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DevOps

Nairobi
Sat, Jan 14, 5:00 PM (EAT)

300 RSVP'ed

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About this event

Old-school development models just don’t hold up to such high-demand, high-growth environments. Traditionally, Development and Operations teams work separately in silos, hindering the ability to move fast. The response to this contentious relationship was a movement called DevOps. It’s a fancy phrase for a simple idea: your dev and ops teams work better together. It advocates for better communication and collaboration so that developing, testing, releasing, and running software can happen more rapidly and reliably.

Instead of delivering big, infrequent releases (once every 3 to 9 months) like traditional development teams at major enterprises, DevOps takes a “continuous delivery” approach. This means releasing small, incremental improvements regularly—often even several times per day. This can only be achieved if the aspect of DevOps being a job for one person is eliminated, that is, having this mantra “You build it, You ship it and You run it” and therefore DevOps is the way...

Target Audience:

  • Developers
  • Operations
  • Business Developers
  • Growth Hackers
  • Team Leads

Key Benefits:

  • Exclusive Knowledge
  • Networking
  • Swag
  • Member discounts

Agenda:

  • Introduction
  • Community news and updates
  • DevOps 
  • Networking

We have over 4500 members and we meet regularly to encourage better use of Atlassian tools among current or prospective users. Our events typically offer several team talks, hands-on workshops, Hackathon, free food/drink, and networking opportunities with 100-300 attendees.

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  • Share and learn Atlassian product knowledge, best practices, and case studies.
  • Provide valuable user input to Atlassian so that they can keep making great products for us to use.
  • Network and build a support system with fellow Atlassian product users.

Atlassian Community Nairobi is an award-winning community:

  1. SET THE STANDARD 2022
  2. SET THE STANDARD 2018
  3. MOST ACTIVE in EMEA 2017
  4. Global MASTER OF CONVERSION WINNER 2017

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Speaker

  • Joseph Njogu

    Joseph Njogu

    ARC Ride

    Software & DevOps Engineer

    I am a software and DevOps Engineer currently working at ARC Ride Kenya, an EV company based in London and its branches in Kenya. I have previously worked for Cherehani Agriculture also known as Fuga Africa as a DevOps Engineer, worked for Savannah Informatics as a software Engineer and lastly Cryosoft Inc as a Software and Infrastructure Engineer.

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Moderator

  • Michael Kimathi

    Michael Kimathi

    Impact Masters & Africa's Talking

    Consulting Entrepreneur & Developer Relations Community

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When

Saturday, Jan 14
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EAT)

Where

iHub, 6th Floor, Senteu Plaza
Galana/Lenana Road Junction Nairobi, Kenya00505

Group Leader

  • Michael Kimathi

    Michael Kimathi

    Impact Masters and Africa's Talking

    Atlassian Community Leader

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