General Admission Is Now Available

Great News! Thanks to our sponsors, we have been able to offer a lower general session price. So now, instead of $79, you can have access to the conference for just $39.

Brand New Early-Bird Pricing

Get your tickets immediately to the DevOps Live conference in October. For just $29 you get access to 6 live sessions, 2 made-to-order meals, and plenty of time to network with the speakers/sponsors/attendees of the conference. This Early-Bird pricing won’t last long, so register now!

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DevOps Live 2013 is Coming

The DevOps Live Conference is coming! Last year we had over 200+ RSVPs, well over the capacity of our venue. With this in mind, we are going bigger this year. Instead of a half-day conference, we’re aiming for a full-day event and a bigger venue, which means more speakers, more food, more swag, and more opportunities to network with people and organizations that are delivering innovations at web scale. Whether you come from a start-up or enterprise this conference is for you.

The DevOps Days conference in Austin was a perfect primer on what is happening within the DevOps movement. We are building on that by focusing on the implementation and technologies that bring DevOps to your organizations. Don’t worry if you missed the Austin event, we’ll bring you up to speed. The DevOps Live conference is aimed for October 26th, 2013. Soon venue and registration details will be available.

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Speaker: Judd Maltin

Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 7:00pm – 8:00pm CST

Location: Paladin Consulting

Crowbar is an open-source software framework developed by Dell. With Crowbar, you can install cloud software across clusters and scale out systems quickly and automatically. Crowbar also provides capabilities for network monitoring and discovery, and gathering performance data, among other advantages. With Crowbar, you have a configurable, adjustable framework complete with many built-in features that can save time, streamline effort and potentially lower costs.

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DevOps at GameStop

Joey Guerra – Dev
Jason Wainwright – SWAT (Ops)
Kijana Woodard – Dev
Michael Sanders – QA
Hampton Reese – Dev
Zach Burke – Dev

Date: Tuesday, January 29, 2013 7:00pm – 8:00pm CST

Location: Paladin Consulting

This month we will have a team from GameStop that has implemented DevOps practices in their business. Several speakers will present various perspectives and we will learn about their experiences and what has happened since these principles have been applied.

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CI for the Manual Build Guy

Speaker: Dennis Palmer

Date: Thursday, November 8, 2012 7:00pm – 8:00pm CST

Location: Paladin Consulting

Does your software delivery process involve more than a single click? Do software packages that were compiled on a developer’s machine ever end up in production? Do you ever skip steps in the build-test-deploy-verify process because they take too long or you just forgot one time because there are a dozen manual steps to follow? Is it difficult for you to roll back to a previous version if you find a serious issue with the version that’s now in production?

Continuous Integration (CI) is a fancy term for an automated process to manage software building, testing and deployment. It’s quite ironic that people who write software all the time to solve other people’s problems fail to take the time to develop a few scripts to make their own lives easier.

I will share my recent experience implementing the TeamCity automated build server for a .NET project and some of the serendipitous benefits we noticed almost right away. (TeamCity is actually written in Java and supports building and deploying just about any type of software.) There were a number of small gotchas, but the payoff has been tremendous. I hope my experience will help and encourage you to add some automation into your life.

I’ll also be demoing TeamCity’s ability to host an internal NuGet (.NET’s package manager) feed, which makes reusing common code libraries across multiple projects a breeze.

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What a FUN event!

I am still so excited from this weekend’s conference! We had a lot of fun and learned so much from our quality speakers from Red Hat,, and Google! If you haven’t seen the presentations yet, here are some permalinks:

Practical Open Source

Understanding DevOps – Business & IT

DART – Structured Web Development

You can also find these sessions and more under the PAST EVENTS link in the navigation. Registration for the next event happens soon, so look back here soon!

DART – Structured Web Development

Speaker: Shannon “JJ” Behrens

Date: Saturday, October 20, 2012 1:00pm – 2:00pm CST

Location: AT&T Foundry

Learn about Dart, a new programming language from Google Dart is a new class-based programming language for creating structured web applications. Developed with the goals of simplicity, efficiency, and scalability, the Dart language combines powerful new language features with familiar language constructs into a clear, readable syntax.

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Understanding DevOps – Business & IT

Speaker: Paul Peissner

Date: Saturday, October 20, 2012 12:00pm – 1:00pm CST

Location: AT&T Foundry

DevOps is grounded in the belief that IT operations and IT development (engineering and QA) can truly work as one IT resource to drive business agility. DevOps enables cross-functional IT teams to deliver projects faster and make service adjustments more frequently, at improved quality and reduced cost. This talk is designed for enterprise architects, IT development, IT operations and change management personnel interested in enhancing their collaborative landscape.

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Practical Open Source

Speaker: Stefan Negrea

Date: Saturday, October 20, 2012 10:30am – 11:30am CST

Location: AT&T Foundry

Open source is not just access to source code, it’s a totally different paradigm for developing software. This presentation will focus on practical aspects of using and contributing to open source projects such as open source licensing, getting support for open source software, and how to adopt open source in enterprise.

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