Continuous Lifecycle: Early Bird offer ends tonight – March 17
Last chance to save on DevOps and Containers bonanza
There are less than
24 14 hours left to grab tickets for Continuous Lifecycle London at our very generous, slightly extended early bird price. Once Friday clicks into Saturday, they revert to full price, and they’ll be staying there.
So if you want to tune into more than 36 of the sharpest minds in DevOps, Containerization, Continuous Delivery and Agile, and connect with fellow attendees who are facing down the same challenges as you, act now.
There are two days of conference sessions and an optional third day of workshops. Whether you are looking for guidance on how to reorganize and retool your software development and operations teams, want to gain insights into how ChatOps can fit into your organization, or want to take your containerization efforts to the next level, you’ll be learning from the best.
If you’re grappling with the management and organisational implications of moving to DevOps and continuous delivery, we’ve got conference sessions from people who’ve been there, done that, and can help get you moving, and a workshop based around the seminal Phoenix Project as well as an all day session with CD luminary Dave Farley.
And if you’re you’re diving deep into containers, we have conference sessions and workshops that will take you from deep to really deep, whether your focus is on Docker, Swarm, Kubernetes or Prometheus.
Throw in inspiring keynote sessions from Dave Farley, and Red Hat DevOps chief Jen Krieger, and you can be sure all the bases are covered.
Which just leaves one other key ingredient...you. Whether it’s driving the Q&As, connecting and networking during the breaks, or getting together at our evening drinks reception, we want you to be part of the conversation - and we’ll ensure there are suitable supplies to keep you talking, right through the conference.
So head over to the website, check out the programme, buy your ticket, and we look forward to seeing you in May. ®
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