What is Blueprint LDN?
Introducing Blueprint LDN, a brand new event from the organisers of Big Data LDN, focused on how to build a modern Cloud-Native architecture fit for today’s requirements. With 5 streams of seminar sessions covering Multi-Cloud, DevOps, IoT, Containerisation, Observability and much more.
Blueprint LDN is an essential event for all those looking to design a technology stack to support and enable their Data-Driven Transformation. In 2021, Blueprint LDN is co-located with Big Data LDN at Olympia London. A free registration for either event grants access to both events.
When is Blueprint LDN?
Blueprint LDN takes place on Wednesday 22nd September & Thursday 23rd September 2021 from 9am until 6:00pm (UK time) at Olympia London. The event is co-located with Big Data LDN, the UK’s largest data & analytics event.
Who should attend Blueprint LDN?
The following job roles are most likely to obtain the best value by attending Blueprint LDN.
Enterprise Architect, Data Architect, Data Engineer, Application Developer, DevOps Manager, DevOps Engineer, Cloud Architect, Solutions Architect, Project Manager, Software Architect, Software Engineer, Product Owner, Product Manager, Site Reliability Engineer
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT :
CIO, CTO, IT Director, IT Manager, Chief Digital Officer, Head of Digital Transformation, Head of Customer Experience, Head of User Experience, Head of Technology Innovation
Are the seminars free to watch?
All seminars in all theatres at Blueprint LDN and Big Data LDN are free to attend.
Can my business speak or exhibit at Blueprint LDN?
If your business would like to be involved in the Blueprint LDN event on 22-23 September 2021 they should reach out via email to email@example.com or call +44(0)2032914014. Further information can be found on our Want to Exhibit? page.
What is the event's Covid-19 policy?
Everyone attending Big Data LDN and Blueprint LDN will need to prove their COVID-19 Status before entering Olympia by providing either:
• Proof of full vaccination – both doses received (with the second at least 14 days prior to the event).
• Proof of a negative NHS Lateral Flow Test taken prior to travel on the day of arrival at the event
• Proof of natural immunity based upon a positive PCR test within 180 days of the event (including 10 days self-isolation following the result).