Videos from CoreOS Fest 2015

Thanks for joining us for the first CoreOS Fest! If you couldn't make it, replicate the experience through the videos below:

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Applications, the Center of the Operations Universe
Intel, VMware, Google, Mesosphere and CoreOS
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Optimizing Container Architectures for the Next Level of Scale
Intel
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The Dark Art of Container Monitoring
Sysdig
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Configuration Management to GIFEE
CoreOS
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Under the Hood of Tectonic
CoreOS
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Ignition: Better Machine Configuration
CoreOS
2015 Welcome Keynote (Day 1)
CoreOS
2015 Welcome Keynote (Day 2)
CoreOS
App Container spec Technical Panel
AppC Contributors
Ceph on CoreOS
CyCore Systems
A Technical Overview of Kubernetes
Google
Lessons Learned From Building Platforms on Top of CoreOS
Deis/Engineyard
etcd Based Postgres SQL HA Cluster
Compose.io
Cockroach DB
Cockroach Labs
Continuous Containerization
CoreOS
Go's Continuous Build System and it's Evolution
Google
Securing Micro-services with a Distributed Firewall
Project Calico/Metaswitch
An Introduction to Raft
Creator of Raft
Introspection in a Kubernetes World
Google & CoreOS
flannel — what lies ahead?
CoreOS & Redhat
Using Containers for Security and Compliance
Aptible
TaskGraph — A Distributed, Fault Tolerant Machine Learning Framework
CoreOS & Cloudera
Debugging in a Containerized World
Endocode
Containers on the Autobahn
Giantswarm
CoreOS for Hosting Providers
Packet
Building Enterprise Appliances With CoreOS
AeroFS
CoreOS-based Auth0 Webtasks
Auth0
CoreOS Automated MySQL Cluster Failover Using Galera Cluster
HP Advanced Technology Group
systemd at the Core of the OS
Redhat (creator of systemd)
Fireside Chat: Distributed Systems and Application Containers
Salesforce.com/Data.com
Date
May 4th and 5th, 2015
Tickets
$349
Venue
Directions to CoreOS Fest The Village
969 Market St.
San Francisco, CA
Where to Stay

Event Overview

It is here! The first ever CoreOS Fest, where we celebrate you - those who want to join us on a journey to secure the backend of the Internet and build distributed systems technologies to bring web scale architecture to any organization.

CoreOS Fest is a two-day event that connects developers, operations, DevOps professionals and more of all levels to learn about the tools and best practices to build modern infrastructure stacks. Join us to learn more about CoreOS open source components – CoreOS, rkt, etcd, flannel, fleet – as well as hear from some of the smartest minds in the space. Whether a beginner or pro in Linux, Go, distributed systems or containers, this is the event for professionals looking for exposure and to learn and share experiences.

Join us on a mission to secure the backend of the Internet and build technologies that will forever change infrastructure.

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors that helped to make this event happen:


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Main Sponsors


Additional Sponsors

Schedule

Each day has a mix of standard talks, breakout sessions and lightning talks.

May 4th

On the Top Floor

Breakfast
8:00am - 9:00am

On the Main Floor

Welcome
9am - 9:15am
Kelsey Hightower
Product manager, developer and chief advocate at CoreOS
Keynote
9:15am - 9:45am
Alex Polvi
CEO of CoreOS
App Container spec Technical Panel
9:45am - 10:15am
appc Contributors

Coffee Break

Optimizing Container Architectures for the Next Level of Scale
10:45am - 11:15am
Nicholas Weaver
Director of SDI-X at Intel
CockroachDB
11:15am - 11:45am
Spencer Kimball
CEO of Cockroach Labs
Lunch
11:45am - 1:00pm

Breakout Sessions Begin

On the Main Floor

Continuous Containerization
1pm - 1:30pm
Jake Moshenko
Project Team Lead at CoreOS
Joey Schorr
Software Engineer at CoreOS

