Watch Recorded Sessions from DevOps Networking Forum


DevOps Networking Forum 2016 was a day-long exploration on the intersection between Devops and Networking, featuring an impressive lineup of guest speakers from companies like Arista Networks, Brocade, Cumulus Networks, Docker, Google and VMware.

Couldn’t make it to the event live? Check out John Willis and Brent Salisbury’s kickoff for DevOps Networking Forum, and fill out the form below to access all 13 videos (over six hours of recorded content).

Featured Talks

  • DevOps Networking Forum Kickoff – John Willis & Brent Salisbury, Docker
  • Is it a Switch, or is it a Server? – Ken Duda, Arista Networks
  • Test-Driven Network Automation – Matt Oswalt
  • Automation on a Budget – Chris Young, HPE
  • Recent Advances in Machine Learning and Their Application to Networking – Dave Meyer, Brocade
  • I’m Going to Write Me a New Mini-van – Dinesh Dutt, Cumulus Networks
  • Close Your Laptop and GO TO SLEEP! – Colin McNamara, Dimension Data Americas
  • What is NetDevOps? Why? – Leslie Carr
  • Move Fast, Unbreak Things! – Petr Lapukhov, Facebook
  • Networking Options in Linux – Scott Lowe, VMware
  • Model-based Network Automation – Anees Shaikh, Google
  • There is No Such Thing as Container Networking – Kelsey Hightower, Google
  • DevOps and Security: Finding a Meaningful Balance – Doug Gourlay, Skyport Systems

About DevOps Networking Forum

DevOps Networking Forum — previously known as DevOps4Networks — is an event started in 2014 by John Willis and Dave Nielsen to discuss what DevOps and Networking would look like over the next five years. The goal is to create a conversation for change similar to what CloudCamp did for Cloud adoption and DevOpsDays for DevOps.