CollabNet Engages with Worldwide DevOps and Agile Communities at March Events

To continue the momentum we’ve created over the past year and maintain our dedication to advancing the DevOps and Agile communities, we’re excited to announce our global participation in various events this month. We’re also offering special training opportunities.

As a sponsor of DevOps Day Los Angeles, QCon London, DevOpsDays Baltimore, and the Embedded World Conference, we’re excited to meet more of our peers in these communities. We’re also looking forward to learning some of their best practices and challenges with software delivery in order to improve our own products and processes.

And our participation gives us an opportunity to share a demo with you of CollabNet DevOps Lifecycle Manager. So don’t forget to drop by our booths if you’re attending any of these events.

We’re also continuing our certified Scrum training initiative with in-person courses in cities all over the country. We encourage you to join us and get certified if you aren’t already.

Here’s more information on these events:

  • DevOps Day LA
    DevOps Day LA is a single-day event held annually in Southern California. This volunteer-organized conference is dedicated to the DevOps community and the professionals who wish to improve the interaction and integration between the traditional silos of Development and Operations.

    • March 3
    • Pasadena Convention Center
    • Ballroom GH
  • QCon London
    QCon London, an esteemed conference for software delivery professionals hosted by InfoQ, is celebrating its 11th year. Tracks at this year’s conference include: Architecting for Failure, Performance Mythbusting, Containers, Security, and more.
  • March 6-8
  • The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre
  • Booth #17
  • BONUS: Attend a presentation by our VP of Marketing, Thomas Hooker.


  • DevOpsDays Baltimore
    DevOpsDays first kicked off in Ghent, Belgium, in 2009 and is now at dozens of locations around the world. Each local conference covers topics such as automation, testing, security, and organizational culture. The Baltimore event features talks on building the DevOps community in Baltimore, continuous integration, coding, and more.

    • March 7-8
    • UMBC’s Columbus Center


  • Embedded World Conference
    This is the meeting place of the most innovative embedded systems developers from all over the world and the biggest European conference devoted to embedded systems development. This year’s conference in Nuremberg, Germany, will focus on the “Internet of Things” and “Security and Safety.”

    • March 14-16
    • Exhibition Centre Nuremberg
    • Hall 4 / Booth #173
    • BONUS:Attend a presentation by our Director of Version Control Services, Bob Jenkins.
      • Mission Impossible? Development of Embedded Software without Gaps
      • March 15 at 4 p.m.
      • Management Focus II, Session 21/II



  • Certified ScrumMaster Training Program
    Get ready to excel with CollabNet’s world-class training curriculum featuring certified Scrum professionals conducting trainings and administering Scrum certifications.

    • Dates and locations vary


Hope to see you this month at any of the events in LA, London, Baltimore, or Nuremberg. Make sure you come by to say hello!

CollabNet Team

CollabNet helps enterprises and government organizations develop and deliver high-quality software at speed. CollabNet is the winner of a 2016 Best of Interop Award, recognizing TeamForge for its innovation. Also recognized for 13 consecutive years as an SD Times 100 “Best in Show” winner in the ALM and Development Tools category, CollabNet offers innovative solutions, provides consulting and Agile training services, and proudly supports more than 10,000 customers with 6 million users in 100 countries. Our flagship product, TeamForge®, is the industry’s #1 open platform for enterprise software development, delivery, and collaboration. Leading companies and government agencies leverage TeamForge to accelerate application delivery with Agile, continuous integration (CI), continuous delivery (CD), and DevOps—and reduce costs through a governed adoption of open source tools, streamlined compliance, and the reuse of existing assets, resources, and processes in new projects.

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