Puppetize Digital 2021 Talk Submission
Puppet Community: the Call For Papers (CFP) for Puppetize Digital 2021 is now live!

Puppetize Digital '21 is three events spanning three regions—Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Americas. Puppetize Digital will feature multiple tracks of content for Puppet users and IT leaders, hands-on workshops, training, breakouts and peer networking.

Event details: 29 & 30 September
Regions: Asia Pacific, Europe, the Americas
Session length: 30 minutes including Q&A
CFP close date: 30 July 2021

Your peers in the Puppet Community want to learn from you! Come share your approach, innovations, or problems you solved with what you and your team have built! We especially want to hear from speakers who are underrepresented in tech, including people of color, women and LGBTQ folks.

We encourage submissions of all types. Here are some hot topics of interest for our audience of engineers, operators and executives:

* Migrating applications to and operating in AWS, Azure, GCP, OCI
* Cloud-native workflows with Relay
* Streamlining compliance, especially how you work with Risk Mgmt/Security
* Building self-service platforms / your CI/CD toolchain and processes
* Using Puppet with Terraform, Splunk, ServiceNow
* Working with change management to build trust and accelerate approvals
* Patch management
* Remediating/resolving incidents and vulnerabilities
* Application delivery and maintenance including Bolt plans
* Communicating the value of your Puppet team to your stakeholders
* How you overcame challenges in people/process adoption
* Why and how you expanded to new environments and applications

If you're not sure if it's a good fit, just submit it! We're excited to see what you have to share. Questions? Reach out to community@puppet.com, or join the Puppet Community Slack (https://slack.puppet.com) and drop your questions in the #puppetize-digital channel.
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