Victor Coisne

Your Docker schedule at IBM Interconnect 2015

Next week starts the giant IBM Interconnect Conference in Las Vegas, NV. If you are attending the conference come talk to us at the Docker Booth 202-4 and learn more about Docker by attending some of the sessions listed below. The Docker team will be there through out the conference to answer all the questions you might have, share Docker best practices and give away Docker t-shirts!

 

Sunday, Feb 22nd:

 

10:30am to 11:30am – Mandalay Bay, Mariners A

Micro Service Architecture Platform by Vita Bortnikov (IBM), Tamar Eilam (IBM), Darrell Reimer (IBM)

Micro Service Architecture is a set of principles for programming and continuously delivering services “born on the cloud” with extreme robustness and scalability. These principles include: loose coupling, automatic scaling, dynamic discovery and binding, and failure tolerance. In this presentation we will describe a Micro Service Architecture Platform that we have built as an extension of our Container (Docker) cloud in support of these principles.

 

4:00pm to 5:00pm – Mandalay Bay, Mariners A

Making the Docker Container a Foundation of Enterprise Cloud by Seetharami Seelam (IBM), Malgorzata Steinder (IBM), Canturk Isci (IBM)

Docker technology is rapidly changing application development practices. Every day, thousands of developers create new Docker-based applications or re-architect existing ones into Docker-based components. To experience all the benefits of Docker technology, a docker-centric execution environment is needed that fully embraces the agility and performance of container technologies. In this talk, we will discuss the latest research advances aiming to achieve this goal in enterprise cloud environments. Come explore how container-based technologies can change application integration and management.

 

4:00pm to 6:30pm – Mandalay Bay, Islanders Ballroom A-B & F-G

Open Technology Summit with Daniel Berg (IBM), Jonathan Bryce (OpenStack Foundation), Dave Lindquist (IBM), Dave Methvin (jQuery Foundation), Jerry Cuomo (IBM), Angel Diaz (IBM), Jim Frey (Enterprise Management Associates), Nick Stinemates (Docker, Inc.)

Mobile, social and big data /analytics are key trends that are changing the way that we interact with our customers, business partners and colleagues. Capturing the value from these interactions requires rapid innovation, interoperability and scalability enabled by an open technologies approach. At this Open Tech Summit, leaders of the most innovative, game-changing open technology communities—including OpenStack, Cloud Foundry, Docker, jQuery and more—will share their perspectives on the benefits of an open approach to your organization. Several IBM CTOs and Fellows will provide IBM’s point of view on these technologies and explain how IBM is not only contributing to but also leveraging these technologies.

 

Monday, Feb 23rd:

 

11:00am to 12:00pm – Mandalay Bay, Shell Seekers B

Using Docker and Chef Content in IBM PureApplication System

This roundtable will explore use cases for using Docker and Chef content in IBM PureApplication System, such as deploying Docker images with orchestration via pattern, using Chef recipes to configure middleware, etc. We’re looking for your input on the key capabilities you need for your business.

 

01:00pm to 3:00pm – MGM Grand, Conference Center Room 304

Create an Auto-Scaling Server Deployment Using the SoftLayer API, Docker and Salt

Use the SoftLayer API to provision servers, configure SSH keys, and manage nodes in a Docker managed application environment. Learn about Salt provisioning, Docker integration, and SoftLayer Object Storage. Then, build a blog server using these tools.

 

02:00pm to 3:00pm – MGM Grand, Conference Center Premier Ballroom 312/317

Code, Community, Culture by Jonathan Bryce (OpenStack Foundation), Angel Diaz (IBM), Solomon Hykes (Docker), Sam Ramji (Cloud Foundry)

Code, Community and Culture are key elements driving innovation at rates that have never before been achieved. In this session, hear luminaries from OpenStack, Docker, Cloud Foundry and IBM provide their perspective on this new paradigm and share upcoming news from their organizations on how you can leverage the Cloud for business.

