamas Piros
Developer Evangelist, EMEA Cloudinary

During the talk we’ll discuss the history of serverless as well as when and why should it be used. We’ll also show differences between BaaS and FaaS and do the transformation of an example application from locally hosted to be FaaS while still using some BaaS features.

FRIDA: Intro and live demo

Cesare Pizzi
Security Analyst @ Sorint lab

FRIDA is a Dynamic Instrumentation toolkit, built for developers, reversing and security research. It could be interesting to show how to use it for “dynamic” patching/debugging of apps with a specific focus on Android apps.

Always-Up

Pietro Sarlo
Solution Architect @ Sorint lab

Cosa nasconde il Cloud? Virtualizzazione, sistemi ibridi, scopriamolo insieme!!! What does Cloud hide? Virtualization, hybrid systems, let’s discover it together!

Apache Spark what why when

Massimo Schenone
Senior Consultant @ Sorint lab

“Apache Spark™ is a unified analytics engine for large-scale data processing.” A parte la definizione del progetto Apache, Spark è una tecnologia che può valere la pena conoscere. Questo seminario esplora i problemi che Spark cerca di indirizzare (batch vs realtime workload), i concetti chiave dietro al framework e le scelte grazie alle quali è così efficiente. La demo di un’applicazione servirà da esempio per arrivare a una conoscenza base dello strumento.

Cloud mailboxes in different geographic locations

Denis Vilaça Signorelli
Exchange Server & Virtualization System Administrator

How about the possibility to decide where you should move your company’s mail data to different geographies in cloud? Until some days ago it was impossible for who used to have only one tenant, but now there is a light at the end of the tunnel. We are going to show you how you can provide data compliance according your business necessity.

OTHERS FIRST as guiding principle to leading innovation

Flavio Tassinari
Business Operation Leader @ Sorint lab

To “innovate”, it’s not enough use enabling technologies, redesign applications architectures, integrate new IT infrastructures, rethinking new processes and workflows and finally acquire new tech-skills. But, we need to evolve culturally, which also implies a new approaches to leadership, in order to build agile teams and facilitate the interoperability between them.

Automation in Linux environment

Alessio Carmazzi
Senior Pre-Sales Systems Engineer @ Sorint lab

How many times have we done scripts to avoid repetitive tasks? how much it is was it sometimes necessary to revise configurations in record time on an incredible amount of systems? how many times did we not understand what was not working properly? From these questions came the desire to find the right way to automate, speed up without losing flexibility, the warranty of the operation and simplicity of debugging. We needed something more “smart”, more “agile” and maybe “opensource”…

Fully Automated datacenter

Giuseppe Mancuso
RHEL Engineer @ Sorint lab

Automazione di un datacenter usando prodotti opensource, dal provisioning al patching di sistemi Linux.

Python for automatic network traffic analysis

Miso Mijatovic
Security DevOps @ Sorint lab

This talk has the purpose to give an introduction on how you can use Python language to perform tasks for network analysis. Many of our daily operations can be speeden up and automated using this powerful & beautiful language.

Web 3D with Angular and three.js

Luca Morello
Senior Full Stack Developer @ Sorint lab

We will experiment the 3D Javascript library “three.js” and its core features through the solid environment of Angular framework. All concepts will be shared with a live coding session. Prerequisites: knowledge base of Angular 2+ (components, services and modules).

Enterprise applications in Angular 6

Fabrizio Rizzi
Frontend Developer @ Sorint lab
Manuele Dones
Software Engineer @ Sorint lab

Angular is one of the greatest framework used to create applications for web, mobile web, native mobile and native desktop. It’s the perfect tool for building enterprise applications since it includes a huge number of features just out-of-the-box. In this workshop we’re going to create a web app, publish and install a reusable library in order to share code and style among a collection of projects.

Automation and Public Cloud, lesson learned

Walter Traspadini
Solutions Architect @ Sorint lab

Best practices, lessons learned and use cases to deploy micro services and legacy applications in AWS with ansible and CI/CD.

Microservices An IoT platform

William Younang
Expert Data Scientist / Software Engineer @ Sorint lab

An Introduction to microservices and to the Internet of Things. Description of the IoT platform. Live Demo.

Refactoring to Microservices

Fabio Seregni
Software Architect @ Sorint lab

There are strategies that you can use to escape from monolithic hell without having to rewrite your application from scratch. You incrementally convert your monolith into microservices by developing what’s known as a strangler application.

