Announcing Spinnaker Summit 2018
by Pete Erickson on April 18, 2018
BIG news. Just announced, we will be producing Spinnaker Summit, a two-day conference that builds on the success of the 2017 inaugural event that was held at the Netflix HQ, and the chosen host city for this year’s summit will be Seattle. This year’s summit will expand based on the rapid adoption of Spinnaker as a key tool among enterprise leaders for software delivery and management.
The conference, sponsored by Netflix (and now Kenzan!), and produced by Modev, will take place at Motif- in the heart of Seattle and will bring together up to 500 developers, engineers and software architects, from Oct. 8-9. Don’t miss your chance to attend what will be an unforgettable event, especially if you have been curious about adopting this platform.
We’re honored to be producing this summit and working with the best companies in the world in software delivery like Netflix and Google. Building communities is in our DNA and we value the opportunity to bring the people together who are such a vital component to the success of this open source platform.
Attendees will learn and share information at the intersection of this fully open source, multi-cloud, continuous delivery platform. Developers, architects and technology leaders building the tools and plugins- will be in attendance to innovate, network, discover and evolve.
With Netflix as the developer of Spinnaker and this years’ title sponsor, this dynamic program— featuring headliners from top tech companies, developers, and core contributors—provides the ideal opportunity to showcase company thought leadership in this fast-growing and ever-changing software platform.
The call for speakers and sponsorship proposals is currently open and platform users are encouraged to submit topics at spinnakersummit.com. Registration opened today with an early-bird rate starting at $895, regular priced all-access passes will be $1,295.
Join us for this two-day conference by visiting spinnakersummit.com, and reserve your passes before we reach full capacity.