Welcome DevNet Create
Being social and digital first, it’s really #DevNetCreate to me – who doesn’t talk in hashtags? What an exciting time where a big shift continues toward application development and how apps are changing the world. Application developers are no longer confined to building to specific infrastructures. Where applications meet infrastructure is where it’s at!
Through cloud, IoT and new developer platforms and tools, developers are creating enterprise apps for the future. These apps aren’t just for business—they affect everything—people, places, and things. They are built on a programmable infrastructure connected through APIs and DevOps practices, making the relationship between infrastructure and apps symbiotic.
Please meet DevNet Create, held in San Francisco, CA, May 23-24, an industry-led two-day conference built to dive deep into the blurred lines between infrastructure and applications. Through two session tracks (IoT & User Experience and Cloud & DevOps), networking, keynotes, workshops, mini-hacks and learning labs, the conference offers top notch content combined with hands-on learning, to break down the barriers between infrastructure and applications.
Get insight about DevNet and #DevNetCreate, where we started, where we are going and why in the latest CUBEConversation with Jeff Frick (theCUBE) and Susie Wee (VP & CTO of DevNet, Cisco Systems).
Want to Present?
- Call for Papers is open until April 7th! We are looking for session abstract submissions. See our suggested topics and session types, and start putting your ideas together to be a part of DevNet Create. Excited? We are!
Want to Attend?
- We want you to attend too! Early bird prices are offered until April 13th – ticket sales are limited so don’t miss out on this industry-wide event.
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