About the O'Reilly Infrastructure & Ops Conference
Forward-thinking companies are transforming their IT infrastructures and operations into a more effective modern model—one that’s distributed, intelligent, and predictive. But it’s about more than just shuffling everything to the cloud. The implications of AI and automation are forcing engineering teams to completely rethink their foundational systems. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution to these challenges.
Introducing the O’Reilly Infrastructure & Ops Conference. It’s designed to provide the training and tools needed to successfully manage existing legacy systems while migrating to modern and responsive, predictive, scalable, and cost-effective infrastructure—without interrupting your day-to-day business.
The O’Reilly Infrastructure & Ops Conference is where senior developers, software engineers, SREs, and tech leads gather to learn how to successfully migrate their systems to a modern infrastructure.
- Be among the first to understand how to leverage new technology developments and make the best decisions for your team
- Meet face-to-face with innovators and thought leaders and get your questions answered
- Learn new skills that you can apply immediately to all aspects of your foundational technology
- Make new contacts and network with peers to share stories and best practices
- Discover training, hiring, and career opportunities for infrastructure and operations professionals
Experience O’Reilly Infrastructure & Ops
- Inspiring keynotes and practical, information-rich sessions, tutorials, and training courses that explore the latest advances, case studies, and best practices
- Networking opportunities with hundreds of other senior engineers, developers, tech leads, and software architects
- A chance to meet your peers in a variety of networking events: Topic Tables, Speed Networking, Fun Run, Ignite, Diversity Lunch—and more
- A vibrant "hallway track" for attendees, speakers, journalists, and vendors to debate and discuss important issues
- Fun evening events, receptions, and more—giving you more face time with attendees and speakers
Who should attend
- Systems engineers
- Systems architects
- Application developers
- DevOps practitioners
- Site reliability engineers
- Cloud engineers
- Senior developers and engineers
- Researchers and academics
- Tech leads and engineering managers
- Vice presidents of engineering
- Teams engaged in operations, infrastructure, and cloud ecosystems
Kelsie Pallanck is a senior content director at O'Reilly Media and the chair for both the Infrastructure & Ops Conference and the Open Source Software Conference (OSCON). Kelsie has over 15 years of event programming experience. Prior to joining O'Reilly Media, she was at MIT Technology Review where she was an event content producer. Kelsie lives in Somerville with her senior dog, Ruby.
Sam Newman is an independent consultant specializing in helping people ship software fast. Sam has worked extensively with the cloud, continuous delivery, and microservices and is especially preoccupied with understanding how to more easily deploy working software into production. For the last few years, he's been exploring the capabilities of microservice architectures, and he's worked with a variety of companies in multiple domains around the world, often with one foot in the developer world and another in the IT operations space. Previously, he spent over a decade at ThoughtWorks and then another year with a startup. Sam speaks frequently at conferences. He's the author of Building Microservices/(O'Reilly).
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