💡 Google Developer Student Club - Georgian American Univerisity invites you to join another exciting session about the topic of “Getting Started with DevOps [Workshop]”
⚙️About the event: This workshop aims to introduce developers to Serverless, IaC, and Cloud Native on a surface level. Just enough info to give participants enough tools under their belt to go from an idea to PoC in a matter of minutes.
✨ About speakers:
David Tsulaia is a Senior DevOps Engineer at DataArt. He has been in the field for 10 years, started with networking, and when vendor battles got the best of me switched to open source and never looked back.
“A huge fan of Linux and creating solutions on it, I started automating boring day-to-day tasks early on. I like low-level development and optimizing things for performance. So being an engineer with system experience and some development as well I found myself being called DevOps one day. Trying my best to learn something new every day and teach whenever I can.” - David
Goga Samunashvili is a DevOps Engineer at DataArt. He started his career as a DevOps Engineer 2 years ago and has been qualified in this field professionally, deploying and maintaining infrastructure on AWS and creating solutions for medium and large businesses.
“Always interested in automation and smart robust CI/CD solutions developing infrastructure and merging those processes together. I am eager to teach others. trying to be helpful and making people reach their goals in this field is my hobby.” - Goga
Tornike Archvadze is a DevOps Engineer at DataArt. He has 4+ years of experience in the IT field. His work specializes in implementing Cloud based solutions on projects.
“At the start of my career, I was interested in penetration testing, and it is still a hobby that I do out of my job. My current position and cybersecurity, which was my inspiration to start in IT, are deeply related. So in the future, I am planning to extend my abilities in the DevSecOps field. My main focus on work is to automate each job and waste the least time on hand work, and I think it is the most important part of DevOps culture.” - Tornike
* All the participants must bring their own laptops in order to participate in a workshop. Make sure that you already have an AWS account by the time the workshop starts.
⚙️Working Language: Georgian
📢 Location: GeoLab, 10 Merab Aleksidze St, Tbilisi 0193
⏱Event Date: November 15th, 7 PM
Join us! 🎉