SREcon is a gathering of engineers who care deeply about site reliability, systems engineering, and working with complex distributed systems at scale. Our purpose is to be inclusive as we bring together ideas representative of our diverse community, whether its members are focusing on a global scale, launching new products and ideas for a small business, or pivoting their approach to unite software and systems engineering. SREcon challenges both those new to the profession as well as those who have been involved in it for decades. The conference has a culture of critical thought, deep technical insights, continuous improvement, and innovation.

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Thank you for attending SREcon19 Americas! The program included workshops, opening and closing plenary sessions, and talks, as well as lively evening social events.

As part of USENIX’s dedication to open science and open conversations, videos of the talks will be available on the conference program page soon. Presentation slides are posted as we receive them from our speakers.

SREcon19 Americas Brooklyn, NY, USA March 25-27, 2019
SREcon19 Asia Pacific

SREcon19 Asia/Pacific will take place on June 12–14, 2019, in Singapore. It is a gathering of engineers who care deeply about site reliability, systems engineering, and working with complex distributed systems at scale. It aims to serve both those new to the profession as well as those who have been involved in it for years. The conference has a culture of critical thought, deep technical insights, continuous improvement, and innovation. SREcon19 Asia/Pacific welcomes participants from organisations exploring the adoption of DevOps and SRE principles, as well as those with longer traditions and experience.

View the full conference program and register today. The Early Bird Registration deadline is Monday, May 20, 2019.

Go the SREcon19 Asia/Australia home page.

SREcon19 Europe/Middle East/Africa, a gathering of engineers who care deeply about site reliability, systems engineering, and working with complex distributed systems at scale, will be held on October 2–4, 2019, at The Convention Centre Dublin in Dublin, Ireland.

The Call for Participation is open. Submit talk and workshop proposals by Tuesday, May 21, 2019 (deadline extended).