HashiConf EU Call For Papers
With the success of the first HashiConf 2015 in Portland, we are taking the conference to Amsterdam this summer. The focus of HashiConf EU will be on delivering applications at scale. We are bringing together the most passionate HashiCorp users along with new, interesting people and showing highly technical talks from internals of our software to high level usage. Talks don't have to be exclusively about HashiCorp tools, they can cover other tools within the industry as well.
The conference will take place at the Westerliefe, June 13-15, 2016. We're expecting a very technical audience interested in topics covering infrastructure, tools, security, metrics, datacenter automation, schedulers, and more.
Here are some of the themes we'd like explored:
- Development to production workflows
- Infrastructure automation and management
- Microservice architecture deployment and maintenance
- Security for applications, infrastructure, and containers
- Separation of infrastructure and applications with schedulers
- Deploying applications at global scale
- Work culture in a highly automated environment
- HashiCorp open source: Vagrant, Packer, Serf, Consul, Terraform, Vault, Nomad, Otto
- Using Atlas with our tooling
To submit to our CFP, please fill out the form below. Talks will be accepted until Friday, March 11th, 2016. All talks will be voted upon anonymously (only abstracts and titles will be seen) to avoid selection bias.
In addition to a free conference pass, we are happy to cover airfare costs (up to €1,000) and two nights of accommodation for speakers, if needed. Just ask!
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Do you need HashiCorp to help cover your expenses?
If your company is unable to sponsor your travel, HashiCorp will cover airfare costs (up to €1,000) and two nights of accommodation!
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