Victor Coisne

Your Docker agenda at OSCON 2014 in Portland

This week is the giant OSCON conference in Portland, Oregon. Representing the Docker team are author and VP of Services James Turnbull, Solutions Engineer Jérôme Petazzoni, and Solutions Architect Aaron Huslage. They’ll be discussing everything related to Docker and containers, from security to containerizing desktop apps. In addition to these awesome talks, we also have some more informal events scheduled this week. If you’re attending the conference, here is where and when to see Docker-related discussions and demos, and where you can meet up and chat with fellow Dockerites:

Tuesday, July 22nd:

10:40am – EXPO HALL (TABLE C)

Office Hour with Docker’s VP of Services, James Turnbull
James will be on hand to answer questions and help you get familiar with Docker use cases and integrations.

11:30am – PORTLAND 256

Is it Safe to Run Applications in Linux Containers? (Jérôme Petazzoni, Docker, Inc.)

1:40pm – PORTLAND 251

Shipping Applications to Production in Containers with Docker (Jérôme Petazzoni, Docker, Inc.)

Wednesday July 23rd:

10:30am – EXPO HALL (TABLE A)

Office Hour with Docker Solution Engineer Jérôme Petazzoni
Jérôme will be on hand to answer questions and help you get familiar with Docker security, orchestration and containerizing desktop apps.

6pm to 9pm – New Relic

Docker and CoreOS OSCON meet-up brought to you by New Relic and Rackspace 

Please join us in the spectacular New Relic offices for Portland craft beers, tasty snacks, and lots of talk about Docker.

We think you’ll find our talks stimulating and interesting, and hopefully they’ll answer some of your questions about the Docker platform and containerization. Let us know by stopping by Office Hours or at the meet-up and saying hello. We hope to see you at the Conference!

Dockerize early and often,

– The Docker Team

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Victor Coisne

Your Docker agenda at OSCON 2014 in Portland

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