devopsdays Philadelphia - sponsor

We greatly value sponsors for this open event. If you are interested in sponsoring, please drop us an email at [email protected] . Gold, Silver, and Bronze sponsorship packages are detailed in our prospectus.

Additional à la carte sponsorships are also possible:

  • coffee - signage by the coffee displays with your logo throughout the day
  • breakfast - signage by the breakfast tables and in the eating area with your logo in the morning before sessions
  • snacks - signage by the snack area with your logo during the afternoon when snacks are available
  • lunch - signage by the lunch tables and in the eating area with your logo during lunch
  • evening reception - signage at the evening happy hour
  • lanyards
  • room and session sponsorships
  • logo and t-shirt design

These may be purchased in addition to (or in lieu of) the sponsorships in the prospectus.

Please email us at [email protected] for more information.

2 included tickets   
1 additional tickets (3 in total)   
2 additional tickets (4 in total)   
Full Table   
Shared Table   
Logo on DevOpsDays Philadelphia website and on event signage.   
Logo on all attendee email.   
1 minute pitch to all attendees   

DevOpsDays is a self-organizing conference for practitioners that depends on sponsorships. We do not have vendor booths, sell product presentations, or distributee attendee contact lists. Sponsors have the opportunity to have short elevator pitches during the program and will get recognition on the website and social media before, during and after the event. Sponsors are encouraged to represent themselves by actively participating and engaging with the attendees as peers. Any attendee also has the opportunity to demo products/projects as part of an open space session.

Gold sponsors get a full table and Silver sponsors a shared table where they can interact with those interested to come visit during breaks. All attendees are welcome to propose any subject they want during the open spaces, but this is a community-focused conference, so heavy marketing will probably work against you when trying to make a good impression on the attendees.

The best thing to do is send engineers to interact with the experts at DevOpsDays on their own terms.