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October 12, 2021
Los Angeles, California + Virtual
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IMPORTANT NOTE: Timing of sessions and room locations are subject to change through Monday, September 13 due to schedule changes that will be made as speakers finalize whether speaking in person or virtually.
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Todd Ekenstam

Intuit
Principal Software Engineer

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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 from hierarchical storage management, peer-to-peer database replication, enterprise storage virtualization, two-factor authentication SaaS, and most recently, Kubernetes clusters. He has presented at a variety of academic, government, and industry conferences. Todd is co-author of the book GitOps and Kubernetes: Continuous Deployment with Argo CD, Jenkins X, and Flux.

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  • Convincing Larger Organizations to Adopt GitOps
  • End User Talks Around GitOps Implementations
  • How to Implement Advanced Deployments
  • Keynote
  • Lightning Talk
  • Networking + Break
  • Use of Open Source Tooling to Achieve GitOps
  • War stories of how GitOps helped and Where Systems Broke Down
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