Top up your DevOps drive in Singapore

DevOpsCon Singapore very very early bird offer ends December 12

Chris Stewart

DevOpsCon is an international phenomenon with talks and workshops from thought leaders and specialists in the field. It’s the crucible of DevOps innovation and somewhere you want to be if networking is on your agenda. The very very early bird discount for DevOpsCon Singapore ends on December 12, so why not take a look before the price goes up?

DevOps Conference Singapore will kick 2020 off with a bang from March 23-26, 2020. There’s still time to take advantage of the very very early bird offer and save up to $690, get a free gift and Workshop Day included if you snag a 3-day ticket.

In 2020, DevOps Conference will take place five times in different locations across the world. The usual suspects London, Berlin and Munich will of course be on the agenda, but New York and Singapore are also on the cards, meaning we’re bringing DevOpsCon to two new continents in 2020.


Check out the conference page for more information.

devopsDevOpsCon very very early bird discount offers savings up to $690. Very very early bird registration ends on December 12, 2019. Plus, there’s also a few great extras included for those who strike while the iron is hot!

  • Raspberry Pi or C64 Mini: Register for a 3-day pass and choose between a Raspberry Pi or C64 Mini.
  • Workshop Day for free: Register for a 3-day pass and Workshop Day is included for free.
  • Group discount: Receive an additional 10% discount when registering with 3+ colleagues.
  • Extra Specials: Freelancers and employees of scientific institutions benefit from individual offers – if you’re interested, just send an email to [email protected]

DevOps Conference Singapore tracks

The tracks are:

  • Business & company culture
  • Cloud platforms & services
  • Kubernetes ecosystem
  • Continuous delivery & automation
  • Microservices & software architecture
  • Monitoring, traceability & diagnostics
  • #slideless

DevOpsCon Singapore 2020 program

The full program is not yet annnounced, but you can take a look at some of the highlights that are already online:

Real-world Continuous Delivery: learn, adapt, improve – Michiel Rook

Soothing the Pain: Easier CI/CD in a Kubernetes Microservices Environment Nir Koren

The What, When and How of Test Automation – Nishi Grover Garg

And there’s much more yet to come! Keep an eye on for more.

Chris Stewart
Chris Stewart is an Online Editor for He studied French at Somerville College, Oxford before moving to Germany in 2011. He speaks too many languages, writes a blog, and dabbles in card tricks.

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