At Structure:Europe, we’ll get a sneak peek of the vendor view of the cloud and also how users experience cloud migration and deployment. Here are just a few of the topics we’ll dive into in two weeks in London. See the full schedule here.
Devops — underutilized and misunderstood
In software development, the adoption of devops practices is a given for startups. The same should be true in legacy shops, but it’s rarely the case. We’ll hash out this issue and more as devops practitioners from Spotify, Stackdriver, Pivotal and Prezi discuss the benefits and challenges of working in a devops world.
Service providers take on Amazon
OnApp and Flexiant both want to help legacy hosts and telcos find their niche in the cloud, but they offer significantly different paths to that destination. Join in the debate as they share their strategies in just two weeks at Structure:Europe. See the complete speaker list here.
What does it take to run 19% of the web’s content?
WordPress (see disclosure) has huge customers including the New York Times, CNN, FiveThirtyEight, Reuters, Katy Perry and more. How does Automattic (see disclosure), the company behind WordPress, combine a distributed work force, open-source software and the cloud to build this massive blogging empire? We’ll ask WordPress creator Matt Mullenweg live at Structure:Europe.
(Disclosure: Automattic is backed by True, a venture capital firm that is an investor in the parent company of GigaOM. Om Malik, founder of GigaOM, is also a venture partner at True.)
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