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We urge you to download the event brochure, which is full of useful information and details!

PowerShell + DevOps Global Summit is the gathering of PowerShell + DevOps professionals and enthusiasts. More than just a conference, it’s a true in-person gathering of a vibrant commuity - we learn from each other, we develop practices and standards, we share challenges and solutions, and we drive our industry forward. If you’re working with PowerShell, Desired State Configuration, and related technologies, and especially if you’re moving your organization toward a DevOps footing, then this is the 400+ level event you’ve been looking for. Be sure to grab our event app for your iOS or Android device!

Once you’re registered (use the Tickets tab, below), you’ll be authorized to this site, and be able to build and maintain your personal agenda for the event. Check back often as the event draws near, as this is where we’ll publish any last-minute session changes or other agenda updates. If you already registered and didn’t receive your invite email to Sched.com, just go here and use your registered email address and EventBrite order number to gain access.

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🏨 HOTELS
We have reserved a small block of rooms at the following hotels, and we encourage you to reserve as soon as possible. Our group rate represents a solid discount from the prevailing rack rate, and staying at one of these hotels will ensure that you're able to hang with fellow Summiteers and stay in the groove all week. If you reserve through Expedia or other websites, you will not receive our group rate, will not be included in our room block, and may force us to pay for an unused room. We beg you to book directly with the hotel if at all possible, using the information in our official brochure.

After you have booked your hotel (see official brochure for group codes), please revisit your EventBrite registration and update your hotel choice. THANK YOU! 



💡TIPS
Make your Summit experience the best possible with these tips:

  • We encourage you to leave bulky lapotop bags at the hotel rather than lugging them around all week.
  • We do not provide power outlets and attendees may not run charging cables across any aisle, doorway, or other passageway, at any time.  
  • Watch our Summit News Feed for official updates and announcements!
  • Session attendance is first-come, first-seated, regardless of advance session "sign ups" in your personal agenda. Your personal agenda is for your convenience only, and does not guarantee admission. Standing room may not be permitted in session rooms, based on fire codes.


❓FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
  •  Can I request a refund or transfer my registration? Registrations are nonrefundable. You can transfer your registration to another person - see the event brochure for details, terms, and conditions.

  • Do you offer any government, nonprofit, or other discounts? As a nonprofit ourselves, we run the event as close to break-even as possible. Therefore, no discounts are possible aside from the early registration discount offered to our alumni.

  • Can I bring a guest? Guests are not permitted at the conference venue. We do offer paid guest passes for our offsite evening event; these are sold through the Tickets page or on EventBrite.
     
  • Are sessions recorded or streamed? All breakout and deep dive sessions are recorded to the best of our technical ability, and recordings are posted on YouTube for free. We do not stream sessions. General sessions, Working Groups, Side Sessions, and other content is not recorded.
     
  • Can you accommodate my dietary needs? We and our venue will do our best. We can typically accommodate common dietary restrictions such as vegetarian, Vegan, and gluten-free. We can work with our venue to identify ingredients that you may be allergic to. For any other dietary needs, you may need to eat offsite. See the event brochure for important details on dietary accommodations. Please note that local health ordinances prohibit outside food from being brought into the venue. 


👮🏼‍♀️ CODE OF CONDUCT
Summit is a community event, organized by unpaid volunteers. It is meant to be an inclusive, professional event that provides an energetic and engaging environment for learning and personal networking. We abhor harassment. This includes any offensive verbal comments related to gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, race, religion, disability, physical appearance, body size, technology choices, and so on. Harassment can also include sustained interruptions or disruptions, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention. None of this will be tolerated; anyone experiencing harassment should ask the harasser to stop immediately, and contact a member of staff. Anyone so asked must stop immediately, or they will be asked to leave Summit without a refund. Sponsors may not use sexual or sexualized imagery, activities, or other material. Sponsor staff, should they be present at Summit, are expected to dress professionally as they would in any corporate work environment. Summit is about the open exchange of ideas and information. Attendees (including sponsors and presenters) are expected to respect each others’ opinions, perspectives, suggestions, and ideas. Differences of opinion are not only acceptable, they are encouraged, provided they can be presented politely and professionally. Our differences give us new perspectives and ideas, and make us stronger and smarter, but only when offered and accepted in a spirit of cooperation and trust.