 

03:00pm to 3:50pm – MB: Meet the Experts Forum #3

Docker: Up Close and Personal with IBM’s Technical Leaders by Andrew Hately and Doug Davis, IBM

In data center and cloud circles, containers in general and Docker in particular are hotter than hot! Come join a roundtable discussion on IBM’s container strategy and how you can leverage Docker to optimize your open cloud architecture. You’ll learn why containers will significantly accelerate the development and deployment of applications on cloud and provide a key building block in micro-service based, massively scalable applications. You’ll join a roundtable with IBM Distinguished Engineer Andrew Hately and IBM Senior Technical Staff Member Doug Davis, who are driving the IBM/Docker partnership and leading IBM’s participation in the Docker Open Source community. Come explore with them why and how Docker is a “game changer.”

 

03:30pm to 4:30pm – Mandalay Bay, Breakers F

Session: Docking DevOps by Daniel Berg and Robbie Minshall, IBM

Software development is changing. Businesses know they need to evolve and engage their customers and that rapid software release cycles, while challenging, are a critical aspect of this change. Docker has the potential to dramatically simplify DevOps at a time when pressures and innovation are accelerating. This presentation will look at how and why Docker is changing DevOps, why in such a short it has leapt up to #2 on the open source contribution charts, and most importantly how you should embrace Docker in your organization. We will discuss and demonstrate how to do continuous integration, test and delivery of Docker applications. We will also explore how Docker relates to IBM DevOps Services and products like IBM UrbanCode Deploy.

03:30pm to 4:30pm – MB: Surf Ballroom F

WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile and Docker: Delivering on the Promise of Containers by Ian Robinson and David Currie, IBM

Containers promise to provide the ability to take a lightweight image from development and deploy it at high density in production. In this session, you’ll see how the combination of WebSphere Application Server Liberty profile and Docker can deliver on that promise. After an overview of containerization and Docker, the session will demonstrate how quickly you can get an application up-and-running with a WebSphere Application Server image, and how a continuous delivery pipeline could be used to take that image through to production—whether on-premise or in the cloud—without the pain of pushing around multi-gigabyte virtual images and without the danger of any more “it works for me” moments.

Tuesday, Feb 24th:

 

08:00am to 09:00am – Mandalay Bay, Breakers C

Riding the Docker Wave—Power Systems Included

The cloud community is making a lot of noise about a new technology called Docker. This session will introduce you to the technology, explain why it is being viewed as a “game changer,” and illustrate where you’ll probably see it being used in current and upcoming projects. We will show how a customer can use Docker seamlessly on IBM Power Systems platforms. We will show what we are doing internally as well as with community to make this experience even more seamless by enabling more content for Docker applications on Power Systems, like WebSphere Liberty profile and node.js on Power Systems, and by extending the Docker ecosystem with support for multiple architectures.

 

10:00am to 10:50am – Mandalay Bay, Dev Ops & CE Engagement Center

Accelerating DevOps with Docker Technology by Doug Davis, IBM

You may have heard about the exciting new virtualization and packaging technology called Docker. After a brief introduction to the Docker technology, this talk will focus on how Docker has the potential to radically improve and reshape today’s best-of-breed DevOps practices and tools. We’ll review how the Docker open source project is organized and how you can get involved. The session will then examine how Docker technology may be leveraged by OpenStack and integrated into Cloud Foundry. Finally, we’ll give a quick demo to illustrate the concepts the session has discussed.

 

11:00am to 12:00am – MB – Shell Seakers B

Using Docker and Chef Content in IBM PureApplication System

This roundtable will explore use cases for using Docker and Chef content in IBM PureApplication System, such as deploying Docker images with orchestration via pattern, using Chef recipes to configure middleware, etc. We’re looking for your input on the key capabilities you need for your business.

 

11:00am to 1:00pm – MGM – Room 305

Building Highly Available and Elastic Cloud Services with Docker by Lin Sun (IBM), Malgorzata Steinder (IBM), Paolo Dettori (IBM), Mariusz Sabath (IBM)

Docker technology is transforming the way applications are delivered, enabling composable, agile development and providing DevOps professionals the ability to move applications between cloud environments. In today’s fast-paced global economy, applications can no longer be tightly coupled to a virtualization technology, or to a particular cloud platform. Join us in this instructor-led, hands-on lab to see how you can easily leverage this technology via the IBM container service, to provide flexible and portable applications at minimized costs. See how easy it can be to standardize portable Docker images that work across different environments.

