Top DevOps Conferences in 2016: 49 Events For DevOps Pros

We’ve done the research and found the best DevOps conferences and events that we want to attend in the coming year. To help you plan your upcoming year, we’ve rounded up the top DevOps events and conferences in North America for 2016, and even thrown in a couple of camps and meetups too. Planning this early also means you’re more likely to save some money with early bird pricing.

Our list of the top DevOps events and conferences in 2016 includes everything you need to hone your software development skills and prepare your operations teams for automating more efficiently. Choose from our top DevOps events with tracks, speakers, and valuable content encompassing Agile, SysAdmins, the IT process, Open Source, and other timely and relevant topics of interest to the DevOps community. Attending one, or even several, DevOps conferences in 2016 will provide you with knowledge of the most up-to-date technologies and perspectives impacting the field, giving you a competitive edge.

We’ve included events and conferences that feature industry professionals and thought leaders as keynote/breakout session speakers, highly popular session tracks, and top-notch networking opportunities so that you’ll be sure to find the right events and conferences to meet your DevOps needs.

Please note, we have listed our top 49 DevOps events and conferences in 2016 in no particular order.

Top DevOps Conferences in 2016: 49 Events For DevOps Pros

1. Glue // @gluecon
May 25-26
Denver (Broomfield), CO

Glue

Glue is the DevOps conference for exploring the integration of everything on the web as a platform. Since developers are behind the most important technology today – Cloud, DevOps, mobile, APIs, and Big Data – Glue brings them together to cover NoSQL, Node.js, HTML5, backend-as-a-service, cloud management and security, cloud storage, Hadoop, DevOps, mobile app development, cloud platform, and others. Glue recognizes that developers are at the center of it all, and that’s why it’s a top DevOps event for 2016.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

2. OSCON // @oscon
May 16-19
Austin, TX

OSCON

OSCON presents experts to help you learn about FLOSS in real-world applications. OSCON attendees learn from these experts how they solve difficult problems using the open source ecosystem. DevOps professionals “meet the full stack, face to face” at OSCON and learn all they need to about open source software, architecture, frameworks, and tools for today.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

3. CAST // @AST_News
Date TBA
Location TBA

CAST

The Association for Software Testing (AST), dedicates itself to advancing the understanding of the science and practice of software testing according to context-driven principles. They offer the Conference of the Association for Software Testing (CAST), for DevOps professionals looking to attend full-day tutorials, keynotes, and track sessions to learn and discuss how to positively influence and advance software testing. CAST is a conference that thrives on the networking and discussions that take place during the “open season” sessions, in the hallways, at receptions, and anywhere else people stop to have a conversation. We’re eagerly anticipating learning the details of CAST 2016.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

4. STAR – Software Testing and Review East // @TechWell
May 1-6
Orlando, FL

STAR Software Testing and Review East

TechWell presents STAR (Software Testing and Review East) in Orlando, Florida, in Spring 2016. Billed as “the premier event for software testing and QA professionals,” STAR is a DevOps conference you won’t want to miss. With more than 100 learning and networking opportunities, STAR East covers DevOps, agile testing, test automation, cloud testing, and much more. Featured speakers include David Dang of Zenergy Technologies, James Bach of Satisfice, Inc., Lee Copeland of TechWell Corp., and many other thought leaders and industry experts.

Cost to Attend:

  • 3-Day Training Class + Conference (5 Days): $3,396 Super Early Bird on or before March 4
  • 2-Day Training Class + 1 Day Tutorial + Conference (5 Days): $3,295 Super Early Bird on or before March 4
  • Best Value Package (5 Days): $2,695 Super Early Bird on or before March 4
  • Conference + Two Tutorial Days (4 Days): $2,395 Super Early Bird on or before March 4

5. DeveloperWeek Conference + Festival // @DeveloperWeek
February 12-18
San Francisco, CA

DeveloperWeek 2015

DeveloperWeek Conference + Festival is presented by DevNetwork, a leading global developer community and producer of tech, mobile, data, and API conferences. DeveloperWeek Conference + Festival is the largest full-stack developer conference and festival and features a hackathon, workshops, conference and expo, and much more. Join more than 1,200 DevOps professionals and designers, learn by enrolling in an educational skills track, experience more than 100 dev technologies, and participate in more than 40 city-wide partner events at DeveloperWeek Conference + Festival 2016.

