A week from today, February 29th, we gather in San Fransisco for DevOps Connect: Rugged DevOps @ RSA Conference at the Moscone Center. This is the 2nd year we are holding this conference and the line up is I think even stronger than last year! I am really happy and proud of the group that Mark Miller and Josh Corman have put together.
Best of all, if you are in San Fransisco we have free RSA passes that will allow you to join us all day at the conference and can also get you into the Expo all week if you like. Check out the website for full details. If you don’t want to get all the details just register for a free ticket, go here and use code 1U6DEVXPO for a free expo pass which will get you into our event on Monday.
In the meantime, here are some of my very best picks for the day:
Josh Corman & John Willis kicking things off with, Guns , Germs and Steel of the Software Age
Jez Humble & Nicole Forsgren presenting, What We Learned from Three Years Sciencing the Crap Out of Devops
Rich Mogull of Securosis on, Architectures, Design Patterns, and Coding for Rugged DevOps at Scale
Dan Glass presents The R.O.A.D. to Rugged DevOps for a Major Airline
Amy DeMartine of Forrester on Seven Habits of Rugged DevOps
Shannon Lietz presents The Journey to DevSecOps
Justin Arbuckle of Chef will be speaking on Transformation by Compliance
and rounding out my top picks, two of the leaders of the Austin DevOps community:
Ernest Mueller and James Wickett presenting Lean Security: Add Business Value without Bringing Waste
Of course these are just some of my picks. I can honestly say that there isn’t a bad session in the whole day. I think looking back people will review this lineup and be amazed at the blending of the DevOps tribe and security tribe into one great day of learning and sharing.
Also did I mention the DevOps (no) Wining cocktail party afterwards?
So what are you waiting for? Click on over, register for your free RSA Expo pass and be sure to click off that you will be joining us on Monday. Seating is first come, first serve and people come and go through they day. If you are in San Fran, hope to see you Monday!