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Red Hat at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2020
Visit the Red Hat booth to speak with our open source experts. As the largest open source company in the world, we build and support open source products from open source projects. With open source, we equip our customers for success.
Speak with our AI Center of Excellence experts about the Open Data Hub project, our offerings for edge deployments, discuss Red Hat Enterprise Linux® 8, Red Hat OpenShift® 4 and Red Hat Storage and talk all things open with our team.
Monday, August 17, 2020
What's an Application in Kubernetes?
Stayin' Alive: PodDisruptionBudgets for Maintenance and Upgrades
Tutorial: Hands-On Intro to Cloud-Native CI/CD with Tekton
Jan Kleinert & Joel Lord
Tuesday, August 18, 2020
Cloud Native Policy Deep Dive
Erica von Buelow & Zhipeng Huang (Huawei)
CRI-O: Development Process & How to Contribute
Urvashi Mohnani & Peter Hunt
Kubernetes SIG Architecture Intro and Update
Derek Carr & Davanum Srinivas (VMware)
Kubernetes On Cgroup v2
SIG-CLI - Open Doors
SIG Scheduling Deep Dive
Mike Dame & Aldo Culquicondor (Google)
Introduction to CNI, the Container Network Interface Project
Casey Callendrello & Bryan Boreham (Weaveworks)
Keynote: Happy Birthday, OCI: Here’s to 5 Years of Collaborative Innovation
Sally Ann O'Malley & Urvashi Mohnani
CNCF Research User Group
Eduardo Arango & Bob Killen (University of Michigan)
Wednesday, August 19, 2020
Introduction to Strimzi: Apache Kafka on Kubernetes
Jakub Scholz & Paolo Patierno
Automating Load Balancing and Fault Tolerance via Predictive Analysis
Turn It Up to a Million: Ingesting Millions of Metrics with Thanos Receive
Lucas Servén Marín
CRI-O: Deep Diving into the Security
Daniel Walsh & Sascha Grunert (SUSE)
Jaeger Deep Dive
Prometheus Deep Dive
Bartłomiej Płotka & Goutham Veeramachaneni (Grafana Labs)
Serverless Integration on Kubernetes with Apache Camel K
How to Use Kubernetes to Build a Data Lake for AI Workloads
Peter MacKinnon & Uday Boppana
Thanos: Cheap, Simple and Scalable Prometheus
Matthias Loibl & Giedrius Statkevičius (Adform)
Optimized Resource Allocation in Kubernetes? Topology Manager is Here
Victor Pickard & Conor Nolan (Intel)
Is There a Place For Distributed Storage For AI/ML on Kubernetes?
Diane Feddema & Kyle Bader
Kubernetes Steering Committee AMA
Derek Carr & Christoph Blecker (Red Hat), Lachlan Evenson (Microsoft), Aaron Crickenberger (Google), Paris Pittman (Apple), Nikhita Raghunath & Davanum "Dims" Srinivas (VMware)
Panel: Kubernetes and Cloud Native Security: A State of the Union
Kirsten Newcomer (Red Hat), Rags Srinivas (Snyk/InfoQ), Gareth Rushgrove (Snyk), Scott Coulton (Microsoft), Phil Estes (IBM)
Thursday, August 20, 2020
Panel: Navigating Your Career in Open Source
Faz Sadeghi (Red Hat), Megan Bigelow & Rachel Leekin (VMware), James Munnelly (Jetstack), Ria Bhatia (Microsoft)
CNCF Serverless WG: CloudEvents and Serverless Workflow Updates
KubeVirt Intro – Using KubeVirt to Run VMs at Scale
Fabian Deutsch & Marcus Sorensen (Apple)
CNCF SIG Storage – An Intro to Cloud Native Storage
Erin Boyd & Alex Chircop (StorageOS)
SIG Multicluster Intro
Look Ma, No Pause!
Mrunal Patel & Peter Hunt
Rook Deep Dive: Ceph & EdgeFS
Travis Nielsen & Dmitry Yusupov (High Peak Data)
Stop by the booth to try our Interactive Learning Scenarios and speak to our OpenShift experts.
Our Interactive Learning Scenarios provide you with a pre-configured OpenShift instance, accessible from your browser without any downloads or configuration. Use it to experiment, learn OpenShift, and see how we can help solve real-world problems.
Knative, Kafka, Tekton, KubeVirt via OpenShift 4.5 with Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management
An all-demo, live, non-stop, whirlwind tour of OpenShift 4.5 based on Kubernetes 1.18. Touching on multi-cloud management, Knative (OpenShift Serverless), Kafka (Red Hat AMQ Streams), Tekton (OpenShift Pipelines) and KubeVirt (OpenShift Virtualization) where VMs and Pods live side by side.
To watch this demo, visit the demo theatre tab under the Sponsor Showcase.
Join the OKD Working Group for a Day Zero live demo deployment marathon of OKD4, the Community Distribution of Kubernetes that powers Red Hat’s OpenShift, by members of the OKD Working Group and Fedora CoreOS community. There will be live Q/A via chat and a brief intro of OKD4 GA for each of the sessions from engineering leads to help set the stage for each session. Bring your questions, issues, feedback and popcorn as we celebrate the GA release of OKD4.
Here’s the schedule and list of platforms that we will be demoing deploying:
13:00 UTC -> Kick-off with OKD4 on Cheapest AWS cluster possible and Full AWA Deployment – Christian Glombek and Diane Mueller
14:00 UTC -> OKD4 on Libvirt (Bare-metal UPI) – Charro Gruver
15:00 UTC ->OKD4 on DigitalOcean – Dusty Mabe
16:00 UTC ->OKD4 on Azure and Vsphere- Walid Shaari and Josef Meier
17:00 UTC ->OKD4 on Alibaba Cloud – Robert Volkmann
18:00 UTC ->OKD4 on Bare Metal (oVirt) – Justin Pittman
19:00 UTC ->OKD4 on OpenStack – August Simonelli & Nick Satsia
Times will be inline with Kubecon/EU Day Zero events aka Central European Summer Time (CEST); Check back as the order of appearance and presenter line-up is subject to change!
Link to bluejeans session: https://bluejeans.com/8933049334
We will also be livestreaming on
Red Hat is a proud sponsor of theCUBE at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2020 - Virtual. Our conversations with Stu Miniman can be found below.
- Abhinav Joshi, Senior Manager OpenShift Product Marketing & Tushar Katarki, Senior Manager OpenShift Product Management
- Joe Fitzgerald, VP + GM Cloud Management Business Unit
- Steve Gordon, Director of Product Management, Cloud Platforms
- Nick Barcet, Senior Director of Technology Strategy
- Brent Compton Senior Director Storage and Data Architecture (Red Hat), Sam Werner VP Storage, Offering Management (IBM)
Enter for a chance to win 1 of 4 $500 Amazon gift cards as part of Red Hat’s Sponsor Showcase Showdown at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2020! To be eligible, attendees must 1) Attend our keynote, 2) Click on the "Watch" tab in our virtual booth, and 3) Download our virtual coloring book swag PDF. A random drawing to select the four winners will take place after the conclusion of the conference.
Play any of the games from the catalog for free—all built with open source software—and learn about the tools the developers used to create these games. Head over to their project pages for more details, and contribute anything from code to design. Then, check out Open Jam to get involved with open source game jams and build games of your own.