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Etsy’s DevOps supremo to take the stage at Continuous Lifecycle

Katherine Daniels on nodes, clusters, beer and hot sauce

Re Events We’re really chuffed to announce that Etsy’s Katherine Daniels will be joining us at Continuous Lifecycle London next May as one of our keynote speakers.

Katherine is a senior operations engineer with Etsy, overseeing systems that support 54 million members, 1.4 million active sellers, and 19.8 million active buyers.

To keep this humming along, Katherine has used Chef to manage over 2,000 nodes, has juggled Hadoop clusters, and designed and implemented a host of improvements to Etsy’s provisioning tools.

And if you’re thinking “that’s great, but nothing like my more humble real world set-up” just bear in mind that Katherine started as an intern at HP back in the noughties, working on RAID, Linux and Novell, and has held a series of senior ops posts in the meantime.

When not running DevOps at Etsy, or speaking about running DevOps at Etsy, Katherine makes both beer and hot sauce, which we all know are two of the most important food groups.

Katherine’s keynote will be one of the highlights of Continuous Lifecycle London. We’ve had an overwhelming response to our call for papers, with another 140 proposed talks and workshops. It’s been a tough job, but with the help of our conference committee we’ve whittled that down to 36 conference sessions, and are putting the finishing touches to our workshop line-up.

The result is a comprehensive programme spanning DevOps, Continuous Delivery, Containerization, ALM.

The full programme will be released in the next couple of weeks.

Early bird tickets available NOW

All of which demonstrates why from May 3-5, 2016, Continuous Lifecycle London will be the place to dive deep into the tools and methodologies powering today’s most innovative software development projects.

We’re offering you the chance to attend the two-day conference programme for just £700. If you wait till March 2016, the same tickets will cost £900. Tickets for our workshop programme, which is day three of the event, will be released in the New Year.

For full details of the conference and ticket options head over to the Continuous Lifecycle London website. ®

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