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All Day DevOps 2017: The Keynotes

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All Day DevOps 2017: The Keynotes

The All Day DevOps 2017 online conference wrapped up just recently. If you missed it, fear not... the All Day DevOps community will be rolling out loads of content in the coming weeks. For starters, check out these highlights of the keynotes.

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The All Day DevOps 2017 online conference wrapped up just a few weeks ago. If you missed it, fear not... the All Day DevOps community will be rolling out loads of content in the coming weeks highlighting the many different sessions & speakers involved, and DZone plans to keep you covered.

The free conference offered over 100, 45-minute sessions across five tracks in all time zones, simultaneously. Tracks included Continuous Everything, Modern Infrastructure and Monitoring, DevSecOps, Cultural Transformations, and DevOps in Government. And best of all, every session was practitioner-led with a "no vendor pitch" policy strictly enforced.

The Keynotes

Below, we'll briefly dip into the different keynotes, providing the primary presenter's summary of each talk as well as the full video recording for you to check out. Let's get to it!

Jaya Baloo: Everything is Quantum

As the race for quantum computing systems rapidly evolves, the threat to modern cryptography becomes more pressing. There must be new strategies and clear options to ensure data protection for the near and long-term.

The presentation will discuss current developments and projects in this area, which is set against the background of ever more persistent government surveillance.

Speakers and Moderators

David Robertson: The Power of Little Ideas

Conventional wisdom today says that to survive, companies must move beyond incremental, sustaining innovation and invest in some form of radical innovation. "Disrupt yourself or be disrupted!" is the relentless message company leaders hear. 

"The Power of Little Ideas" argues there's a "third way" that is neither sustaining nor disruptive. This low-risk, high-reward strategy is an approach to innovation that all company leaders should understand so that they recognize it when their competitors practice it, and apply it when it will give them a competitive advantage. 

Speakers and Moderators

  • David Robertson - Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan School of Management
  • Mark Miller - Co-Founder and Senior Storyteller, All Day DevOps 

Ann Winblad: The Rise of Software

I have been fortunate to be a venture capitalist for almost 30 years. In 1989 when we raised our first fund—the first venture fund 100% dedicated to software companies—132 institutional investors turned us down, saying that software investments were too risky as the assets—that would be you—walk out the door at night. We prevailed and raised the fund.

Each day of the last 28 years my job has been to audition the future and fund early-stage enterprise software companies.  We have had a ringside seat on the rise of software and a great opportunity to fund extraordinary engineers. Thank you for letting me share my thoughts with you today.

Speakers and Moderators

That's All... For Now!

This was just a brief look at the keynote talks that were held at All Day DevOps — a truly awesome and free online DevOps conference hosted by Sonatype and friends and supported by dev communities all over the world.

Make sure to check out the All Day DevOps site and blog, stay tuned to DZone as we release more content from the conference, and go ahead & mark your calendar for October 24th, 201—the date for next year's All Day DevOps event.

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