Suzanne Panoplos

Can’t Attend DockerCon 2019? Here are your Top 5 “To Dos”

Suzanne Panoplos

If you’re not one of the thousands of expected attendees at DockerCon 2019 in San Francisco, don’t worry! There are still many ways you can stay connected to the announcements, awesome demos and all of the amazing content coming out of this year’s event. Although we will miss you this year, we’ve put together a few suggestions to stay current on all things DockerCon.

If you’re not one of the thousands of expected attendees at DockerCon 2019 in San Francisco, don’t worry! There are still many ways you can stay connected to the announcements, cool demos and all of the amazing content coming out of this year’s event. Although we will miss you this year, we’ve put together a few suggestions to stay current on all things DockerCon.

1.  Watch the Livestream of the DockerCon keynotes

Register now to see the DockerCon keynote sessions live – on Tuesday, April 30 at 9 AM PT and on Wednesday, May 1 at 9:30 AM PT. Hear the latest Docker announcements from Steve Singh (CEO), Kal De (CTO) and  Scott Johnston (GM, Enterprise Solutions), learn how a range of companies are using Docker to power their business and find out what Docker is doing in a number of container native open source projects. And don’t forget to get your front row seat to the highly technical demos featuring the latest innovations from the Docker team. We also have a few surprises in store for you so don’t forget to tune in next week!

2. Get the latest news from your peers

For those of you interested in learning about all of the exciting announcements, breakout sessions and commentary coming out of DockerCon, stay connected to Docker and your peers. Follow us on twitter @DockerCon and pay attention to #DockerCon and check us out on LinkedIn to stay current.

3. Check DockerCon.com for on-demand DockerCon sessions

Don’t miss session content for Docker Tech Talks, Using Docker for Developers, Using Docker for IT, Black Belt and use cases featuring Docker customers including Citizens Bank, ExxonMobil, Halliburton, Liberty Mutual, Lindsay Corporation, McKesson, MetLife, Quicken Loans and more. Visit the DockerCon website after May 7 for more details on our on-demand sessions.

4. Find out what’s happening in open source

DockerCon 2019 includes tons of sessions on open source, including the return of the ever-popular Open Source Summit. This year’s event will feature talks and roundtables on many popular open source topics. Be sure to catch the recordings post-event on the DockerCon website to learn:

  • How to start contributing to open source
  • How to set establish an Open Source Program Office
  • Container security from Docker, NYU and Netflix 
  • Kubernetes and the road maps for the Container Storage Insight (CSI), Container Network Interface (CNI) and support for Windows workloads from Google and Docker
  • Cloud Native Application Bundle (CNAB) from Docker and Microsoft
  • Performance testing for 10 popular service mesh projects
  • The latest on Compose and Docker Application, containerd, BuildKit and SwarmKit

If you can’t attend but would like to learn more, check out our open source page for ways to get involved, contribute to projects like CNAB, or stay tuned to this blog for more updates on many of these exciting projects and initiatives.

5. Participate in Training and Docker Certification

Interested in taking official Docker training or getting your Docker certification? DockerCon 2019 isn’t the only place to gain the knowledge you need. Learn about Docker self-paced and instructor-led training and certifications exams coming to a location near you.

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