Upcoming Virtual Events

April 22

HealthConDX Virtual Summit explores the technologies that are enabling the future of health care, and how technology is enabling healthcare innovations, delivery, management and security. Breakout sessions will focus on ways in which modern software hardware and software practices are driving innovation and enhanced cybersecurity, as part of health care’s digital transformation.

Each expert-led session and panel discussion will focus on:

  • Digital transformation in health care
  • Protecting patients physically and digitally
  • Building better healthcare apps and technology
  • Running a state-of-the-art healthcare business

Sessions will be geared toward practitioners, managers, and C-level types, as well as top-name keynote sessions. If you work in health care, healthcare IT, or cyber industries, this event is not to be missed.

May 19

DevOps Connect: DevSecOps has been part of RSAC for over 5 years. Each spring, we put together internationally recognized speakers to bring you the best in peer-to-peer knowledge exchange. This year, our focus is on Securing the Cloud Native World. At this event, sessions will cover how the finance industry, manufacturing, healthcare and the hospitality industries are securing their cloud initiatives.

We have found that over half the attendees are security professionals trying to learn about DevOps, who would like to hear how others are building security into their cloud native projects. You’ll walk away with ideas on how to better secure your systems, as well as how to monitor and maintain the security of those systems. All sessions will be recorded and available to those who register. The recordings will be available for on-demand viewing following the conference. We look forward to seeing you online this year.

June 2-3

TechStrong Con. Now in its second year, TechStrong Con is a testament to the ways in which technology can improve human existence, even in our greatest time of need. This year’s event will feature examples of how digital transformation, DevOps, cloud native and cybersecurity have enabled us to survive—and some thrive—in the past year, and look ahead to what we can expect as we adjust to a new normal. TechStrong Con also will explore the future of hybrid: hybrid events, hybrid workplaces, hybrid/multi-cloud infrastructure. Join us as we look at lessons learned from the pandemic and how tech can lead the way going forward.

July 14-15

Cloud-native technologies are fast becoming an integral part of IT environments as organizations continuously accelerate their development efforts to meet business demands. Cloud-Native Virtual Summit 2021 explores the cloud-native ecosystem beyond Kubernetes and ways in which organizations can leverage cloud-native technologies to move faster and more securely. Sessions led by experts will focus on topics including cloud-native infrastructure, networking and security, and include real-world insight into:

  • Trends and best practices in the cloud-native space
  • Addressing Kubernetes complexities
  • Tackling cloud-native security from the onset
  • And more

 Sessions will be geared toward practitioners, managers and C-level executives, and led by industry thought leaders and doers in the cloud-native space. Attendees will walk away with a better understanding of cloud native and its impact on the IT landscape.

July 29

Transform.Gov Virtual Summit explores the technologies both evolutionary and revolutionary that are changing the face of government, as agencies transform to meet the needs of their customers even in the most challenging times. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to provide rapid response and solve problems quickly is more important than ever; agencies, therefore, need to adopt the technologies that will be most effective in answering the call. Each expert-led session will focus on:

  • Digital transformation in the government space
  • The importance of user experience in providing effective service
  • Ensuring the security of essential data and sensitive user information

Sessions will be geared toward practitioners, managers and leaders in government agencies, and led by industry thought leaders, analysts, and doers. Keynotes also will feature experts offering their take on how technology is helping governments address the critical issues forcing transformation. If you work in government or government IT, this event is one not to be missed.

August 12

Data is the new currency, but it is useless to organizations without the ability to derive value from it. Power of DataOps Virtual Summit explores the concept and practice of DataOps beyond data science and into real-world examples that highlight the value it provides to organizations of all sizes. Expert-led sessions will provide insight into the ways organizations can use DataOps to uncover potential business issues and reveal untapped business opportunities. Discussions will include topics covering:

  • DataOps and the value of data in DevOps
  • Enabling DataOps throughout the organization
  • What’s next in Data Ops

Sessions will be geared toward practitioners, managers and C-level executives, and led by industry thought leaders and doers in the DataOps space. Attendees will walk away with a better understanding of the value of DataOps to all areas of business.

September 23

GitOps is growing as a new way of working in the DevOps space as organizations further look to empower developers to perform tasks that typically fall under the purview of IT operations. GitOps Evolution Virtual Summit explores the reality behind what some have considered to be marketing hype, and breakout sessions will offer insight into ways organizations can use GitOps to solve real problems. Expert-led sessions and panel discussions will focus on topics including: 

  • GitOps and the evolution of DevOps
  • A developer’s guide to adopting GitOps
  • Metrics to measure in GitOps environments

Sessions will be geared toward practitioners, managers and C-level executives, and led by industry thought leaders and doers in the GitOps space. Keynotes also will feature experts offering their take on how this new way of working will change the way applications are built and deployed.

October 28-29

DevOps Experience 2021: The Roaring Twenties - As we stand poised to move beyond the catastrophe that is Covid 19, we are on the edge of what could be a giant leap forward. The world has come to see and recognize the power of Digital Transformation. Digital Transformation is being driven by software and software is being accelerated by DevOps.  Cloud Native has served as a catalyst to the DevOps, software, Digital Transformation cycle. Now after perhaps 4-7 years of digital transformation progress in the last 18 months, with favorable capital markets and business outlook, we are poised for a generational leap forward. The 21st Century is truly upon us.

As we look forward to all of the great things this transformation enables, we also have to be ready to tackle tough problems like global warming, Cybersecurity threats, future pandemics, diversity and more. DevOps can be a powerful force for change in all of this. In its 4th year, this year’s DevOps Experience will explore how DevOps will be a major factor in today's Roaring 20’s.Sessions will be geared toward practitioners, managers and C-level executives, and led by industry thought leaders and doers in the DevOps, DevSecOps, and Cloud Native world.

November 18

Low code has come into its own in the development space as organizations increasingly adopt low-code and no-code technologies to enable IT to build solutions with minimal involvement from developers. As digital transformation efforts accelerated in 2020 due in large part to the COVID-19 pandemic, low-code is becoming a valuable part of the development environment. Low-Code Today Virtual Summit explores the vast and growing ecosystem of technologies that are changing the face of application development, featuring sessions that focus on the challenges and opportunities in low-code application development, including:

  • The rise of the citizen developer
  • Addressing security and compliance in low-code applications
  • Low-code vs. no-code
  • Trends in low-code

Sessions will be geared toward practitioners, managers and C-level executives, and led by industry thought leaders and doers in the low-code space. Attendees will walk away with a better understanding of low-code and its impact on the IT and application development landscapes.

December 9