It’s no secret that the technology scene in Israel is at the forefront of innovation, and so it’s certainly no surprise that the DevOps community in Israel is simply booming. And well, it’s that time of year again, and me and my awesome co-organizers have rolled up our sleeves and started working on DevOps Days Tel Aviv.
This is my third DevOps event that I’m helping to organize in Israel, on top of our regular DevOps Israel meetup group that too has been growing and has had the pleasure of hosting some exceptional speakers (including the brilliant Kohsuke Kawaguchi at our next event).
So it is with great excitement that we have opened the call for papers for the next DevOps Days, and have already started receiving really awesome submissions.
The constant growth in interest and enthusiasm around these events has stunned even us. With the awesome speakers that came out at our previous events – John Willis, Stephen Nelson-Smith, Ben Kepes, and the caliber of speakers who have already submitted for this event – Yossef Mendelssohn, Julia Ferraoili, Michael Ducy, and many more in the works.
The event this year will be taking place September 28-29th, and we expect it to be even better than the last two.
Registration is officially OPEN. There are only a few early bird tickets available – so get ‘em quick.
You are more than welcome to submit your proposals for talks, ignite talks, and workshops here.
And as with all DevOps Days events – these are completely voluntary, and highly dependent on sponsorship – so if you’re interested, below you can find all the information you need, and you are more than welcome to reach out to the organizers of the event.
|Included in Package||Silver|
|Logo on event website|
|Logo on all email communication|
|Mention via Social Media|
|5 minute pitch to full audience (including streaming audience)|
|2 additional tickets (4 in total)|
|4 additional tickets (6 in total)|
|Shared table for swag|
|Lunch or After Party Sponsorship (1 Each)|
We’d love to see you at the event. Reach out to us if you have any time @DevOpsDaysTLV