Cost to Attend: 

  • DeveloperWeek 2016 PRO Pass: $699 through December 18
  • DeveloperWeek OPEN Pass: $300
  • DeveloperWeek Expo PLUS Pass: $25.00
  • DeveloperWeek JavaScript Conference: $450

6. Percona Live Data Performance Conference // @Percona
April 18-21
Santa Clara, CA

Percona Live Data Performance Conference

Percona delivers enterprise-class solutions to its more than 3,000 worldwide customers for both MySQL and MongoDB traditional and cloud-based platforms. The Percona Live Data Performance Conference, taking place in Santa Clara, is a premier DevOps event for MySQL, NoSQL, and data in cloud ecosystems. Percona Live Data Performance Conference features breakout sessions, tutorial sessions, lightning talks, and much more.

Cost to Attend:

  • Super Saver Registration – Conference & Tutorials: $1,399 + $51.92 fee through December 20
  • Super Saver Registration – Conference Only: $999 + $39.92 fee through December 20

7. Software Test Professionals Spring Conference & Expo // @SoftwareTestPro
April 2016
Silicon Valley, CA

Software Test Professionals Spring Conference Expo

The Software Test Professionals Spring Conference & Expo (STPCon) will be held in April 2016 in Silicon Valley. A leading conference on software testing, STPCon is a must-attend DevOps conference, covering the hottest industry topics including agile testing, performance testing, test automation, mobile application testing, and test team leadership and management. Network and gather with high-level professionals, improve your software testing techniques, discover emerging DevOps trends, and gain insight when you attend STPCon 2016.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

8. Fluent // @fluentconf
March 8-10
San Francisco, CA

Fluent

Fluent is the DevOps conference highlighting the emerging methods, tools, and technologies of the web platform, including JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and more. Attend Fluent and register for training sessions March 7-8, sign-up for the conference March 8-10, learn about the latest web development technologies and frameworks, and hear from featured speakers including Elijah Manor of Ramsey Solutions and Kyle Simpson of MakerSquare.

Cost to Attend:

  • Platinum pass, Monday-Thursday: $3,245 through December 10
  • Gold pass, Tuesday-Thursday: $1,995 through December 10
  • Silver pass, Tuesday-Thursday: $1,595 through December 10
  • Bronze pass, Wednesday-Thursday: $1,195 through December 10
  • Training pass, Monday-Tuesday, $1,945

9. International Conference on Software Quality // @asqsoftware
Date TBA
Location TBA

International Conference on Software Quality

The International Conference on Software Quality (ICSQ) is a top DevOps conference presented by the ASQ Software Division. While details for ICSQ 2016 are not yet available, it’s sure to be just as excellent as the 2015 version, with certification programs, pre-conference tutorials, concurrent track sessions, exhibits, and keynote speakers, among other events and sessions.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

10. Agile Dev Conference West // @TechWell
June 5-10
Las Vegas, NV

Agile Dev Conference West

TechWell seeks to help you “connect with the information, training, and expertise you need to deliver great software,” and that’s why their Agile Dev Conference West (ADC West) made the cut as one of our top DevOps conferences in 2016. Slated to take place at Caesars Palace in early June, ADC West is co-located with DevOps West and Better Software West. Topics cover agile testing, agile development, software development, agile test automation, and others that are especially of interest to DevOps professionals.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

11. QAI QUEST 2016 // @QAIquest
April 18-22
Chicago, IL

QAI QUEST 2016

QAI QUEST 2016 is the annual QUEST Conference and Expo, a DevOps event that focuses on new technologies and proven methods for Quality Engineered Software and Testing. Join North American thought leaders, evangelists, innovative practitioners, and IT professionals for a full week of classes, tutorials, educational sessions, hands-on workshops, discussion groups, networking events, and more.

