Config Management Camp

Augst 3, 2017

Portland , Oregon


After 4 successful events in Gent and one in Berlin, Config Management Camp is crossing the Atlantic for the very first time. Together with the team from Devopsdays Portland we'll be running a 1 day Config Management Camp after Devopdsays Portland. Stay tuned for more news and a CFP soon !

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You can register for both Devopsdays Portland and Config Management Camp Portland The Schedule for Config Management Camp and Container Day Portland can be found on the Devopsdays Portland site. We are the 3rd day !


Time CfgMgmtCamp Track ContainerDay Track
08:00 - 09:00 Registration, Breakfast
09:00 - 09:15 Welcome
09:15 - 09:50 (Opening Keynote) Kelsey Hightower : VoiceOps
09:50 - 10:25 Max Timchenko : I got a lot of problems with infrastructure-as-code and now you're gonna hear about it Christopher Adeo : Things to Know About the Istio Project
10:25 - 10:45 Break
10:45 - 11:20 Mike Place : Event Driven Infrastructure Kristen Accardi : Deploying Kubernetes Clusters with the Ciao Project
11:20 - 11:55 Eric Maxwell : Building security into your workflow with InSpec Dustin Kirkland : Bare Metal Kubernetes -- More Containers, Less Overhead
11:55 - 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 14:00 Ignites (may be in a different order) :
  • Spencer Krum : Vox Pupuli
  • Bernd Erk : Monitoring as Code
  • Garrett Honeycutt : Layered Control Repos - Improving collaboration between teams
  • JJ Asghar : VMware ecosystem in 5 minutes
  • Josh Berkus : Our Immutable Future
  • Grace Chung : Fast, Reliable mongoDB deployment
  • Dennis Kliban : From Test to Prod with Containers
  • Chakradhar Rao Jonagam : Zero To Hero in 10 Minutes
  • Ken Mugrage : It's not Continuous Delivery if you can't deploy right now
  • Ryan Whitehurst : Reproducible Infrastructure With Terraform and Puppet
  • Rich Burroughs : What Are You Running? PuppetDB Knows.
14:00 - 14:35 Gene Liverman : Windows Configuration Management with Puppet William Henry : DevSecOps the Open Source Way
14:35 - 15:10 James Shubin : Next Generation Config Mgmt: The Language Torin Sandall : Enforcing Bespoke Policies in a Cloud Native System
15:10 - 15:30 Break
15:30 - 16:05 Dan Bode : Configuration Management -> Container Scheduling Ryan Jarniven : Developing with Minikube
16:05 - 16:40 Anubhav Mishra : Taming Terraform workflow using modules and Github for change management. Soam Vasani : Fission: Serverless Functions for Kubernetes
16:40 - 17:15 (Closing Keynote) Eric Sorenson : 20 years of Configuration Management


You can also already register for both Devopsdays Portland and Config Management Camp Portland


Config Management is the event for people interested in Open Source Configuration management to meet each other. will be the event where different communities will meet and exchange ideas both internally and within the broader community.

Community members are users and/or contributors. The broader community can and will be anyone else who is interested in participating in this event, such as industry consultants/integrators, analysts, commentators, bloggers, journalists and so on.

Taking place right after FOSDEM, Belgium you can do 2 Open Source events in 1 trip, so more value for your money. Taking place in Gent you can visit 2 Belgian cities, rather than one, and fall in love with Gent. will have different rooms for each community, hackspaces, trainings, workshops, and a general track with keynotes all about Configuration Management topics. Full schedule information is available on the schedule page. are also happy to welcome back the fringe events on Wednesday, including the traditional Puppet Contributors summit, another Foreman Construction day, and a Habitat Workshop. Find more details on the Fringe page.


We are looking for sponsors of all sizes. ConfigManagementCamp is looking for a large number of sponsors for all kinds of different things. The more sponsors we get the more we can give to our attendees, and since we hope to keep the event free, your contributions both big and small are welcome.

More specifically we are looking for named sponsors for Breakfast, Lunch, Breaks, Social Event, Speakers Dinner, and much more. Email to sponsor.

The current sponsor document is available here. This document contains information, if you are considering to support ConfigManagementCamp

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