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90DaysOfDevOps - 2024 Community Edition

event starts

1 Jan 2024

event ends

31 Jan 2024



We are looking for 90 sessions from the Community! 

These sessions will be released from the 1st Jan 2024 to 31st March 2024, which actually is 91 days for 2024 with it being a leap year, but don't worry about that.. 

Event Overview:

We are excited to announce the inaugural "90DaysOfDevOps" event, dedicated to celebrating the vibrant DevOps community and fostering knowledge sharing. This event aims to bring together DevOps enthusiasts, professionals, and learners for a dynamic exchange of ideas, insights, and experiences.

Event Details:

Date: 90 consecutive days starting from 1st Jan 2024

Format: Virtual sessions (YouTube), ranging from 10-30 minutes 

Location: Online | FREE


Invitation to the DevOps Community:

We invite you to contribute to this amazing learning project with well over 20,000 GitHub Stars, by submitting your session proposals for consideration. We are seeking diverse, engaging, and informative presentations that cover a wide spectrum of DevOps-related topics, from personal growth stories to hands-on tool demonstrations and real-world project showcases.

Personal DevOps Journeys: Share your career growth, challenges faced, and lessons learned on your journey within the DevOps landscape.

Session Topics:

We welcome session proposals on a variety of DevOps subjects, including but not limited to:

Effective Continuous Integration and Deployment: Best practices, tools, and strategies for streamlining and automating the CI/CD pipeline.

Infrastructure as Code (IaC): Demos and case studies showcasing the implementation of IaC using tools like Terraform, Ansible, and Chef.

Containerization and Orchestration: Insights into Docker, Kubernetes, and other containerization technologies for scalable and efficient deployments.

Monitoring and Observability: Techniques for monitoring application performance, logging, and tracing in a DevOps environment.

Security in DevOps: Exploring DevSecOps principles, secure coding practices, and integrating security throughout the development lifecycle.

Microservices Architecture: Real-world examples of designing, building, and maintaining microservices-based applications.

Cloud-Native DevOps: Leveraging cloud services for DevOps practices, serverless computing, and cloud-native architecture.

Submission Guidelines:

Abstract: A concise summary (up to 300 words) of your proposed session, including its relevance to DevOps and key takeaways.

Speaker Information: Brief bio, photo, and contact details.

Session Format: Presentation, live demo

Duration: Specify the preferred duration of your session (10-30 mins).

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If your session is accepted, we will require the recording of your presentation in MP4 format. This recording will be uploaded to our YouTube channel on a day that is assigned to your session. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to provide a single markdown file in the event's GitHub repository. This markdown can be used to share any relevant code snippets, diagrams, or additional resources that the community can reference and follow along with.

Expectations for Submitted Sessions:

Relevance to DevOps: We expect all submitted sessions to be closely aligned with DevOps principles, practices, and technologies. Sessions should contribute to the understanding, adoption, and advancement of DevOps culture and methodologies.

Inclusivity: We aim to create an inclusive and welcoming environment for all attendees. We encourage speakers to be considerate of diverse backgrounds, experiences, and skill levels when crafting their sessions.

Originality and Innovation: We encourage speakers to propose sessions that offer fresh insights, innovative approaches, and new perspectives on DevOps-related topics. Original content that challenges existing norms or introduces novel solutions is highly valued.

Educational Value: Sessions should aim to educate and inform the audience. Whether it's a technical deep-dive, a case study, or a thought-provoking discussion, the content should provide actionable takeaways and valuable lessons for attendees to apply in their own DevOps journeys.

Practical Demonstrations: We appreciate sessions that include practical demonstrations, live coding, or hands-on examples. These help attendees visualize the concepts being discussed and provide a more engaging learning experience.

Real-World Use Cases: Proposals highlighting real-world use cases, success stories, and challenges faced in DevOps implementations are highly sought after. Sharing practical experiences and lessons learned can inspire and guide others in their own endeavours.

Diversity of Topics and Perspectives: We anticipate a wide range of session topics, reflecting the diverse aspects of DevOps. We encourage submissions covering different tools, techniques, methodologies, and roles within the DevOps ecosystem.

Clarity and Structure: Clear and well-structured session abstracts are essential. Submissions should clearly outline the session's objectives, key points, and how the content will be delivered to ensure attendees know what to expect.