Successful DevOps = Continuous Learning

Successful DevOps = Continuous Learning


Where: Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center
14 Mechanic Street
Southbridge, MA 01550
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When: Wednesday, November 13, 2019
9:00am - 3:15pm 
Note: Registration starts at 7:30am

Workshop Organizer: David Blezard of University of New Hampshire

Registration Fee:
NERCOMP Member:
Early-bird rate prior to October 2 - $123.25 (15% discount)
Rate October 2 and after - $145

Non Member:
Early-bird rate prior to October 2 - $246.50 (15% discount)
Rate October 2 and after - $290

The registration fee includes am and pm break and lunch.


Event Overview
There are three core principles of DevOps:
1) Systems Thinking,
2) Feedback, and
3) Experimentation and Learning.

Come join us as we explore the third of the three principles of DevOps: a culture of continued experimentation and learning. We’ll look at aspects of DevOps practices and tools to improve the management and delivery of IT services within our higher education environments. 

You’ll hear from colleagues at other schools about their practices and real-world implementations of tools to automate the deployment of applications and management of server environments. You’ll understand the benefits others are obtaining from DevOps and be able to experiment with what you learn to improve your own environments.
 

Who should attend?
This workshop will target both beginning and more advanced DevOps practitioners with sessions across a range of topics. 


Session Outcomes:
- Understand the core practices and benefits of DevOps
- See examples of how specific DevOps-related technologies work and create positive improvements
- Bring back one or more ideas of how you could adopt a DevOps-related practice for your environment 

 

 

 

Registration Cancellation Policy:
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