The New Stack Pancake Breakfast

Date: Thursday, May 3
Time: 7:30 – 8:45
Location: B3 M1-M4

Topic: Securing Kubernetes

Is an application architecture ever fully secure? Enter SPIFFE, a whimsical sounding term that is now an official CNCF project. It’s focus: build a way to create a secure identity framework for production environments. It’s a new level of complexity that also raises discussions about access, authentication and network-level ACL configurations. Come learn, engage in conversation and enjoy a short stack with The New Stack.

And of course, our special sponsor, VMware, deserves the chef’s gratitude for making this breakfast possible.

Thank you
VMware

Space is limited and available on a first come, first served basis.

SPONSORS

DIAMOND

Azure
Cisco
Google Cloud
IBM Cloud
Red Hat
VMware

PLATINUM

Amazon Web Services
Ballerina
Datadog
Huawei
Mesosphere
Mirantis
Rancher

GOLD

CloudBees
Digital Ocean
HPE
JFrog
Sumologic
Ubuntu

SILVER

AppDynamics
Aqua
Aspen Mesh
AVI Networks
Big Switch
Bitnami
Black Duck by Synopsys
Booking.com
Buoyant
Cloud Foundry
CNCF Store
Component Soft
Container Solutions
Containous
Covalent
Docker
Dynatrace
Eclipse
Elastic
GitLab
Haproxy
Heptio
Iguaz.io
Influx Data
Instana
Intel
JetBrains
Joyent
Juniper Networks
LF Training – CNCF
LightStep
mLab
NetApp – Data Driven
New Relic
NGINX
Nine
Node.js
NodeSource
Nuage Networks
OpenSDS
Oracle – Red Background
Packet
Platform 9
Portworx
RedisLabs
Spotinst
sysdig
Turbonomic
Twistlock
Univa
Weaveworks

START-UP

Alcide
Aporeto
Cloud66
Codefresh
ContainerShip
Datawire – horizontal
fd.io
Giant Swarm
Grafana
Hasura
Humio
Jetstack
Kasten
Kinvolk
Kontena
Kublr
Loodse GmbH
OpenEBS
Proteon
RiseML
StorageOS
Styra
SuperGiant
Turbine Labs
Yugabyte

PARTNERS

Linux Academy
Software Engineering Daily
Sticker Mule
Tech Beacon
The New Stack
Virtual Strategy Magazine
VM Blog
Women in Tech
Women Who Code