Kubernetes has seen a rapid rise over the last few years and is becoming one of the most sought after skills. DockerCon is a great opportunity to get hands-on training from industry experts and hear from real customers who have deployed Kubernetes in production.
You’ll also have a chance to learn how Docker is the easiest way to get started with Kubernetes and attend sessions that describe how the Docker platform manages and secures applications on Kubernetes in multi-Linux, multi-OS and multi-cloud customer environments.
Register soon as space is running out in these hands-on workshops!
- Kubernetes 101: Getting up and running with Kubernetes – Led by Nigel Poulton, Docker Captain and Pluralsight author and writer of several popular Docker and Kubernetes books
- Security Best Practices for Kubernetes – Led by Scott Coulton, Docker Captain and Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft
Customer Case Studies
Hear from Docker customers who are running Kubernetes in production.
- McKesson: Serving Cloud Native Developer Teams in a Highly Regulated Environment
- Visa: Kubernetes On-Premises Best Practices & Deploying Machine Learning Workloads Inside Visa
Learn about the inner workings of Kubernetes and the best practices around operating a Kubernetes environment.
- Docker Enterprise Platform and Architecture – Mark Church, Docker
- Crafty Requests: Deep Dive Into A Kubernetes CVE – Ian Coldwater, DevSecOps
- How Docker Simplifies Kubernetes For The Masses – David Yu, Docker
- Building Your Development Pipeline – Laura Tacho, CloudBees and Oliver Pomeroy, Docker
- Zero Trust Networks Come to Docker Enterprise Kubernetes – Spike Curtis, Tigera and Brent Salisbury, Docker
- Persisting State for Windows Workloads in Kubernetes – Deep Debroy and Anusha Ragunathan, Docker
- Using Docker Content Trust (Notary) with Kubernetes Admission Controllers to Further Secure Your Runtime – Justin Cappos, NYU and Zachary Arnold, Ygrene Energy Fund
Open Source Summit
Kubernetes is a featured topic in this year’s Open Source Summit. Connect with different SIG members and leaders and learn how you can contribute to the project.
The Kubernetes session begins Thursday at 2:30pm and includes:
- Kubernetes and Container Storage Interface Update – Michelle Au, Google
- Building stateful applications on Docker Enterprise with Rook – Roberto Hashioka, Docker
- Windows support – Kubernetes 1.14 windows support graduating to GA; GMSA – Jean Rogue, Docker
- Networking – CNI, Network Policy – Arko Dasgupta, Docker Inc.
- Birds of a Feather
We look forward to seeing everyone in San Francisco April 29 – May 2.