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October 12, 2021
Los Angeles, California + Virtual
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Tuesday, October 12
 

9:00am PDT

Welcome & State of GitOps - Dan Garfield, Codefresh & Scott Rigby, Weaveworks
Speakers
avatar for Scott Rigby

Scott Rigby

Developer Experience, Weaveworks
Scott is a Brooklyn based interdisciplinary artist and Developer Advocate at Weaveworks. He co-founded the Basekamp art and research group in 1998 and the massively collaborative Plausible Artworlds international network. In technology he enjoys helping develop open source software... Read More →
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Dan Garfield

Co-Founder & Chief Open Source Officer, Codefresh
Dan Garfield is the Co-founder and Chief Open Source Officer of Codefresh, a continuous delivery and GitOps platform. As a full-stack engineer and Kubernaut, Google Developer Expert, and a member of the Forbes Technology Council he's built opensource tools for advanced deployment... Read More →


Tuesday October 12, 2021 9:00am - 9:10am PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015
  Keynote

9:10am PDT

Keynote: Pipeline as Code Empowering Cloud-Native CI/CD on Kubernetes Using Open Source Tools - Christian Hernandez, Red Hat
The pipeline-as-code approach allows git workflows to automate the deployment of CI/CD pipelines, turning code into features faster and at a more secure pace for business. This approach means developers continue to focus on developing and contributing code as they always have, through git repositories, and helps traditional operations teams evolve into their desired SRE or DevOps engineer roles they’ve aspired to become. Kubernetes has provided a platform to integrate all of these tasks and desired tools along the way.

We’ll demonstrate how to fully integrate git repositories, pipelines, and CD frameworks on top of OpenShift to deliver a complete, declarative, pipeline as code and GitOps framework in a cloud-native environment.

Speakers
avatar for Christian Hernandez

Christian Hernandez

Senior Principal Technical Marketing Manager, Red Hat
Christian Hernandez is a technologist with experience in infrastructure engineering, systems administration, enterprise architecture, tech support, and management. Passionate about OpenSource and cloud native architecture. In his current role at Red Hat, he focuses on Kubernetes and... Read More →



Tuesday October 12, 2021 9:10am - 9:20am PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015
  Keynote

9:20am PDT

A Multi-Cluster, Multi-Cloud Infrastructure with GitOps at CERN - Ricardo Rocha, CERN
CERN relies on a large distributed infrastructure to store and analyze the multiple petabytes of data coming out of its experiments every year.  In the last few years two important trends have been changing the way we manage our infrastructure: kubernetes and cloud native technologies on the deployment side, and public clouds as a potentially cost effective way to get additional capacity to cover for workloads spikes and accessing resources that are scarce on premises, such as GPUs and other accelerators. This has made efficient management of multiple clusters even more relevant.  This talk will describe how we've been evolving our deployments to rely on GitOps and tools like Flux and ArgoCD to centralize and standardize our highly distributed infrastructure. It will cover the three main layers of our deployments: the "underlay" infrastructure, and how with a bit of yaml and tools like crossplane we manage our on-premises clusters and those across multiple regions of the different public cloud providers; the "base services", including monitoring and central aggregation with Prometheus, OPA policies, cost calculation, etc; and finally our end user services.  A quick demo will show how clusters can be added and removed with a couple lines in a matter of minutes.

Speakers
avatar for Ricardo Rocha

Ricardo Rocha

Computing Engineer, CERN
Ricardo is a Computing Engineer in the CERN cloud team focusing on containerized deployments, networking and more recently machine learning platforms. He has pushed for several years the internal effort to transition services and workloads to use cloud native technologies, as well... Read More →



Tuesday October 12, 2021 9:20am - 9:50am PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

9:50am PDT

Gitopsify Cellular Architecture - Ayush Ghosh & Sergey Sergeev, Cisco Systems, Inc.
Building and managing data-intensive microservices applications have their challenges. Cellular architecture & Gitops together help create an independently deployable, manageable, and observable solution. We moved from running multiple expensive non-prod inconsistent environments to testing in production. Weave Flux, Istio, and Crossplane helped us build multi-cloud, multi-cluster declarative environments in minutes.  With the new deployment model and custom tooling, devs can get a miniaturized version of the SaaS running on their laptops. The devs can pick and choose which components and versions they want to run locally.  The CI/CD metrics have improved dramatically as the integration & E2E tests run against real apps and not mocks. The system spins up real cloud-native solutions for production deployments and falls back to containerized workloads for non-production.  Adding support for new regions has come down to days of work from months.

