DevOpsDays is a series of global conferences where people get the opportunity to listen to presentations from key individuals leading the way in what is fast becoming an IT revolution, share stories on how DevOps is having an impact on their lives and the organisations they work for, meet like-minded people making it happen, network and see how technology is enabling these changes.
We anticipate the upcoming London event will have 300+ delegates attending along with approximately 100 executives and representatives from sponsors spanning various financial institutions, consultancies and technology providers.
In addition to this we are liaising with a number of companies in order for them to represent DevOpsDays London as our media sponsor/s. This will provide another opportunity for exposure for everyone involved.
The emphasis of DevOpsDays London 2016 is on DevOps in the Enterprise with specific reference to the Financial Services Industry. With that said, the event is open to any delegate, and we especially encourage participation by Enterprises for whom DevOps may not yet seem a natural fit, intuitive or adding value.
To begin with we will look at the origins of DevOps, its various reference points, scope of application and why these new ways of working are changing, not just the IT delivery landscape, but the dynamic and interactions across the entire Enterprise.
We are then intending to explore what global Enterprises have to gain by embracing DevOps or lose by not doing so, and help them answer the question: “Are we doing enough DevOps yet?”.
DevOps doesn’t necessarily come easy to established organisations so looking at the challenges these Enterprises face and how they can be successfully overcome is important. We will offer vision from DevOps and Lean specialists, insights from industry leaders as well as practical approaches and guidance from technology specialists. Areas of interest include:
Having covered the “Why do DevOps across the Enterprise” we’ll also be looking at the “How to do it”. In addition to discussing the need to establish a goals-driven continuous improvement culture, we’d also like to look at:
As well as presentations, ignites sessions (short presentations with Q&A) and open spaces (delegate driven breakouts) , we will be arranging panel sessions which will allow delegates to ask questions and see them debated by DevOps thought leaders, heads of industry and regulatory representatives.
Amongst the several DevOps and Lean experts attending DevOpsDays London 2016 we are very pleased to have Gene Kim (co-author of The Phoenix Project) and Joanne Molesky (co-author The Lean Enterprise) joining us. You will have the opportunity to meet them in person and hear them speak on a variety of subject matter aligned to the Enterprise theme.
The first day will conclude with networking drinks for all delegates. Platinum and Gold sponsors will also be invited to dine in the Hotel’s roof top restaurant along with the presenters, thought leaders, event organisers and fellow Platinum/Gold sponsors.
Sponsors are able to locate stands adjacent to the main conference room and the catering space. Your company logo will feature on merchandise, panels on the main stage and on an impressive digital column at the entrance to the venue. Lastly, a short presentation to the audience will also be offered in line with the sponsorship level (Platinum, Gold and Silver packages only).
We hope you are as excited about DevOpsDays London 2016 as we are and appreciate the opportunity sponsorship could bring you.
If you are interested in being a sponsor please confirm the package you would like to go for via email to [email protected] who will issue an invoice with payment instructions. We recommend confirming your sponsorship ASAP as demand is high.
We are offering the following packages (all prices are excluding VAT @20%):
|Stand||Small||Medium||Large in prime location|
|Time to address the delegates||1 minute||3 minutes||5 minutes|
|Complimentary drinks reception after Day 1||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|Guests to attend meal with DevOps thought leaders, Conference organizers and other sponsors||1||5|
|Small logo on merchandise, digital pillar, stage panels and website||✔|
|As above but Medium Logo||✔||✔|
|As above but Large Logo||✔|