Best DevOps Conferences 2020
If your life was at least once connected with the development of software products, then you have already heard about DevOps. Among the leaders and employees of IT companies, today this is no longer considered a new technology: it is simply improved every day. For beginners, DevOps may seem unusual. But both beginners and experts need international experience using the conference. You can get it at one of the conferences, which are presented below.
For some, DevOps is just one of the new development approaches. For others, this is a whole style of thinking. It is noteworthy that the latter reach great heights using DevOps as the philosophy of life for their products and services.
You will never be able to know how this technology stands out until you experience it in person. But most practicians argue that DevOps can bring many benefits to any product, regardless of industry.
Thanks to thematic conferences, you can find out what exactly your DevOps team needs, what pitfalls await you and what tools are best to use. In addition, after talking with “colleagues”, you can learn how to organize your team using DevOps.
If you want your software product to become better, then you just need to get acquainted with this technology. Regardless of whether it will become the main business method for companies in the future or not, its benefits cannot be underestimated.
Site: O`Reilly Conference
Place: New York, USA
Date: 23-26 February, 2020
Organizers of O’Reilly conferences always invite the best specialists to their events. Speakers at Software Architecture 2020 will include: Rachel Laycock (CTO ThoughtWorks), Martin Fowler (Chief Scientist ThoughtWorks), George Fairbanks (Software Engineer Google) and many others.
Site: DevOps Days
Place: 53 cities, from Tokyo to Toronto
Date: several conferences monthly
Cost: $100-2000 (depending on the venue)
Depending on the venue, the conference can last one or two days. On average, up to 30 speakers can be found at DevOps Days. Past speakers included: Gene Kim (founder and CTO Tripwire), Kelsey Hightower (Senior Developer Advocate Google). This year you can meet Giacomo Bagnoli (Production Engineer Facebook), Chen Harel (VP of Product OverOps) and many others.
Site: Visual Studio Live
Place: 1. Las Vegas (Nevada) 2. Austin (Texas) 3. Nashville (Tennessee) 4. Redmond (Washington) 5. San Diego (California) 6. Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) 7. Orlando (Florida)
Date: 1. 1-6 March, 2020 2. 30 March – 3 April, 2020 3. 17-21 May, 2020 4. 3-7 August, 2020 5. 27 September – 1 October, 2020 6. 18-22 October, 2020 7. 15-20 November, 2020
Cost: $625 – 3115
If you manage to attend all 7 conferences, then you will get insights from about 800 speakers. Among them are both executives and senior developers of world leaders. For example, in Las Vegas, Lori Bars (Staff Software Engineer Gatsby), Marcel de Frey (CTO Xpirit) will give their presentations, and in Nashville - Raj Krishnan (Cloud Solution Architect Microsoft) and Angela Dugan (Director Polaris Solutions).
Site: DevOps Talks
Place: Melbourne (Australia); Oakland (New Zealand); Singapore
Date: 18-20 March, 2020; 23-25 March, 2020; 17-19 August, 2020
The list of speakers at DevOps Talks has always impressed participants and 2020 will not be an exception. When attending the conference, you can hear about the experiences of John Willis (co-founder of Global Transformation Office Red Hat), Jessica Dean (Senior Cloud Advocate Microsoft), Patrick Debois (Director of Devops Relations SNYK) and many others.
Place: Bellevue, Washington, USA
Date: 27-30 April, 2020
The list of speakers for 2020 is still filling up. Today it is known for certain that their presentations will be made by: Anthony Howell (founder of theposhwolf.com), Adam Driscoll (developer of PowerShell tools for Visual Studio) and Aaron Nelson (AI Consultant Microsoft).
Site: Continuous Lifecycle
Place: London, Great Britain
Date: 13-15 May, 2020
During the three days of the conference, you can chat with hundreds of participants from around the world and discuss new ideas regarding the use of DevOps. Also, Sam Newman (formerly a developer at ThoughtWorks, today an independent consultant), Charity Majors (CTO and co-founder of Honeycomb) and Moritz Heiber (DevOps Birth Assistant at ThoughtWorks) will perform with their presentations).
Place: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Date: 7-12 June, 2020
By visiting Agile + DevOps West 2020, you can familiarize yourself with the research of speakers such as Derek Ashmore (Principal Cloud Architect at Asperitas Consulting), Sharon Alvarez (DevOps Trainer at T-Mobile) and others.
Site: DevOps India Summit DOIS
Place: Bangalore, India
Date: 10-11 July, 2020
We expect from the organizers full information about the conference. So far, only confirmed speakers are: Mark Miller (DevOps Advocate at SonaType), Alan Schimel (CEO and founder of MediaOps), Micro Gering (Global DevOps Lead at Accenture) and Mark Hornbeck (CEO Engineering DevOps Consulting).
Date: 18-19 March, 2020
The Singapore conference will bring together more than 350 participants, as well as 20 speakers, including Ratinder Ahuja (founder of ShieldX Networks), Andrew Harcourt (Principal Consultant at ThoughtWorks) and M. Psych (founder and CEO at CRUX Conception).
Site: DevOps Pro Europe
Place: Vilnius, Lithuania
Date: 24-26 March, 2020
This year there will be 4 main areas, 7 workshops, 650 participants and 50 speakers, among them: Chris Novak (DevOps Director at HCL Software), Mark Smoli (founder of Smalley.IT), Evelyn Orlich (industry analyst at DevOps Institute) and Victor Farchich (Principal Software Delivery Strategist at CloudBees).
#1. Improve development with DevOps
#2. O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference
#3. DevOps Days
#4. Visual Studio Live!
#5. DevOps Talks Conferences
#6. PowerShell and DevOps Global Summit
#7. Continuous Lifecycle London
#8. Agile + DevOps West
#9. DevOps India Summit DOIS 2020
#10. DevSecCon Singapore
#11. DevOps Pro Europe 2020