Speakers for DevOps Summit 2012

UNICOM’s DevOps Summit 2012, brings practitioners and developers together to share their experiences and show how to build and control systems using Agile techniques and Lean practices.

The day is led by Stephen Nelson-Smith, a Technical Director of Atalanta Systems and has a diverse range of authoritative speakers, such as – Robert Cowham, BCS Configuration Management Sp Group; Dave Snowden, Cognitive Edge; Emma Langman, Progression Partnership; John Stevenson, Atlassian;  Matthew Deacon, inThiNK; Scott Wilson, UC4; Laurence Sweeney, CollabNet and Kevin Lee, Serena.

Stephen Nelson-Smith is one of the foundational thinkers and practitioners of DevOps, and has presented internationally on the subject. As Technical director of Atalanta Systems, he has introduced DevOps ideas and practices for clients as diverse as Sony Computer Entertainment and the UK Government Department for Schools, Children and Family. He currently represents Opscode in Europe, the creators of the leading cloud infrastructure automation framework, Chef.

Click here to register and join the Summit


Call the team on 01895 256 484 for further assistance or email info@unicom.co.uk to request a booking form or reserve delegate places.


2 responses to “Speakers for DevOps Summit 2012

  1. Pingback: Mike Rowell – Technologist » Devops Summit 2012·

    • Dear Mike,
      Thank you for the feedback. We are glad that the DevOps Summit was valuable to you.
      The topic generated a lot of interest and the event was a successful combination of knowledge and interaction.
      We thank you and the all the attendees for their participation and enthusiasm. We will be organising another DevOps Summit this year in Amsterdam in November, please do let us know if you have any suggestions that we can include in our programme.

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