HashiCorp hosted HashiDays in London on June 12, the second event from our new series created as one-day, single-track, deeply technical, and community-focused events. HashiDays brings together customers, practitioners, as well as HashiCorp employees to explore and discuss different areas around infrastructure and cloud adoption, with topics ranging from customer stories and use cases, to technical product exploration. We held our first HashiDays event in May in New York City.
HashiDays London kicked off with Mitchell Hashimoto delivering the opening keynote discussing what HashiCorp has been working on, what’s next, and the current landscape of our product suite. Several product-focused deep dives from customers and HashiCorp employees followed Mitchell’s keynote.
Here is a quick summary from each of the sessions:
Elsevier - Iain Gray, Operations Manager Core Engineering, & James Rasell, Systems Engineering, presented on operational maturity with extremely large scale systems and migrating from on-premises to cloud. Watch presentation
HashiCorp - Armon Dadgar, Founder and Co-CTO, presented on leveraging Nomad and next-generation application architectures. Watch presentation
HashiCorp - James Phillips, Consul Lead, presented on running and configuring Consul and running at massive scale . Watch presentation
HashiCorp - Jeff Mitchell, Vault Lead, presented on how organizations can leverage modern secrets management with Vault. Watch presentation
HashiCorp - Paddy Foran, Terraform Expert, presented on migrating infrastructure to multi-cloud with Terraform and Nomad. Watch presentation
Monzo - Simon Vans-Colina, Engineer on Core Team, & Matt Heath, Engineer on Core Team, presented on how Monzo uses HashiCorp products throughout their banking infrastructure. Watch presentation
OpenCredo - Nicki Watt, CTO, presented on companies working with Terraform and the practical application to evolve and orchestrate your infrastructure. Watch presentation
All of the talks were recorded and can be found on the HashiCorp YouTube channel.
Over 300 people attended HashiDays London and many of training sessions the following day sold out. On behalf of the entire HashiCorp team, thank you to everyone who helped make our second HashiDays a successful event. For more information on our first HashiDays in New York, check out the recap and videos here.
Up next: HashiConf 2017, our annual user and technology conference, will be September 18-20 in Austin, Texas. HashiConf will feature one day of training followed by two days of talks on the future of infrastructure. Click here to register.