The DevOps Focus Groups consists of 12 syndicate rooms, each with its own DevOps-related subject and facilitated by a knowledgeable figure. Each debate session runs three times through the course of the day and with spaces limited up to ten delegates per session to ensure that meaningful discussion takes place and all opinions are heard. Each session lasts 1.5 hours and gives participants the opportunity to really get inside the minds of their peers and understand the varying viewpoints.
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What are the DevOps Focus Groups?
The DevOps Focus Groups is a one day event run between 9.30am – 5.30pm and consists of 12 syndicate rooms, a small exhibition, and a networking and relationship building arena.
The roundtable sessions
Delegates will have the choice to pre-select 3 roundtable sessions ahead of the day. Topics range from ‘DevOps and the cloud’ to ‘DevSecOps’ and ‘Succeeding with continuous delivery and continuous integration,’ and much more.
Who will attend?
The DevOps Focus Groups are open to all within the industry, but are ideal for C-level executives interested in learning about the professional movement and its cultural variations that assist, promote and guide a collaborative working relationship between Development and Operations.