In-person event for Agility 2020 has been cancelled. Please see the Agility Event Page for more details.
In an abundance of caution for our customers, partners and employees, we have made the
tough decision to cancel our in-person event for Agility 2020 due to the escalating
travel and safety concerns related to the global COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.
While we are disappointed to miss sharing ideas and solving problems with customers
and partners from around the globe in person, we believe this is
the best decision for everyone's welfare.
We are rapidly developing an alternative to Agility as a virtual experience in the
near term to deliver valuable Lab, Break-out Session, Certification and
Keynote content to our customers and partners.
Check back regularly for more details on the virtual event
or email F5Agility@F5.com for additional information.
<Professor Farnsworth imitation> Good news, everybody! </Professor Farnsworth imitation>
As you know, there was no Agility 2019. This was in part so that we could reset the time of year for the conference from August to March.
Orlando, and Disney, and putt-putt golfing... That's right, *puts on ears* we're going to Disneyworld - and you are all cordially invited to participate in labs and breakouts, meet fellow F5 users, talk with F5 and partner subject-matter experts, learn to develop and deploy applications in days instead of months, secure your apps at scale in a multi-cloud environment, and hear about our vision for the future of F5 and NGINX.
The DevCentral team will be busy as usual that week. We are all flying over, and will be:
hosting our usual booth and giving out swag in the expo hall,
hosting a walk-in Nerdery zone next to our booth, where folks can drop in to speak with one of our subject-matter experts,
presenting breakout sessions,
hanging out at Geekfest,
enjoying the exclusive community area at the final night party, and of course,
spoiling the dev/central MVPs during the joint 2019-20 MVP Summit at Agility with special sessions and activities.
If you'd like to do more than pick up all the knowledge being dropped, if you have some cool technical stories or lessons-learned to share, please stay tuned for the open call for proposals which should go live in early December - so please start getting those great breakout, lightening round, and open talk ideas ready.