The first DevOpsDays Paris is scheduled for 18-19 April 2013, and while this blog post is a little late to the game, it’s not yet too late for you to participate either as an attendee or a speaker. For those interested in attending, we’re offering a 25% discount on tickets through the end of this week (17 March 2013) - just use the “WELOVEDEVOPS” code and you’re all set. If you’re more interested in speaking, the Call for Proposals is still open until 20 March 2013, so don’t hesitate - submit your proposal today!
In case you hadn’t noticed yet .. Devopsdays Rome is on again .. And here’s the list of speakers You can’t change culture, but you can influence behavior and behavior becomes culture. - Damon Edwards Failure is the new Success - Peter Halacsy The State of Open Source Monitoring: The good, the bad, the fucking terrible, and a glimpse into our future. - Jason Dixon Monitoring data.fao.org - Bryan Berry Metrics Driven Develpment - Mantas Klasavicius DevOps - One small step for business-IT alignment, one giant leap for infrastructure culture - Mark Burgess
For the upcoming DevOpsDays in Mountain View we’re looking to create t-shirts based off of your design. We’re going to run a design submission period, followed by a brief rating period. The design with the most votes will get printed on the back of the Devopsdays 2011 - Mountain View event shirt. How cool is that? Details In order to make the voting period safe, we’ll be collecting submissions up to Midnight PDT on May 15th.
Announcing the 2011 DevOps Days - Mt. View What started in Ghent in 2009 and has travelled the world from Sydney to Sao Paulo to Boston is now coming BACK to Mountain View! That’s right, following on the heels of an awesome 2-day event in Boston DevOps Days is rolling into town to cap off the Velocity Conference. This will be the seventh official DevOps Days event and it’s sure to be a grand one.
Another year, another devopsdays! This time in the marvelous city of Boston. On 7 and 8 March 2011, we are organizing a new devopsdays. It will be a two event with conference talks in the morning and openspaces in the afternoon. It is kindly hosted by the Microsoft NERD Center You can contribute in one of the following ways: Propose a session for the conference talks: it will be a 45 minute session where you can talk about the next big things happening in devops land, you’re reflections on devops (good and bad), the experiences you want to share.
Source: The ElectriClerk Agradecendo a ajuda do Daniel Cukier, temos o prazer de anunciar para vocês que um novo devopsdays está chegando. Dia 4 de dezembro de 2010, todos os devops vão para São Paulo - Brazil - Rua Arabé, 71 - Vila Clementino - perto do metrô Santa Cruz . Será um evento de um dia cheio de discussão, parecido com o programa do devopsays US Se você tem alguma ideia de discussão ou apresentação, sinta-se a vontade para enviar sua proposta para nós.
Source We are proud to announce you the final program for devopsdays Hamburg. This will be a great lineup of international speakers. We hope you like the mix and come join the discussion live! Hamburg on 15 and 16 October 2010
It’s about one year since the first devopsdays 2009 took place in Belgium. Since then we have had successful conference in both Australia and the United States. Now we are back home in Europe. The details for the next devopsdays are: Location: East Hotel in Hamburg/Germany Date: Friday, 15th - Saturday 16th October 2010 (image Source) We currently have a call for speakers open and hope to finalize the program around 15 of September.
ve·loc·i·ty rapidity of motion or operation; swiftness; speed. If you’ve heard me talk about Agile Infrastucture, or read my personal blog, you might have noticed that I frequently make references to Velocity. When we started planning DevOpsDays US, there was consensus from the beginning to backdraft Velocity. I have a hard time saying ‘DevOps’ was born at any one time or any one place, as doing so ignores a large body of individual and organizational work, knowledge and experience, but Velocity has to be considered seminal in the course of the formation and articulation of DevOps ideas and ideals.
When we first started organizing DevOpsDays for the US, we all had slightly different visions about what we wanted to see and what we wanted to participate in. On one hand, some of us really wanted to use Open Space Technology as the basis for some if not all of the program, while some of us really wanted to have presentations. We all wanted to have a ‘community’ event, but we also wanted to leverage the expertise in that community.Previous
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