Kubernetes per orchestrare i tuoi meravigliosi container

Nicola Benaglia
Java Developer & Kubernetes specialist @ Sorint lab

I container sono comodi, affidabili, scalabili e sempre più diffusi. Ma quando si iniziano ad avere decine o centinaia di servizi dentro container sorge subito l’esigenza di un modo automatico e affidabile per coordinare, distribuire e gestire i container all’interno della propria infrastruttura. La risposta a tale esigenza sono gli orchestratori, fra cui spicca Kubernetes come progetto opensource di maggior successo e diffusione. Questa sessione tecnica avrà lo scopo di introdurre Kubernetes ed alcune sue caratteristiche.

Functional Programming with JavaScript

Marco Bolis
Java Senior Developer @ Sorint lab

La Programmazione Funzionale è un paradigma di programmazione molto potente, molto di moda sulla scena internazionale. Fondato su solide basi matematiche, elaborate da eminenti circoli accademici, ha le carte in regola per suonare difficile e terribilmente noioso… in realtà permette di produrre codice testabile, di alta qualità, su cui è facile ragionare. Allora, cosa occorrerà mai per riuscire a districarcisi? Sarai sorpreso di sapere che ti basta un browser. E un editor di testo. E qualcuno che ti spieghi tutti quei bizzarri paroloni accademici. Sei pronto per provare?

Simplify automation processes

Rosario d’Orso
Senior Consultant @ Sorint lab

How can we simplify our automation process? How can we make users autonomous to perform daily tasks such as restarting services, releases or even patching? One of the currently most used tools like the redhat ansible makes use of its Interface, the Tower! In this session we will see how to hook the tower to our LDAP and how to automatically create Organizations and teams so as to better organize security and the possibility of launching Jobs independently.

Dev-Sec-Ops in Data Protection Environment

Juan De Pedro
Security Consultant @ Sorint.spain
Pablo Paños
Country Lead @ Sorint.spain

We will learn how to implement DevSecOps methodology for legacy software and infrastructures as Netbackup.

Proactive Database Managing Service

Simone Rota
Senior software developer @ Sorint lab
Raffaello Ferrari
Database Administrator @ Sorint lab
Fabio Zanchi
Database & Cloud Architect @ Sorint lab

How to deal with new Database requests and build an innovative and proactive services.

Introduction to Blockchain and wallet App design

Federico Gatti
Developer
Sergey Bondarenko
Software Engineer

Thanks to the cryptovalues and their success on the market, many experts have identified Blockchain technology as a very high potential that can be applied in many areas. One of the interesting factors is that these contexts can be very heterogeneous and cover different cases of our daily life. This session will present the functioning of the Blockchain technology, explaining its technical functioning and showing the various application aspects developed to date or under development.

Deep Learning Behind The Scenes: how TensorFlow works

Gianluca Gerard
CTO

TensorFlow is the leading open source framework for Deep Learning development and high performance numerical computation. In this workshop we are going to cover the concepts of TensorFlow graphs and sessions to get acquainted with the rather unusual computational paradigm of this library. We also intend to go through a real-life example of a TensorFlow model to understand some of the most commonly used facilities of the framework and to witness its power.

An introduction to Go

Simone Gotti
Open Source Software Engineer and Architect @ Sorint lab

A fast introduction to Go to explain why this language as gained great popularity among “cloud” developers and is used by many great projects (kubernetes, docker, stolon etc…). A little introduction on its syntax and features (goroutines, channels, scheduler, blocking async I/O), the stdlib and differences with other languages.

Stolon Cloud native postrgresql high availability

Simone Gotti
Open Source Software Engineer and Architect @ Sorint lab

A presentation on Stolon, how it works, its features and architecture with a demo of it running inside kubernetes.

Continuous Integration Delivery system on Container Infrastructure

Luigi Leoni
Software Architect & Sircle Leader @ Sorint lab

A presentation on CI/CD system using newest open source tools/software. How it works, its architecture and a demo on it.

Java 10 & Novità Moduli, performances, docker awareness

Luigi Leoni
Innovation Solution Architect Oracle

Java sta cambiando rapidamente ed in pochi mesi siamo passati dalla versione 8 alla 10 ed a settembre uscirà la 11. Cerchiamo di capire insieme, con poche slide e tanti esempi dal vivo, quale sia la direzione e quali siano le novità introdotte. In particolare vedremo come creare un “microservizio” in Java sfruttando il suo modulo nativo jdk.httpserver, come ottimizzarlo e renderlo modulare ed autoconsistente , come renderlo performante sia nei tempi di avvio che nell’occupazione e consumo di risorse e come inserirlo in un container docker regolando e limitando il consumo delle risorse di CPU e Ram ad esso dedicate. Come ultimo passo vedremo come compilare nativamente la classe (rendendola indipendente dal JRE) su sistemi Linux a 64bit.

