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Celebrate Kubernetes and CoreOS this July, and join us at GopherCon and other events

This July, celebrate the CoreOS and Kubernetes birthdays with us and more. We hope to see you at GopherCon, and at the Los Angeles Kubernetes meetup. We’re also hosting a number of informative webinars throughout the month.

Meetups and events

Prometheus Meetup @ OptioPay Office July 11, Berlin, Germany
On Tuesday, July 11 join Goutham Veeramachaneni, Prometheus developer at CoreOS, and the rest of the Berlin office for a Prometheus meetup. Goutham will talk about the improvements made in Prometheus 2.0 and the additional features included in the update. Doors will open at 18:30 p.m. CEST. Register here to guarantee your spot.

Webinar: Storage with Kubernetes on AWS: July 11, New York, Online
On Tuesday, July 11, Luis Pabon (@_lpabon_), technical lead of Kubernetes development at CoreOS, will host a discussion on storage with Kubernetes on AWS. Register and join him live at 1:00 p.m. ET to ask him questions directly.

GopherCon 2017 @ Colorado Convention Center: July 12-14, Denver, Colorado

  • Join Derek Parker (@DerkTheDaring), software engineer at CoreOS, at GopherCon for a Delve workshop. His Day 0 deep dive on how Delve, the open source debugger for the Go programming language, can be used to solve real world bugs in your golang code. His workshop takes places in the Mile High Ballroom from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Derek will also present a lightning talk on Delve, 2 years later, in the Mile High Ballroom on July 15. Stay tuned for details on when his talk begins.
  • Once the convention opens, come visit us at (booth #11) starting at 8:00 a.m. on each day, Thursday, July 13 and Friday, July 14. CoreOS employees will be at the booth throughout the conference, ready to answer your questions about Go and about career opportunities at CoreOS.
  • Join us to close the convention at the GopherCon After Party, sponsored by CoreOS. We’re taking the party to Pizza Republica; come by for drinks, food, and great company. Doors open at 6:00 p.m on Friday, July 14. Space is limited, so sign up today!

Webinar: Demo: Introduction to CoreOS Tectonic: July 12, New York, Online
On Wednesday, July 12 at 3:00 p.m. ET, Eddie Esquivel, solutions engineer at CoreOS, will go over Tectonic’s features, including automated operations and portability across private and public cloud providers. Sign up to attend. Join him live for an opportunity to ask him questions directly.

CoreOS birthday Meetups @ CoreOS offices: July 13, New York and San Francisco
CoreOS is turning four! We’ll be celebrating our birthday with meetup speakers, food, and cake.

Webinar: Kubernetes 1.7 AMA: July 18, San Francisco, Online
On July 18 at 10:00 a.m. PT, Ryan Jarvinen (@ryanj), developer advocate at CoreOS, will host a live “Ask Me Anything” panel discussion on the Kubernetes 1.7 release. Join him to learn more about the latest Kubernetes features in the 1.7 release. Register to attend.

Kubernetes Second Birthday Party @ Digital Ocean NYC: July 18, New York, NY
In only two years, Kubernetes has become one of the fastest growing and widely adopted open source projects. We’re looking forward to celebrating all that the community has accomplished in that time, and exploring what’s in store for the project. Join us and our partners Digital Ocean to celebrate Kubernetes’ second birthday at the Digital Ocean office in NYC, starting at 6:30 p.m. ET. Register here to join us for the party!

Webinar: Introduction to Quay Enterprise: July 19, New York, Online
On July 19, join Scott Summer, solutions engineer at CoreOS, for an introduction to Quay Enterprise. Quay makes it easy for developers to store, manage and deploy container images and entire applications, simplifying your development to production workflow. The webinar will begin at 12:00 noon ET.

Webinar: Tectonic vs. Kubernetes: July 19, New York, Online
On Wednesday July 19 at 1:00 p.m. PT, Grant Liu, solutions engineer at CoreOS, will conduct an introductory webinar that demonstrates CoreOS Tectonic, the enterprise-ready Kubernetes platform that provides automated operations. Sign up to learn more about Tectonic and how it is helping businesses prepare for the digital demands of the future.

Webinar: Continuous Deployment and Monitoring with Tectonic, Prometheus, and Jenkins: July 20, San Francisco, Online
On Thursday, July 20 at 10:00 a.m. PT, Chris Ricci & Duffie Cooley, solutions engineers at CoreOS, host a webinar on deploying and monitoring a distributed system for your applications with Tectonic, Prometheus, and Jenkins. Join the duo, broadcasting live from San Francisco, for a walkthrough on how to get started with CoreOS Tectonic, the enterprise-ready Kubernetes platform.

Los Angeles Kubernetes Meetup @ Upfront Ventures: July 20, Los Angeles, California
Meet us in Los Angeles at the Kubernetes Meetup on Thursday July 20. Jordan Cooks, solutions engineer at CoreOS, will talk about the concept of Operators, and how they can be used to easily automate deployments with Elasticsearch. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. PT.

Webinar: Quay Overview: July 25, New York, Online
On Tuesday, July 25 at 1:00 p.m. ET, Saurabh Malhorta, solutions engineer at CoreOS, will introduce Quay, the container and application registry. Register to attend this introductory webinar and attend to get your questions answered live.

Webinar: Introduction to CoreOS Tectonic and Quay Enterprise: July 26, New York, Online.
On Wednesday, July 26 at 2:00 p.m. ET, Saurabh Malhorta will lead a deep dive into CoreOS Tectonic and Quay Enterprise. He will discuss their features, and how they are helping modern businesses succeed as they transition to containerized infrastructure. Register to attend and see what distributed infrastructure can do for your business.

Webinar: Running Spark on Kubernetes: July 27, New York, Online
Eddie Esquivel, solutions engineer at CoreOS, will host a webinar on how to run Spark on Kubernetes. Join his session on getting this popular data processing tool running on a Kubernetes cluster.

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