Event Mid-July is almost here, and with it the first online edition of our excellent Continuous Lifecycle London conference.
On Wednesday, July 15, 2020, a fine line-up of containerization and continuous-delivery practitioners will, during our virtual conference, answer all your security, service mesh, automation, and monitoring questions, bringing you up to speed with the latest advancements in the field.
The program is headlined by the person who literally wrote the book on container security, Liz Rice, so don’t miss your chance to ask her what’s on your mind during our live Q&A sessions. Since service meshes are touted as a way to improve security, we’ll also take a closer look at Istio, Linkerd, and co, and walk you through the pros and cons of that technology.
Teams still struggling, for compliance reasons, with automation shouldn’t miss Mateo Burillo’s talk, which will provide starting points for adding validation checks to your CI/CD pipeline for regulatory compliance standards.
Those wishing to learn more about Helm, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation end-user group’s most recommended continuous-delivery tool, should pay Pauline Lallinec’s session – Using Helm to achieve frictionless deployments – a visit. Aside from taking a look at how to keep your setup safe and functioning, we’ll also drill into the monitoring side of mixed infrastructure, and check if pre-production environments, such as staging, are still useful nowadays.
There’s also a lot of new tech coming up that will surely change some of today's common software development processes. The team behind Continuous Lifecycle Online has therefore invited a couple of DevOps experts to investigate how novel workloads, such as machine learning, can be supported, and answer your questions on challenges specific to compliance-conscious industries, like telecommunications.
Swing by the Continuous Lifecycle website to learn more about the programme.
To make sure you get the most out of the day, Continuous Lifecycle Online will be using a web platform, meaning all you need is a browser and working internet connection to participate. The service comes with integrated chatting and Q&A functionalities, offering a single interface for all your interaction needs.
Tickets are available at £120. Developers, admins, system architects, and operational engineers working for charitable and non-profit organisations should get in touch for special deals.