DevOps: the Future of Software Development for IoT Systems Workshop by SINTEF (session II)
DevOps has recently emerged as a software development practice that encourages developers to continuously patch, update, or bring new features to the system under operation without sacrificing quality. Software development and delivery of IoT systems would greatly benefit from DevOps as devices and IoT services requirements for reliability, quality, security and safety are paramount. However, even if DevOps is not bound to any application domain, many challenges appear when the IoT intersects with DevOps. As a result, DevOps practices are far from widely adopted in IoT, in particular, due to thea lack of key enabling tools.
In this workshop, we would like to invite speakers and panellists from both academia and industry to discuss with IoT Week 2019 attendees the future of the software development and operation of IoT systems. In particular, we will promote discussions about aspects related to the challenges and benefits of adopting DevOps for IoT system, the important tools to enable it, and the challenges and solutions to guarantee IoT systems trustworthiness. These discussions will be based on, but not limited to, the results from the H2020 ENACT project, with prototype DevOps tools and their demonstrations on use cases from intelligent transportation, smart buildings and healthcare domains.
The speakers and panellists will be a balance between ENACT partners and external experts, and between academic and industry. We will also try to invite policy makers from the European Commission to join the panel discussions.