November 17-22, 2019 | ORLANDO
Royal Pacific Resort at Universal

Why Cloud & Containers Live!

Cloud-native development and infrastructure are sweeping across our industry. Whether you are designing and developing software, creating the server infrastructure to run software, or building the DevOps pipelines and orchestration to deploy and manage software and server clusters, the very fabric of server-side computing is undergoing a revolution.

Cloud & Containers Live! has the content you need to understand and leverage Kubernetes, Docker, Azure, AWS, and other cloud-native technologies. Whether you are looking for IT infrastructure, software development, or DevOps information, this conference is for you. Our expert speakers cover topics including cloud-native software design, development, release, deployment, operations, instrumentation/monitoring, and maintenance. We believe the future of most computing is the cloud: containers, PaaS, and serverless.

This conference provides you with the knowledge you need to succeed with cloud-based infrastructure and software development.

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Agenda-at-a-Glance

Live! 360 presents six co-located conferences for one low price. Explore the full 2019 Live! 360 Agenda or click on any of the event logos below to learn more.

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This means you have six events, dozens of tracks, and literally hundreds of sessions to choose from to mix and match sessions to create your own, custom event line-up - it's like no other conference available today.

*Schedule subject to change as sessions and speakers are selected.

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Why Live! 360? Hear From Past Attendees

  • The actual conference was great. I learned valuable things in all the workshops and presentations that I attended.” - Shaun McFee, Verisk Analytics
  • Small, intimate sessions near each other. Good good; good networking techniques; good location.” - Luis Mena, The Early Learning Coalition
  • My favorite conference to attend. Love how we can easily access speakers and network with peer developers.” - Dave Cagle, GSP Companies
  • With many different tracks, it allows those of us that wear many different hates to get great training in one location. Also, the conference is big enough to draw excellent speakers, but small enough for the speakers to be available during the conference.” - Robert Stevens, Carl Sandburg College