Theory, tools or both? Continuous Lifecycle Online puts it all right on your desktop

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Event Theory is great, but you’re never going to put it into practice without having the right tools – and knowing how to use them.

That’s why this year’s Continuous Lifecycle Online conference will be serving up some of the DevOps, Containers and CI/CD world’s biggest thinkers, as well as taking you deep into the nuts and bolts of some of its most powerful technologies.

This year’s conference – our sixth now you mention it – runs from May 10 to 12, with day one focusing on DevOps, day two on Continuous Delivery and Continuous Integration, while day three will focus on containers.

So on Day One, VMWare’s Michael Coté will take you Beyond DevOps Metrics and show you how you can bring together technical, business and culture metrics in the software defined business, while Previnet’s Cristian Prevedello will take you on a deep dive into HashiCorp Vault and how to use it to secure infrastructure, Kubernetes and legacy applications.

Day two sessions include the Financial Times’ Nikita Lohia on how to track your code releases, while Red Hat’s Lili Cosic will show you how to use Prometheus to improve your continuous delivery.

And on day three, you can get deep into automating the enterprise with Kubernetes Operators, with Container Solutions’ Ádám Sándor, while Nuance’s Matthias Helletzgruber will show you how NOT to learn Docker and Kubernetes from scratch.

These are just a few highlights from the full line-up, which you can peruse here, and there are still further sessions and keynotes to confirm.

What you can be sure of is that each speaker is highly skilled in their field and itching to share how they’ve put both theory and tools to the test in cracking real world business problems. As always, we’ll make sure you ‘ve got ample time for Q/A in every session. 

You can access all three days of CLO for just £250 or take things day by day. Full registration details are here.

And if you do have to deal with an emergency – or take an unexpected delivery – don’t worry. Every session will be recorded and available to ticket holders exclusively after the conference, so you won’t miss out on a thing. Theoretically, and practically.