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Nov 01

09:00

Data Platforms – 1 Nov

Edze Knol, Renald Buter, Diederik Greveling, Luuk Figdor, Santiago Ruiz, Marcel Raas, Charlie Evans, René van Osnabrugge
In this video stream, we will dive deep into the modern data platform. After an overview of the components of the modern data stack, several seasoned experts, including Luuk Figdor (AWS), Santiago Ruiz (Royal Schiphol Group), eBay, Kevin Duisters (Interfood) and more, will share their experiences with the implementation of modern data platform and data applications that are built using the latest standards.
Technologies: Google Cloud AWS
Topics: Data & AI Devops
10:00

Growing your DevOps Mindset

René van Osnabrugge
In this session, I will talk about what a DevOps MindSet is. How to recognize fears and counter-productive behavior and give you some tips and insights on how to start growing a DevOps Mindset for yourself and your colleagues.
Technologies:
Topics: Devops
13:30

Engineering Culture – 1 Nov

Steven Nooijen, Camilla Björkqvist
People and organization are essential factors for the implementation of successful data science products. Join this stream to learn how to develop a DevOps mindset and how to implement an agile approach to building data pipelines. Finally, learn how Danone established an enterprise-wide data literacy program.
Technologies:
Topics: Data & AI Devops
14:45

Workshop: Accelerate your cloud adoption with the AWS Cloud Development Kit

Sidney Borrego y Diaz
In this hands-on workshop, Sidney will guide you through setting up an enterprise CDK construct repository. Using this repository he will demonstrate how to enable teams to speed up their CDK adoption while adhering to company security and compliance standards.
Technologies: AWS
Topics: Infrastructure as Code
16:30

Compelling reasons to adopt the public cloud

Jeroen van der Leer
Jeroen van der Leer discusses five main reasons modern organizations choose to adopt the public cloud - and why you should too.
Technologies: AWS
Topics: Strategy
19:30

Managed Services done right

Marc Bruins, Casper Dijkstra, Max Verhorst
When software is developed in a DevOps way and runs in the cloud, why do we still manage it traditionally? Register for this talk show and hear all about Managed Services done right.
Technologies: Microsoft
Topics: Strategy Devops

Nov 02

09:00

Strategy & Innovation – 2 Nov

Monique Dekker, Theo Gerrits, Guido van den Boom, Bas Karsemeijer, Renald Buter, Vadim Nelidov, Dirk Guijt, Marcus Azevedo
Experts from the field share the pros and cons of agile for teams that use cloud technology and learn from Bas Karsemeijer, head of Data & Analytics, how HEMA uses data to deliver an unforgettable customer experience.
Technologies: AWS
Topics: Strategy Data & AI
11:30

Security in the cloud – 2 NOV

Martijn Doedens, Steyn Huizinga, Jeroen Willemsen, Niels Zeilemaker
Technologies: AWS
Topics: Security
13:00

Infrastructure and Cloud-Native Engineering – 2 Nov

Luca Cavallin, Steyn Huizinga, Andrès Koetsier
Luca Cavallin obtained his Google Cloud Engineer Certificate and he will share which resources he used to prepare in the most efficient way. Learn how DSM’s Sustell enables farmers to measure their environmental footprint and test ways to improve it using AWS. The service uses over 700 data points and internationally certified calculation methodologies on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide the most accurate analysis to help farmers make the best environmental and business decisions.
Technologies: AWS
Topics: Infrastructure as Code Data & AI
14:45

Cloud Strategy & Engineering Innovation

Alexandru Iosup, Jeroen Reijn, Antoni Tzavelas, Luca Cavallin, Walter van der Scheer
Join this session for an interactive panel discussion about the treats of being a cloud engineer, the developments and a guestimate about what the future holds. After the panel discussion, professor Alexandru Iosup shares his insights in the European challenges of IT innovation.
Technologies:
Topics: Strategy Infrastructure as Code
15:15

