It seems sometimes that we have a lot of conferences happening. This is a good sign for the strength of the technology sector, and the size of the audience who is prepared to consume this content. As a massive fan of DevOps and the great community wrapped around it, I was very happy to watch some of the recent DevOps Enterprise Summit 2014 which was
The great thing about this conference was that it can be watched virtually, which is exactly how I did it. Luckily the team has been kind enough to post the sessions on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/user/DOES2014) for our enjoyment.
If I could suggest something to begin with, it’s my usual thing which is BUY THE PHOENIX PROJECT 🙂
Back to the conference though! The reason that I’m bringing up the book is that the Phoenix Project is that one of the co-authors, Gene Kim led sessions and was part of the opening session also. Gene is a phenomenal resource and a great speaker, so if you have to start anywhere, you should absolutely spend some time watching the opening of the Tuesday session here:
From there, I would say that any session is a great place to start. There are a lot of great user stories about how they had success and challenges with adoption of DevOps practices. This is all great stuff and even if you aren’t already on the road towards implementing a DevOps methodology in your organization, this is a good opportunity to spend a little time finding out how it may benefit you.
2 thoughts on “Who has a conference? Everyone DOES! – DevOps Enterprise Summit 2014”
That was the best conference I’ve ever been to. The speakers/attendees and the stories being shared between them were raw and honest without the usual vendor drivel. If next years conference is able to repeat that atmosphere it’ll be the must attend conference of 2015.
Very cool to hear Andrew!