From fledgling startups to established industry, the Midwest is home to a large, vibrant technology community. Ohio, in particular, has been a flurry of activity in the past several years, drawing attention from around the globe.

We’re proud to bring back DevOpsDays Ohio on Oct 31 and Nov 1 for the second year! DevOpsDays Ohio will bring 300+ development, infrastructure, operations, information security, management and leadership professionals together to discuss the culture and tools to make better organizations and innovative products. Register early as we expect a sellout.

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See the current event schedule below: 


    Name topic
  Day 1    
  09:15-09:45 Eric Sigler Humans are terrible compilers: A User’s Guide
  09:55-10:25 Clinton Wolfe Maintaining Config Management Code: Why is Everything Awful?
  10:40-11:10 Jarred Olson Introduction to Serverless Architecture
  11:20-11:50 Jody Wolfborn You Don’t Belong Here: Dealing with Impostor Syndrome
  Day 2    
  09:15-09:45 Nathen Harvey Community, the secret ingredient for DevOps
  09:55-10:25 Chris McFee, John Rzeszotarski Banking on DevOps
  10:40-11:10 Paul Bauer Deep Visibility in Production
  11:20-11:50 aaron aldrich Reducing the burden of the OnCall rotation
Ignite talks      
  Day 1    
  1 Jason Yee What I learned about engineering from being a chef
  2 Bill Condo Lessons from The Phoenix Project in 5 minutes
  3 Pete Gordon TACTful Agile
  4 (((Leon Adato))) Getting Away from it All – Living an Unplugged Life as an IT professional
  Day 2    
  1 Matt Williams ITIL in an Agile World
  2 Clinton Wolfe DevOps Jargon: Your goat antifragiled my snowflake!
  3 Leon Fayer Oncall for developers
  4 Ken Mugrage The answer to the “where do we start” question