What happen when you want to do DevOps, Containers ... and security?

Find out at Continuous Lifecycle London this May

The view from the QE II conference centre

Events Adopting DevOps, Containerisation and Continuous Delivery doesn't mean compromising on security - and if you want proof, just check out the conference sessions at Continuous Lifecycle London, 2019.

We've got speakers who will explain how to put security at the centre of how you implement DevOps, build continuous delivery pipelines, containerise applications, and orchestrate them using Kubernetes.

Likewise, we'll be looking at how organisations such as the Financial Times have extended their governance and security principles to the cloud, and how DevOps can actually improve your compliance operations.

That's just two of the themes in our conference lineup which features 40 speakers, including keynotes from Heptio CTO Joe Beda, and Squarespace principal engineer Tanya Reilly, as well as practitioners who’ve applied DevOps, Containers and more to transform their organisations

They will take you from core principles of DevOps, CD and containers, through how to implement them in your organisation, and deep into the specifics of key tools and techniques.

And if you want to go even deeper, there are still places available on two of our optional all day workshops, including Serverless pioneer Mike Roberts' workshop on Serverless Computing on AWS, which will take you from first steps to building and deploying an application, and Tobias Bradtke's session on Advanced Kubernetes.

This all takes place from May 14 to May 16 at the QEII Centre in the heart of London, and you'll be supplied with excellent food and drink throughout the conference. You can see the full lineup, and snap up those early bird tickets for both the conference and the workshops, at the CLL website here.

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