May is a busy month for us here at CoreOS. With conferences around the country, and our own CoreOS Fest coming up, there’s no shortage of places to meet our team. We hope you’re all as excited as we are to meet the community in San Francisco on May 31 and June 1!
We’re only 35 days away from CoreOS Fest! Join us on May 31 and June 1 for 2017’s only distributed systems and Kubernetes community conference on the West Coast. We have two days of content planned around building, running, and securing containerized infrastructure. Join your fellow systems architects, DevOps engineers, sysadmins, application engineers, security engineers, and more!
Don’t miss keynotes from:
- CoreOS CEO Alex Polvi
- CoreOS CTO Brandon Philips
- John Wilkes, principal software engineer at Google
- Lucianne Walkowicz, astronomer at the Adler Planetarium in Chicago
- Chris Jones, site reliability engineer at Google and author of Site Reliability Engineering
We’ll have their talks and more from the dedicated, creative open source community. Register today - early bird pricing ends today at midnight PT!
Thanks to all of our sponsors who are making this community gathering possible!
US meetups and events
Red Hat Summit @ the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center: May 2-4, Boston, Massachusetts
CoreOS is a sponsor of Red Hat Summit. Come by booth #143 to chat with the team about Tectonic and self-driving infrastructure, Container Linux, Kubernetes, and other open source projects in the container space.
Kubernetes training session @ Millenium Training Institute: May 4-5, Boston, Massachusetts
Come join our Kubernetes training session on May 4 & 5 in Boston after Red Hat Summit. Join Tony Campbell (@tonyontopic), head of training at CoreOS, for this two-day introduction to using Kubernetes and best practices for deploying distributed systems. Seats are limited, so register today!
OSCON @ Austin Convention Center: May 8-11, Austin, Texas
OSCON is headed to the Austin Convention Center the second week of May, and CoreOS will be there as a sponsor. We’ll be at booth #608 to answer your questions about all things distributed systems and open source projects. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to set up a meeting.
- At 5:05 p.m. on Thursday, May 11, Mackenzie Burnett (@ciaomack), product manager at CoreOS, will discuss how to be an infrastructure startup in a post-cloud world. Be sure to see her talk to get some insights on how CoreOS is making its place in the cloud-native market.
OpenStack Summit @ the Hynes Convention Center: May 8-12, Boston, Massachusetts
Also the second week of May, CoreOS will be at OpenStack Summit in Boston. Our team will be at booth A31, so come by between the talks and workshops to meet with us. If you want to set up a meeting, you can do so by contacting us at email@example.com.
- On Tuesday, May 9 at 12:05 p.m. on Kubernetes Day, Tony Campbell introduces self-driving Kubernetes with Tectonic. See his talk to learn how Tectonic makes Kubernetes deployments a breeze on OpenStack, and how self-driving features are changing the way IT departments operate.
- On Thursday, May 11 at 5:00 p.m., Tony Campbell takes part in a panel discussing how enterprises are adopting containers and Kubernetes. Hear his and other expert opinions on the progress of cloud native architecture.
Los Angeles Kubernetes Meetup @ Ticketmaster: May 11, Los Angeles, California
Ticketmaster is hosting another meetup! Join them as the welcome the Los Angeles Kubernetes meetup on Thursday, May 11 at 6:30 p.m. Mike Metral (@mikemetral), senior architect at CoreOS, will explain the fundamentals of writing a Kubernetes Operator.
San Francisco CoreOS Meetup @ CoreOS Offices: May 11, San Francisco, California
We’re opening our doors to meetup attendees for a demo of Tectonic, the self-driving Kubernetes distribution. Rithu John, software engineer at CoreOS, will walk through setting up a Kubernetes cluster with Tectonic and demonstrate its self-driving features, including self-hosted, self-healing, and automatically updating clusters. Stay tuned to the CoreOS Meetup page for more details on timing and location.
DevNet Create @ Bespoke at Westfield San Francisco Centre: May 23-24, San Francisco, California
DevNet Create is gathering developers here in San Francisco. Don’t miss the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and the Open Container Initiative’s panel on Becoming Cloud Native: Taking it One Container at a Time. Mackenzie Burnett joins the panel to give the CoreOS perspective. Stay tuned for more details on timing and location!
OSCAL '17: Open Source Conference Albania @ Instituti Harry T. Fultz: May 13-14, Tirana, Albania
The Open Source Conference Albania is taking place May 13-14, drawing the European open source community to Tirana. Join Alexandru Somesan, software engineer at CoreOS, as he explains how Kubernetes enables multi-platform deployments. His talk begins at 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 14.
Container Camp Australia @ SMC Centre: May 22-24, Sydney, Australia
Make your way to Sydney for this year’s Container Camp Australia. Jon Boulle (@baronboulle) will go through the origins and near future of the Open Container Initiative and the efforts to establish open container standards. Stay tuned for more details on the time of his talk.
Interested in hosting your own meetup or want to learn more about getting involved with the CoreOS Community? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.