Cost to Attend:

  • Manager’s Solutions Workshop, Three-Day Conference, & Exhibitor Expo, Monday-Friday: $2,595 before February 17
  • Monday Class, Tuesday Tutorials, Three-Day Conference, & Exhibitor Expo, Monday-Friday: $2,195 before February 17
  • Two-Day Essentials Testing Class, Three-Day Conference & Exhibitor Expo, Monday-Friday: $2,495 before February 17
  • Three-Day Conference & Exhibitor Expo, Wednesday-Friday: $1,745 before February 17

12. ApacheCon North America // @linuxfoundation
May 11-13
Vancouver, BC, Canada

ApacheCon North America

ApacheCon North America 2016 will be held in Vancouver, Canada, making it the only DevOps event in our list that will not be held in the United States. It’s totally worth the trip to Canada for this DevOps conference, where attendees will join the open source community and learn about and collaborate on technologies and projects impacting the future of open source, web technologies, and cloud computing. ApacheCon offers tracks and mini-summits dedicated to specific Apache projects and will also host complimentary tracks, hackathons, lighting talks, and BarCampApache.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

13. Velocity // @velocityconf
May 27-29
Santa Clara, CA

Velocity

Velocity returns to the west coast in June 2016 and promises to deliver everything DevOps professionals need to learn how to “build resilient systems as scale.” Velocity features web performance, DevOps, and continuous delivery experts who deliver keynotes and sessions that cover the most important topics in the field, including DevOps in the enterprise, containerization and deployment, continuous delivery, instrumentation, monitoring, automation, and more.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

14. DevOps Enterprise Summit // @electriccloud // @jezhumble
Date TBA
Location TBA

DevOps Enterprise Summit

The DevOps Enterprise Summit, presented by Electric Cloud and IT Revolution, is a can’t miss DevOps event for individuals who are “bringing Lean principles into the IT value stream while building DevOps and Continuous Delivery into their organization.” A three-day summit, DevOps Enterprise is an agile, continuous delivery, and DevOps event featuring thought leaders and industry experts who utilize best practices in large and complex organizations. We can’t wait to learn more details about DOES16.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance Cost

15. Salt Conference  // @SaltStackInc
April 19-21
Salt Lake City, UT

Salt Conference

SaltStack delivers software for orchestrating and automating CloudOps, ITOps, and DevOps “at extreme speed and scale.” Their DevOps conference, SaltConf, is slated to take place in Salt Lake City in April. While details are a little scarce at this point, we know that SaltConf16 will be as epic as the previous installments of the conference, with its full day of pre-conference training, two full days of content, hands-on labs, and deep-dive technical trainings. DevOps professionals appreciate the SaltStack use cases, best practices, keynotes, hacking, and networking they find at SaltConf, and 2016 is sure to be bigger and better than ever.

Cost to Attend:

  • Full Conference: $999 early bird
  • Full Conference: $1,399 standard rate
    • Buy three get one free (group rate)
  • Pre-Conference Training Add-On: $500

16. PuppetConf // @PuppetConf
October 17-21
San Diego, CA

PuppetConf

PuppetConf, an IT operations conference that’s perfect for DevOps professionals, is presented by Puppet Labs. PuppetConf features a long list of expert speakers, Puppet training, presentations, and more. This week-long DevOps conference also offers hands-on labs and track sessions specifically for DevOps professionals. We can’t wait to hear more about PuppetConf 2016 in the coming months.

