Who should Attend

Developers and engineers who are building applications for enterprise IoT and DevOps and working hard every day to solve enterprise problems.

What is DevNet Create

DevNet Create is a conference. It’s a community. It’s hands-on learning. It’s code. Now in its second year and hosted by DevNet, Cisco’s developer community, DevNet Create was built just for you! It’s for developers building the next, the latest, the coolest generation of enterprise apps. It’s a place where you can actually build something through the hands-on workshops. And leave with more knowledge than you came with.

Why Attend

It’s simple—your world is changing and you need to be on top of it. As new technologies, developer platforms and tools emerge, developers are creating enterprise apps for the future. These apps aren’t just for business—they affect everything—people, places, and things. They are built on a programmable infrastructure connected through APIs and built using DevOps practices making the lines between infrastructure and development a messy blur.

DevNet Create brings that into focus. What tools can you use? What methodologies are employed? What defines success? You'll see HOW things are built rather than just the end result. You'll hear what technological decisions were made and why. You may even learn something you’ve never heard of! Yes, DevNet Create provides the what, but more importantly, it will provide the how.

With a mix of learning sessions including keynotes, track sessions, workshops and Camp Create—you’ll have every opportunity to get hands on with IoT and DevOps. You’ll learn about smart cities, developing at the edge, how to create a bot and much, much more. So join us April 10-11 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA.


IoT / Mobile, Edge & Cloud Computing

Internet of Things problems, solutions and everything in between. How are some of the hard problems (storage, security, analytics, connectivity) being solved? Here are a few ideas:
  • Smart Cities
  • Developing for the Edge
  • Location based applications

UX / Design / Collaboration

How are we building stuff and getting work done and what does it look like when we’re finished? How do we know what is good for the users? How do we gain efficiency in working together? Here are a few hints:
  • Bots for the Enterprise
  • Design Thinking
  • Modern Workplace

DevOps / Microservices & Security

How do we take advantage of cloud/fog computing to make our enterprises, and their applications, more agile? How do we leverage microservices in a way that is seamless to the enterprise environment? Some sample topics include:
  • SecDevOps
  • Serverless and Microservices
  • NetDevOps