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How Bitso Empowers Its Devs to Troubleshoot K8s Independently


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More often than not, Kubernetes is behaving as it should: fast, agile and scalable. But what happens when K8s misbehaves? Do the responders have the right tools to deal with the situation? Or are they just part of an escalation chain that always leads to the same small group of experts?

Meet Bitso, a billion-dollar company and the largest crypto platform in Latin America, which has mastered the shift-left approach and empowered its dev team to troubleshoot K8s independently.

Join this session to hear Bitso’s engineering lead, Juan Jose Mejia, and Komodor’s head of solution architects, Oren Ninio, as they share Bitso’s journey and how the company was able to:

  • Create a lean (and mean) K8s troubleshooting workflow that reduced MTTR by 75%
  • Relieve DevOps bottlenecks and save more than 30 DevOps hours every week
  • Use a mix of developer-friendly tools and training strategies to bridge the K8s knowledge gap across the organization within just a few months
Juan José Mejia
Engineer Lead, Bitso
Juan José Mejía is an Engineer Lead at Bitso, where he leads a team dedicated to integrating new countries and making crypto useful for people in Latin America. Juan José, aka. Juanjo, is a specialist in payments processing. He started his career in 2013 and worked for Visa Argentina, where he built one of the biggest gateways of Argentina. Afterwards he continued working with different payments ecosystems. In 2021, Juanjo started his leadership career at Bitso where he found his passion in helping developers improve their processes and work-life balance.
Oren Ninio
Head of Solution Architects, Komodor
Oren started out at Loom Systems (acquired by Service Now), then led the Customer Focus group at Check Point. He’s a fast mover and a slow cooker, with a passion for processes, procedures, R&D culture and sous vide. Basically, he likes breaking and fixing things by understanding the big picture. Being a problem solver at heart, Oren is currently helping dev and ops teams around the world to troubleshoot Kubernetes.

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