The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference gathers adopters and technologists from leading open source and cloud native communities in Seattle, WA from December 10-13, 2018. Join Kubernetes, Prometheus, OpenTracing, Fluentd, gRPC, containerd, rkt, CNI, Envoy, Jaeger, Notary, TUF, Vitess, CoreDNS, NATS, and Linkerd as the community gathers for three days to further the education and advancement of cloud native computing.
December 10: Community Co-Located Events & Conference Lightning Talks
December 11-13: Conference
Featured Speakers Who Joined Us in 2017
LightStepBen is a cofounder at LightStep, a company focused on performance and reliability in modern software systems. Ben spent nine years at Google where he ate lots of snacks and led the design for several large (~1M-process) distributed systems. The most significant of these were Dapper, an always-on distributed tracing system; and Monarch, a high-availability timeseries collection, storage, and query system.
Microsoft AzureBrendan Burns is a Distinguished Engineer in Microsoft Azure with a focus on containers and DevOps and a co-founder of the Kubernetes open source project. At Azure he started Azure Container Instances (ACI) and the Azure Cloud Console, and also runs the Container Service (ACS) and Resource Manager (ARM) teams. He has a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and BA in Computer Science and Studio Art from Williams College.
Red HatClayton is architect and engineer on cloud orchestration and containers at Red Hat, in charge of both technical direction for Kubernetes and OpenShift (Red Hat's platform as a service built on top of Kubernetes) as well as the broader container and container content efforts at Red Hat. Clayton is one of the top contributors to both Kubernetes and OpenShift and has been involved in many projects in the container, platform-as-a-service, and ci/cd ecosystem over the last four years. He enjoys sleeping, but rarely has time to do it anymore.
HeptioCraig is the founder and CEO of Heptio, a startup focused on making Kubernetes accessible to the enterprise living in a multi-cloud world. Prior to starting Heptio, Craig was a product manager at Google where he founded the Kubernetes project and worked with the industry to create the Cloud Native Computing Foundation that he also chaired. He was also responsible for initiating and delivering several commercial cloud computing products including Google Compute Engine, Google Container Engine and Google Deployment Manager. Prior to Google Craig work on enterprise technologies at Microsoft for almost a decade
GitHubJesse Newland has spent the last six years growing along with GitHub. As a member of their Operations and Site Reliability group, he's helped design and build of several iterations of GitHub's infrastructure. Most recently, he helped migrate some of GitHub's more critical workloads to Kubernetes. When he's not editing YAML, you can find Jesse enjoying tacos, trails, and trees around Austin, Texas
Microsoft AzureMichelle is a Sr. Software Engineer at Microsoft Azure and a core maintainer of the Kubernetes Helm project. She co-cofounded the special interest group in Kubernetes that focuses on running and managing workloads in Kubernetes (SIG-Apps) and serves on the Kubernetes Steering Committee. Michelle is primarily a Go developer but has Ruby roots and holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Georgia.
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