Event Even though our Continuous Lifecycle London conference had to take a break this year – cough, cough, coronavirus – we still want to make sure you get the information you need to make the most of the latest advancements in the CI/CD, cloud native, and containerization space.
So to not leave you hanging until in-person events are a thing again, we invite you to join Continuous Lifecycle Online: a compact one-day digital conference tackling the most-often asked-about questions from the past couple of months.
On July 15, at 0900 BST (1000 CET), Continuous Lifecycle Online will bring a fine line-up of containerization and continuous delivery practitioners to the comfort of your home. The programme is built upon your most requested topics, ranging from observability to compliance and service meshes, to provide you with the tools needed to make modern distributed architectures work.
We’ll start the day with a keynote by brilliant container security expert, and CNCF technical oversight committee chair – and Continuous Lifecycle veteran – Liz Rice. Once you’ve heard about securing your setup, Luke Blaney, principal engineer at the Financial Times, will talk you through monitoring infrastructure and apps, taking into account the fact most of us have to deal with some legacy systems besides shiny new microservices.
Before we take a quick lunch break, Hanna Prinz will guide you into the world of service meshes, providing you with some tools to help you assess if it’s a good choice for your project.
The afternoon will be filled by Skyscanner’s Nicky Wrightson, who will debate the need for pre-production environments; Pauline Lallinec who’ll look into Helm for frictionless deployments (and what to do when it all goes wrong); and Mateo Burillo, who will present ways to make compliance part of the continuous delivery pipeline. And since this all can’t be done alone, we’ll end with a discussion round on the future of DevOps.
Of course you’ll get your say as well, with some extended Q&A sessions at the end of each talk and opportunities to chat with other participants, among other things.
Tickets are £120 each, and are on sale now. We’re looking forward to seeing you online. And next year, in person… we’ll bring the food.