We’re getting the band back together and hitting the road. And by band, I mean developers, analysts and all those people trying to do the hard work of figuring out DevOps. To that last group, we feel your pain. When it comes to DevOps there’s a lot of marketing buzz out there and not a lot of tips on effective DevOps implementation.
That’s where the DevOps Roadtrip comes in.
Our plan is to create a forum to talk about DevOps best practices, how you’re handling structural changes, and what steps you’re taking to bring your organizations up to speed on modern incident management. Then, we let these smart people ask questions of one another. We’ll provide some tasty food & delicious craft brew and then sit back as the learning happens.
Of course it does. And we’re kicking off our roadtrip just down the street. Join us on March 29th in Denver, our first stop, at a little place called the Sports Authority Field at Mile High. (You might know the venue if you’ve ever heard of our local sportsball team, the Broncos. I believe they recently won a big national prize.) You can check out the team’s locker rooms while learning about DevOps. We’ll see how the NFL whiteboards stack up against the ones we use for planning purposes.
Nowhere near Denver?
No worries. Like we mentioned above, we’re bringing the show to you. Below you can see where we’ll be headed in 2016 and if you’d like to request a stop closer to you, let us know!
Do it fast. Space is limited and spots are going quickly. This is a free event and word on the street is that you might find more of our super-sweet swag at the stadium.
Along with the industry knowledge and best practices on DevOps, of course.