Speakers
avatar for Ayush Ghosh

Ayush Ghosh

Engineering Lead, Cisco Systems Inc
A Tech Lead with 10+ years of experience in building and running large data-intensive applications. Have deep expertise in breaking and securing applications.
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Sergey Sergeev

Engineering Architect, AppD (part of Cisco)
Experienced Software Engineer and Software Architect having 20+ years of experience. Generalist. Good at design and implementation of high performance complex distributed scalable fault-tolerant computer systems.



Tuesday October 12, 2021 9:50am - 10:00am PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

10:00am PDT

BREAK
Tuesday October 12, 2021 10:00am - 10:20am PDT
Los Angeles Convention Center, Petree Plaza

10:20am PDT

Keynote: Creating the Enterprise App Store - Alexis Richardson, Weaveworks
Enterprises have missed the “app store moment” largely because each organization has been running their own infrastructure for the past decades. With the adoption of Containers which provides the next level of abstraction to encapsulate applications, we are closer to the app store ideal, but it's really Kubernetes that adds the security and management that will finally turn enterprise software into an asset. Companies want to use the same core platform everywhere so they can focus on "the same skillset, the same tools, the same way of thinking, but not the same data centers." GitOps delivers certain standardization for that core platform – so the most important asset, people, can now focus on the delivery of applications. 

Speakers
avatar for Alexis Richardson

Alexis Richardson

Founder & CEO, Weaveworks
Alexis is the CEO of Weaveworks and the chairman of the TOC for CNCF. Previously he was at Pivotal, as head of products for Spring, RabbitMQ, Redis, Apache Tomcat and vFabric. Alexis was responsible for resetting the product direction of Spring and transitioning the vFabric business... Read More →


Tuesday October 12, 2021 10:20am - 10:30am PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015
  Keynote

10:30am PDT

Keynote: Declaring Complexity - Emily Freeman, Amazon
Broadly speaking, GitOps is a way of declaring the desired state of a system. But more than that, it's a way of capturing complexity in a way that the human brain can conceptualize. This talk focuses on the importance of tech developing ways of obfuscating convolution while not exaggerating simplicity.

Speakers

Tuesday October 12, 2021 10:30am - 10:40am PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015
  Keynote

10:40am PDT

Are Your Declarative Configurations Human Friendly? Closer Look at Code Reviews with GitOps - Ryota Sawada, UPSIDER
The great values of GitOps such as commit history for change audit and code reviews / approvals are underpinned by declarative configurations. Both Argo CD and Flux support not just simple Kubernetes YAML definitions, but also Helm Charts and Kustomize. They allow templating and some basic computation for generating manifests, but how declarative are they "to humans"? Any changes to a Git repository can have a significant impact on GitOps platform setup, and code reviews play a significant role for ensuring correctness. Even if changes are carefully made and reviewed, you can still end up with unwanted changes when templates such as Helm and/or Kustomize are used. They are great at managing large and complex configurations, but can be confusing or unclear to humans. This talk takes a closer look at the common pitfalls of using Helm and Kustomize with GitOps, how to tackle them using additional tools, and a potential alternative approach using a new tool called "Importer".

Speakers
avatar for Ryota Sawada

Ryota Sawada

CTO, UPSIDER
Ryota is the CTO of UPSIDER, Inc., a startup providing B2B payment services for businesses mainly in Japan. He has been focused on developing the company's payment processing system and  platform.  He has built the platform embracing Kubernetes, Argo, Istio, and other Cloud Native... Read More →



Tuesday October 12, 2021 10:40am - 11:10am PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

11:10am PDT

GitOps Cloud Resource Management - Brett Weaver, Intuit
In this talk, you will learn about how Intuit is extending the support for GitOps to manage Cloud Resources. You will learn about Argo CloudOps, the open source project we developed to integrate Terraform and CDK using Argo Workflows to provide GitOps automation to manage our cloud resources. We discuss how this has provided greater security, automation and allowed us to extend Git as the source of truth for our cloud resource configuration.

