Event We’re really thrilled to announce the first two keynotes for Continuous Lifecycle Online, our three-day – 10-12 May, 2021 – virtual event bringing together some of the DevOps, Containers and CI/CD world’s brightest thinkers and doers.
On day two, Dr Holly Cummins, senior technical staff member and innovation leader at IBM, will be talking to you about How to Love Kubernetes and Not Wreck the Planet. With two per cent of the world’s energy use down to data centres, Holly will be asking, “Is K8s helping or making things worse,” and laying out a roadmap to help you figure out how to do the right thing.
Our day three keynote speaker is Liz Fong-Jones, who will give you a primer on chaos and resilience engineering, and some pointers on how to use these approaches in production. This won’t be a theoretical talk. Liz will be drawing on her own experience at Honeycomb, where no node lives longer than 12 months, and nodes are automatically recycled every week.
We’re really excited to have Liz and Holly join a speaker lineup that is big on both thought leadership and practical experience. You can see the full lineup of speakers, and purchase tickets on the CLO website here.
Remember, we’ve organized it so that each day dives into a specific topic, with day one focusing on DevOps, day two on Continuous Delivery and Continuous Integration, and day three talking containers, you can access all three days of CLO for just ￡250 or take things day by day.
While things are still virtual this year, we’ll make sure the sessions are as interactive as possible, with extended Q&A times, while we’ll also work to make sure your questions get answered offline, if necessary. And we’re also working on some cunning plans to ensure you still get to interact with your fellow attendees throughout the conference.
And with every session recorded and available to ticket holders exclusively after the conference, you won’t have to worry about those day-to-day interruption and distractions: you won’t miss out on a thing.
Get your tickets right here.