TECHunplugged Chicago is happening in less than ten days (on 27th Of October), the agenda is complete and we working on the details to repeat the success of last editions!
First of all, in case you missed it, TECHunplugged is a 1-day conference focused on the latest technology trends and how these technologies can be adopted by Real World IT. The format is very simple, with subject matter experts presenting what they see in the field followed by vendors bringing their point of view. The goal is to bring together end users, influencers and vendors for a day of education, information and peer-to-peer networking.
Meet our influencers!
The influencer line-up for this TECHunplugged edition is amazing and this week we will be introducing Chris Ciborowski.
Chris Ciborowski is the CEO and Co-founder of Nebulaworks (www.nebulaworks.com). Over his 20 years in IT, he has held roles ranging from UNIX sysadmin (go Solaris!) to CTO and is now helping the enterprise innovate and deliver better software with DevOps. Chris is at home collaborating with technologists and stake holders, creatively addressing the divide between business demands and IT. If he’s not at the beach with his wife and two girls, he’ll be at the race track perfecting his driving line.
Chris will be talking about containers! Here the abstract from the agenda:
“Prior to Docker Engine 1.12 developing a production container orchestration environment required no less than five separate tools in addition to the Docker engine itself. These had to be integrated together in order to provide a scalable platform that would support launching of containers and provide automatic service discovery. With the release of Docker Engine 1.12, this has all changed. In this presentation, Chris Ciborowski will cover how he and his team had built platforms in the past, covering the tools and integration points – and how today it can be replaced by running “docker swarm init/join”.”
What attendees and Influencers say about us!
Is this the first time you hear about TECHunpluhgged? I’m sure you are curious about what to expect, here a few comments from previous attendees:
“As an IT professional, it is important for me and my customers to be up-to-date on the latest technology trends. TECHunplugged’s unique format gives me the ability to discuss with industry peers, engage with tech influencers and, most importantly, get an independent and objective point of view on today’s trends and challenges.”
– Max Mortillaro, Private Cloud Delivery Manager, Novartis
“Tech Unplugged is one of the most interesting and informative industry events I’ve attended in a long time! The mix of sessions from vendors, industry veterans and influencers alike, made it well worth the day out of the office!”
– Alex Galbraith -Solutions Architect, Rackspace
“TechUnplugged is an outstanding community resource. It’s one of the best ways to advocate technology trends, learn from peer experts in the industry and provide potent networking opportunities.”
-Rick Vanover, Director Technical Product Marketing & Evangelism, Veeam Software
“TechUnplugged is perfect place for learning the latest trends in enterprise storage and at the same time meeting with industry peers, customers and influential bloggers in the storage market”
– Davide Villa – HGST
If you are already signed up I just want to remind you that on the 26th, the night before TECHunplugged, we will be having a #TECHbeers (formerly #Storagebeers). This is another great opportunity to meet up with other peers and have an informal chat about IT, new technologies or whatever you like (If you work for a vendor, remember that you have to pay a round of beers to attend). We are planning to reserve a table at the Goose Island Clybourn. Please RSVP!
Sign up and join us!
If you haven’t registered yet, better hurry! Seating is limited and we already passed 80 registrations. The venue is the Hayatt Regency O’hare (9300 Bryn Mawr Ave, Rosemont, IL 60018), and the date is the 27th of October. Here the link to the TECHunplugged website and registration form.
TECHunplugged is free for end users and independent IT professionals (there is a fee of $ 35 for vendor employees).