KubeCon is on our minds in November, but it won't be the only show this month! Come see us at the following events:
Linux Plumbers Conf @ The Santa Fe Convention Centre: November 1-4, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Matthew Garrett, principal security developer at CoreOS, is going to the Linux Plumbers conference. On Friday, Matthew will lead the Trusted Platform Modules (TPMs) microconference from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. MT.
ContainerDays NYC @ Microsoft New York: November 4, New York City
Brad Ison, site reliability engineer at CoreOS, will lead workshop on running containers with rkt on Kubernetes. Join him on Friday at 1:45 p.m. ET for in introduction to the rkt container engine and Kubernetes, the container orchestration platform.
KubeCon @ The Sheraton Seattle: November 8-9, Seattle, Washington
CoreOS is going big at KubeCon, with 6 speakers giving over 10 talks, a booth with a raffle and prizes, and hosting the party to close out the conference on Wednesday night. Don't miss:
Structure 2016 @ The Mission Bay Conference Center: November 8-9, San Francisco, California
Mike Saparov, vice president of engineering at CoreOS, will take part in a panel about Containing the Containers for a discussion on how to manage containers.
CoreOS meetup NY @ Workbench: November 14, New York City
Join us for a workshop in New York. Details coming soon on the CoreOS meetup page.
Kubernetes Meetup NY: November 16, New York City
Evan Cordell, software engineer at CoreOS, is going to an upcoming Kubernetes meetup to talk about VM Security and Container Workflows. Keep an eye on the Kubernetes meetup page for upcoming details.
CoreOS Webinar: Advancing infrastructure to containers and beyond-CoreOS and the GIFEE Movement: November 16, Online
Alex Polvi and Brandon Philips, the co-founders of CoreOS, will hold a webinar on November 16 at 10:15 a.m. PT. They'll present a retrospective of CoreOS's involvement and role in the GIFEE (Google Infrastructure for Everyone) movement.
CoreOS Webinar: Redspread joins CoreOS: November 21, Online
Redspread recently joined us at CoreOS to help us in our mission to secure the internet and spread GIFEE. Attend the November 21 webinar to meet the new members of the CoreOS team. The webinar starts at 2:00 p.m. PT, we hope to see you then to answer your questions.
CoreOS Webinar: Security Deep Dive on CoreOS Linux: November 22, Online
Matthew Garrett is leading the November 22 webinar, which will be a Deep Dive on the security philosophy and policies of CoreOS Container Linux. Join him at 11:00 a.m. PT for a closer look at how we prioritize security at CoreOS.
AWS re:Invent @ The Vegas Strip: November 28-December 2, Las Vegas, Nevada
CoreOS is an AWS: re:Invent sponsor. We'll be at booth #1741 at the following times:
Come by to say hello to the CoreOS staff, or request a meeting to speak to a staff member 1:1.
O'Reilly Security Conference Amsterdam @ RAI Amsterdam: November 10, Amsterdam, Netherlands
On November 10 at 1:15 p.m., Quentin Machu, software engineer at CoreOS, will discuss container security in his talk: Common vulnerabilities and exposures in containers: What to know.
Continuous Lifecycle @ The Congress Center Rosengarten: November 14-16, Mannheim, Germany
Casey Callendrello, software engineer at CoreOS, is going to Continuous Lifecycle 2016 to present the Open Source Journey to GIFEE with CoreOS. He'll give his talk at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 16.
CoreOS Berlin Meetup @ Kinvolk: November 15, Berlin, Germany
We're hosting BlaBlaCar at a meetup in Berlin. Come see how they've implemented rkt, the secure container runtime engine, into their production environment. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Open Source Forum Japan @ the TKP Garden City: November 15, Yokohama, Japan
Jon Boulle, head of containers and Berlin site lead at CoreOS, is traveling to Yokohama for the Open Source Forum. He'll give an introduction to the Open Container Initiative and its efforts to establish standards in the open source container ecosystem. His talk begins at 2:00 p.m.
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.