In June 2016, Jon spoke at the London DevOps Meetup, talking about Identity in AWS. He covered general IAM principles and good practice, as well as talking about cross-account role assumption, federated identity, and AWS Cognito.
At the London Puppet User Group Meetup in May 2016, Mike Mead spoke about how we use catalog testing to quickly check for correctness in our Puppet manifests.
Jon shares how we've brought startup-like agility to customers in more regulated industries such as pharmaceuticals and finance, without the need for Word documents or Sharepoint workflows.
Recorded at PuppetConf 2015 in Portland, Oregon, you can watch the video here.
Sturgeon's revelation states that "ninety percent of everything is crap", and this is particularly true of computer systems. Given at the Hacker News London meetup in October 2014, this presentation talks about building platforms for the real world.
At the UNICOM DevOps Summit in February 2014, Jon presented on the use of Vagrant and Puppet for providing per-developer environments - including a live demo of the approach in action.
You can try the code yourself too, visit the GitHub Project and follow the instructions in the README.
In September 2013, Jon spoke at DrupalCon Prague, covering some of the things we learned whilst introducing a DevOps capability into a large, established organisation. A frank discussion of the issues, it covers what we did badly as well as what we did well.
You can view a recording of the talk.