Cost to Attend:

  • PuppetConf ONLY Ticket, 2+ Days, Oct. 19-21: $717 Early Bird
  • PuppetConf + Contributor Summit Ticket, 3 Days, Oct. 19-21: $717 Early Bird
  • PuppetConf PLUS Intro to Puppet Training, 3 Days, Oct. 19-21: $1,300
  • PuppetConf PLUS Puppet Architect Training, 4 Days, Oct. 18-21: $2,700
  • PuppetConf PLUS Puppet Practitioner Training, 5 Days, Oct. 17-21: $2,700
  • PuppetConf PLUS Puppet Fundamentals Training, 5 Days, Oct. 17-21: $2,700

17. Chef Conf 2016 // @chef
July 11-13
Austin, TX

ChefConf 2016

One of the largest gatherings of web-scale IT and DevOps leaders, practitioners, and innovators, ChefConf 2016 will take place over the course of three full days. Experience inspiring discussions, collaborative presentations, technical training, and hands-on labs centering on automating infrastructure and the continuous delivery of applications at ChefConf 2016 in Austin, Texas.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

18. DevOps Summit at Cloud Expo // @CloudExpo
June 7-9
New York, NY

DevOps Summit at Cloud Expo

DevOps Summit 2016 is slated for June 2016 in New York City. You can’t miss this DevOps event that expands the DevOps community, enables wide knowledge sharing, and educates everyone who attends. DevOps Summit 2015 focused on containers and microservices, and we’re eagerly awaiting news about DevOps Summit 2016. One thing is sure: DevOps Summit at Cloud Expo 2016 will deliver the intense DevOps discussions and focus we’ve come to expect.

Cost to Attend: Contact for registration cost

19. DockerCon // @DockerCon
June 20-21
Seattle, WA

DockerCon

DockerCon will be returning to the U.S.A. in 2016 at the Washington State Convention Center in June. DockerCon 2015 was so successful that Docker is expanding next year’s conference to welcome more than 3,000 attendees. Other changes for DockerCon 2016 include hands-on labs on a variety of Docker topics for various technical levels, plus advanced technical deep dives curated by the Docker core team as part of the Black Belt Track. This two day DevOps conference will feature topics and content surrounding Docker and is suitable for developers, DevOps, ops, SysAdmins, and C-level executives. The DockerCon 2016 website currently is under construction, so be sure to check back for updated information when DockerCon 2015 Europe wraps-up.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

20. DevOps Days Seattle // @devopsdays
Date TBA
Seattle, WA

DevOps Days Seattle

It’s about time DevOps Days comes to Seattle, and we’re happy to share the news that it’s happening in 2016. While we don’t know many details yet, we know that we’re excited to see this DevOps conference coming to an area that’s booming for developers, SysAdmins, and others involved with agile techniques. Check back for information to be released about DevOps Days Seattle.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

21. Monitorama // @Monitorama
June 27-29
Portland, OR

Monitorama

Monitorama is an open source monitoring conference and hackathon for DevOps pros, developers, web operations experts, and other related thought leaders. Attendees will learn about the tools and techniques being used by some of the world’s largest web architectures and will get the opportunity to explore Portland over the course of two days.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

22. LISA // @LISAConference
Date TBA
Location TBA

LISA

LISA15 is barely over as we write this, and we’re already looking ahead to next year. USENIX’s LISA conference is a premier DevOps event for professionals who want to make computing work efficiently across a slew of industries. A vendor-neutral meeting place, LISA is a six-day program featuring half and full-day training sessions, workshops, talks, refereed paper presentations, mini-tutorials, and more for systems engineers, operations professionals, developers, and DevOps pros who want to “share real-world knowledge about designing, building, and maintaining the critical systems of our interconnected world.” Check back for more details about LISA16.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

23. CoreOS Fest // @coreoslinux
Date TBA
Location TBA

CoreOS Fest

CoreOS Fest 2015 was a smashing success, and we’d be remiss if we didn’t include it on our 2016 list of the top DevOps events and conferences. We don’t know much about CoreOS Fest 2016 yet, but we do know that the event sold out in 2015, and you don’t want to miss your chance to attend next year. Topics covered at CoreOS Fest include containers, microservices, automation, and more topics of interest to the DevOps world.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