In the Basement

Debugging in a Containerized World
1pm - 1:15pm
Iago López Galeiras
Software developer at Endocode
The Day Joe From QE Logged Into Production
1:15pm - 1:30pm
Paul Querna
Under the Hood of Tectonic
1:40pm - 2:10pm
Brian Waldon
Software Engineer at CoreOS
Building Enterprise Appliances With CoreOS
1:40pm - 1:55pm
Weihan Wang
CTO and co-founder of AeroFS
TaskGraph -- A Distributed, Fault Tolerant Machine Learning Framework
1:55pm - 2:10pm
Hongchao Deng
Software engineer & Committer of ZooKeeper at Cloudera
Xiang Li
Software engineer & Maintainer of etcd at CoreOS
Applications, the center of the Operations Universe
2:20pm - 2:50pm
Panelists from Intel, VMware, Google, Mesosphere and CoreOS
flannel — what lies ahead?
2:20pm - 2:50pm
Eugene Yakubovich
Senior Software Engineer and Maintainer of flannel at CoreOS
Rajat Chopra
Engineer at Red Hat
etcd Based Postgres SQL HA Cluster
3pm - 3:30pm
Chris Winslett
Product manager at Compose.io
Introspection in a Kubernetes World
3pm - 3:15pm
Dawn Chen
Engineer at Google
Building Microservices with CoreOS and etcd
3:15pm - 3:30pm
Ross Kukulinski
Founder and CEO of Yodlr

Breakout Sessions End

On the Main Floor

A Technical Overview of Kubernetes
3:40pm - 4:10pm
Brendan Burns
Software engineer and a founder of Kubernetes at Google
Lessons Learned From Building Platforms on Top of CoreOS
4:10pm - 4:40pm
Gabriel Monroy
Creator of Deis & CTO of Engine Yard
CoreOS Automated MySQL Cluster Failover Using Galera Cluster
4:40pm - 5:10pm
Yazz Atlas
HPCS principle engineer for Advanced Technology Group at Hewlett-Packard
Patrick Galbraith
Senior Systems Engineer at Hewlett-Packard
An Introduction to Raft
5:10pm - 5:40pm
Diego Ongaro
Creator of Raft
Day 1 Closing
5:40pm - 5:45pm
Kelsey Hightower
Product manager, developer and chief advocate at CoreOS
Party
5:45pm - 8pm

May 5th

On the Top Floor

Breakfast: Have a Short Stack with The New Stack, sponsored by Rackspace
8:00am - 9:30am
Alex Williams
Founder of The New Stack
Donnie Berkholz
Research Director for the Development, DevOps, & IT Ops team at 451Research

On the Main Floor

Welcome
9:45am - 10am
Kelsey Hightower
Product manager, developer and chief advocate at CoreOS
Keynote
10:00am - 10:30am
Brandon Philips
CTO of CoreOS

Coffee Break

systemd at the Core of the OS
10:45am - 11:15am
Lennart Poettering
Creator of systemd, Red Hat
Fireside Chat: Distributed Systems and Application Containers
11:15am - 11:45am
Prakash Rudraraju
TechOps at Salesforce.com Data.com
Brian Harrington
Principal architect at CoreOS
Lunch
11:45am - 1:00pm

Breakout Sessions Begin

On the Main Floor

Container Management & Analytics
1pm - 1:30pm
Robert Witoff
Director at Coinbase

In the Basement

Bootstrapping and managing clusters from the command line
1pm - 1:15pm
Matthew McClure
Senior Software Engineer at Brightcove
CoreOS-based Auth0 webtasks
1:15pm - 1:30pm
Tomasz Janczuk
Engineer at Auth0
The Dark Art of Container Monitoring
1:40pm - 2:10pm
Loris Degioanni
CEO and founder of Sysdig
Using Containers for Security and Compliance
1:40pm - 2:10pm
Frank Macreery
CTO and co-founder of Aptible
Securing Micro-services with a Distributed Firewall
2:20pm - 2:50pm
Spike Curtis
Core developer and evangelist at Project Calico and senior software developer at Metaswitch Networks
Containers on the Autobahn
2:20pm - 2:50pm
Timo Derstappen
Co-founder of Giant Swarm
Ceph on CoreOS
3pm - 3:30pm
Sean C McCord
Founder at CyCore Systems
CoreOS for Hosting Providers
3pm - 3:30pm
Sam Tresler
VP of Deploy at Packet

Breakout Sessions End

On the Main Floor

Ignition: Better Machine Configuration
3:40pm - 4:10pm
Alex Crawford
Software Engineer at CoreOS
Go's Continuous Build system and Its Evolution
4:10pm - 4:40pm
Brad Fitzpatrick
Engineer on the Go programming language team at Google
Closing Words
4:40pm - 5pm
Kelsey Hightower
Product manager, developer and chief advocate at CoreOS
Happy Hour at AWS Pop-Up Loft (Next Door)
5pm - 6pm

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