We started June with CoreOS Fest in full swing. If you missed any part of the show, check out the recorded talks. Some of the highlights include: challenging the cloud-vendor lock-in, announcing the Container Linux Update Operator, an update on CoreOS in the open source community, announcing Clair v2.0, a major update to the container security scanner, and the results of the 451 Research survey on hybrid cloud use.
We’ll see you at community meetups, Paris Container Day, and at our Hybrid Cloud event with Google in Munich.
Meetups and events
Paris Container Day @ New Cap Event Center: June 13, Paris, France
If you’re heading to Paris Container Day, don’t miss Tuesday’s talk on Prometheus. Max Inden (@mxinden), test engineer at CoreOS, will lead a workshop on end-to-end monitoring with the Prometheus Operator after lunch, from 2:30-3:00 p.m. CEST.
Also be sure to watch Simon Lallemand (@slallema) of BlaBlaCar for a talk at 12:10 p.m. on taking BlaBlaCar to the Stars with rkt.
Webinar: Using etcd-operator on Kubernetes on AWS: June 16, San Francisco, Online
On Friday, June 16 at 10:00 a.m. PT, Colin Hom, solutions engineer at CoreOS, will lead a webinar to walk through deploying an etcd operator to a Kubernetes cluster on AWS. Join him live for an opportunity to ask questions directly.
WINet Meetup - Intro to Kubernetes @ Leo 2: June 16, Muenster, Germany
At the WINet meetup in Muenster on June 16 at 4:00 p.m. CEST, Max Inden will give an introduction to Kubernetes. Max will share insights into distributed systems and explain the buzz behind software containerization.
ContainerDays Hamburg 2017 @ Automuseum PROTOTYP: June 19-21, Hamburg, Germany
ContainerDays Hamburg launches this month from Hamburg, Germany. Join software engineers Sergiusz Urbaniak (@_surbaniak), Alex Somesan (@ASomesan) and Max Inden at the conference for a look at the current state of the container ecosystem. You can see them at the following times:
- Monday, June 19: Kubernetes Hamburg meetup: Kick-Off with CoreOS @ Nexinto GmbH.
The Kubernetes Hamburg meetup is kicking off ContainerDays Hamburg 2017. Sergiusz and Alex will describe the deployment and operations approach by Tectonic. Afterwards, Max will discuss end-to-end monitoring with the Prometheus Operator.
- Tuesday, June 20: From 2:00-5:00 p.m. on day 1 of ContainerDays Hamburg, Alex and Max will lead a workshop on setting up a Kubernetes cluster with the Tectonic installer, which includes setting up monitoring with Prometheus. Join them in workshop room 1.
Webinar: Load Balancing with ELBs and ALBs: June 20, San Francisco, Online
On Tuesday, June 20 at 10:00 a.m. PT, Scott Sumner, solutions engineer at CoreOS, will cover how to leverage Kubernetes’s cloud-native integration with Elastic Load Balancers and Application Load Balancers. Sign up to attend.
Open Source Bridge @ The Eliot Center: June 21, Portland, Oregon
Meet us in Portland at Open Source Bridge on Wednesday, June 21. Paul Burt (@thatmightbepaul) and Elsie Phillips (@elsiephilly), community managers at CoreOS, will talk about the business of open source. They will discuss a few basic concepts of economic theory and how CoreOS is building an open source company.
Webinar: Tectonic 1.6.4: June 22, San Francisco, online
We recently released version 1.6.4 of Tectonic, the enterprise Kubernetes solution. At 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 22, Rob Szumski (@robszumski), Tectonic product manager at CoreOS, will go over the changes in the Tectonic 1.6.4 and how they’re breaking open the cloud market. Sign up to attend.
Webinar: Hybrid Hop for Containers - Results and deep dive from 451 Research Report: June 27, San Francisco, online
At CoreOS Fest, we discussed the results of a survey we commissioned with 451 Research on the level of container use in enterprise environments. On June 27, join Jay Lyman, principal analyst at 451 Research, and Reza Shafii, vice president of product at CoreOS, for an in-depth exploration of the survey results, and what they show about the continued development and maturation of the cloud era. The webinar will begin at 1:00 p.m. PT.
Enterprise Grade Hybrid Cloud with Kubernetes Cluster Federation @ Google Munich: June 29, Munich, Germany
We’re partnering with Google to talk about the introduction of cluster federation in Kubernetes 1.6. Join us at the Google Munich offices starting at 9:30 a.m. on June 29 for talks on automated infrastructure with Tectonic, Google Cloud in a multi-cloud world, and the details of cluster federation with Kubernetes.
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