"Intel's generous sponsorship is a game changer for women looking for insight, training and new opportunities," says Paul Owen, IC3 executive director. "The demand for DevOps and cloud-trained technical staff is skyrocketing. But similar conferences cost three to four times more than IC3 and are often produced by a single vendor, whose training may include a sales agenda. Our vision is to give developers and IT managers everything they need to evaluate cloud services, learn from the best instructors and make plans and build proof of concepts in a vendor-neutral environment."
The two-day IC3 event will be held in San Francisco on Oct. 27-28. It will include sessions on Amazon, Google, SoftLayer and DevOps. The DevOps track will include trainers from Chef, Puppet Labs, Docker, SaltStack and other configuration management and continuous deployment companies. Each track will feature technical training, certification prep and hands-on labs so attendees can build a proof of concept.
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