Join Threat Stack at DevOpsDays Austin & ChefConf 2017

DevOpsDays Austin 2017, ChefConf 2017, and OSCON are just around the corner, and anyone who follows Threat Stack knows we’re big supporters.

DevOpsDays Austin 2017

Once again, we are proud to be a Gold Sponsor as well as an exhibitor. Tom McLaughlin, Threat Stack’s Engineering Advocate, along with a host of other folks from Threat Stack Cloud Security will be attending, so be sure to come by our booth and say hello.

This year’s event promises to be bigger and better than ever with more exhibitors, great presentations, and a host of outstanding activities.

If you’re planning to attend, DevOpsDays Austin is being held May 4 – 5 at the Darrell K. Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium.

Hope to see you there.

ChefConf 2017

ChefConf, being held at the JW MARRIOTT AUSTIN from May 22 – 24, promises three lively days of discussions about the DevOps workflow, infrastructure automation, and continuous application delivery.

ChefConf offers two days of keynotes and technical sessions presented by Chef, its partners, its customers, Chef practitioners, IT executives, and DevOps leaders.

There’s also a full day of technical workshops on various Chef-related topics. And, the Chef training team is offering free Chef certification exams.

Stop by the Threat Stack booth (#120) and chat cloud security, or even ask Tom about Chef InSpec for Test Driven Security.

O’Reilly OSCON Open Source Convention

We won’t be attending OSCON, but since Austin has become such a hotbed of tech activity, we wanted to give a shout out to this great show.

OSCON brings the software engineering and developer community together to explore what’s new and useful in open source languages, tools, and techniques.

It’s being held from May 8 – 11 at the Austin Convention Center. Check it out at https://conferences.oreilly.com/oscon/oscon-tx

If You’re Attending DevOpsDays Austin or ChefConf

We’ve compiled a comprehensive map to help you with your stay, covering everything from attractions you can visit while you’re away from the show to where you can grab a breakfast snack, find great BBQ, or locate the nearest drug store.

The map is divided into several layers that can be toggled on and off, and it’s color coded to help you find what you’re looking for.

Finally . . .

If you’re hosting a meetup in the Austin area, Tom would be happy to be a presenter while he’s in town. Just reach out to him on twitter @tmclaughbos or email him at [email protected].

Download a free copy of our Jump Starting Cloud Security playbook now and get a start on your cloud security journey.