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Why Attend the DevOps Enterprise Summit?

Author, Gene Kim


Major enterprises are embracing DevOps. The DevOps Enterprise Summit is bringing together top practitioners who are leading DevOps transformations in large, complex organizations. It is a three-day conference on October 21-23, where leaders share their lessons learned, spanning culture, technology and leadership.Speakers include leaders from Disney, Macy's, Blackboard, Barclays, Nordstrom, Target, Microsoft, Ticketmaster,,, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and more.

We want to provide you with the stories and relationships you need in order to start and accelerate the continuous delivery and DevOps journey in your organization.Please join me, along with TheNEXUS Community Project and Sonatype, as we launch this incredible three day event. I look forward to seeing you and saying a personal thank you for being part of our growing community.

For friends of Sonatype, register for the DevOps Enterprise Summit and use promo code “SONATYPE” for a 20% discount -- expires 10/10.

About the Author

Gene Kim (co-author of "The Phoenix Project") is hosting the DevOps Enterprise Summit, a three-day conference, where leaders of large, complex organization who are adopting DevOps share their transformation stories.

Their goal is to show that DevOps is for horses, and not just for unicorns. Announced speakers include GE Energy, Macy’s, Disney, Blackboard, Ticketmaster/LiveNation, Barclays Capital, US Department of Homeland Security,, Nordstrom, Capital One, Raytheon, MITRE and more…

If you love heroic and courageous tales of DevOps transformations — of how people overcame suspicion and vanquished low-trust, command-and-control bureaucracies — this conference is for you!

The location/date is San Francisco on Oct 21-23.


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Written by Mark Miller

Mark Miller serves as the Senior Storyteller and DevOps Advocate at Sonatype. He speaks and writes extensively on DevSecOps and Security, hosting panel discussions, podcasts, and webinars on tools and processes within the Software Supply Chain.