All Day DevOps: Practitioner-to-Practitioner
All Day DevOps will deliver 57 practitioner-led sessions. Every session will be live, online, and free. We want to share global DevOps expertise with everyone.
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Over the past year, I have traveled to and delivered presentations at 18 DevOps events. I’ve also heard that over the past several years, John Willis has participated in more than 200 DevOps events. However, not all of us have the time or budget to get ourselves and our teams out to these events where we can learn from other practitioners.
All Day DevOps will deliver 57 practitioner-led sessions over 15 hours and 15 time zones. No vendor pitches are allowed. To break the travel and budget barrier for you and your teams, we are delivering every session live, online, and free of charge. Every session will also be recorded. We are doing this because we want to share global DevOps expertise with everyone.
More than 4,600 people have now registered for the conference. We have an awesome speaker lineup covering three tracks: modern infrastructure, CI/CD, and automated security. Here is a sample of some of the great sessions being delivered:
- Meta Infrastructure as Code: How Capital One Automates Our Automation Tools With an Immutable Jenkins, by George Parris (Master Software Engineer at Capital One).
- Speaking for the Dead: Critical Positive Lessons From Waterfall and Monolithic Architectures, by Michael DeHann (Former CTO and Founder of Ansible).
- I, for One, Welcome Our New Robot Overlords, by Mykel Alvis (DevOps Computational Demonologist at Cotiviti).
- Stop Changing Your Password, by Chris Swan (CTO Global Infrastructure at CSC)
- System Hardening using Ansible: Application Deployment + Configuration Management + Continuous Delivery, by Akash Mahajan (Lead at OWASP Bangalore).
- Building Codes for Building Code, by Josh Corman (Director of Cyber Statecraft at Atlantic Council).
Don’t Just Listen, Talk DevOps
One of the big pieces of input we have received from in the community is that everyone wants an opportunity to interact. This is why we are building a dedicated team room in Slack for you. Every attendee will have the chance to interact with the speakers in the Slack room. Q&A will be live, online, and freely accessible. We will also have birds-of-a-feather channels set up for those with questions to be helped by those with answers.
If you would like to join us, can you register for free. A big thanks goes out to Alan and his team at DevOps.com for helping us spread word of the event here. We are really excited to have teams from North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia joining us for the event!
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