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Wednesday, November 11 • 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Lightning Talks

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We will showcase 10 lightning talks lasting 10 minutes each!

Talk #1:
Presenter: Cameron Brunner, Director of Engineering, Univa 

Title: Network Booting Kubernetes

Abstract:  This presentation will discuss bare metal installation of Kubernetes as well as ongoing configuration management of a bare metal cluster.  Tips and tricks to help get a conformance passing cluster leveraging PXE and cloud-init as well as future cluster upgrades, cluster scaling, and integration with cloud services will be discussed.

Talk #2:
Presenter: Jimmy Cuadra

Title: kaws: Deploying Kubernetes Clusters using AWS, CoreOS, Terraform, and Rust

Abstract: Kubernetes is complex software and setting up a new cluster can be difficult. While there are easy approaches like Google Container Engine, you may want to customize your cluster in various ways, or simply understand how it all works. A great way to do this is to define your cluster as code using Terraform. In this talk, you'll learn about kaws, a tool written in the Rust programming language that brings together several platforms and tools to automate the creation and management of secure, highly available Kubernetes clusters. 

Talk #3:

Presenter: Tyler Jewell, Founder and CEO, Codenvy

Title: A DevOps Workspace for OpenShift & Kubernetes

Abstract: "Introducing a new kind of IDE for Kubernetes & OpenShift. A preview of a Red Hat + Codenvy open source collaboration that makes debuggable dev environments linked to Kubernetes pods.

Talk #4:

Presenter: Oliver Gould, Co-Founder and CTO, Buoyant

Title: Application Routing on Kubernetes

Abstract: What happens if you run hundreds of services and millions of RPS in Kubernetes? How do you prevent a single slow instances from impacting site success? How do you stage new services safely in such a complex system? I'll describe some of Twitter's experience building and operating an extremely large microservice system; and how Buoyant applying these lessons in Kubernetes.

Talk #5:

Presenter: Sasan Padidar, Co-Founder and CTO, FlawCheck

Title: Why we need to rethink container security

Abstract: One reason enterprises are moving slowly on adopting containers is because old security models do not work well in this ecosystem. The agility of orchestration system such as Kubernetes makes it difficult for traditional security solutions to meet the needs of this ecosystem. Security in container ecosystems managed by Kubernetes need to integrate tightly with it, and be as agile. In this short talk, we’ll cover the risks associated with having unchecked containers running in production.

Talk #6:

Presenter: Powell Kinney, CTO of Vinli

Title: Tooling Kubernetes for us lowly Developers

Abstract: Vinli is a connected-car platform built by developers, for developers. Our world revolves around the developer experience, as much for those building the platform as for those building on the platform. It’s essential to our process that the developers creating the platform understand the whole stack and feel comfortable with where their code will live. To do this, we have built a set of very lightweight tools that directly leverage the Kubernetes APIs, tools that tie directly into our codebase. We will present this toolset and how it ties into our code base and development process.

Talk #7:

Presenter: Ilya Dmitrichenko, Community Engineer, Weaveworks

Title: Visualizing Kubernetes Clusters with Weave Scope

Abstract: Weave Scope automatically generates a map of your containers, enabling you to intuitively understand, monitor, and control your applications. It has full support for Kubernetes, which will be show during this talk.

Talk #8:

Presenter:  Sebastien Goasguen

Title: Skippbox, the Kubernetes toolbox

Abstract: To help with adoption of Kubernetes we are excited to introduce Skippbox, a toolbox for Kubernetes operations. The toolbox is inspired by the Docker toolbox and consists of: 1)  boot2k8s a boot2docker variant, 2) kmachine a docker-machine variant that provisions Kubernetes on single cloud instances, 3) kcompose, a docker-compose variant which translates compose files into Kubernetes objects and launches them on a k8s endpoint 4) kui, a desktop application to manage pods/services/replication controllers on multiple k8s endpoints. Skippbox is packaged as an OS X installer and will soon also support Windows machines. Whether you are getting started, developing a new application of using multiple k8s clusters, Skippbox will make it easy.

Talk #9:
Presenter:  Ilan Rabinovitch, Director of Technical Community at Datadog

Title: Monitoring Kubernetes with Datadog

Abstract: In a world of dynamic infrastructure and  Kubernetes, our definition of normal changes constantly as resources shift. This leaves us with the question, what should we monitor? Join us to discuss imperative vs declartive monitoring, and how to monitor Kubernetes.

Talk #10:
Presenter: Malte Schwarzkopf, MIT CSAIL

Title: Cluster scheduling -- we can do better!

