We’re bringing Tailscale out of the network layer and into the real world with Tailscale Up, the first-ever in-person Tailscale community conference, on May 31 in San Francisco. Meet Open Source maintainers, hardware hackers, self-hosters, and Tailscalars (sometimes all the same person) to share stories and workflows, and hear about the latest projects and integrations we’ve been working on.
To stay updated on the latest developments and announcements about Tailscale Up, visit tailscale.dev/up and follow our Twitter and our fediverse account. In the coming weeks, we’ll share updates, including the event’s venue, speaker announcements, and the full schedule. You won’t want to miss out on this unique opportunity to meet and learn from others in the Tailscale community as well as Tailscale team members.
Tailscale Up will feature a single track of talks sourced directly from the Tailscale community. Our CFP is open now through March 24. We’re looking for your story of network simplicity, security, and self-determination in 5-minute lightning, 20-minute short, or 40-minute long format. We’ve got more information about what we’re looking for and how to submit it at the bottom of this post.
Tickets are on sale now! You can purchase tickets here.
Ticket sales are limited, so act quickly! Early-bird tickets are available for $75. Standard tickets will go on sale for $125 starting April 29th.
While space is limited, we are excited to gather and meet the most enthusiastic Tailscale users at our conference! As always, we expect Tailscale Up attendees to comply with our event code of conduct.
Call for proposals
Our CFP is open! Submit a talk.
We’re looking for 5-, 20-, or 40-minute talks about how you use Tailscale. We’ve got some prompts below, but feel free to think outside of the box on this one. If you’ve never given a conference talk before, new voices are welcome.
- Open source projects
- Continuous integration / deployment
- Remote development
- Amateur radio
- Networking crimes
Building something that’s the peanut butter to Tailscale’s chocolate? If you’re interested in exploring potential partnership opportunities with us, we invite you to email us at
email@example.com. We are open to discussing different options for collaboration and finding creative ways to work together.
Get ready to
up your networking game.