March 29-30, 2021

7am PST / 10am EST / 4pm CEST


  • 2
    of practical talks
  • 20+
    sharing know-how
  • 5K+


When organizing this event we thought about all the developers and architects who are involved in building infrastructure, setting up pipelines and deployments for JavaScript applications. Want to skill up as a DevOps? Join authors of top projects and strong practitioners at DevOps.js conference.

Most notably, we’ll focus on:

  • Infrastructure

  • Dev pipelines

  • CI/CD

  • Scaling

  • Performance



High-quality talks from field experts followed by video Q&As


Join live chat rooms, meet new friends and new opportunities


Socialize at remote afterparties and gaming tournaments

First Speakers & Instructors

Maël Nison
Datadog, France

Lead maintainer for Yarn.

Maël joined the Yarn project in 2017 and quickly became lead maintainer, shaping a long-term vision for the project, one PR at a time. By day, he works at Datadog on all things JS, ensuring that the tooling infrastructure can scale and support the company's growth.

Darcy Clarke
GitHub, USA

Sr. Eng. Manager at npm's Open Source Tools team.

Darcy is a Sr. Engineering Manager at GitHub leading the team behind npm's Open Source Tools - most importantly - the npm CLI; He is also a Node.js Collaborator, Regular Member of the OpenJS Foundation & Co-Organizer of the NodeSchool Toronto Chapter.

Angel Rivera
CircleCI, USA

Angel started his career as an US Air Force Space Systems Operations specialist in Cape Canaveral AF Station where he realized his passion for technology and software development. He has extensive experience in the private, public and military sectors and his technical experience includes military/space lift operations, technical writing, software development, SRE/DevOPs engineering. He also has a wealth of experience in defense and federal sectors such as contracting, information systems security and management.

You can usually find him speaking at or organizing local tech meetups and hackathons where he enjoys engaging with developers.

Sasha Rosenbaum
Red Hat, USA
Talk: How to Build CI/CD Pipelines for a Microservices Application

Sasha is a Sr. Manager on the Managed OpenShift Black Belt (MOBB) team at Red Hat, where she is helping enterprise customers successfully migrate to managed OpenShift on customers’ favorite public cloud.

In her career, Sasha has worked in development, operations, consulting, and cloud architecture. Sasha is an organizer of DevOpsDays Chicago, a chair of DeliveryConf, and a published author.

Glen Maddern
Linc, UK

Co-creator fab.dev. Founder of linc.sh.

Colin Ihrig
Node.js Technical Steering Committee, USA
Talk: Introduction to the AWS CDK: Infrastructure as Node

Member of the Node.js Technical Steering Committee & a hapi core team member.

Colin Ihrig is a software engineer working primarily with Node.js. He is the author of Pro Node.js for Developers, and co-author of Full Stack JavaScript Development with MEAN.

Jamie Maria Schouren
DEITY, Netherlands

Jamie Maria started as a native app developer but soon jumped into the world of JavaScript, Progressive Web Apps and Service Oriented Architectures. Driven by the urge for innovation she co-founded DEITY with the aim to improve the online world around her by introducing middleware and SOA as a standard to any e-commerce platform.

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Program Committee

Matteo Collina
NearForm, Italy

Node.js TSC member, PhD, Technical Director @ NearForm, IoT Expert, Consultant, author of Pino and Fastify. Co-author of the book "Node.js Cookbook, Third Edition" edited by Packt.

Mihai Balaci
Booking.com, Netherlands

I started to seduce computers :) after University with my job in Munich-Germany where I met the mighty Solaris (running on Sparc) and FreeBSD running @ scale. The challenge: how to manage data centers in an automated fashion.

The moment I joined Ubisoft, I started to implement the well known Spotify Squad team model to accelerate time to market and create a better Dev & Ops ownership culture. While learning about DevOps I discovered the Google SRE book. The book changed my view on how to support services in production in a more efficient way. At Adobe I implemented the Embedded SRE model, creating this way full stack software development teams able to support high scale customer facing services in a multi cloud and multi region environment. After 3 years of implementing the embedded SRE mode and Incident Response as a company-wide practice, I felt ready for a new challenge: leading the SRE & Observability organisations @ Booking.com.

There are so many things I learn every day. I am grateful for such an amazing journey :)

Peter Nijenhuis
S0L1D Heroes, Netherlands

DevOps is one of my greatest passions. Guiding teams in the DevOps way of working, helping and facilitating them in achieving the ultimate goal of becoming a high performing team.

What I often see at companies, that they’re trying to adopt the DevOps way of working with a technical approach. They often start with automation. While automation is a huge aspect of DevOps, it isn’t the key to success. Mindset and behavior is in my opinion the key to success. Getting the right culture and a facilitating governance with its processes within the company. Only then you can be successful in adopting the DevOps way of working.

Nikolay Matvienko
Grid Dynamics, Russia

Nikolay is Lead Software Development Engineer and Node.js expert at Grid Dynamics. He has been developing using Node.js for 6 out of 10 professional years, from web backend to serverless data lake processing and analysis. Also he is a Node.js and serverless consultant. Public speaker and https://notjs.blog/ blog author.

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March 29-30


Free 3h Workshops

Access to talks & activities on both days (March 29-30)

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Advice lounges

Interactive sessions with speakers

Technology discussion rooms

Watching party

AfterParty Video Bars

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TestJS Summit (Jan 28-29, 2021), full ticket

Node Congress (Feb 18-19, 2021), full ticket

DevOps.js Conference (March 29-30, 2021), full ticket

React Summit Remote Edition (April 14-16, 2021), watch only

JSNation Live (June 9-10, 2021), watch only

ML Conf EU, talks recordings

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Interactive Sessions With Speakers



Join virtual rooms with top architects & developers


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Explore specific technologies in their dedicated video rooms.

The full list of discussion rooms will be announced later.

Building Infrastructure
Development Pipelines
Continuous Deployments/Integration
Scaling JS applications

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Join random groups of conference attendees watching/discussing the event. Make new friends!

Remote Afterparty Bars

Join Afterparty rooms facilitated by community activists, and enjoy a remote drink!

Game Bar


with Speakers



with Community

QuakeJS Tournament

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