Let’s play the SRE Game

Andrea Clasquin
Let's play a game! The Site Reliability Engineering Game is an online simulation in which we put you in charge of a fictional system landscape. Learn how to manage risks and improve reliability together.
Technologies:
Topics: Devops
16:45

dbt 101 – introduction to the dbt data transformation development framework

Renald Buter, Sara Leon, Kyle Coapman
DBT is a transformation layer that sits on top of a data warehouse, it makes moving data into warehouses easier. As such, it is an essential element of the modern data warehouse.
Technologies: dbt
Topics: Data & AI

Nov 03

08:45

the web-based workplace

Boris Du Bois, David Saris, Jeroen van Dam, Jeroen Hovinga, Jonas Aerts, Emiel Bekke, Ernst-Jan van Gils, Jochen Abrams, Freek van de Griendt
The web-based workplace is not the future. It is the present!
If your organization is not there yet, be sure not to miss our sessions.
Get inspired by customer experiences, best practices and practical insights!

This session will be held in DUTCH
Technologies: Google Workspace Chrome Enterprise Lumapps Salesforce Google Cloud Freshworks monday.com
Topics: Web Based Workplace
10:00

Cloud Transformation day for ISVs

Marcel de Vries, Geert van der Cruijsen, Alex de Groot, Fabian Klein Schiphorst
Xpirit presents a top-notch interactive talk show about Cloud Transformation for ISVs.
Technologies: Microsoft
Topics: Strategy
10:30

K-Sim Connect: How collaboration leads to successful innovation

Roy Cornelissen, Sander Aernouts, Gullik A. Jensen PhD, William Chaumeton
Technologies: Microsoft
Topics: Strategy Software Engineering
13:30

ML Ops workshop: Tensorflow Extended running on Airflow

Julian de Ruiter, Renald Buter, Roman Ivanov
Key concepts of TensorFlow Extended (TFX) and develop the skills to run TFX workflows on Apache Airflow. In this workshop, we’ll dive into TFX, a tool built for consistent and reliable deployment of TensorFlow-based models to production.
Technologies:
Topics: Data & AI
15:15

Data Observability with Soda

Renald Buter, Maarten Masschelein, Cor Zuurmond
Get to grips with the latest tools for data engineering and data observability: SODA. We will dive into SODA, a smart observability tool.
Technologies: SODA
Topics: Data & AI
15:45

Using Terraform with Confidence

Filip Chyla
You deployed your infrastructure, and a week later, you get a request to adjust it, based on security findings. Thus the game of ping pong with your security team begins, and they can take a lot of your time and energy. This session aims to provide you with ideas and possible solutions to minimize the number of rounds you need to play with your security team. I will share my ideas on setting up a Terraform pipeline on Github with checks and short feedback loops and deploying it into Google Cloud with confidence.
Technologies: Google Cloud
Topics: Infrastructure as Code Security
16:15

Cloud Security – It ain’t rocketscience, a variety perspective.

Edzo Botjes
Is a secure cloud possible or an neverending rat-race? We know the debate around “The Cloud Is Just Someone Else's Computer.” The cloud is an technology ecosystem that provided us so much more options than time-share mainframe, multi-user unix systems or patterns as CORBA and RPC could provide us. I'll introduce you into the concept of Variety known from Requise Variety. One of the key attributes of an antifragile IT systems. This concept will help you in design decision on the risk mitigation in the cloud.
Technologies:
Topics: Security
17:00

COILED: Burst to the cloud with data science and ML workflows

Renald Buter, Matt Rocklin
In this session, Matt Rocklin, CEO of Coiled, explains how they help data scientists use Python for ambitious problems, scaling to the cloud for computing power, ease, and speed—all tuned for the needs of teams and enterprises. Coiled is built on Dask, a free and open-source library that helps scale your data science workflows and provides a complete framework for distributed computing in Python.
Technologies:
Topics: Data & AI
17:45

