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announcement 19 September 2021

May 14th, 2022

Saturday, the 14th of May, in 2022 will be a special day, where you will get to explore DevOps with a new edition of Global DevOps Bootcamp! After missing out on the 2020 edition, we are very happy to announce the new date in the new year. Where you get to spend a day on DevOps, learning new ways of working together with a team of other enthusiasts, guided by proctors and local event organizers. .

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impressions 23 July 2019

Impressions 2019

Global DevOps Bootcamp is a free one-day event hosted by local passionate DevOps communities around the globe, centrally organized by Xpirit & Solidify and sponsored by Microsoft. The global DevOps Bootcamp was organized the first time in 2017, where everyone was overwhelmed by the success of the event. In 2019 the global DevOps Bootcamp was again organized by the same team, with some additional help from community members. .

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impressions 05 May 2019

Impressions 2018

Global DevOps Bootcamp is a free one-day event hosted by local passionate DevOps communities around the globe, centrally organized by Xpirit & Solidify and sponsored by Microsoft. The global DevOps Bootcamp was organized the first time in 2017, where everyone was overwhelmed by the success of the event. In 2018 the global DevOps Bootcamp was again organized by the same team, with some additional help from community members. .

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impressions 21 December 2017

Impressions 2017

The first ever Global DevOps Bootcamp took place on June 17th, 2017. The goal with the event was to create an event-in-a-box that was to be delivered the same day throughout the world where attendees would get a chance to learn and try out the latest DevOps principles using the Microsoft platform. To make this happen the organizers were provided with presentations and hands-on labs. Since the topic is rather large and people were expected to have different skills coming to the event virtual machines were prepared so all the attendees needed was a computer that could connect to a virtual machine. All exercises were then run on the Azure VM. .

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