Cracow, March 2016

Topic 1: Ansible not only for the stubborn – change your old habits 
Topic 2: The working environment in a few lines – or Ansible and Cocker for a programmer

Subject 1: Ansible not only for the stubborn – change your old habits 

During the lecture, participants learned about the basic Ansible elements. They learned to organise their machines. They found out what variables are available and the order in which they’ll be interpreted. Łukasz also demonstrated the problems he encountered in a heterogeneous production environment. Following the lecture, participants will be familiar with the new features introduced in version 2.0 such as exceptions catching and handling.

Subject 2: The working environment in a few lines – or Ansible and Cocker for a programmer

A lecture which talked about how to set up a local working environment quickly and at low cost, where you’ll be able to test your own code. Marcin describes the presentation as a lecture “thanks to which you and your admin will be happy! You, as it will mark an end to your constant questions about how to configure an applications server or a database – it will be done automatically for you, and your admin, as right from the outset you’ll be delivering code tested in conditions more like those encountered in production”.

Marcin Skarbek

Chaos Monkey at Lumesse, or the embodiment of evil and programmers’ bogeyman. Supporter of containerization and automation, Red Hat Linux proponent. Promoter of open standards and open code.

Łukasz Proszek

Administrator / DevOps w Lumesse. Na co dzień zajmujący się automatyzacją czego się da, a czasem tego czego się nie da. Ewangelista Pythona i Ansible. Regularnie zmagający się z heterogenicznymi środowiskami.