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2 DAY CONFERENCE

KubeCon Europe

Topics covered at #KubeConIO

Thursday, 10th - Friday, 11th March at CodeNode, London

49 experts. will be speaking. Starts at 9:00 AM.

KubeCon 2016 was the second inaugural community Kubernetes conference, fully dedicated to education and community engagement focused on early Kubernetes, production users and contributors.

We were thrilled to be bringing KubeCon, the Kubernetes community conference, to London for the European follow-up to our inaugural sold-out event held in 2015 in San Francisco.

Some 400 members of Europe's Kubernetes and DevOps community joined us to see a variety of expert deep technical talks designed to spark creativity and promote Docker and Kubernetes education.

"If you are passionate about building highly scalable microservices, make use of the Go Programming Language for your distributed application stack and/or are just getting started with Kubernetes, this was an event you didn't want to miss!"

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Day 1: KubeCon Day 1

March 10

Track Ctrl Cmd Alt/Tab Shift
08:30

Breakfast, exhibit hours and registration


09:30

Day 1 Opening Keynote: Kubernetes Update

Kelsey Hightower


10:15

Kubernetes State of the Union

David Aronchick


kubernetes google
10:55

The State of State

Matthew Bates


Cloud Native SDN for Kubernetes

Juergen Brendel


Kubernetes and the Potential for Higher Level Interfaces

Gareth Rushgrove


devops containers kubernetes

Kubernetes meets Finagle for Resilient Microservices

Oliver Gould


11:45
2

If you can drink and watch Star Wars, you can handle Kubernetes in production (Because that’s exactly what we did)

Tom Wilkie and Ilya Dmitrichenko


Custom Volume Plugins

Álex González


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rktnetes: what's new with container runtimes and Kubernetes

Jonathan Boulle


What is OpenStack's role in a Kubernetes world?

Thierry Carrez


12:30

Lunch and Exhibit Break


14:00

Hybrid Apps: Orchestrating Cloud-Native and Traditional Application Architectures

Sinclair Schuller


Full Automatic Database: PostgreSQL HA with Kubernetes

Josh Berkus


postgresql docker etcd patroni atomic kubernetes

A lightweight deployment system for appops

Michael Hausenblas


2

Scaling Open edX with Kubernetes

Nate Aune and Morgan Robertson


14:50

Kubernetes in Production in The New York Times newsroom

Eric Lewis


Killing containers to make weather beautiful

Jacob Tomlinson


ChatOps and Automatic Deployment on Kubernetes

Andreas Heim


Multi-Tenant Kubernetes

James Kulina


15:30
16:00

Simple, Scalable, Secure networking for Kubernetes

Shaun Crampton


Monitoring Microservices: Docker, Kubernetes, and GKE Visibility at Scale

Luca Marturana


Bringing an open source Containerized Container Platform to Kubernetes

Ken Robertson


16:50

Creating an Advanced Load Balancing Solution for Kubernetes with NGINX

Andrew Hutchings


Leveraging ephemeral namespaces in a CI/CD pipeline

Can Yücel


Kubernetes Documentation: Contributing, fixing issues, collecting bounties

John Mulhausen


17:40

Panel: Communities, Contribution and Kubernetes

Sarah Novotny


18:40

Happy Hour and Exhibit Hours


Day 2: KubeCon Day 2

March 11

Track Ctrl Cmd Alt/Tab Shift
08:30

Breakfast, exhibit hours and registration


09:30

Day 2 Opening Keynote: Pushing Kubernetes Forward

Brandon Philips


kubernetes
10:40

ITNW (If This Now What): Orchestrating an Enterprise

Michael Ward


2

SmartCity IoT on Kubernetes

Jakub Pavlik and Adam Skotnicky


Templatized Application Configuration on OpenShift and Kubernetes

Ben Parees


Using Traffic Control to Test Apps in Containers

Alban Crequy


11:30

Getting the Jobs Done With Kubernetes

Maciej Szulik


Transforming the Government

Ivan Pedrazas


Integrated trusted computing in Kubernetes

Matthew Garrett


Your App Is Alive

Michelle Noorali


12:20

Lunch and Exhibit Break Day 2


14:00

Kubernetes Storage 101

Erin Boyd


My Microservices are not all stateless!

Kai Davenport


A Practical Guide to Container Scheduling

Mandy Waite


Making Sense of the Growing Kubernetes Community

Fintan Ryan


14:50
2

Kubernetes Dashboard Unleashed!

Christoph Held and David O'Dwyer


Interactive Monitoring for Kubernetes

Tom Wilkie


Distributed containers in the physical world

Connor Alexander


15:40

Kubernetes Hardware Hacks: Exploring the Kubernetes API Through Knobs, Faders, and Sliders

Ian Lewis


2

From Heroku to Kubernetes

Smaine Kahlouch and Antoine Legrand


2

Trading in the Kube

John Marks and Thibault Deheurles


16:40

Break


17:00

CodeNode

CodeNode is the UK's largest venue dedicated to Technology events and was designed to provide a space for Skills Matter's community of software professionals to come together and enjoy meetups, conferences, training and networking events. With fantastic transport links and located in the heart of London's Tech City, Codenode welcomes thousands of engineers each year, who come together to learn and share skills, exoerience and collaborate on projects.

CodeNode features six dedicated event spaces, a large break-out area, complete with fully-licensed bar, reliable wifi, plenty of power sockets, and 6 dedicated event and collaboration spaces.