NATS multi cloud event streaming

Luca Cavallin, Adelina Simion, Colin Sullivan
NATS is a lightweight, easy to deploy, high performance messaging system that builds upon cloud native infrastructure concepts. It is also open source and written in Go. In this session, Colin Sullivan will provide an introduction to NATS, Luca Cavallin compares NATS to GCP Pub/Sub. Finally, Adelina Simion delivers a workshop for you to get started with this event streaming platform. Form3 has been successfully using NATS for event streaming on our multi cloud architecture, which powers payments for Financial Institutions at high volumes. This talk will share Form3's knowledge and usage of this cool technology with the tech community.
Technologies: NATS
Topics: Data & AI

Nov 04

08:15

Workshop Delta Lake Sharing – Databricks – Nov 4

Kris Geusebroek , Robert Rodger
In May of this year, Databricks released Delta Sharing, an open protocol for the secure exchange of massive datasets. Through the generation of pre-signed, short-lived URLs pointing directly at requested data, and their distribution to authenticated data consumers, Delta Sharing facilitates real-time, platform-agnostic access to an organization’s information. This makes Delta Sharing well-suited as a means to inter-domain dataset distribution in the Data Mesh. Data Mesh is an architectural paradigm that erupted into the public consciousness at around the same time. This code breakfast consists of two parts.
Technologies: Databricks
Topics: Data & AI
10:00

Workshop: Building a modern web application on Azure, using Blazor and Bicep

Erwin Staal, Loek Duys
Join us for an in-person workshop on building a modern web application on Azure, using Blazor and Bicep.
Technologies: Microsoft
Topics: Software Engineering Infrastructure as Code
10:15

Stop procrastinating failure!

Dave van Stein, Viktor Clerc
For a long time the quality community has been shouting that early testing is necessary as incidents are really expensive to fix. With the rise of DevOps, build pipelines, and cloud technology the world has dramatically changed.
Technologies:
Topics: Software Engineering
10:45

Beyond Coding: ML Ops – Operating Machine Learning Models

Patrick Akil
Technologies:
Topics: Software Engineering
11:00

Cloud News – Club Cloud Stories – Nov 4

Luca Cavallin, Jacco Kulman, Mark van Holsteijn
In these live episode of Club Cloud Stories - The Cloud News, hosts Jacco and Luca discuss the latest cloud developments from Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform. Mark van Holsteijn will demonstrate a handy open-source tool for cloud-native engineering.
Technologies: Google Cloud AWS
Topics: Data & AI
11:30

RAPIDS Workshop – 4 Nov

RAPIDS is an open-source software that accelerates the whole Data Science Pipeline from Data Preparation/Visualization to Machine Learning on GPU. In this workshop, you get familiar with RAPIDS which runs on Python with pandas/scikit-learn-like API and you experience the speed-up it provides.
Technologies: RAPIDS
Topics: Data & AI
12:00

Observability in the cloud

Edze Knol, Geert-Hinke Addink
The Cloud can be a scary black box, with lots of components beyond your span of control. Observability helps you see in this darkness.
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Topics: Software Engineering Devops
12:30

Data Science in Production – 4 nov

Let’s take data science in production! In this stream, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from leading enterprises that leverage data applications to improve their operation. Guidion and Heineken are in totally different lines of business, but share the ambition to become AI-driven organizations. Besides technology, a strong culture built around skill and diversity allows teams to excel. Experienced consultant Serge Beaumont joins EV Box CIO Madeleine Smit and Elaine Versloot (Binx) to share their learnings regarding establishing diversity in tech teams.
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Topics: Data & AI
13:30

Terraform & Vault; Hashicorp’s Cloud Operating Model and Zero Trust

Guy Sayar
Let’s talk HashiCorp technology! We are happy to welcome Guy Sayar, Field CTO at Club Cloud. We will discuss the product scope of HashiCorp and the meaning of Cloud Operating Model in this context. You will learn whether HashiCorp does only address the needs of multi-cloud environments and how they tackle legacy tech that might be present in organizations. Join us to get a heads-start with the HashiCorp model.
Technologies:
Topics: Infrastructure as Code
15:00

