This month we held our meetup at the one of our favourite venues, DigitasLBI. As usual, 3 great speakers followed by beer and pizza afterwards.
Tony from Linux Recruit had the great idea of hosting a DevOps Exchange meetup at Vungle while he was in town for Kubecon, and it was always our plan to eventually take what has become the world's largest DevOps meetup in London, over to the states, and see how it went over there.
This month we held our meetup at the huge IPExpo show in Excel London, who were kind enough to share their keynote stage to host all our attendees. Unfortunately our usual video crew couldn't make it this month meaning we ended up using their recording crew, and somewhere along the lines one of the talks from Channel 4 was lost. Apologies to Channel 4 and our attendees who won't be able to see the great talk they did this month, we've put the slides below for reference.
Last month we did our 4th general DevOps meetup which we held at DigitasLBi's great offices in London. 3 more great speakers and a great attendee turnout, it was great to see lots of regulars, and also many new faces for beers and pizza afterwards.
This month we did our 3rd general DevOps meetup which we held at ASOS's great offices in London. 3 more great speakers and a great attendee turnout, it was great to see lots of regulars, and also many new faces for beers and pizza afterwards.
This month we did our 2nd general DevOps meetup at Cloud World Forum in Olympia. Despite being the other side of London from our usual locations we had a great turnout and some really good speakers all talking about Cloud and Docker/Containers.
This month we are going back to the roots and the theme will be 'Anything DevOps', a chance for speakers to tackle their preferred topic rather than being constrained by a narrower theme.
Did the appearance of NoSQL influence DevOps? Or was it viceversa? What’s sure is that NoSQL technologies are both used by many DevOps-friendly tools (e.g. Elasticsearch in ELK) and the target of much automation when they are part of distributed systems that need automation and management.
This month's meetup was for the significant number of you who live in the Windows world, and for those that are skeptical, a chance to see what life is like on the other side of the fence.
We kicked off the worlds largest DevOps meetup in 2015 with over 300 attendees, making this our largest meetup yet!