WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO
What began in 2011 as “Camp DevOps”, a grassroots conference to bring together practitioners of DevOps to educate themselves on process and tools to make their jobs easier, has evolved into DevOps Connect. New name, same mission.
DevOps Connect events are currently being organized at existing conferences, such as at RSA Conference, as well as standalone events in cities around the globe.
DevOps.com is pleased to announce that we are producing a multi-event cdSummit with the CloudBees Jenkins Days Tour for eight US and four European locations in 2016. There will be 250+ dedicated attendees of the cdSummit & Jenkins Days that will be attending the day.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT CD SUMMIT
We started the cdSummits over a year ago, and now the DevOps Connect team have taken them to a whole new level and afforded CloudBees a broader audience for continuous delivery. The overall feel of the summits are friendly and inviting, allowing us to expand our reach and network with fellow peers and potential customers.
What a great summit on DevOps. Attending this event helped me better understand what it all means. Alan Shimel, Dan Berg, John Willis and the other speakers really made this event worth it, just exceedingly great information on how to use some DevOps strategies in real world process environments. I’m kind’a new to the whole DevOps thing, but got this DevOps for Dummies from IBM and it made it easy for anyone to understand, well maybe not anyone. Loved the food, loved the sponsors and made some new cool connects. Definitely attending the next event for sure.
The speaking opportunity at the cdSummit in Austin was a gratifying experience. The crowd was energetic and knowledgable. The conference was well run and, as a speaker, I felt welcome and valued. I look forward to being part of the event again next year.
Last year I had the pleasure of it being my second time attending an InnoTech Conference. What motivated me to travel from Dallas and attend the cdSummit at Austin Innotech, was the lineup of all the great visionary DevOps speakers such as Jez Humble, Andy Pemberton, David Lindquist, Chris Lazzaro, C. J. Paul, Boyd Hemphill, JP Morganthal amongst others. They were all from different companies, yet their discussions about the vision of Continuous Delivery had a lot of things in common with different flavors of implementation. Besides these discussions on Continuous Delivery, there were a variety of other very interesting topics regarding Application Security, Enterprise at Scale and Transformations just to name a few. As the cultural movement of DevOps continues to pickup heavy momentum, I am definitely looking forward to meeting and greeting other DevOps enthusiast/practitioners that will be attending this year’s DevOps.com cdSummit co-hosted with Innotech Dallas at the Irving Convention Center on April 6, 2016.