What Is The DevOps Enterprise Summit?
The DevOps Enterprise Summit is a vendor-neutral conference for technology leaders who are transforming how large, complex organizations deliver and operate software to help their organizations win in the marketplace.
Entering its fifth year in the UK and seventh year in the US, our goal is to accelerate DevOps adoption and increase the likelihood of those initiatives succeeding, enabling the cultural norms, technical practices and architectures that help technology organizations achieve the highest levels of performance.
What often prevents DevOps adoption is that the underlying principles and practices are often completely contrary to the industry’s long held beliefs, often completely opposite to how technology was managed for decades.
Please submit your presentation by March 2, 2020.
Detailed guidelines for CFP submissions:
- Read Gene’s detailed guide (click to view)
- Talk slots will be 30 minutes.
- Experience reports at all stages of the journey are always welcome!
- We love consultants and vendors (after all, some of our best friends are consultants and vendors!); however, we require that vendor and consultant experience report submissions be led by your customer.
- You may submit up to 3 different talks
- Speaker benefits apply to two speakers. If submitting with a third presenter and talk is accepted, the third speaker will cover their own travel expenses.
- NOTE: If your talk isn’t accepted, you will be able to register for the conference with the Blind Bird pricing.
Experience Report Checklist:
Good questions to consider when framing your experience report submission include:
- What was the business problem you were trying to solve?
- What were your top challenges, and how did you overcome them?
- What mistakes were made, and what advice would you give as a result?
- How did you measure your outcomes?
We seek open and transferable knowledge. Attendees must be able to use the bulk of the presentation’s lessons without buying or using a particular tool or service.
Be as specific and detailed in your abstract as possible.
This is a vendor-neutral conference: you may discuss tools that helped solve your DevOps problems, but your talk should not be a product pitch.