| Online and free
Glad you asked! For this collaborative, one-day event, we’re looking to the DevOps community for solutions to our key issues. How do core principles—culture, automation, lean, measurement, and sharing (CALMS)—apply in the world of modern apps, cloud, and Kubernetes? And how they can be scaled? Together, we’ll define what a “modern” DevOps culture looks like and examine the use of Kubernetes as a DevSecOps platform. Also, we’ll discuss how to secure the software supply chain, how to operate your platform as a product, and how observability and monitoring come into play. We’ll do it through a combination of presentations from industry stars, breakout sessions, lightning talks, and panel discussions.
Great question. DevOps Loop at VMworld happens October 4, 2021, from 9:00 AM–4:30 PM ET. Add a reminder.
It doesn’t cost anything! Registration is free.
Anyone interested in learning from and engaging with the community about how to make DevOps work in the world of modern apps and Kubernetes. More specifically, we think it will appeal to DevOps engineers, platform operators, site-reliability engineers, application operators, and product owners.
Today! Now? Literally any time.
Yes, you must register to view the live content, and to engage with speakers and fellow attendees.
It’s entirely virtual, and you can catch all the action on devopsloop.io.
It’s a one-day event, with several live Main Stage presentations, breakout sessions, lightning talks, and panel discussions.
Lightning talks are fun and focused—a great way to absorb lots of practical information in a short amount of time. Learn from real-world examples and get helpful tips that you can put to use today.
To wrap up our day of DevOps, we’ll be holding five concurrent Q&A panels featuring speakers from the day. Pick the most interesting topic and get looped into the conversation. Feel free to move from panel to panel to get all the perspectives you can.
You sure can! Every session will be recorded and posted online shortly after DevOps Loop at VMworld concludes.