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Thursday, October 8
 

9:00am

Keynote by Luke Kanies, Founder & CEO of Puppet Labs
Luke Kanies, Puppet Labs founder and CEO, will kick off PuppetConf and discuss the future direction of Puppet and the IT industry. His presentation will include the first public demo of Puppet Application Orchestration, Puppet Labs’ most ambitious project since Puppet Enterprise was introduced four years ago.

Speakers
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Ryan Coleman

Product Manager, Puppet Labs
Ryan is a product manager at Puppet Labs. He's worked on the Puppet Forge, Approved & Supported modules and is currently working on Puppet Enterprise. His background is in systems administration, working at Penn State on central services like Shibboleth, MIT Kerberos, Samba and Zimbra... Read More →
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Luke Kanies

Founder & CEO, Puppet Labs
Luke founded Puppet and Puppet Labs in 2005 out of fear and desperation, with the goal of producing better operations tools and changing how we manage systems. He has been publishing and speaking on his work in system administration since 1997, focusing on development since 2001... Read More →


Thursday October 8, 2015 9:00am - 10:35am
Track 1 Exhibit Hall B

10:35am

Keynote: Coarse-grained APIs and Our Declarative Future – Nate Loomis, Wells Fargo
The Semantic Web is a promise of greatness to come, where the users converse in functional terms and the architecture delivers in technical ones. Today, its a service offering and orchestration. The services have specific contracts necessary to perform their function. However, with Puppet, you can start to model that business function; moving from a node view to an application view and ultimately to a view of business function delivered rapidly to different destinations. For this, the model must be declarative; human and machine readable. It must be extensible; not arcane. Services must throw away their specific contracts and accept a coarse-grained data structure. Only then can the services evolve. Only then will IT be able to respond to the business on their terms.

Speakers
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Nate Loomis

IT Manager, Wells Fargo
Nate Loomis manages the Automated Configuration Engineering team at Wells Fargo and has worked with Puppet for about three years. Nate is focused on creating coarse interfaces to an event-based architecture with the flexibility to deliver on the complex requirements of an organization... Read More →


Thursday October 8, 2015 10:35am - 11:00am
Track 1 Exhibit Hall B
 
Friday, October 9
 

9:00am

Keynote by Komal Mangtani of Uber Technologies
Learn how to create a high impact work environment whether you're in a traditional enterprise or fast-paced startup.

Speakers
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Komal Mangtani

Head of Business Intelligence, Uber Technologies
Komal Mangtani is the Head of Business Intelligence at Uber. She recently joined Uber from Box where she was VP Engineering. She previously worked at VMware where she conceptualized and led development of products that are now part of vCloud Automation Center. Komal draws from her... Read More →


Friday October 9, 2015 9:00am - 9:35am
Track 1 Exhibit Hall B

9:35am

Keynote: Taming the Brownfield – Martin Jackson, Wal-Mart
Lessons learned from Wal-Mart's Puppet deployment to our legacy distributed infrastructure. We will share our mission as a configuration management team, some of the things we learned in the process of the deployment, and some of the things we see in the future.

Speakers
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Martin Jackson

Senior Technical Expert, Wal-Mart
Martin Jackson started his Walmart career in 1999 as an application developer, moved to IT infrastructure in 2001 to work on Network Services and Management, and is now a Senior Technical Expert working on configuration management systems.


Friday October 9, 2015 9:35am - 10:00am
Track 1 Exhibit Hall B

10:00am

Product Keynote by Deepak Giridaragopal of Puppet Labs
Deepak will be highlighting the recent and future innovations coming from Puppet Labs.

Speakers
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Deepak Giridharagopal

Director of Engineering, Puppet Labs
Deepak guides Puppet's technical development. He has played an integral role in every version of Puppet and Puppet Enterprise shipped since joining Puppet in 2011. Over the years, Deepak has overseen development of major versions of core projects, including the Puppet language, Facter... Read More →


Friday October 9, 2015 10:00am - 10:45am
Track 1 Exhibit Hall B