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Buy your tickets before February 21 and save up to €200

JAX DevOps very early bird sale – Buy your tickets now and get a free Arduino kit or Nintendo Mini

JAX Editorial Team
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Are you ready for JAX DevOps 2019? Buy your tickets now and save up to €200. Plus, get a free Arduino kit or Nintendo Mini!

JAX DevOps 2019 is going to be off the hook as software industry pioneers get together in London to present some of the most interesting and important trends in DevOps this May.

JAX DevOps is a four-day conference for software experts featuring in-depth knowledge of the latest technologies and methodologies for lean businesses. Join the software delivery revolution for accelerated delivery cycles, faster changes in functionality and increased quality in delivery.

With our Very Early Bird offer, you can take advantage of group discounts and save up to £200! Plus, if you buy your tickets now, you’ll receive an Arduino Starter Kit or a Nintendo Classic Mini!

Let’s take a closer look at the conference track:

  • Continuous Delivery: valuable practical knowledge on how to automate the software delivery process and boost productivity.
  • Docker & Kubernetes: use cases and best practices for working with the likes of Docker, Kubernetes, Mesos & Co.
  • Microservices: learn how to maximize development productivity and minimize mistakes.
  • Business & Company Culture: Do you know what it means to create an agile company culture and promote agile values? Let’s have a sneak peek into the changes that have shaped the corporate culture and a helping hand with the process of becoming fully agile.
  • Could Platforms & Serverless: insight into the newest approaches to set up cloud-based or even cloud-native applications

JAX DevOps 2019 consists of:

  • 6 focused tracks of workshops, sessions, and keynotes
  • 40+ International speakers and industry experts
  • Insightful Keynotes addressing actual trends and best practices
  • Expo reception with top IT companies on May 15-16

Are you feeling thrilled? Make sure you get your Very Early Bird offer before time runs out!

JAX DevOps speakers

Many of this year’s lineup for JAX DevOps are featured in this month’s JAX Magazine.

Here’s what Abby Kearns had to say about the future of DevOps:

We’ve seen a number of significant changes over the last few years when it comes to DevOps – most obviously, the development of a DevOps culture in place of siloed teams. Cloud native technologies are often found at the root of this shift as they empower teams to work collaboratively with agility and flexibility previously thought impossible. I expect to see a DevOps culture continue to flourish in the coming year – and that’s not all.

Michiel Rook was bullish about CI/CD’s future:

CD can significantly improve the time to market, software quality, and speed of delivery. Indeed, continuous delivery is by now recognized as a pillar of modern software development.

Indeed, as research and market reports have shown, teams that apply continuous delivery in their work enjoy significantly lower change failure rates and faster time to recover from outages, when compared to teams that don’t. By deploying far more frequently and automating the entire build and deployment pipeline, these teams get fast feedback on their changes and are able to spend more time on actual work.

And Jussi Nummelin is interested in seeing where the field of DevOps will develop:

In 2019, we’ll continue to see the adoption of Kubernetes to grow almost exponentially. The increase in higher-level application constructs being developed on top of Kubernetes may even help the adoption rate grow. The growth will not happen without any pain, though; some of the complexity around Kubernetes may backfire a bit. In 2019, this might mean heated discussions or debates around various concepts such as API design, cluster simplification, or operator overflow. One interesting discussion has already started to raise its head: hyper-converged vs. bare-bones clusters. There seems to be two “camps” on this, as some prefer to run their clusters as bare bones and keep the functionality to a minimum “just schedule my pods”. Others build storage, networking, and some higher level operators into the cluster to have everything available within the cluster for applications. Only time will tell on this matte

We can’t wait to see you in London!

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