Build Systems that Drive Business
30–31 Oct 2018: Training
31 Oct–2 Nov 2018: Tutorials & Conference
London, UK

Pavilion Plus Pass: What's included?

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Don’t want to miss Velocity but can’t find the time or the budget for 4 days of intense action? We want to make sure everyone who is part of DevOps, Web Ops and Systems Engineering community has a chance to attend Velocity - including you!

The Pavilion Plus pass is an inexpensive way for you to attend all keynotes, sponsored sessions; network with peers at evening events and other casual discussion spaces at the conference; and of course, access the sponsor pavilion to learn about the latest technology products and services.

Sponsor Pavilion

In addition to visiting sponsors, you'll be able to test drive new tools, compare products, say hello to speakers and authors, hang out in the lounge, and much more.

Presentations

Keynotes (Thursday & Friday, 1-2 November)

Sponsored Sessions (Thursday & Friday, 1-2 November)

Events

Sponsor Pavilion Reception - Visit the exhibitors, mingle with other attendees, and enjoy refreshments and drinks.

Other great stuff

The Hallway Track - Velocity's hallways have been the birthplace of many ideas and collaborations. The hallway track, as we like to call it, is one of the best parts of Velocity.

Speed Networking - Get to know fellow attendees in quick 60-second discussions. Speed networking will be held Thursday and Friday morning before keynotes.

O’Reilly author book signings - Meet O’Reilly authors and speakers in the O’Reilly booth on Thursday and Friday.

Register now - only 100 passes available!

Get Your Pavilion Plus Pass Now for £99

Note: Does not include access to lunch, training courses, tutorials, or sessions (EXCEPT for sponsored presentations). Standard discounts do not apply.

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