DevOps Summit Program

3 October 2019


9 a.m. – 10 a.m.

Don’t miss the start with a good breakfast.

10 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
Opening address

The opening address will be given by Petr Lukasík from Tieto and Jan Platoš from VŠB-TUO.

Petr Lukasík

Head of Tieto Czech @ Tieto

Jan Platoš

Head of Department of Computer Science @ VŠB-TUO

10:15 a.m. – 11 a.m.
AWS future in public cloud

The public cloud is changing not only the IT landscape but also how to do business. AWS is the creator of much of the new technology and there is a shift from traditional IT to a new way of creating software. This talk will focus on the trends on where the newest cloud technology is being developed like machine learning and serverless computing.

Paul Ahlgren

Senior Partner Solutions Architect @ Amazon

11:00 a.m. – 11:20 a.m.
Coffee Break

Time for refreshments and coffee.

11:20 a.m – 11:50 a.m.
AWS infrastructure in 15 minutes
  • Infrastructure as a code? Why? 
  • CloudFormation
  • Terraform

To fully use the power of the AWS cloud, you must be able to spin up/down your infrastructure as easily as possible. This is not possible by shell scripts or clicking in the web console. I will show you tools well suited to automate your way in AWS and compare them in features and abilities, so you can easily pick one better for your use case. 

David Karban

AWS Cloud Konzultant @ WFTech

12:00 a.m. – 12:30 a.m.
The power of serverless

Containers rule the world,but there is also something more trying to replace them.

  • Serverless in general (Serverless framework)
  • AWS option
  • API gateway, S3, SQS, aj.
  • Kiwi use cases – Lambda edge, IOT, API gateway + comparison of why they chose to work in this
  • Disadvantages of Serverless
  • Deploy Go-aplikace – life demo
Tomáš Papež

Migration Squad Lead @ Kiwi

12:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Lunch Break, Workshops and Ask Experts zone

Time to recharge, go to workshops and meet our speakers.

2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
NetApp Kubernetes Service

Run and manage cloud infrastructure at scale with universal Kubernetes control plane, regardless of where your cloud lives (AWS, Azure, Google). It allows you to easily create Kubernetes Cluster within three clicks and make your integration to DevOps workflow as easy as possible.

Petr Kubeš

Senior Solution Architect @ ALEF Nula

2:40 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
DevOps tools on AWS

Nowadays many companies need tools for their DevOps way of working. Using our product built on AWS we would like to show how to share the resources there and host their own containers very fast and cheap.

Petr Klozík

Senior Software Architect @ Tieto

3:25 p.m. – 3:55 p.m.
Terraform – Startup factory for your ideas

Serverless startup example with everything in code (infra, app) to integrate app with external public API. Few steps how to provision your fresh new AWS account using terraform.

David Mončka

Lead Software Architect @ Tieto

4:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Coffee Break

Time for refreshments and coffee.

4:15 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Production-ready Kubernetes-based platforms on AWS

How we use cloud-native principles for the design of custom Kubernetes platforms.

We will talk about how we utilise technologies such as Kubernetes, Gitlab CI, Terraform and AWS services in our setup.

In the practical part, we will discuss a customer case study and show a live deployment of a new version of an application.

Marek Bartík

Cloud Architect @ Revolgy

4:55 p.m. – 5:25 p.m.
Jenkins & AWS Spot Instance: Cost effective CI/CD solution

Cost management:
On the real examples that work on, I ́ll show how AWS services save time and money. 
Examples of using EC2 spot instances: 
Cost effective CI/CD using spots integration and Jenkins.
Test instances.
AWS Lambda features:
Examples where using Lambda solved scaling and reduced costs to almost zero.
Use of Lambda for various project service tasks.
Migration to AWS:
Production migration from datacenter to AWS – real demonstration
The future of AWS in Zonky: Kubernetes, Kafka

Martin Stiborský

 SRE Lead @ Zonky


from 1pm
Competitive Programming

Tomas has been involved in global algorithmic competition for 5 years. Currently it is the tenth in the Czech Republic (out of 240) and is one of the top 1000 in the world) out of 175,000). He has participated in a total of 23 competitions in which around 11,000 people from all over the world are fighting.

He won 5 gold, 11 silver and 6 bronze. The success rate is 99.29. The rating works so that 4 percent of the best earn a gold medal and 12 percent a silver. 25 percent a bronze.

Who is the workshop-Competitive programming for?

All participants should have a basic knowledge of at least on of the programming languages – Java, C, C++, C#, Python.

What awaits you?

You will try to solve algorythmic tasks that are part of Tom´s training  plan in competitive programming. Tomáš will assist you in solving easch task and will evaluate the right solution together with you at the end.

What you need to participate in the workshop?

Please bring your laptop and also the desire to torment your brain threads. IDE advantage, not condition.

Tomáš Kytlica

Senior Software Developer @ Tieto

from 1pm
Infrastructure as a Code

Come to try what “Infrastructure as a code” means and what its benefits are.

Take the opportunity to experience AWS first hand – Amazon CloudWatch, CloudFront and more.

Who is the Infrastructure as a code workshop for?
All participants should have a basic knowledge of AWS Global Infrastructure (Regions & Availability Zones), AWS EC2 and S3 services.

What awaits you?
This workshop gives you a basic understanding of the CloudFormation service you need to know in the real world. We will discuss the basics of this service and show you how to work with it. Thanks to this knowledge you can make your work more efficient and more competitive.

What awaits you?
Each participant receives access to a pre-made AWS account – no need to create an account. A step-by-step tutorial will help you learn how to work with the AWS platform, making it easy for you to complete your project. And if you will be in trouble, our AWS specialists will be happy to help you. You will learn to use concepts such as Auto Scaling, High Availability and Reliability.

What do you need to participate in the workshop?
Please bring your own laptop with text editor (preferably Notepad ++).

Lukáš Rucký

AWS Technical Specialist @ Tieto

from 1pm
IT infrastruktura v Azure – laboratoř reálného prostředí

Ondřej Václavů-  IT infrastructure in Azure – Hand-on lab on real environment

How to be even more efficient and competitive at work? An introduction to Azure infrastructure and services and its deployment to the Microsoft environment. Reviewing traditional and modern practices in building IT infra. What was wrong and how we can do it better?

Hands-on lab on real Azure environment, examples from real life. We evaluate both infrastructure and platform services.

Who is the workshop for – IT infrastructure in Azure – Hand-on lab on real environment for?

All participants should have a general overview of IT infrastructure and basic concepts such as VM, Cloud, firewall, load balancing and others.

What awaits you?

We will briefly learn about MS Azure and explore how to quickly and easily deploy IT infrastructure into this environment.

You will try to deploy a simple IT infrastructure to Azure using both the Azure Portal graphical environment and the ARM template (IaC).

What do you need to participate in this workshop?

Please bring your laptop with modern web browser.

Ondřej Vaclavů

Azure architekt @ Tieto

Come to the largest DevOps event

Tickets are limited.


CZK 450


Consultations with speakers in the Ask Experts zone

Professionals contacts in the industry

Selected speakers



Great catering

Entertainment (laser game, virtual reality, air hockey…)

Student ticket

CZK 150 (with ISIC)


IT career consultations with experts

Consultations with speakers in the Ask Experts zone

Selected speakers



Great catering

Entertainment (laser game, virtual reality, air hockey…)

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