Local and international experts will convene in India to discuss cloud native technologies
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – December 12, 2019 – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which builds sustainable ecosystems for cloud native software, today announced the schedules for Kubernetes Forums, in Bengaluru on February 17, 2020, and in Delhi on February 20, 2020. Kubernetes contributors from companies including gopaddle, IBM, JP Morgan, Rapyuta Robotics, Red Hat, University of Delhi, and VMware will be giving 31 talks many of which include technical demos and discuss end user experiences.
Kubernetes Forums are designed to promote face-to-face collaboration and deliver rich educational experiences for experts, adopters, developers, and end-users in a region. Attendees are engaged to help set the direction for the cloud native ecosystem with maintainers of Kubernetes and other CNCF-hosted projects.
“This is the second year of organizing an event in India and we’re excited to be engaging in events in two cities,” said Dan Kohn, Executive Director of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. “After successful events in Seoul and Sydney this month, we’ve shown that Kubernetes Forums are a great way to bring together international and local experts share knowledge.”
Kubernetes Forums have both a beginner and an advanced track. About half the speakers will be international and half local area experts.
The community-curated schedule features sessions from leading open source technologists, including:
- In Bengaluru:
- Securing Container Image Root File System on the Kubernetes Worker Nodes – Harshal Patil & Pradipta Banerjee, IBM
- Resiliency Patterns in Kubernetes – Ravi Hari & Lakshminarayanan S, Intuit
- An Adventure Of Link-Local Kind – Harsha Narayana, Cisco
- Modernizing Monolithic Application: Isolation Before Independence – Vinothini Raju, gopaddle
- A Safari into the KubeVerse – Dhananjay Sathe, Rapyuta Robotics
- In Delhi:
- Noobernetes 102: Get Ready for Production – Neependra Khare, CloudYuga Technologies
- Auditing in Kubernetes 101 – Nikhita Raghunath, Loodse
- Lesson Learnt Running an Indian Bank on Kubernetes – Shekhar Gulati & Akshay Mathur, Xebia
- Securing and Hardening Your Kubernetes Cluster – Saurabh Gupta, DigitalOcean
- Unleashing the Power of Serverless Using Knative – Savita Ashture, Red Hat
View the full schedule for Bengaluru and Delhi.
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Kubernetes Forums Bengaluru and Delhi are made possible with support from silver sponsor: DigitalOcean and bronze sponsors: CloudYuga.guru and NeuAlto.
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