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Register for the Cloud Engineering Summit 2021 Join us for this year's summit taking place on October 20!

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Welcome to the first-ever Cloud Engineering Summit! You can replay all past sessions - just register below.

👋 Hello friends! We have a ton of great tech talks and panels to share with you. Wondering how to get started? Here are some tips:

🚀  Register so you can access all summit talks on-demand

📺  Watch the keynote with Joe Duffy and Adam Jacob as they introduce the themes for the summit

👩‍💻  Settle in for nearly 17 hours of sessions on the summit schedule

⏪  Miss a session? No problem! Tech talks and panels are available on-demand after their scheduled start time 

💬  Keep the discussion going on our Community Slack #cloudengineering channel

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 About the Summit 

The Cloud Engineering Summit, brought to you by Pulumi in partnership with industry and community experts, focuses on how modern teams are leveraging the cloud to innovate faster than ever before during a period of unprecedented disruption. The cloud has become the catalyst for growth and disruption across entire industries and cloud engineering is at the forefront of this broad shift to modern architectures and increased pace of change.

This annual summit brings together cloud engineering leaders and practitioners to share best practices and end-user stories on a broad range of topics, including cloud-native architectures, modern cloud infrastructure platforms, the evolution of DevOps, how infrastructure and application development teams can work together, site-reliability engineering, and security and policy. This summit will equip you and your organization to achieve the next level of cloud velocity, innovating faster than ever before, informed and inspired by real-world expertise.

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We couldn't be more excited about our lineup. Which talks will you be checking out?


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