24. DevOps West // @TechWell
June 5-10
Las Vegas, NV

DevOps West

Presented by TechWell, DevOps West is co-located with Agile Dev West and Better Software West. Featuring keynote speakers and topics such as agile development, software testing, agile testing, development, and DevOps, DevOps West is an event you won’t want to miss in 2016. It doesn’t hurt that DevOps West is held at prestigious Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, either.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

25. Velocity New York // @velocityconf
September 20-22
New York, NY

Velocity New York

Velocity New York brings together web performance, DevOps, and continuous delivery experts. Tutorials, sessions, and keynotes feature industry and thought leaders providing real-world best practices for optimizing web pages, web performance and operations, and more. Plan on spending three intense days focused on web operations and performance when you attend this DevOps event in New York City.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

26. DrupalCon 2016 // @DrupalConNA
May 9-13
New Orleans, LA

DrupalCon 2016

DrupalCon 2016 will be held in New Orleans. This DevOps event joins the people who use, develop, design, and support the Drupal platform. Register for DrupalCon 2016 and expect to participate in learning sessions, talks, code sprints, and social events that will boost your DevOps skills and give you networking opportunities. Check back for more information on DrupalCon 2016 as it becomes available.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

27. O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference // @oreillysacon
April 10-13
New York, NY

OReilly Software Architecture Conference

The O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference is a must-attend DevOps event that will focus on the 2016 theme, “Engineering the Future of Software.” Consider attending the training days April 10 and 11 or the main conference April 11-13 in New York City. Either way, you’ll learn everything you need to know, from strategies, to essential technologies for building a solid foundation in software architecture, at the 2016 O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

28. SATURN 2016 // @SATURN_News
May 2-5
San Diego, CA

SATURN 2016

The SEI Architecture Technology User Network, SATURN is a software architecture community that encompasses a professional network of software, systems, and enterprise architects. SATURN 2016 is a premier DevOps conference geared toward software architects and practitioners who produce software architecture and view software architecture as a crucial piece of achieving business goals. SATURN offers keynotes and sessions on essential skills and cutting-edge methodology for software architects.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

29. Agile2016 // @AgileAlliance
July 25-29
Atlanta, GA

Agile2016

Whew! You may not have had the opportunity to attend Agile 2015 because it sold out early, so you should plan to attend Agile 2016. This annual DevOps conference focuses on advancing agile principles and serves as a venue for people to share, so their ideas can flourish. Join attendees from more than 40 countries, explore more than 200 agile sessions, take in insightful keynotes, and experience the social and networking events at Agile 2016.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

30. SpiceWorld // @Spiceworks
November 1-3
Austin, TX

SpiceWorld

SpiceWorld is a huge DevOps conference that attracts thousands of IT pros and tech marketers. Over the course of three days, you’ll experience how-to sessions, networking events, happy hours, parties, and fun. SpiceWorld is a great balance of learning, networking, and partying for DevOps pros.

Cost to Attend: $199 until January 29

31. DevNation // @DevNationConf
June 2016
San Francisco, CA

DevNation

DevNation, an open source conference, held by and for developers around the world. DevNation 2016 is scheduled for June 2016 and will feature general sessions, keynote addresses, featured speakers, technical sessions, and more with DevNation coders, experts in web, mobile, cloud, data, IoT, and DevOps thought leaders.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

32. DevSecOps at RSA Conference // @RSAConference
February 29 – March 4
San Francisco, CA

DevSecOps at RSA Conference

What better way to spend Leap Day 2016 than at the RSA Conference? RSA Conference USA 2016 will feature five main DevSecOps events within the Application Security & DevOps Track at RSA: Product Security at Internet Scale, Transforming Security: Containers, Virtualization, and Softwarization, Embedded Systems Security: Building a More Secure Device, Understanding HTTP/2, and Introducing a Security Program to Large Scale Legacy Products. Join other DevOps professionals in San Francisco to network and discuss some of the most pressing DevSecOps topics.

