attend the event (Early bird pricing ends May 16) to learn from your peers and also share your own experiences by joining us as a speaker!
The theme for #DOES16 San Francisco conference is Leading Change.We want to hear stories from the leaders of large, complex organizations implementing DevOps principles and practices. This year’s programming will be based on series of survey questions about the biggest issues IT professionals continue to work with. Several universal topics emerged, and we will be selecting talks that address them: People and Culture: We’re interested in the strategies and methods you employed to successfully lead change and to enable DevOps outcomes in large organizations. How did your approach to leadership and organizational design differ from those used in more traditional IT organizations? How is the workforce different, both for employees as well as contractors and outsourcers? And what have been your results? Process and Technology: We are interested in the practices you have adopted to integrate change into your workforce and build on changing relationships with your vendors. What are modern architectural and technical practices that every technology leader needs to know about? Compliance and Security: We’re interested in concrete ways you have helped DevOps bridge the information security and compliance gap, showing auditors and regulators that effective controls exist to prevent, detect, and correct problems.
Feel like you have a good story to tell?We want to hear from you! Submit your proposal for a chance to be among your peers talking about the realities and future of software development. But don't wait, the submission deadline is May 2, 2016. Submit your proposal now »
Early Bird Ticket now Available!Don't feel like speaking? No problem. Early Bird Tickets to the conference are available until May 16th. Guarantee your spot and save over $300 off the full price ticket. Get your ticket now »
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