Speakers
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Brett Weaver

Distinguished Engineer, Intuit
Engineer @ Intuit


Tuesday October 12, 2021 11:10am - 11:20am PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

11:20am PDT

GitOps and the CD Pipeline - Friend or Foe? - Tracy Ragan, DeployHub Inc.
While GitOps is solving some big problems for continuous deployments, does the operations by pull request model fit into a continuous delivery pipeline? In this session we will explore the ‘front end’ of GitOps and how the CD pipeline will need to shift to embrace a GitOps approach, particularly around independently deployed microservices. The question to answer is how will the CD Pipeline automate the GitOps steps that are currently done by a human, such as updating .yaml files, submitting pull requests and approving commits. With potentially thousands of .yaml files, automation of these steps will be critical.

Speakers
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Tracy Ragan

CEO, DeployHub Inc.
Tracy is expert in configuration management and pipeline life cycle practices with a hyper focus on microservices and cloud native architecture. She currently serves as a board member of the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) and the Executive Director of the Ortelius Open Sour... Read More →



Tuesday October 12, 2021 11:20am - 11:30am PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

11:30am PDT

LUNCH
Tuesday October 12, 2021 11:30am - 12:45pm PDT
Los Angeles Convention Center, Petree Plaza

12:45pm PDT

Managing Apps Dependencies and Kubernetes Versions with Kraan and Flux - Adrian Vacaru, Fidelity Investments
The Fidelity platform team supports internal users on different Kubernetes versions and gives cluster admins from different business units permissions across EKS, AKS, and on-prem (with Rancher). Their OSS Kraan project helps create this seamless experience in a highly regulated industry by using Kubernetes and CNCF Flux.    This talk covers Fidelity’s enterprise use case and how users can use Kraan to provide modular and reusable components across different Kubernetes clusters. Platform teams can spin up K8s clusters and install application “layers” using Kraan. Eg. an “IoT layer” comes with Prometheus, Grafana and InfluxDB for storing data from IoT sensors. Cluster admins don’t have to deal with complex deployment/upgrade logic because the kraan-controller, helm-controller and source-controller take care of that. Kraan also has a versioned layer dependency system that simplifies dependency management between addons. Add-ons can be certified and mapped to different Kubernetes versions.    Other possible Titles:  - GitOps in a Highly Regulated Industry - How To Solve Complex Apps Dependencies on Kubernetes - Kraan - The systemd for Kubernetes - How To Make GitOps Work for You - Layering Addons on Top of Kubernetes 

Speakers
avatar for Adrian Vacaru

Adrian Vacaru

Software Engineer, Fidelity Investments
I'm a Software Engineer in the Public Cloud Platform team at Fidelity Investments, enabling our BU partners to safely and securely adopt cloud at scale.



Tuesday October 12, 2021 12:45pm - 1:15pm PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

1:15pm PDT

Using GitOps for Kubernetes Reliability at Scale - Uma Mukkara, ChaosNative
GitOps is typically seen as a practice to get your things in order for infrastructure changes and infrastructure configuration management. However, there is another interesting use case for GitOps where it is used to chaos test the large scale deployments when changes happen to the application. Complete reliability as such is a complex subject and it requires carefully designed chaos engineering practices and SRE focus. In large scale systems where Chaos Engineering is scaled up, the chaos scenarios also become big enough to be maintained and applied. One solution is to maintain them and apply them through GitOps.  In this lightning talk, I discuss a case study of how GitOps is used in a large customer environment to automate Chaos Engineering using LitmusChaos and FluxCD. The challenge of managing chaos experiments is presented when there are multiple team members and teams are involved. Then I discuss the schematic representation of how GitOps was structured between the application change and chaos experiments. Finally I discuss and summarise the GitOps best practices used to overcome these challenges.  

