Chaos? We’ll show you how to make it work for your software org

One month till we open the doors at Continuous Lifecycle

The audience at Continuous Lifecycle London, 2018

The world might be in turmoil, but if you want to learn how to turn chaos into an advantage, you should be joining us at Continuous Lifecycle in just over a month’s time.

Chaos engineering is just one of the topics on our agenda, along with DevOps, Containers, Serverless and much more.

Crystal Hirschorn will be explaining how Conde Nast has embedded chaos engineering in its engineering practices - helping it manage the complexity that comes with running a platform that services 220 million unique users a month.

That’s just one session in almost 40, ranging from the core concepts behind DevOps and Continuous Delivery, through deeper dives into issues like securing Containers, or exerting governance on your cloud platform, through indepth examinations of key tools such as Prometheus and Istio.

We also have spaces remaining in our Advanced Kubernetes workshop, led by Giant Swarm’s Tobias Bradkte and our Serverless workshop, led by serverless pioneer Mike Roberts.

This all happens at the QEII Center in Westminster, and you’ll be supplied with excellent food and drink, and the space to enjoy it with the speakers and your fellow attendees. But hurry, spaces are filling up. ®

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