Data Analysis with the Elastic stack

Miso Mijatovic
Security DevOps @ Sorint lab

Elasticsearch è cresciuto molto negli ultimi anni ed è utilizzato come motore di ricerca da un numero sempre maggiore di utenti. In questa sessione tecnica voglio mostrare come può essere utilizzato, insieme agli altri componenti dello stack Elastic, per fare analisi di dati e ricerca.

BaaS in the age of Faas

Tamas Piros
Developer Evangelist, EMEA Cloudinary

During the talk we’ll discuss the history of serverless as well as when and why should it be used. We’ll also show differences between BaaS and FaaS and do the transformation of an example application from locally hosted to be FaaS while still using some BaaS features.

FRIDA: Intro and live demo

Cesare Pizzi
Security Analyst @ Sorint lab

FRIDA is a Dynamic Instrumentation toolkit, built for developers, reversing and security research. It could be interesting to show how to use it for “dynamic” patching/debugging of apps with a specific focus on Android apps.

Always-Up

Pietro Sarlo
Solution Architect @ Sorint lab

Cosa nasconde il Cloud? Virtualizzazione, sistemi ibridi, scopriamolo insieme!!! What does Cloud hide? Virtualization, hybrid systems, let’s discover it together!

Apache Spark what why when

Massimo Schenone
Senior Consultant @ Sorint lab

“Apache Spark™ is a unified analytics engine for large-scale data processing.” A parte la definizione del progetto Apache, Spark è una tecnologia che può valere la pena conoscere. Questo seminario esplora i problemi che Spark cerca di indirizzare (batch vs realtime workload), i concetti chiave dietro al framework e le scelte grazie alle quali è così efficiente. La demo di un’applicazione servirà da esempio per arrivare a una conoscenza base dello strumento.

Cloud mailboxes in different geographic locations

Denis Vilaça Signorelli
Exchange Server & Virtualization System Administrator

How about the possibility to decide where you should move your company’s mail data to different geographies in cloud? Until some days ago it was impossible for who used to have only one tenant, but now there is a light at the end of the tunnel. We are going to show you how you can provide data compliance according your business necessity.

OTHERS FIRST as guiding principle to leading innovation

Flavio Tassinari
Business Operation Leader @ Sorint lab

To “innovate”, it’s not enough use enabling technologies, redesign applications architectures, integrate new IT infrastructures, rethinking new processes and workflows and finally acquire new tech-skills. But, we need to evolve culturally, which also implies a new approaches to leadership, in order to build agile teams and facilitate the interoperability between them.

Automation in Linux environment

Alessio Carmazzi
Senior Pre-Sales Systems Engineer @ Sorint lab

How many times have we done scripts to avoid repetitive tasks? how much it is was it sometimes necessary to revise configurations in record time on an incredible amount of systems? how many times did we not understand what was not working properly? From these questions came the desire to find the right way to automate, speed up without losing flexibility, the warranty of the operation and simplicity of debugging. We needed something more “smart”, more “agile” and maybe “opensource”…

Fully Automated datacenter

Giuseppe Mancuso
RHEL Engineer @ Sorint lab

Automazione di un datacenter usando prodotti opensource, dal provisioning al patching di sistemi Linux.

Python for automatic network traffic analysis

Miso Mijatovic
Security DevOps @ Sorint lab

This talk has the purpose to give an introduction on how you can use Python language to perform tasks for network analysis. Many of our daily operations can be speeden up and automated using this powerful & beautiful language.

Web 3D with Angular and three.js

Luca Morello
Senior Full Stack Developer @ Sorint lab

We will experiment the 3D Javascript library “three.js” and its core features through the solid environment of Angular framework. All concepts will be shared with a live coding session. Prerequisites: knowledge base of Angular 2+ (components, services and modules).

Enterprise applications in Angular 6

Fabrizio Rizzi
Frontend Developer @ Sorint lab
Manuele Dones
Software Engineer @ Sorint lab

Angular is one of the greatest framework used to create applications for web, mobile web, native mobile and native desktop. It’s the perfect tool for building enterprise applications since it includes a huge number of features just out-of-the-box. In this workshop we’re going to create a web app, publish and install a reusable library in order to share code and style among a collection of projects.

Automation and Public Cloud, lesson learned

Walter Traspadini
Solutions Architect @ Sorint lab

Best practices, lessons learned and use cases to deploy micro services and legacy applications in AWS with ansible and CI/CD.

Microservices An IoT platform

William Younang
Expert Data Scientist / Software Engineer @ Sorint lab

An Introduction to microservices and to the Internet of Things. Description of the IoT platform. Live Demo.

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