DevOps World | Jenkins World expands to Europe in 2018, adding a conference in Nice, France, to enable access to learning opportunities for DevOps practitioners
SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CloudBees, the conference organizer, and the Jenkins community, the community of practitioners using Jenkins, today announced the agenda for the DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018 conferences. The conference theme is “TRANSFORM” and attendees will learn how organizations are transforming software delivery, adopting DevOps and returning business value to their organization from DevOps initiatives.
The conference is taking place in two locations this year:
September 16-19, Marriott Marquis, San Francisco
October 22-25, The Palace of Congresses and Exhibitions Nice Acropolis, Nice, France
With the tremendous growth in DevOps adoption, Jenkins World has expanded its content with a breadth of industry topics. The newly-named DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018 is the largest gathering of IT executives, DevOps practitioners and Jenkins users in the world and includes DevOps and continuous delivery experts. The events provide many opportunities for attendees to learn, network and explore to optimize their DevOps transformations.
This year’s conferences include multiple tracks, with a combined total of 120+ sessions covering diverse DevOps and Jenkins topics. Sessions will be conducted by practitioners from organizations such as: Accenture, Allianz, BBC, CyberArk, Forrester Research, Fresenius Medical Care Deutschland, Southwest Airlines, Twitter and CloudBees. Sessions cover topics ranging from security to pipeline automation, containers, DevOps adoption and continuous delivery best practices.
In addition to sessions, attendees have access to two full days of additional training and workshop opportunities.
Keynotes for this year’s Jenkins World include:
Dr. Nicole Forsgren, CEO and chief scientist, DORA (speaking in San Francisco)
James Governor, analyst and co-founder, RedMonk (speaking in Nice)
Kohsuke Kawaguchi, the creator of Jenkins and CTO at CloudBees
Sacha Labourey, CEO and co-founder, CloudBees
Christina Noren, chief product officer, CloudBees
There will be more than 70 sessions given at the San Francisco conference and over 50 given in Nice.
A sampling of sessions from the DevOps World | Jenkins World agenda includes:
Measuring and Quantifying DevOps Outcomes
Panel discussion led by Chris Condo, Forrester
Mission Possible: Eliminating DevOps Security Roadblocks
Jason Vanderhoof, CyberArk
Continuous Integration in a Regulated Industry
Harald Villinger, Fresenius Medical Care Deutschland
Self-Service Jenkins Toolchain through Versioned Infrastructure as Code
Carlos Munoz Robles, Allianz Technology
The Build That Cried Broken: Building Trust in Your Continuous Integration Tests
Angie Jones, Twitter
“This year’s DevOps World 2018 conference is bringing together the best of both DevOps and Jenkins to form the most comprehensive industry event for IT practitioners across the globe,” said André Pino, vice president of marketing, CloudBees. “Understanding the growing adoption and interest in DevOps, there was no question to scale the topics covered at Jenkins World to become DevOps World, a place for people to enhance both Jenkins and DevOps knowledge, and meet and learn from each other.”
Red Hat, Scalyr, Go2Group, iTMethods, JFrog, MacStadium, Neotys, Sauce Labs, Sonatype, Tricentis, Zephyr, Anchore, Applitools, Black Duck by Synopsys, CA Technologies, Column Technologies, GitHub, GitKraken, Perfecto, Plutora, QASymphony, SonarSource, Tufin, Twistlock, WhiteSource Software, XebiaLabs, Accenture Technology, Compuware, Contrast Security, Gradle, GitLab, Harness, Levvel, Quali, Snyk, VictorOps
Media Sponsors include DZone, DevOps.com, The New Stack and PAN Communications.
Training Partners include Aplima Solutions and Open Source Architect (OSA)
Additional Resources for DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018
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