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OSAD Workshops

On Monday 04.10.2021 we invite you to participate in our OSAD workshops.

Location: Online

Duration: All day

Please note: The purchase of a workshop ticket includes admission to both conference days on October 5th and October 6th.

Efficient DevSecOps Pipelines in a Cloud-Native World

This workshop uses GitLab as a CI/CD platform and demonstrates basic and advanced best practices for workflow optimization.

This includes auto-scaling, parallelization, hidden gems in DSL configuration and many more YAML tips and tricks.

More information can be found here.

Michael Friedrich
Michael FriedrichGitLab, Developer Evangelist

Ansible Advanced Workshop

The Ansible Advanced Workshop is aimed at all those who have already gained initial experience with Ansible and would like to deepen their knowledge in the subject.

In this training, the participants learn the basics for developing their own modules and filters. Dynamic inventories and addressing cloud providers are looked at in more detail. Ansible workflows in the context of Git and CI pipelines are discussed. Ansible Collections are illuminated in more detail and also some written themselves. The course consists of a combination of lecture and relevant and practical exercises.

More information can be found here.

Dr. Bernhard Hopfenmüller
Dr. Bernhard HopfenmüllerATIX AG, Senior IT-Consultant

Debugging & Fixing Kubernetes Apps

This workshop will cover the transition from a just-running container to a clean Kubernetes application. Concepts, best practices and tools will be demonstrated, explained and practiced using practical examples.

Containerizing a legacy application and making it work in Docker is one thing. Developing a true cloud-native application for Kubernetes is something else, especially because debugging and troubleshooting in Kubernetes works a little differently than in traditional IT.

More information can be found here.


Lukas Paluch
Lukas PaluchATIX AG, IT-Consultant
Pascal Fries
Pascal FriesATIX AG, IT-Consultant

SaltStack 101

When it comes to efficiently managing even large system landscapes, Salt is a popular tool.

As a representative of the Infrastructure as Code tools, it implements desired states in a controlled and incremental manner; administrators do not have to worry about the steps required for this.

More information can be found here.

Christian Stankowic
Christian StankowicSVA, Senior System Engineer

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