Build for tomorrow—without interrupting the day-to-day
Odds are good your job has changed. And it’s not just the tools and technologies. Today, modernizing systems is more than simply moving technology to a new location. It requires an IT stack of a new generation of technologies: containers, cloud, microservices, AI, automation...the list goes on. And they’re no longer optional. How do you manage your existing legacy systems while migrating to a more responsive, predictive, scalable, and cost-effective infrastructure? And do it without interrupting your business?
This is the hard reality companies are facing today, from developers to tech leads. It’s why they’re coming to the first O’Reilly Infrastructure & Ops Conference in Santa Clara in June 2020. They need to understand how teams have successfully done it—and know what pitfalls to avoid.
The call for speakers is open. It doesn’t matter if you’re a first-time speaker or don’t consider yourself an industry superstar; this is a chance to build your brand as a thought leader, make new connections, and grow your skills through teaching. Come share the tools and technologies you found most useful and how you put them together. Get into what worked and what didn’t. Submit your ideas by December 10, 2019, for your chance to tell your story—and receive a free conference pass.
NOTE: If you’d like to lead a two-day training course (six hours of classroom time per day), please use this form to submit your proposal.
- DEC 10
Call for Participation closes
- FEB 2020
All proposers notified; registration opens
Build the new stack—and manage legacy
Whether you’re moving to the cloud, containers, or microservices, the transition requires in-depth knowledge of your legacy systems and their capabilities—not to mention a team who are all on the same page—so you can make the shift as seamless as possible.
Build on new foundations
Along with the new stack comes a new method of application development that requires you to reconsider your software configuration, deployment, automation, and security processes. You’ll discover how to integrate this new approach into your technical and business decisions.
Adopt effective monitoring and observability practices
Monitoring and observability are no longer afterthoughts—they’re critical pieces of the entire systems puzzle that need to be baked into the development process at the outset. Get the training you need to make everything fit together.
Connect with experts and industry peers
Join more than 1,500 other software engineers, senior developers, and tech leads to share best practices and in-depth insights and talk about what’s next in the systems space, from deploying AI to mastering site reliability and everything in between.
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