What Kubernetes Taught Me About Development

Put an end to the DevOps <> Development deadlock once and for all! Historically there has always been friction between development and operations. However, it is well known that true success with DevOps requires having the right culture in place. In this talk, I would like to share with you what Kubernetes taught me about development, DevOps, and how it impacted our company culture. We will discuss how shifting our automated infrastructure tests was the enabler for us to implement greater transparency and communication in our engineering organization, the backbone of a good DevOps culture. By implementing Kubernetes dev and operations best practices, we were able to accelerate delivery processes and ultimately created more secure and stable deployments by preventing misconfigurations from reaching production. The inherent practices required for managing k8s at scale were the driver for us to improve our internal dev and ops practices. This talk will walk you through some of the antipatterns K8s helped us avoid and the good dev patterns we were able to instil as a result.


  • Noaa Barki
    Noaa Barki

    Noaa is a full-stack developer, community manager, and tech writer who wishes to encourage developers to deepen the decisions we make during the development processes, research about the technologies we use and share our knowledge. She started her journey in the 8200 Unit of the IDF Intelligence forces where Noaa took her first steps in software development. In the last 4 years, her work has mainly included Angular, .NET, VanillaJS, and Typescript. She currently develops in React, NodeJS and Golang.


Jul 20 2022


16:15 - 16:45


Room Barcelona II