DevOpsCon early bird special: Attend remotely or in Munich
DevOpsCon gives you the opportunity to learn about the latest tools and technologies. Seasoned experts will share insights on Continuous Delivery, microservices, containers, Kubernetes, security, cloud and lean business, and more. Attend remotely or in-person in Munich.
Looking to learn more about DevOps and take your knowledge base to the next level? Attend sessions and workshops from international DevOps experts at DevOpsCon Munich. The conference for Continuous Delivery, microservices, containers, cloud & lean business takes place November 29 – December 2, 2021 in Munich, or remote from wherever you are.
Workshops and sessions are streamed live so you can work remotely, from wherever you are, while still having the opportunity to network and get in touch with experts and expo partners.
And best of all: You can access recordings of all sessions for one year after the conference.
Tip: The early bird sale ends in two days!
- Transformation Day for free: Buy a 3-Day pass until August 19 and get the Transformation Day for free.
- Raspberry Pi or C64 Mini for free: Buy a 3- or 4-Day pass until August 19 and get a Raspberry Pi or C64 Mini for free.
- Register until August 19 and save up to € 830.
- Receive an additional 10% discount when registering with 3+ colleagues.
Learn more about the hybrid conference model here.
The DevOpsCon team is looking forward to seeing you, either on-site, or remotely from your laptop at home!
Lack of communication and collaboration between departments is no longer an issue keeping employers up at night; DevOps is meant to radically optimize IT in a world where shorter development cycles and system stability don’t necessarily go hand in hand. Classic infrastructure is specifically affected: characterized by Infrastructure as a Service, microservices or container technology, new techniques emerge.
However, all these tools and technologies only provide value when used with the right corporate culture which emphasizes values such as transparency and collaboration. In this track, DevOps practitioners share their success stories and provide tips on how to kick-start your DevOps adoption.
Modern cloud platforms represent more than an opportunity to transfer applications to public data centers. They offer a plethora of technical services that are challenging the conventional ways of building and using software. Data management, user and permissions management (identity), networks, management and monitoring, and scaling are at hand as services in such environments. Calling one of those services takes just seconds to complete. In this track we offer insight into the newest approaches to setting up cloud-based or even cloud native applications – from AWS to Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud to the newest trends towards serverless (FaaS) computing.
Container technology is spreading like wildfire in the software world — possibly faster than any other technology before. But what are the key learnings so far? Have the initial assumptions about the way in which containers revolutionize both the development and deployment of software been verified or falsified? What are the challenges when using containers in production and where are we headed? This track provides use cases and best practices for working with the likes of Docker, Kubernetes & co.
Continuous delivery successfully merges the process of build, test and deploy in an agile spirit. Smooth integration of agile tools is necessary even if this concept works best when merged with another buzzword that is close to developers’ hearts: automation. The Continuous Delivery & Automation track offers valuable practical knowledge on how to automate software delivery and boost productivity.
One of the most important DevOps trends today is the ambition to include security aspects throughout the entire lifecycle of an application. “DevSecOps” is the battle cry to tear down the silos of isolated security departments, which are too often involved too late in the development process in order to care for the security of the systems.
In addition to this “security shift left”, the DevOpsCon Security track provides valuable hands-on sessions to help you identify and fix weaknesses in your IT systems. There will also be a special focus on the specific security requirements in the context of cloud, container and microservices.
Microservices have metamorphosed into a state-of-the art way to reduce unnecessary complexity in modern enterprise systems. In addition, they make deployment and agile development much easier. In DevOpsCon’s Microservices track you will learn how to maximize development productivity and minimize mistakes. Is the future asynchronous? Can you automate your data center with containers? Is the serverless cloud a fad or a buzzword? Let’s discover that together.
Native cloud applications typically consist of a number of autonomous (micro)services that communicate with each other via interfaces. While the complexity of the services aims to be low, there are new challenges for the overall system architecture. Specifically, there is a need for innovative solutions for cross aspects like dependency management, monitoring, and logging in order to guarantee the frictionless orchestration of the different service components.
The Monitoring, Traceability & Diagnostics track is all about the complexity of microservices applications. Its scope ranges from performance analytics, profiling, and monitoring, to log management for Docker, Swarm, Kubernetes & co.