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CodeNode

10 South Place, London, EC2M 7EB, GB


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Overview

KubeCon 2016 was the second inaugural community Kubernetes conference, fully dedicated to education and community engagement focused on early Kubernetes, production users and contributors.

We were thrilled to be bringing KubeCon, the Kubernetes community conference, to London for the European follow-up to our inaugural sold-out event held in 2015 in San Francisco.

Some 400 members of Europe's Kubernetes and DevOps community joined us to see a variety of expert deep technical talks designed to spark creativity and promote Docker and Kubernetes education.

"If you are passionate about building highly scalable microservices, make use of the Go Programming Language for your distributed application stack and/or are just getting started with Kubernetes, this was an event you didn't want to miss!"

Excited? Share it!

Programme

Day 1: KubeCon Day 1

March 10

Track Ctrl Cmd Alt/Tab Shift
08:30

Breakfast, exhibit hours and registration


09:30

Day 1 Opening Keynote: Kubernetes Update

Kelsey Hightower


10:15

Kubernetes State of the Union

David Aronchick


kubernetes google
10:55

The State of State

Matthew Bates


Cloud Native SDN for Kubernetes

Juergen Brendel


Kubernetes and the Potential for Higher Level Interfaces

Gareth Rushgrove


devops containers kubernetes

Kubernetes meets Finagle for Resilient Microservices

Oliver Gould


11:45
2

If you can drink and watch Star Wars, you can handle Kubernetes in production (Because that’s exactly what we did)

Tom Wilkie and Ilya Dmitrichenko


Custom Volume Plugins

Álex González


kubernets volume-plugins oss

rktnetes: what's new with container runtimes and Kubernetes

Jonathan Boulle


What is OpenStack's role in a Kubernetes world?

Thierry Carrez


12:30

Lunch and Exhibit Break


14:00

Hybrid Apps: Orchestrating Cloud-Native and Traditional Application Architectures

Sinclair Schuller


Full Automatic Database: PostgreSQL HA with Kubernetes

Josh Berkus


postgresql docker etcd patroni atomic kubernetes

A lightweight deployment system for appops

Michael Hausenblas


2

Scaling Open edX with Kubernetes

Nate Aune and Morgan Robertson


14:50

Kubernetes in Production in The New York Times newsroom

Eric Lewis


Killing containers to make weather beautiful

Jacob Tomlinson


ChatOps and Automatic Deployment on Kubernetes

Andreas Heim


Multi-Tenant Kubernetes

James Kulina


15:30
16:00

Simple, Scalable, Secure networking for Kubernetes

Shaun Crampton


Monitoring Microservices: Docker, Kubernetes, and GKE Visibility at Scale

Luca Marturana


Bringing an open source Containerized Container Platform to Kubernetes

Ken Robertson


16:50

Creating an Advanced Load Balancing Solution for Kubernetes with NGINX

Andrew Hutchings


Leveraging ephemeral namespaces in a CI/CD pipeline

Can Yücel


Kubernetes Documentation: Contributing, fixing issues, collecting bounties

John Mulhausen


17:40

Panel: Communities, Contribution and Kubernetes

Sarah Novotny


18:40

Happy Hour and Exhibit Hours


Day 2: KubeCon Day 2

March 11

Track Ctrl Cmd Alt/Tab Shift
08:30

Breakfast, exhibit hours and registration


09:30

Day 2 Opening Keynote: Pushing Kubernetes Forward

Brandon Philips


kubernetes
10:40

ITNW (If This Now What): Orchestrating an Enterprise

Michael Ward


2

SmartCity IoT on Kubernetes

Jakub Pavlik and Adam Skotnicky


Templatized Application Configuration on OpenShift and Kubernetes

Ben Parees


Using Traffic Control to Test Apps in Containers

Alban Crequy


11:30

Getting the Jobs Done With Kubernetes

Maciej Szulik


Transforming the Government

Ivan Pedrazas


Integrated trusted computing in Kubernetes

Matthew Garrett


Your App Is Alive

Michelle Noorali


12:20

Lunch and Exhibit Break Day 2


14:00

Kubernetes Storage 101

Erin Boyd


My Microservices are not all stateless!

Kai Davenport


A Practical Guide to Container Scheduling

Mandy Waite


Making Sense of the Growing Kubernetes Community

Fintan Ryan


14:50
2

Kubernetes Dashboard Unleashed!

Christoph Held and David O'Dwyer


Interactive Monitoring for Kubernetes

Tom Wilkie


Distributed containers in the physical world

Connor Alexander


15:40

Kubernetes Hardware Hacks: Exploring the Kubernetes API Through Knobs, Faders, and Sliders

Ian Lewis


2

From Heroku to Kubernetes

Smaine Kahlouch and Antoine Legrand


2

Trading in the Kube

John Marks and Thibault Deheurles


16:40

Break


17:00
Venue

CodeNode

CodeNode is the UK's largest venue dedicated to Technology events and was designed to provide a space for Skills Matter's community of software professionals to come together and enjoy meetups, conferences, training and networking events. With fantastic transport links and located in the heart of London's Tech City, Codenode welcomes thousands of engineers each year, who come together to learn and share skills, exoerience and collaborate on projects.

CodeNode features six dedicated event spaces, a large break-out area, complete with fully-licensed bar, reliable wifi, plenty of power sockets, and 6 dedicated event and collaboration spaces.

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CodeNode

10 South Place, London, EC2M 7EB, GB


View details, travel and nearby hotels
Sponsors

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