THE UK’S LEADING EVENT FOR Cloud and DevOps thought leaders and innovators across government and all major business sectors

At a glance

Today, due to increasing globalisation and distributed teams, software development managers are challenged to speed up cycle times and control costs while improving enterprise visibility and maintaining compliance standards. As a result, three industry innovations have developed in reaction to the challenge of increasing complexity; Agile, DevOps and hybrid cloud development and deployment.

Each of these trends has clearly helped individual work groups achieve significant improvements on time to market and cost. However, adoption of these practices has resulted in an explosion of incompatible development tools, processes and external cloud usage which has eroded the upside for the enterprise at large, primarily impacting overall development costs, visibility, compliance and integration strategies.

Providing your development team with the capability to leverage the power of agile processes and integrate development in operations teams, all while harnessing the benefits of hybrid cloud computing to provide the enterprise with the required centralised view of productivity, cost management and compliance is the key to addressing the core concerns which have arisen out of such developments.

Join Whitehall Media’s 11th Cloud, DevOps and Datacentres conference as we bring together hundreds of leading industry speakers, users and suppliers of cloud to review the latest ground-breaking technological innovations in this space.


  • Public, Private, Hybrid Cloud
  • Cloud Infrastructure / SaaS / IaaS / PaaS
  • Cloud Governance, Security, Risk Management
  • Cloud Standards and Compliance
  • Privacy, Ownership, Access Control, Integrity Issues
  • Data Protection Security / GDPR
  • Agile working methodologies
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Mobile Cloud Computing Architectures, Protocols, Services
  • Unified user and device mobility management
  • Cloud Programming, Application Development and Management
  • Interoperability, Optimisation, Automation
  • Storage Management / Data Centres
  • Software Defined Networking
  • Cloud Disaster Recovery
  • Cloud APIs and Frameworks
  • Network and Application Integration and Performance
  • Identity and Access Management in the Cloud
  • Cloud Migration and Deployment
  • SOA and the Cloud
  • Business Change through Virtualization
  • Cloud Research and Development
  • Cloud concerns and barriers to adoption
  • Cost Analysis, Service Strategy and Innovation
  • Cloud Applications Performance and Monitoring
  • Troubleshooting and Best Practice
  • Business Continuity and Resilience
  • Performance Development and Management
  • Managing scale and complexity
  • Breaking silos, organisational culture and DevOps
  • Distributed systems and applications
  • Containerisation – benefits and challenges
  • Operational management and efficiencies
  • Driving digital transformation

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