Infrastructure-as-Code Workshop

Niels van Doorn, Thijs Elferink
During this short hands-on workshop, you will gain knowledge on how to deploy an application on Google Cloud Run by writing Infrastructure as Code using Terraform. In this workshop, you will be able to experiment with these technologies in a safe environment with no preparation required.
Technologies: Google Cloud AWS
Topics: Infrastructure as Code
16:30

Google Cloud Platform User Group Benelux

Google Cloud Platform User Group Benelux is providing a Meetup on the 4th of November about Data Management in the Cloud.
Technologies: Google Cloud
Topics: Data & AI
18:00

Google Cloud (DataMesh, Vertex AI, Anthos) – 4 nov

Navin Goel, Wouter Roosenburg, Rushil Sharma, Renald Buter, Luca Cavallin
Join Google's specialists to learn more about some of the hottest GCP topics of the moment: Datamesh, streaming data ingestion, Vertex AI and App Modernization with Anthos.
Technologies: Google Cloud
Topics: Data & AI

Nov 05

09:15

Data & AI at Scale – 5 Nov

Renald Buter, Jeremy Cohen, Alexander Hendorf, Maciej Brynski, Rafal Malanij
Technologies: dbt
Topics: Data & AI
10:00

Keeping up with your cloud knowledge

Steyn Huizinga, Sohan Maheshwar
Sohan Maheshwar (Developer Advocate at AWS) and Steyn Huizinga (CTO at Oblivion) explore the current state of cloud learnings and share their experiences on how you can continue to learn and grow in this domain.
Technologies: AWS
Topics: Strategy
11:15

Cloud-Native Software Development – 5 Nov

Léon Rodenburg, Patrick Akil, Sohan Maheshwar, Mirko van Ede, Rogier Lommers
Technologies: AWS
Topics: Software Engineering
12:45

Data Democratization

Renald Buter, Kevin Duisters, Juan Manuel Perafan, Jovan Gligorevic, Guillermo Sánchez Dionis, Bram Ochsendorf, Eduardo Neves, Pádraic Slattery
Data Democratization increases the usage of data assets, uncovers new opportunities with data, and improves existing data operations. All this expedites decision making and facilitates the creation of business value. Join these sessions to learn about Data Democratization, the Modern Data Stack, self-service analytics, and the new professional role in the data field: the Analytics Engineer.
Technologies: SODA dbt
Topics: Data & AI
14:15

“Terrible Terraform and how to avoid it”

Werner Buck
Let's travel through terrible terraform use-cases together. We will laugh, we will cry. And we will see how we can avoid it.
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Topics: Infrastructure as Code Devops
14:45

Q&A: AWS Cloud Development Kit Workshop Follow up

Sidney Borrego y Diaz
In this session Sidney gives the opportunity to answer questions that have arisen from his Cloud Development Kit on Monday: https://clubcloud.world/session/workshop-accelerate-your-cloud-adoption-with-the-aws-cloud-development-kit/.
Technologies: AWS
Topics: Infrastructure as Code
15:45

Picnic – Robotized warehouse, fraud detection and other new developments at Picnic

Daniel Gebler
In this session, Daniel Gebler, CTO at Picnic, will discuss a few recent developments in the cloud and data space at this fast-growing online grocery store. One of the topics will be the new automated fulfillment center that Picnic recently started using. This robotized warehouse of 25,000 m2 is built around infrastructure-as-code principles and uses the best of edge computing, on-prem hardware, and warehouse control systems. Furthermore, we will discuss new machine learning services that Picnic uses for fraud detection and order forecasting.
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Topics: Software Engineering Infrastructure as Code Data & AI