 

12:00pm to 12:20pm – Mandalay Bay, Cloud Theater in EXPO

EXPO Theater: How to Train Your Docker Cloud by Alex Heneveld, Cloudsoft Corp

In this talk we look at Apache Brooklyn and the drivers behind this open source project. In particular, we discuss its relationship to the OASIS CAMP specification that underpins Brooklyn’s YAML application blueprints, and how these blueprints enable you to model your application, capturing both its at-rest topology and how this will evolve once deployed and managed. Finally, we look at a new Apache licensed open source project, Clocker, which uses Brooklyn to spin up and manage a Docker cloud that Brooklyn can then target, enabling application blueprints to be deployed and managed in a container cloud.

 

12:30pm to 1:30pm – MB – Islander A 

Deploying with Docker by Robbie Minshall and Ryan Smith, IBM

Join us to hear how organizations are leveraging Docker for deployments.

 

03:30pm to 04:30pm – Mandalay Bay, Islander Ballroom G

Experiences on a DevOps Journey: End-to-End Automation Drives Business Success by Dibbe Edwards (IBM), Matt Ellis (IBM) 

Balancing speed and quality is driving DevOps adoption in large enterprises to address the market need to innovate and get feedback faster. This session covers a real-life experience with leading a DevOps transformation, with particular focus on automation and continuous delivery as we progress from just on-premise product development to cloud and Bluemix delivery vehicles. We will discuss how leveraging best practices like shift-left testing, automated deployment, having a continuous testing framework and exciting new packaging technology like Docker, have given us tremendous software delivery improvements. Whether the delivery is on-premise, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), or a hybrid, we will address the importance of continuous delivery.

Wednesday, Feb 24th:

 

03:30pm to 04:30pm – Mandalay Bay, Shell Seekers B

Using Docker and Chef Content in IBM PureApplication System by Terry Bleizeffer and Kyle Brown

This roundtable will explore use cases for using Docker and Chef content in IBM PureApplication System, such as deploying Docker images with orchestration via pattern, using Chef recipes to configure middleware, etc. We’re looking for your input on the key capabilities you need for your business.

 

Thursday, Feb 25th:

 

09:00am to 9:50am – MB – Meet the Experts Forum #3

Docker and PureApplication: Better Together by Marc Haberkorn, IBM

Attend this session to understand how to build Enterprise applications in the cloud using Docker and IBM PureApplication. IBM PureApplication provides the capability to run Docker content alongside traditional middleware deployed as patterns.

 

09:00am to 10:00am – Mandalay Bay, Shell Seekers B

Using Docker and Chef Content in IBM PureApplication System by Terry Bleizeffer and Kyle Brown

This roundtable will explore use cases for using Docker and Chef content in IBM PureApplication System, such as deploying Docker images with orchestration via pattern, using Chef recipes to configure middleware, etc. We’re looking for your input on the key capabilities you need for your business.

 

09:00am to 10:00am – Mandalay Bay, Meet the Experts Forum #3

Interact directly with leading IBM experts on Power Systems for use in cloud infrastructure. With dozens of patents between them, our team of experts will be delighted to answer your questions about how to get maximal impact in your cloud infrastructure using the unique capabilities of Power Systems. This free-ranging discussion can focus on practical topics like the use of open source software on Power Systems, how to connect Power Systems to Bluemix applications, and using OpenStack to create your own Power Systems Cloud; to more strategic questions like where IBM is headed with Power Systems and Docker and creating Power Systems based Systems of Engagement and beyond.

 

10:30am to 11:30am – MB – Surf Ballroom A

IBM PureApplication and Open Source Deployment Using Docker and Chef by Joe Wigglesworth (IBM), Nik Teshima (IBM)

This roundtable will explore use cases for using Docker and Chef content in IBM PureApplication System, such as deploying Docker images with orchestration via pattern, using Chef recipes to configure middleware, etc. We’re looking for your input on the key capabilities you need for your business.

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We think you’ll find these talks stimulating and interesting, and hopefully they’ll answer some of your questions about the Docker project, the Docker ecosystem and containerization. We look forward to seeing you at the Docker booth 202-4!

Dockerize early and often,

The Docker Team

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Your Docker schedule at IBM Interconnect 2015


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