Abstract: A key responsibility of any cluster manager, including Kubernetes, is to schedule work across the cluster machines. This talk provides a very brief overview of the different approaches pursued in state-of-the-art systems, their advantages and drawbacks, and how I believe we can do better. It then introduces the Firmament scheduling platform, which can flexibly express many scheduling policies, makes high-quality scheduling decisions, and scales to very large clusters. Firmament comes with its own research cluster management system, but work to integrate it with Kubernetes is under way. I will briefly outline our current integration plans and the opportunities afforded by Poseidon, the upcoming Firmament scheduler on Kubernetes.

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Cameron Brunner

Chief Architect, Univa
Cameron Brunner is the chief architect of Univa’s Navops Container provisioning and orchestration line of products. His areas of expertise are high performance computing, distributed software systems and networking applications. Cameron has an extensive work experience leading the development of large scale computer provisioning systems in local hardware, virtual machines, and cloud based environments. Previously, Cameron was co-architect... Read More →
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Jimmy Cuadra

Jimmy is a programmer from San Francisco, CA. He has worked in several roles in software development, including front and back end web development, operations, and quality assurance. An active member of the free software community, Jimmy is known for his work on Lita, a popular chat bot framework for Ruby. Jimmy has given talks about a wide variety of subjects including Ruby, JavaScript, Python, Unix, testing, concurrency, and ChatOps, the... Read More →
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Ilya Dmitrichenko

Community Engineer, Weaveworks
As a Community Engineer, I am building advanced integrations that fuel the open-source community, I write blogs about what I do, talk at conferences and meet-ups as well as dive into technical marketing and generally hacking on cool stuff a lot, it's new things every day!
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Sebastien Goasguen

Sebastien Goasguen built his first compute cluster in the late 90's when they were still called Beowulf clusters while working on his PhD; he has been working on making computing a utility since then. He has done research in grid computing and high performance computing and with the advent of virtualization moved to cloud computing in the mid 2000s when he was a professor at Clemson University. He currently works primarily on... Read More →
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Oliver Gould

Co-Founder and CTO, Buoyant
Oliver recently left Twitter, where he spent over four years leading the Observability and Traffic infrastructure teams. He is now working on open source infrastructure at Buoyant. He thinks software is far too hard and dreams of a world where we don’t need to write quite so much of it.
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Tyler Jewell

Founder and CEO, Codenvy
Tyler is CEO of Codenvy and a partner with Toba Capital managing investments in middleware and application development.  He sits on the boards of WSO2, Sauce Labs, ShiftMobility, and eXo Platform.  He has investments in ZeroTurnaround, InfoQ, Cloudant, SourceGraph, and AppHarbor.  He is the author of three books on Java, including OReilly's Java Web Services and was BEA's chief evangelist starting in 1999.
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Powell Kinney

CTO, Vinli
Dr. Powell Kinney is CTO at Vinli, where he is occasionally allowed to open a terminal. Powell got his start in geospatial systems and autonomous vehicles and, after a hiatus to earn his MD and complete a surgery internship, has spent the last several years architecting and building various web-scale platforms. Powell holds patents in autonomous vehicle technologies and serves on the W3C Automotive Working Group.
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Sasan Padidar

CTO, Flawcheck
Sasan Padidar is the founder & CTO of FlawCheck, the leading container security company. His academic and professional experience has been focused on security and scalability. Most recently, Sasan served as the Chief Architect at Appthority where he was responsible for leading the engineering team and building Appthority's platform. Prior to Appthority, Sasan worked at numerous companies as a consultant. His primary role was working with... Read More →
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Ilan Rabinovitch

Director of Technical Community, Datadog
Ilan is Director of Technical Community at Datadog. Prior to joining Datadog, Ilan spent a number of years leading infrastructure and reliability engineering teams at organizations such as Ooyala and Edmunds.com. In addition to his work at Datadog, he active in the open-source and DevOps communities, where he is a co-organizer of events such as SCALE, Texas Linux Fest, DevOpsDay LA and DevOpsDays Silicon Valley.
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Malte Schwarzkopf

Postdoctoral Associate, MIT CSAIL, Individual
Malte recently completed his PhD at the University of Cambridge and now works in the PDOS group at MIT CSAIL. He is interested in the areas of operating systems and large-scale distributed systems, and his work often incorporates and combines elements of both. Malte is an author of the award-winning EuroSys 2013 paper on Google's Omega, and helped develop and evaluate its shared-state scheduling model. More recently, Malte worked on the... Read More →

Wednesday November 11, 2015 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Palace Hotel - French Parlor

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