Last call: Share your DevOps experiences at Continuous Lifecycle Online 2021

Containers, serverless, CI/CD, tooling – we’d love to hear all about it

Event If there’s anything that hasn’t come to a halt this year, it surely is software development and service infrastructure work. We know you’ve all been busy so here’s another chance to get in your presentation proposal for our Continuous Lifecycle Online 2021 conference.

Though we’ve had a great response so far, we’ve also had a good few requests for extensions and last minute calls for help. So to keep things fair, we’re going to give you another week to send in your proposals for conference sessions and all-day workshops.

We’re looking for anyone with a keen understanding of the real-world problems IT professionals – such as software developers, operation engineers, system architects, and testers – face, and who can provide actionable insight on how CI/CD, containerisation, serverless, DevOps, and associated tools can help to solve them.

Sounds like you, but also a bit daunting? Don’t hesitate to get in touch and we’ll help you get your presentation summary out of your head and onto the screen. It’s often that the smallest ideas are of the biggest help, so don’t think you don’t have anything to add to the conversation and just give it a shot.

And if you’ve already put a proposal in, but have since developed a cracking idea for an all-day deep dive, or have made a breakthrough with your research that you simply have to share, you know where to find us. We look forward to your proposals, which we’ll accept until November 30.

Continuous Lifecycle Online is brought to you by the people behind The Register and DevClass, and our German partners, Heise Developer. Our attendees range from experienced technology managers just beginning to pivot from traditional waterfall development methods, to organisations well down their path to DevOps and/or Continuous Delivery who are looking to keep on top of the latest tools and methodologies.

Additional information on the conference, the call for presentations, our programme committee, and the topics we’re looking to cover can be found on the Continuous Lifecycle website.

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