Quick reminder: Continuous Lifecycle Online 2021 call for presentation is ending soon

Quick reminder: Continuous Lifecycle Online 2021 call for presentation is ending soon

Are you working with software containers, looking after a microservice architecture, experimenting with edge computing, or leading a SRE team? Then we’d love to hear from you!

The team behind Continuous Lifecycle Online is looking for practitioners who understand the real world problems software developers, operation engineers, system architects, and testers face, and who can provide actionable insight on how CI/CD, containerisation, Serverless, and DevOps and the associated tools can help to solve them.

The call for conference sessions and full-day trainings is still open until November 23, so get your proposals in now. 

And don’t think you don’t have anything to add to the conversation – prior talks range from Git basics to modernising hospital software delivery, securing Kubernetes clusters, coping with production responsibility, infrastructure as code, service meshes, to data-driven post-mortems, which goes to show that every part of process is important to us. So don’t hesitate to get in touch and we’ll help you get your presentation summary onto the screen.

Continuous Lifecycle Online will take place in May 2021 and is brought to you by the people behind The Register and DevClass, and our German partners, heise Developer. Attendees include anyone from experienced technology managers just beginning to pivot from traditional waterfall development methods, to teams 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.