PyCon: DevOps Session List
Battle of Pipelines - who will win python orchestration in 2022?
Jannis GrönbergArchitecture, Data Engineering, DevOps
You struggle choosing the right #orchestration tool in #Python ? Join this #PyCon talk about when it's best to use #Kubeflow, #Airflow or #Prefect and learn how to automate your #data #pipelines and #ML workflows. #DataScience #dataengineering #DevOps #MLOps
Forget Mono vs. Multi-Repo - Building Centralized Git Workflows with Python
David MelamedCloud, Coding / Code-Review, DevOps, Security
No need to reinvent the CI/CD wheel for every service - learn how to build centralized git workflows for all your repos in Python.
Quitting pip: How we use git submodules to manage internal dependencies that require fast iteration
Philipp StephanBest Practice, Development Methods, DevOps, Packaging
After a review of the current state of Python dependency management, we’d like to present a versatile method of using git submodules to handle internal dependencies in a dockerized microservice architecture, where common libraries have to be iterated quickly.
The state of DevOps for Python projects
Tobias HeintzData Engineering, Development Methods, DevOps
How alcemy uses DevOps techniques to streamline and accelerate our daily development. Let's look at a number of real-world examples and best practices taken straight from the pipelines we use to release code several times a day.
We know what your app did last summer. Do you? Observing Python applications using Prometheus.
Jessica Greene (she/her), Vanessa AguilarData Visualization, DevOps, Performance
We know what your app did last summer. Do you? Join us for this practical & theoretical session if you’re looking to grasp the key concepts of observability, useful metrics, and ensuring operational excellence for your Python applications using Prometheus!