DevOps At Velocity
If you're serious about DevOps, Velocity is a must-attend event, period." – Eliazer Braun, Lead Front End Engineer
DevOps is as much about culture as it is about tools, and you'll learn it all at Velocity. Whether you're running microservices in production, migrating your critical services to the cloud, or just getting started with DevOps—come to Velocity to learn how to successfully apply DevOps principles to your organization.
No other conference gives you comprehensive coverage of the tools, technologies, and best practices you need to make complex distributed systems fast, durable and secure.
Featured DevOps Training, Tutorials & Sessions
Get the skills and hands-on training you need to implement DevOps at your organization. See the full schedule.
2:10pm–2:50pm Thursday, 06/14/2018
Jessica DeVita tells the story of how a team at Microsoft challenged themselves to retrospect their retrospectives and shares what they learned about applying human factors ideas to software development.
1:15pm–1:55pm Thursday, 06/14/2018
“That would never work here.” You’ve likely heard this sentiment (or maybe you’ve even said it yourself). Good news: change is possible. Donovan Brown explains how Microsoft's Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) went from a three-year waterfall delivery cycle to three-week iterations and open sourced the VSTS task library and the Git Virtual File System.
3:40pm–4:20pm Thursday, 06/14/2018
Sunil Sadasivan compares the work environments of startups to those of bureaucracies and shares lessons for maintaining an optimal engineering work culture learned at the US Department of Veterans Affairs.
11:25am–12:05pm Thursday, 06/14/2018
Local service discovery and availability is easy, but how do you discover services in other data centers or other cloud providers? Seth Vargo explains how HashiCorp Consul can provide service discovery, monitoring, and failover across many regions and multiple public and private cloud providers.
4:35pm–5:15pm Thursday, 06/14/2018
Paul McCallick discusses how and why Nordstrom has moved to an only-production viewpoint, saving countless engineering cycles and putting effort where it matters.