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Latest DevOps Event News


DevOps Live Virtual: Enterprise Evolution 2021 Panel Discussions

In this two-day forum, The DevOps Live Virtual: Enterprise Evolution panels, on 16th & 17th June, bring together a knowledge-rich line-up of industry experts to take stock of the most pressing themes for developers today.


The Zero Trust Interactive Forum 2021: The Panels

The adoption and integration of Zero Trust principles into any cybersecurity strategy comes with many challenges and questions – what stand at the heart of the wide-ranging panel discussions taking place next week, 16th & 17th June.


On-demand Webinar: Using DevOps to navigate the implications of COVID-19
Techerati Academy's latest cloud webinar is available for on-demand viewing Despite recent uncertainty it appears that system development and delivery has been resilient; helping organisations rapidly create or adapt digital offerings. However, suddenly moving to distributed teams and remotely accessing infrastructure wasn’t easy for all. This panel will address how DevOps can help organisations navigate... Read More

Cloud Expo Europe & co-located events to bring over 21,000 delegates to the UK’s largest enterprise technology event this March

CloserStill Media’s award-winning event stack is expected to welcome over 21,000 international industry professionals to the ExCeL London to connect with innovators and service providers, network with peers and access a wealth of knowledge and advice on emerging enterprise IT trends.

The two-day event will feature a suite of new content and highlights, including Big Data & AI World Leaders Circle, a laser-focused platform where senior data leaders will share inspiring stories, facilitating conversations to help them overcome data challenges. Joining the Leaders Circle for its inaugural year are Peter Eckley, CDO, Bank of England; Simon Asplen-Taylor, CDO, Rank Group; and Nick Hough-Robbins, CDO, Shell Retail IT, among others.


Celebrating female creators, coders, innovators and technicians
Technology, similar to comedy, has always been a very male domain. It’s a masculine, alpha pursuit both in respect of employment and even leisure activity. Girls are not meant to be leaders in anything that requires the beady eye of a man… OK so who ran Bletchley Park then? 8,000 women worked there during the... Read More

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