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Seattle, WA
December 10–13, 2018
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Monday, December 10 • 9:00am - 5:00pm
The Cloud Native Culture & Industry Summit by Oracle (Additional registration required)

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Check out the agenda, with heavy hitters Kris Nova, Ashley McNamara, John Harris, Chad Arimura, Kire Filipovski, Christopher Woods, TJ Fontaine, Micha Hernandez van Leuffen and more, who will delve into cloud native ethos, serverless, extending Kubernetes for app dev, and how to deploy secure, agile microservices.

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About the Summit
Join some of the industry's top cloud native minds for a concentrated dose of technical talks paired with hands-on learning.
We’ll host an innovator’s panel, cover all things serverless, including the Fn Project, how to extend Kubernetes to ease application development, how to deploy secure, agile microservices on top of Kubernetes, and much more.
You won’t want to miss the Cloud Native Past, Present, and Future panel as it's chock full of your favorite practitioners, innovators, and maintainers including Kris Nova, Ashley McNamara, John Harris, and more. They will delve into milestones of our evolution, what’s driving key technology choices today, and how innovation is being defined for the future. These influencers will hash out what’s at stake and distill what really matters.
Hear from the creator of the Fn Project, the container-native serverless platform, and former Co-Founder and CEO of Iron.IO, Chad Arimura, and from an HPC Fn user, Christopher Woods of the University of Bristol, who is pushing the boundaries of compute with open source.

The former Co-Founder of OneOps, now Cloud Architect at Oracle leading design and implementation of a distributed application management system, Kire Filipovski, will share his team’s latest open sourced tooling for creating a fully autonomous modern application development framework.

About Oracle Cloud Native Labs
Oracle Cloud Native Labs is here to empower the next generation of cloud native users with a curated set of solutions, tutorials, best practices, and more, all designed to spark inspiration, drive hands-on experiences, and unleash our industry’s potential.
Confirmed Speakers

Chad Arimura - former Co-Founder and CEO of Iron.io, current VP Serverless Advocacy, Oracle

Kaslin Fields - Solutions Architect, Oracle, focused on containers (particularly Kubernetes) and active community member in the Seattle meetup scene

Kire Filipovski – Former Co-founder of OneOps, current Cloud Architect, Oracle, leading design and implementation of a distributed application management system

TJ Fontaine - Former Node.js Project Lead, current Container Native Architect and Kubernetes Contribution Lead, Oracle

John Harris – Technical Account Manager, Docker, where he works with customers to help implement and adopt container platforms with a focus on Kubernetes

Ashley McNamara - Developer Advocate, Microsoft specializing in Linux, Containers, Go, and Web Technologies
Kris Nova – Senior Developer Advocate, Heptio focusing on containers, infrastructure, and Kubernetes. Kris is an ambassador for CNCF, Kubernetes maintainer, and creator of kubicorn
 
Christopher Woods - Research Software Engineer, University of Bristol, managing the research on the BioSimSpace project with Microsoft and Oracle to adapt biomolecular simulation software so that it can be used commercially in the cloud

Bob Quillin - Former Co-Founder and CEO of StackEngine, current Vice President of Developer Relations, Oracle

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How to Register:
Pre-registration is required, simply sign up or add to your KubeCon + CloudNativeCon registration. Event fee will be donated to Women Who Code.


Monday December 10, 2018 9:00am - 5:00pm
Chelan 2 @ TCC The Conference Center (TCC) - Separate from WSCC building