The dates for the 2015 Jenkins User Conference (JUC) World Tour are coming up quickly! This year, with the Jenkins user community at its strongest and largest size yet (well over 100K active installations), each stop in the Jenkins World Tour 2015 will be the largest gathering of Jenkins users in the region.
Kohsuke Kawaguchi, the creator of the Jenkins project, will be the opening keynote speaker, just as he has been at past JUC conferences.
With the expansion of JUC this year to two days, we have added another keynote on the second day. We are pleased to announce that it will be Gene Kim, author of The Phoenix Project and a thought leader in DevOps. Learn more about Gene.
To have both of these experts in one place will provide a tremendous opportunity to learn about Jenkins as the foundation for CD and DevOps practices - both the technologies that enable CD and DevOps and best practices for achieving CD and a DevOps culture.
This year, the Jenkins World Tour 2015 will be paired with the CD Summit conference. These two events will be run concurrently over two days (at U.S. East, Europe and U.S. West only), allowing attendees of either conference to attend any of the talks and presentations at the other event. That means a great mix of people to network with, from Jenkins developers and CD practitioners to managers, architects and directors/VPs of R&D. CD Summit was incredibly popular last year - if you didn’t attend one of the seven that were held in 2014 around the world, you missed out on a great learning opportunity. Learn more about the 2015 CD Summit conferences.
With the number of sessions and experts available to you throughout the Jenkins User Conference this year and the opportunity to crossover and attend CD Summit sessions, you have an amazing opportunity to gain insights into solving YOUR specific Jenkins and DevOps challenges.
Registration for JUC is now open for all locations. Register and take advantage of Early Bird pricing (ends May 1)!
The Call for Papers for JUC is still open for Israel and U.S. West. If you are interested in speaking or know of someone you would like to hear speak, here are the deadlines for abstract submissions:
- U.S. West: May 3
- Israel: May 15
The Call for Papers for CD Summit is open for U.S. West only:
Sponsorships are great ways to show your support for the Jenkins Community and passion for continuous delivery! Opportunities are available for all locations.