Cost to Attend:

  • Full Conference Pass: $1,595 Early Bird through November 20
  • Full Conference Academic/Student Pass: $695

33. IT/Dev Connections // @devconnections
Date TBA
Location TBA

ITDEV Connections

IT/Dev Connections 2015 featured more than 190 in-depth sessions and six tracks so that developers and IT professionals gained the skills they needed. We’re awaiting more details about IT/Dev Connections 2016, but if 2015 was any indication, we know attendees will be engaged and come away with the DevOps skills needed to advance their careers.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance price

34. ZendCon // @zendcon
Date TBA
Location TBA

ZendCon

ZendCon 2015 was a huge success, with a new exhibit hall, fantastic parties, and tons of PHP content for DevOps pros. With a tutorials day and three conference days, ZendCon 2015 provided attendees with insights and practical experience to apply to their own DevOps projects. DevOps professionals should look forward to the accelerated learning that deep dives and instructor-led tutorials have to offer at ZendCon 2016.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

35. Open Source Bridge // @osbridge
June 21-24
Portland, OR

Open Source Bridge

An annual DevOps conference, Open Source Bridge centers on building open source community and citizenship, with over four days of technical talks, hacking sessions, and collaboration opportunities. DevOps pros, hardware hackers, community organizers, developers, and others involved in the business of open source, attend Open Source Bridge and enjoy both the technology-agnostic innovative track structure that’s based on shared community experiences, project similarities, and the hacker lounge.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

36. IC3 Seattle // @iceethree
March 10
Seattle, WA

IC3 Seattle

IC3 is holding a DevOps event in Seattle in March that will focus on enterprise cloud, cloud migrations, and DevOps in the enterprise. The event will feature 45-minute sessions with Q&A time and will be geared toward containers, cloud security, citizen developers, continuous delivery, high-performance IT, and IT automation in the cloud, among others.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

37. Gartner IT Operations Strategies & Solutions Summit // @Gartner_inc
May 10-12
National Harbor, MD

Gartner IT Operations Strategies & Solutions Summit

The Gartner IT Operations Strategies & Solutions Summit is scheduled for May in National Harbor, Maryland. An event tailored to DevOps pros and IT operations professionals, this Gartner summit is designed to help attendees gain insight on today’s hottest topics including DevOps, bimodal IT, cloud, and mobility.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

38. CAMP IT Conference: DevOps – Strategies for the Enterprise
April 26
Chicago, IL

CAMP IT Conference DevOps Strategies for the Enterprise

CAMP IT Conferences offers events specifically for IT professionals, to help the understand new technologies and “make the critical, strategic and tactical decisions for their enterprises.” Their DevOps event, Strategies for the Enterprise, is a one-day session offering 7 CPE credits, as participants learn about strategies for making the enterprise more efficient and agile. The objective of this one-day DevOps event is for attendees to learn how to leverage DevOps, to bridge the gap between developers, operations, and QA in IT teams.

Cost to Attend: $289

39. Keep Austin Agile // @AgileAustin
May 26
Austin, TX

Keep Austin Agile

Keep Austin Agile is a one-day DevOps conference featuring multiple subject tracks and interactive workshops for everyone from the novice to the guru. The mission of Keep Austin Agile is “to elevate the state of agile practices and educated agile practitioners of all levels.” This fourth installment of Keep Austin Agile promises to be just as appealing to technical professionals, as it is to company executives.

Cost to Attend: Super Early Bird: $175 + $5.37 fee through January 21

40. DevOps Meetups// @Meetup
Usually Monthly
Everywhere!

DevOps Meetups

DevOps Meetups strengthen and grow local DevOps communities throughout the United States. Typically free and usually held on a monthly basis, DevOps Meetups are more informal gatherings of DevOps professionals seeking to share stories and insights and learn from one another. Just search for a DevOps Meetup near you to get started.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

41. Puppet Camps // @puppetlabs
Usually Monthly
Everywhere!

Puppet Camps

Puppet Camps are one-day, localized events that are perfect for DevOps professionals. Whether you’re a new or experienced Puppet user, you’re welcome at a Puppet Camp. Connect with others and learn from prominent Puppet community members at a Puppet Camp near you.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

42. RallyON // @RallySoftware
Date TBA
Location TBA

RallyON

RallyON, presented by Rally Software, is a DevOps conference that offers the latest ideas and best practices in agile, lean, and DevOps. RallyON features executive workshops, the chance to see WiP at all levels and through planning release, and hacking sessions. Check back soon for more information about RallyON 2016. We know we will!

