cdCon

FAQ

What is cdCon?

cdCon is the annual event by the Continuous Delivery Foundation that brings together technology teams, enterprise leadership and open source communities to drive the future of software delivery. cdCon is a chance for our global community to come together to meet peers, share best practices and ideas, learn from each other and hear about the latest trends in software delivery.

Who should attend cdCon?

This year’s sessions are designed for 3 different types of audiences:

  • Technology Teams: geared towards application developers, infra folks, DevOps engineers, security professionals, testers and any other practitioners involved with delivering software.
  • Enterprise Leadership: for senior leaders and decision-makers from organizations interested in measuring DevOps, scaling, transformation, security, FinOps, and developer productivity. 
  • Open Source Communities: tailored for open source core contributors and maintainers running and growing CDF projects and special interest groups, as well as folks looking to get involved with open source for the first time. This includes Jenkins, Spinnaker, Tekton, Jenkins X and other CDF communities. 

You can pick a channel to focus on or mix-and-match to tailor content relevant to your goals and interests. 

Is cdCon 2021 virtual?

Yes! Following on from our successful virtual experience in 2020, cdCon will be a virtual event based on the Hopin platform. Our community is global and built on remote collaboration and a virtual event enables us to bring together as much of our community as possible.  

What if I miss a session or can’t attend a session?

Every session will be recorded and made available for on-demand viewing soon after cdCon ends. Subscribe to our CDF Youtube channel to be notified when sessions are posted. See last year’s talks here: cdCon 2020.   

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