Thank you for your interest in speaking at HashiDays or HashiConf. Our events are focused on delivering highly technical content about our products, as well as customer implementation stories that show how HashiCorp products are being used in the field by our community, customers and partners.
By filling out this form, you register your interest to speak. A track chair may reach out with additional questions or share the CFP with you to submit.
Note that this form is not a CFP (Call for Proposal), and filling this form does not equal submitting a proposal.
HashiDays will take place on June 13 in London, Munich, Paris and online.
HashiConf will take place Oct 10-12 in San Francisco and online.
TOPICS AND TRACKS
Our events are focused on delivering highly technical content about our products, as well as customer implementation stories that show how HashiCorp products are being used in the field by our community, customers and partners. We are looking for 30-minute sessions on both technical and leadership tracks, with topics such as:
- Cloud Maturity Models and corresponding business outcomes
- Journey of migration to the public cloud
- Heterogeneous infrastructure
- (Zero trust) security
- Compliance and risk management
- Cost optimization
- The skills shortage
- Accelerating delivery of new applications and features
- System reliability
- Platform teams and platform engineering
- Building a highly productive development culture & empathy
Additionally, we're looking for proposals for our community hallway track at HashiConf. The hallway track is a smaller in-person track featuring 15-minute sessions, aimed at conference attendees that are already attending to share their insights.
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
HashiCorp is dedicated to providing an inclusive environment at our all events and part of that is ensuring that we are representing a diverse group of voices from our community. To help us in this regard, we'd like to ask you to answer some optional questions, if you are willing. If there is anything our team can do to make our events more accessible or inclusive, please let us know.