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

43. DevOps Conference East // @TechWell
Date TBA
Location TBA

DevOps Conference East

DevOps Conference East truly is three conferences in one, with Agile Development Conference East, DevOps Conference East, and Better Software Conference East. DevOps Conference East 2015 is barely in the books, and we’re already looking forward to its 2016 installment because we’re hearing absolutely rave reviews. DevOps Conference East highlights the latest methods, processes, technologies, and tools that are being used to integrate agile development with systems operations. Attendees will experience keynotes with industry thought leaders, in-depth half/full day tutorials, concurrent sessions covering major issues and solutions, and much more.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

44. QCon New York 2016 // @qconnewyork
June 13-17
New York, NY

QCon New York 2016

QCon New York, a practitioner-driven DevOps conference that focuses on “facilitating the spread of knowledge and innovation in enterprise software development,” is geared toward professional software developers. With two days of tutorials following the three-day conference, QCon New York offers its attendees networking opportunities, as well as the chance to hear from experts and thought leaders in DevOps and related fields.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

45. FutureStack // @futurestack
Date TBA
Location TBA

FutureStack

FutureStack is New Relic’s annual technology and user conference. Perfect for DevOps, developers, IT experts, and technologists who build, run, and reshape the world of modern software, FutureStack features fireside chats, kick-off parties, and speakers who are industry and thought leaders. FutureStack15 is barely in the books, but you’ll want to be sure to include FutureStack16 on your short list of DevOps events and conferences for 2016.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

46. Jenkins User Conference // @jenkinsconf
Date TBA
Location TBA

Jenkins User Conference

The main focus of the Jenkins User Conference is using Jenkins for continuous integration and continuous delivery as fundamental best practices for enterprise software delivery. As a DevOps conference, the Jenkins User Conference features presenters who are experienced DevOps practitioners, Jenkins developers, build managers, QA, architects, and IT operations staff. Stay tuned for more information on the Jenkins User Conference 2016.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

47. OWASP AppSec California // @AppSecCali
January 25-27
Santa Monica, CA

OWASP AppSec California

The OWASP AppSec California is a DevOps event that joins together InfoSec professionals, QA/testing professionals, and DevOps professionals who want to learn and share their knowledge and experiences about secure systems and secure development methodologies. OWASP AppSec California includes a full day of training on DevOps-related subjects by expert trainers, followed by two days of sessions led by world-renowned speakers.

Cost to Attend:

  • 2 Day Conference Registration: $300 through December 31
  • Trainings: $600 through December 31
  • Package: Training & 2 Day Conference: $750 through December 31

48. DevOps FUSION Summit // @itsmf_usa // @ThinkHDI
Date TBA
Location TBA

DevOps FUSION Summit

DevOps FUSION Summit is a co-located event with FUSION. This DevOps summit, billed as “where DevOps and service management unite,” is produced by itSMF USA and HDI. The goal of the DevOps FUSION Summit is to show attendees how collaborating and integrating cross-functional teams leads to continuous software delivery. This interactive DevOps event includes practical approaches for collaboration and driving DevOps forward in your organization.

Cost to Attend: Contact for attendance cost

49. PowerShell and DevOps Global Summit // @PSHOrg
April 4-6
Bellevue, WA

PowerShell and DevOps Global Summit

The PowerShell and DevOps Global Summit will take place April 4-6 in Bellevue, Washington. This annual DevOps event features expert presenters and networking opportunities. Attendees will be immersed in PowerShell and learn much more about DevOps principles and practices.

Cost to Attend:

  • 3 Day: $950
  • 4 Day: $1,500

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