More devs on devops with Docker Orchestration.


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Alessandro Lai at 11:52 on 14 May 2016

The talk flow was not perfect, maybe more practicing could be helpful. The talk overall was interesting but not too deep or practical as I would liked. unfortunately, a bit of slide glitches were present, but it wasn't his fault.

fmosca at 11:59 on 14 May 2016

best demo ever.

Simon Vocella at 12:08 on 14 May 2016

Good talk!

Kudos for the great passion and enthusiasm and for the great slides.

The topic should probably be shrinked a little bit to avoid getting lost in too many informations.

Luca Saba at 19:33 on 14 May 2016

Good talk with many interesting ideas.

A lot of good advices. I really liked the way the speaker explained what devop means.

Samuele Lilli at 10:32 on 15 May 2016

Good talk after all.
It gives me some pointers about containers vs virtualization and let us know what type of tools and difficulties we can face when using docker (that I really never used, so, it was helpful).

Some very interesting cues, but the presentation was often confusing, rushing forward and back, and incomplete.

Giorgio Cefaro at 09:37 on 16 May 2016

witg liuggio on stage it's guaranteed you'll learn something new. Needs to pay more attention on timing!

One of the best talks this year. The docker ecosystem is too complex to distill all concepts within an hour, however Giulio was able to summarize a lot of technical aspects and useful tips

Sergey Kibish at 08:31 on 17 May 2016

I'm sorry for criticism, but I found this talk a little bit like "Heah, Docker is cool, and this is cool, and that is cool... Use it!" (just shouting) but without any real life example. Demo was, but it was like just for fun, because was no explanation on what is going on behind the curtains.