CNCF Staff Blog
I am off to SCaLE! This is one of my favorite events of the year because of the people, the content, and it’s so chill. Getting somewhere warm this time of year is always good too!
CNCF is sponsoring and exhibiting at SCaLE 18x, the 18th annual Southern California Linux Expo, taking place from March 5-8, 2020 in Pasadena, CA. I’m looking forward to being on the ground to represent CNCF and to catch up with our community members who will be at the event!
I will be at our booth (#311) where we will be passing out free Kubernetes socks! Want to help out in the booth? We are still looking for community members to volunteer for booth shifts. This is a great way to get to know more members of the community, share experiences, and help out potential new members and project contributors. If you are attending and interested, check out the calendar and choose a slot.
Over the four day conference, there are many sessions on CNCF projects including Kubernetes, containerd, Linkerd, and many others. I was looking at the schedule and found the list below. If I missed one, let me know!
- A peek behind the curtain: Managing the Kubernetes contributor community, Jeffrey Sica, Bob Killen
- A Practical Introduction to Service Mesh with Linkerd, Charles Pretzer
- Applying Kubernetes in Edge and IoT applications – Challenges and Solutions, Steven Wong, Malini Bhandaru
- Beyond a Single Mesh – Discovery, Identity and Federation, Venil Noronha, Deepa Kalani
- Building a Database as a Service on Kubernetes, Abhi Vaidyanatha, Lucy Burns
- Building an on-premise, multitenant serverless platform, Murugappan Chetty
- Building the next generation of release notes for Kubernetes, Jeffrey Sica
- Building Stateful Workloads in Kubernetes, Rob Richardson
- Extending containerd, Samuel Karp
- How a Kubernetes Operator Can Make Relational Databases Safer, Liz van Dijk, Peter Farr
- Kubernetes as a Concrete Abstraction Layer, Karen Bruner
- Options for Deploying & Managing Kubernetes on AWS, Vicky Tanya Seno
- PostgreSQL on K8s at Zalando: Two years in production, Alexander Kukushkin
- Scalability testing of a production Kubernetes cluster, Federico Hernandez, Simone Sciarrati
- Shall We Play a Game? Modernizing WarGames Using Cloud-Native Technologies, Jason Dobies
- Simplifying the build process with Cloud Native Buildpacks, Kevin Takenaga, Aaron Meza
- We put Kubernetes on a Mainframe!, Elizabeth K. Joseph
- Why you shouldn’t build a Kubernetes Operator, Josh Wood
- Workshop: Introduction to Containers and Kubernetes, Marissa Bosche, Ryan Schneider
- Workshop: Kubernetes 101, Ryan Jarvinen, Ell Marquez
If you are at the event, please stop by the CNCF booth to say hi and get your Kubernetes socks. Ping me on Twitter so we can plan to meet up!