DevOpsDays Guadalajara 2020

Universidad ITESO Guadalajara Mexico February 20, 2020, February 21, 2020

CFP closed at  January 01, 2020 06:00 UTC


Hosted in the historical city of Guadalajara, DevOpsDays will take place on Thursday, February 20th and Friday February 21st at the ITESO University.

From startups to large corporations, Guadalajara will be home to the awesome mexican tech community where the schedule will consist of a mixture of single-track presentations, lightning talks, and collaboration spaces (open spaces).

Ticket price includes lunch both days, as well as an evening event at the end of day one. You can view the main website to stay on top of the details as we announce speakers and the agenda:

We hope you join us to the very first DevOpsDays conference in Mexico that brings development and operations together.

CFP Description

Call For Proposals (CFP)

For the CFP it is Ok if your talk isn’t written yet, but we would like to know enough details that will help us understand what your proposal is about. You can submit up to 3 talks, but we’ll accept only one talk per speaker.

Your proposal for this event can be a 45 minutes talk or a 5 minutes ignite talk. If you are planning to present a live demo, keep in mind that issues with the Wi-Fi could happen so we ask that you come prepared.

Programming guidelines

For this edition, we suggest talks related to the following topics:

  • Serverless

  • Health, stress, and burnout

  • Organization/delivery culture

  • Test design and automated testing

  • DevOps in the enterprise

  • Automation (e.g. CI/CD)

  • Containerization and Orchestration

  • Monitoring and alerting

  • Microservices

  • Infrastructure as code

  • Version Control

  • Diagnostics and Analytics

  • DevSecOps

  • Chaos engineering practices

  • Fullstack tracing

For a better experience and to increase the possibilities of your proposal being selected, we recommend:

  • Tool talks to be at the conceptual level

  • A draft describing what the talk will be about

  • Explain how your proposal is interesting to the DevOps community

  • What will people take away/learn from the talk.

All submitted CFPs will go through a blind review process and the selected speakers will be notified by the third week of November.