Speakers
avatar for Uma Mukkara

Uma Mukkara

CEO, ChaosNative
Uma Mukkara is a maintainer of CNCF chaos engineering project LitmusChaos. He also is the CEO of ChaosNative and is a regular speaker on the subject of Chaos Engineering and cloud native DevOps at various conferences in the recent past. He is passionate about building solutions around... Read More →


Tuesday October 12, 2021 1:15pm - 1:45pm PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

1:45pm PDT

BREAK
Tuesday October 12, 2021 1:45pm - 1:55pm PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

1:55pm PDT

Tales from the Branches: GitOps in the Real World - Moderated by Dan Garfield, Codefresh; Cornelia Davis, Amazon; Christopher Lane, Chick-fil-A; Mae Large, State Farm; Mike Bowen, Blackrock & David Lewis, Starbucks
Join a panel of GitOps end users from major companies in different industries – Blackrock, Chick-fil-a, Lyft, Starbucks, State Farm – as they tell stories from their GitOps journey. Attendees will hear about problems they sought to solve, challenges faced along the way, and how GitOps strategies and tools were used to make it work.

Moderators
avatar for Dan Garfield

Dan Garfield

Co-Founder & Chief Open Source Officer, Codefresh
Dan Garfield is the Co-founder and Chief Open Source Officer of Codefresh, a continuous delivery and GitOps platform. As a full-stack engineer and Kubernaut, Google Developer Expert, and a member of the Forbes Technology Council he's built opensource tools for advanced deployment... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mae Large

Mae Large

Architecture Manager, State Farm
I'm currently an Architecture Manager at State Farm. I've worked as a software developer throughout my career starting in the Philippines where I was born and raised. I had the opportunity to work in Finland and in India at a consulting capacity before joining State Farm in 2006 first... Read More →
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Cornelia Davis

Product Management, CNCF TOC, Amazon
Cornelia has been working in IT systems for several decades with the last 10 years focused on DevOps platforms. She was part of the team that brought Cloud Foundry to the industry - both the open source project and the Pivotal CF product. In the last 5+ years she has applied that... Read More →
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David Lewis

Lead Site Reliability Engineer, Starbucks
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Mike Bowen

Senior Principal Engineer, OSPO Lead, BlackRock
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Christopher Lane

Enterprise Architect, Chick-fil-A
Christopher Lane is a Principal Enterprise Architect with Chick-fil-A focused on Customer Technology Solutions (CTS). CTS' profile includes all customer-facing applications and services at Chick-fil-A, including our industry-leading Chick-fil-A One mobile application. Prior to joining... Read More →


Tuesday October 12, 2021 1:55pm - 2:25pm PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

2:25pm PDT

GitOps in the Real World: Opportunities for Developer Experience Improvement - Christopher Lane & Alex Crane, Chick-fil-A
GitOps is a pattern for managing the state of Kubernetes clusters using git as the source of truth. The entire state of the cluster is declared in manifests stored in git repositories and any changes to the manifests follow well-known git processes. Once the manifests are version controlled in git, then there's a number of state reconcilers (Flux, ArgoCD and the like) that can automatically apply changes from the repository. However, this leaves a significant gap in the process: How do we build and get the manifests *into the git repositories* in the first place? This talk will walk through Chick-fil-A's experiences with GitOps to manage the state of our production clusters at scale and offer what we see as opportunities to improve the frontend of the process.

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Lane

Christopher Lane

Enterprise Architect, Chick-fil-A
Christopher Lane is a Principal Enterprise Architect with Chick-fil-A focused on Customer Technology Solutions (CTS). CTS' profile includes all customer-facing applications and services at Chick-fil-A, including our industry-leading Chick-fil-A One mobile application. Prior to joining... Read More →
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Alex Crane

Enterprise Architect, Chick-fil-A



Tuesday October 12, 2021 2:25pm - 2:55pm PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

2:55pm PDT

A Day in the Life of the GitOps Platform Team - Mae Large & Priyanka Ravi, State Farm
Mae Large and Pinky Ravi have been a part of the GitOps team at State Farm since its inception in February 2019. GitOps at State Farm is adopted in all our strategic cloud platforms - AWS, Multi-tenant Kubernetes (on-prem), and Cloud Foundry (on-prem). This talk will walkthrough how we scaled GitOps in our large organization. The GitOps team is 5-person team. We have successfully rolled out GitOps, supported our customers, and continue to advance the offering towards observability and resiliency of the applications or products using GitOps.   We will give an insight on how our typical day is like and also highlight the different bumps and challenges (including outages) we’ve faced and how these all became opportunities for us to continuously improve.

