It’s not just planning, analysis, design, implementation and maintenance for us, it’s more like build, measure and learn.
But, is the learning just an inside process?
Of course not, every system needs feedback. One of the best ways to get feedback and to learn is attending events and talking to different people with various expertise, experiences and points of view.
This is one of the reasons we are attending KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Europe and North America.
For the upcoming event, due to safety concerns, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation has planned a whole new experience for us:
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2020
Keep Cloud Native Connected – An Online Experience
We have prepared a conference guide for you. Keep reading and plan your agenda to get the best of this virtual event.
We are attending this event as a Silver sponsor.
It’s been 5 years with KubeCon + CloudNativeCon since 2016 in Seattle. CNCF has been gathering adopters and technologists from leading open source and cloud native communities in many events and this time we are all gathering virtually for four days of networking, education and advancement.
Keep reading, we have prepared a conference guide for you to plan your attendance and make the best out of it.
Table of Contents
It’s not just networking, you can attend different sessions in KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU 2020 and also Day Zero Co-Located Events. But, keep in mind, these events are NOT included in the main event ticket, click here for a list of Co-Located events and registration.
The main event has been categorized in different sessions:
- 101 Track
- Application + Development
- Case Studies
- Customizing + Extending Kubernetes
- Day Zero Co-Located Events
- Keynote Sessions
- Lightning Talk Sessions
- Machine Learning + Data
- Maintainer Track Sessions
- Security + Identity + Policy
- Service Mesh
- Social Events
- Sponsor Showcase
- Content Experience Level
You can find different talks, networking opportunities and tutorial sessions according to your interest. Just click on each link and check out the complete program.
Popular talks on the Conference
Monday, August 17
- What’s an Application in Kubernetes? – Antoine Legrand, Red Hat
- Reliability Engineering under Uncertainty – Silvia Pina, Independent
- Stayin’ Alive: PodDisruptionBudgets for Maintenance and Upgrades – Matthew Robson, Red Hat
- Using SOPS, Kube Secrets and a CD Pipeline For Secure Configuration – Tom Hipwell, Bulb
- Build & Deploy a CNF in 5 Minutes – Rastislav Szabo, PANTHEON.tech
- etcd Watchers Not Working? Improving Error Handling in Your Applications – Guillermo Nunez, IBM
- Kubernetes and Service Mesh with Java Microservices Workshop hosted by Oracle
- Workflow Automation Day hosted by GitHub
Tuesday, August 18
- Keynote: Dan Kohn, Executive Director, Cloud Native Computing Foundation
- Keynote: Open Source Intrusion Detection for Containers at Shopify – Shane Lawrence, Senior Security Infrastructure Engineer, Shopify & Kris Nóva, Chief Open Source Advocate, Sysdig
- Keynote: CNCF Projects Update – Constance Caramanolis, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2020 Co-Chair & Software Engineer, Splunk
- Keynote: The Beginner’s Guide to the CNCF TOC – Liz Rice, VP Open Source Engineering, Aqua Security
- Autoscaling at Scale: How We Manage Capacity @ Zalando – Arjun Naik, Zalando SE
- Build an Automatic Canary Release Pipeline in a Kubernetes-native Way – Ying Chun Guo, IBM
- Help! My Cluster Is On The Internet: Container Security Fundamentals – Samuel Davidson, Google
- Tutorial: Getting Started With Cloud Native Security – Liz Rice, Aqua Security & Michael Hausenblas, Amazon
- KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 101: A Beginner’s Guide to The Conference – Karen Chu & Michelle Noorali, Microsoft
- Running K3s, Lightweight Kubernetes, in Production for the Edge and Beyond – Darren Shepherd, Rancher
- Kubernetes Patterns – Roland Huß, Red Hat
- Scaling Prometheus: How We Got Some Thanos Into Cortex – Thor Hansen, DigitalOcean & Marco Pracucci, Grafana Labs
- Effective Kubernetes Onboarding – Kathleen Juell, DigitalOcean
Wednesday, August 19
