The first-ever Mobile DevOps Summit is a one-day, virtual conference that brings 2,500+ mobile practitioners and global business leaders together to talk about the unique challenges faced by mobile teams. The inaugural Mobile DevOps Summit is set to provide mobile-specific best practices, app performance tracking, strategic solutions, and actionable insights. We’ve put together a comprehensive program for you to accelerate your mobile engineering readiness and maximize your app’s impact on society.
The Summit offers 100+ prestigious speakers, featured in 80+ workshops, fireside chats, customer case studies, and live Q&A sessions with mobile leaders.
Be part of the conversation where mobile thought leaders and industry experts discuss how they build, test, release, monitor, and collaborate on their mobile apps. Intrigued?This way to find out more
Meet some of our speakers
Antoine van der Lee
Staff iOS Engineer
We Transfer & SwiftLee
Senior Manager of UX Research at Meta's Reality Labs
Director of Engineering
Director of Native Platform Engineering
Senior Software Engineer iOS
The New York Times
Senior Software Engineer Android
The New York Times
iOS Build Engineer
Bitrise is a Mobile DevOps platform built around industry-leading mobile CI/CD and DevOps tooling. Bitrise ensures confidence, velocity, and continuous improvement across the entire cycle of app value creation, delivery, and realization.
Teams can easily release and maintain high-quality apps through automation, rapid iteration, and improvement in the development process. As a result, apps deliver more impact for the business, while teams scale quickly and efficiently.
Founded by mobile developers, Bitrise is trusted by more than 6,000 mobile product organizations worldwide, including Reddit, Affirm, N26, Rakuten, WISE, Bose, Virgin Mobile, Grindr, Mozilla, Philips Hue, and Marks & Spencer. Bitrise now counts 200+ people across continents, and has raised close to $100M in funding to date from investors like Insights Partners, Partech, Y Combinator, and more.