Speakers
avatar for Mae Large

Mae Large

Architecture Manager, State Farm
I'm currently an Architecture Manager at State Farm. I've worked as a software developer throughout my career starting in the Philippines where I was born and raised. I had the opportunity to work in Finland and in India at a consulting capacity before joining State Farm in 2006 first... Read More →
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Priyanka Ravi

Software Developer, State Farm
Priyanka has been a software developer at State Farm since 2017. She has worked on a multitude of topics including front end development, UI automation for testing and API development. Currently, she is on the delivery engineering team working on GitOps enablement. She has been working... Read More →



Tuesday October 12, 2021 2:55pm - 3:25pm PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

3:25pm PDT

3:40pm PDT

Securing GitOps - Andrew Block & Shoubhik Bose, Red Hat
Implementing a GitOps based strategy brings a wealth of benefits including automation and conformance, each of which increases the overall security posture of any software and infrastructure delivery lifecycle. But, how do you ensure that you have fully taken advantage of all of the available options to provide the most secure GitOps environment?  In this session, attendees will learn the role security plays in a GitOps environment and the areas that can be configured to properly enforce appropriate security controls common to organizations big and small including:  

* Git repositories
* Static code analysis of manifests
* Ensuring appropriate rights in a Kubernetes environment
* Taking advantage of GitOps tools configurations
* Operating in a multitenant environment

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Block

Andrew Block

Distinguished Architect, Red Hat
Andrew Block is a Distinguished Architect who works with organizations to design and implement solutions leveraging cloud native technologies. He specializes in Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery methodologies to reduce delivery time and automate how environments are built... Read More →
avatar for Shoubhik Bose

Shoubhik Bose

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat, Inc



Tuesday October 12, 2021 3:40pm - 3:50pm PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

3:50pm PDT

Secure Your GitOps - How to Implement a Robust Security Strategy - Todd Ekenstam, Intuit
Access control and security are especially crucial for managing the deployment of applications and infrastructure. Traditional security processes that rely on human operational knowledge will struggle to scale and meet the needs of enterprises utilizing automated build and release infrastructure. The GitOps methodology can improve the integrity and security of your application deployments while at the same time exposing new attack vectors that must be secured.

This talk will cover the following topics:
- Improving security with GitOps
- Implementing access control in GitOps
- Multi-tenant cluster and namespace management for GitOps
- Configuring access limitations for critical GitOps components
- Common security model patterns and best practices

This talk will teach you how to securely implement a GitOps methodology to deploy applications and cluster components to Kubernetes. You will also learn strategies to securely manage multi-tenant clusters and common security model patterns and best practices.

Speakers
avatar for Todd Ekenstam

Todd Ekenstam

Principal Software Engineer, Intuit
Todd Ekenstam is a Principal Engineer at Intuit building a platform for secure, multi-tenant Kubernetes infrastructure supporting applications serving Intuit's ~50 million customers. Todd has worked on various large-scale distributed systems projects during his 25+ year career, ranging... Read More →



Tuesday October 12, 2021 3:50pm - 4:20pm PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

4:20pm PDT

Building Flux's Multi-Tenant API with K8s User Impersonation - Leigh Capili, VMware
Kubernetes is hard to operate in a multi-tenant manner. As organizations add API's and privileged controllers to their clusters, it becomes infeasible to build clusters that teams can share with each other safely. This is a design issue with the way projects extend Kubernetes.  While policy engines like Gatekeeper and Kyverno enable cluster owners to patch over insecure API surfaces to protect tenants, there are patterns that produce API's resistant to cross-tenant issues. It's possible to extend Kubernetes without relying on admission-based policy engines to restrict API boundaries and controller implementations.  This session will teach you how to enable multiple organizations and teams to work safely together across namespaces and clusters. Flux will be used as an example on how to use RBAC, impersonation and kubeConfig secrets, but the techniques shown can be used to improve projects across the ecosystem!

