Baron is the CTO and founder of VividCortex, the best way to see what your production database servers are doing. Baron has written a lot of open source software, and several books including High Performance MySQL. He’s focused his career on learning and teaching about scalability, performance, and observability of systems generally (including the view that teams are systems and culture influences their performance), and databases specifically.
Jessica Kerr is a developer at Atomist, where she works in the domain of software development. She’s obsessed with automation as a way to change-and-learn-about our own work, from delivery to code upkeep. Meanwhile she speaks at conferences about TypeScript, yak shaving, music, and symmathesy.
Corey is a Cloud Economist at quinnadvisory.com, which helps companies large and small with their horrifying AWS bills. He also runs lastweekinaws.com, a newsletter blending snark with weekly happenings in Amazon’s cloud ecosystem.
He can frequently be seen giving talks about Docker, git, configuration management, and the finer points of DevOps culture.
Aaron Aldrich is the Director of Support Services and DevOps Evangelist at Cage Data and a founding organizer of the DevOps CT meetup. Following a career that’s been user-facing and operationally focused has given him an empathetic view of technology’s role in our lives. His writing can occasionally be found on http://cagedata.com/blog if it’s greater than 140 characters or on twitter @crayzeigh if fewer.
Aaron has worked in Software for over a decade. He is happiest when working in Ruby on Linux or Mac, specifically Chef. However will work on whatever the project needs to get done. He is genuinely curious and interested in understanding things and making them better.
Aaron Kalin is a Site Reliability Engineer who works with DNSimple to maintain their fleet of DNS servers. Aaron believes in simple, sustainable deployment and testing of software to deliver great experiences to customers and developers alike. Aaron is also a very active open source contributor and project maintainer for various projects around servers and software who has been in the industry for over 15 years.
Aaron Rinehart currently serves as Chief Enterprise Security Architect at the UnitedHealth Group and has worked and consulted in the field of Information Security and Technology for organizations such as the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the Department of Defense (DoD). Aaron has been a featured speaker at several media outlets and conferences, most notably the National Press Club in Washington DC, RSA, HITRUST, DOES Conf and ABC News. Aaron has been interviewed and quoted in various publications including the Huffington Post, Medill News Service, and CBS MarketWatch.
Social engineer, provocateur, Detroiter, optimist.