The 2018 O’Reilly Velocity + Fluent Conference, June 11-14, is the place to be for the distributed systems, web performance, and DevOps communities to come together and share their latest work. The Akamai Developer team is thrilled to sponsor Velocity 2018; in addition, we’ll be delivering several can’t-miss talks at Fluent 2018.
We certainly have a lot to share with you: we recently announced the Akamai 2018 Spring Release with a ton of exciting product launches and innovations, and we can’t wait to discuss them with you in person, get your feedback, and continue improving. Our Akamai for DevOps initiative also launched at last year’s Velocity and has grown significantly, with an updated Akamai CLI and a beta program for our new Akamai Promotional Deployment product, just to name a couple of our favorites.
Stop by booth #501 to learn how Akamai helps you build and deliver amazing digital experiences. You can check out demos, see live talks delivered by our developer evangelists, and of course grab some top-shelf swag. You can even make your own Akamai Developer t-shirt and enter to win a daily grand prize. Not registered yet for Velocity? You’re in luck: you can still get a ticket and we’ll even give you a 25% discount. Register here and use this code: Akamai25
At the conference, please join these Akamai tech leaders at the trainings and sessions below:
Wednesday, June 13, 9:50am
Javier Garza, developer evangelist, Akamai Technologies
Fluent In-Person Training: Debugging Front-end Performance
Monday-Tuesday, June 11-12
Michael Gooding, senior solutions engineer, Akamai Technologies
Gareth Hughes, enterprise architect, Akamai Technologies
Fluent Session #1: Tracking the Performance of the Web With HTTP Archive
Wednesday, June 13, 3:35pm – 4:15pm
Room 210 A/E
Paul Calvano, senior web performance architect, Akamai Technologies
Fluent Session #2: Measuring What Matters
Wednesday, June 13, 9:00am – 9:40am
Room 211 C/D
Cliff Crocker, product line director, Akamai Technologies
Fluent Session #3: When Third Parties Stop Being Polite…and Start Getting Real
Wednesday, June 13, 9:50am–10:30am
Room 210 A/E
Nic Jansma, senior principal lead software engineer, Akamai Technologies
Charles Vazac, principal software engineer, Akamai Technologies
We look forward to seeing you there.