Speakers
avatar for Leigh Capili

Leigh Capili

Staff Developer Advocate, VMware
Leigh is a Kubernetes Contributor and Staff Developer Advocate with VMware.He previously worked in Developer Experience with Weaveworks. He authored kubeadm's etcd mTLS implementation and is currently working toward k8s component-standards and cluster-addons. Previously, he helped... Read More →


Tuesday October 12, 2021 4:20pm - 4:50pm PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

4:50pm PDT

GitOps Use Cases & Best Practices Comedy Game Show - Tamao Nakahara & Sebastian Bernheim, Weaveworks; Chris Short, Red Hat; Javeria Khan, Snowflake & Christian Hernandez, Red Hat
Everyone wants to hear real-world use cases and best practices from GitOps practitioners and experts! But another same-old same-old panel? Not this time!  Come join Tamao Nakahara’s GitOps Game Show - a game-show style session where the audience will hear real-world situations, guess at solutions, and then hear several experts go into depth with their actual solutions. Experts will include Javeria Khan and other guests. The session will be sprinkled with fun nerdy zingers and one-liners from our friends, Chris Short and Sebastian Bernheim!   Test your knowledge and skills: * Hear about real-world GitOps needs and constraints * Guess at possible solutions! * Hear from the experts about their actual use cases, the paths they chose, what tools they used, what worked, and what pitfalls to avoid * Try to one-up our nerdy jokes!  The session will be fast-paced, educational with concrete data, and fun!

Speakers
avatar for Christian Hernandez

Christian Hernandez

Senior Principal Technical Marketing Manager, Red Hat
Christian Hernandez is a technologist with experience in infrastructure engineering, systems administration, enterprise architecture, tech support, and management. Passionate about OpenSource and cloud native architecture. In his current role at Red Hat, he focuses on Kubernetes and... Read More →
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Tamao Nakahara

Head of Developer Experience, Weaveworks
Oct 20 - Come to the GitOps One-Stop Shop event at www.gitopsdays.com online!!KubeCon - https://bit.ly/kubecon21_flux - check out awesome talks at the Flux booth !!Nov 8-10 - Attend www.devrelcon.com online!!Tamao has been building DevRel and Dev Experience teams, growing open source... Read More →
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Sebastian Bernheim

Customer Reliability Engineer, Weaveworks
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Chris Short

Sr. Developer Advocate, AWS
Chris Short has been a proponent of open source solutions throughout his over two decades in various IT disciplines including systems, security, networks, and DevOps engineering and advocacy across the public and private sectors. He currently works at Red Hat. Chris is a disable... Read More →
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Javeria Khan

Senior Platform Engineer, Snowflake
Javeria Khan is a Senior Platform Engineer at Snowflake. She has an MS in EE from Imperial College London, and has been working in the infrastructure software domain for the past 7 years, and with Kubernetes for the past 4. As a part of different infrastructure teams spanning over... Read More →


Tuesday October 12, 2021 4:50pm - 5:10pm PDT
Petree Hall C + Online Los Angeles Convention Center - 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015

5:00pm PDT

CNCF-Hosted Co-located Events Happy Hour
Join us onsite for drinks and appetizers with fellow co-located attendees from Tuesday's CNCF-hosted Co-located Events.  Network with attendees from:
  • Cloud Native DevX Day North America hosted by CNCF
  • Cloud Native Security Conference North America hosted by CNCF
  • Cloud Native Wasm Day North America hosted by CNCF
  • FluentCon North America hosted by CNCF
  • Kubernetes AI Day North America hosted by CNCF + LFAI & Data
  • ServiceMeshCon North America hosted by CNCF

Tuesday October 12, 2021 5:00pm - 6:30pm PDT
Los Angeles Convention Center, Petree Plaza
 
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