- Keynote: Kubernetes Project Update – Vicki Cheung, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2020 Co-Chair & Engineering Manager, Lyft
- Keynote: How to Love K8s and Not Wreck the Planet – Holly Cummins, Worldwide IBM Garage Developer Lead, IBM
- Sponsored Keynote: The Kubernetes Effect – Igniting Transformation in Your Team – Briana Frank, Director of Product, IBM Cloud
- Sponsored Keynote: Keep It Simple – A Human Approach to Coping with Complexity – Hannah Foxwell, Associate Director, Platform Services, VMware Pivotal Labs
- DevOps Patterns and Antipatterns for Continuous Software Updates – Baruch Sadogursky & Kat Cosgrove, JFrog
- Kubernetes DNS Horror Stories (And How to Avoid Them) – Laurent Bernaille, Datadog
Thursday, August 20
- Keynote: Building a Service Mesh From Scratch – The Pinterest Story – Derek Argueta, Senior Software Engineer, Tesla
- Keynote: Closing Remarks – KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2020 Co-Chairs: Constance Caramanolis, Software Engineer, Splunk & Vicki Cheung, Engineering Manager, Lyft
- Sponsored Keynote: Network, Please Evolve: Chapter 3, Stretching Out – Vijoy Pandey, Vice President and CTO of Cloud, Cisco
- Using Kubernetes Secrets in GitOps Workflows Securely – Seth Vargo & Alex Tcherniakhovski, Google
Check out the complete schedule here.
You will have the chance to meet important members of the Community and get in contact with great companies such as:
|Red Hat||Diamond Sponsor|
|IBM Cloud||Diamond Sponsor|
|CloudComputing Insider||Media Partner|
|The CTO Advisor||Media Partner|
|SD Times||Media Partner|
Who we are
We are anynines – a digital transformation company focused on planning, building and operating modern application developer platforms.
We have years of experience in automating the delivery of enterprise-grade platforms based on various technologies. This comprises platform technologies such as Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry.
With profound knowledge and suitable products regarding automating databases and other data services, we provide our customers with comprehensive developer platforms addressing both the application and data lifecycle.
Additional services including consulting, platform engineering, operations, training, and cloud-native app development we position ourselves as a solution provider allowing our customers to focus on being successful within their domain.
A Break from Tech Scene
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2020 was supposed to happen in Amsterdam from March 30 until April 2.
We decided to keep the following part as a travel guide for you after our world is succeeded in handling this uninvited virus.
What you must check out when visiting Amsterdam
If you are planning your trip and you have enough time, you can enjoy your weekend in Amsterdam.
We have gathered some information about the city for you, so you can save some time and make the most of your vacation days after a great community experience in KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU 2020.
Where to go?
If you like museums, this city is your heaven. And, it is the Tulip season during your stay.
Here you can find the most popular sightseeing attractions in Amsterdam:
|Name||Opening Hours (Weekend)||Location|
|The Rijksmuseum||9 am – 5 pm||Map|
|The Anne Frank Museum||10 am – 6 pm||Map|
|The Van Gogh Museum||9 am – 5 pm||Map|
|The Jordaan (neighborhood)||All day||Map|
|Dam Square||All day||Map|
|The Royal Palace||10 am – 5 pm||Map|
|Rembrandt House Museum||10 am – 6 pm||Map|
|The Botanical Gardens & the Zoo||10 am – 5 pm||Map|
|The Old Church (Oude Kerk)||10 am – 6 pm |
Sunday: 1 – 5:30 pm
Where to eat?
Here are some restaurants based on nearest location with top ratings on Google:
|Name||Type||Opening Hours (Weekend)||Location|
|The Roast Room||International||9 am – 11:30 pm||Map|
|De Uitsmijter||Dutch||Saturday: 9 am – 4 pm|
|Buon Gusto d’italia||Italian||Saturday: 12 pm – 1 am|
Sunday: 12 – 11:30 pm
|Orandaya||Japanese||Saturday: 6 – 10:30 pm|
Sunday: 5:30 – 10 pm
|Visaandeschelde||Seafood||Saturday: 5:30 – 11 pm|
Sunday: 4 – 11 pm
|Mooshka Vegan Soul Food||Vegan||12 – 10 pm||Map|
Where to shop?
What about souvenirs? Do you want to leave Amsterdam without any Gouda or tulip bulbs?