Only at CloudNativeDay: Brandon Philips from CoreOS On Open Source as the Power Behind Modern Infrastructure

By August 10, 2016Blog

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Cloud native computing is the perfect balance of operational efficiency and flexibility for modern infrastructure. Cloud native applications require the strength of trustworthy infrastructure developed and supported by a thriving open community.

Brandon Philips, current CTO of CoreOS, will detail how community-driven open source projects are pushing cloud native infrastructure forward in his session “The Architecture of Cloud Native: Open Source Projects Powering A Pluggable Infrastructure” at CloudNativeDay. Head out to Toronto on August 25th to learn more!

A graduate of Oregon State’s Open Source Lab, Philips has a passion for open source technologies that has spanned his career. Before co-founding and serving as CTO at CoreOS, he was a successful senior software engineer at Rackspace and a kernel developer for SUSE/Novell.

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