- Katherine LimInnablrtalk
talkUsing Kubernetes in IOT Edge Node Development
Katherine Lim is a Senior Engineer at Innablr. An experienced DevOps Engineer, Katherine has built infrastructure-as-code and worked at the intersection of Development and Operations for the last 20 years. Recently, she has been consulting on low-cost IoT platforms on a project with a large multinational company.
- Ben EbsworthDigIOtalk
Ben is a Senior Platform Engineer at DigIO, where he primarily focuses on the build and development of platforms which heavily make use of technologies such as Kubernetes, Istio, and Spinnaker. Having gone through the journey of delivering a number of production-grade platforms, Ben is eager to help bring more simplicity and unification of the interfaces which enable developers to productively deploy to Kubernetes based environments.
- Charles KornThoughtworkstalk
talkDockerised local build and testing environments made easy
Charles is a lead developer and consultant at ThoughtWorks. I spend my time helping our clients solve gnarly technical problems. My particular interests include hardware, DevOps and improving the developer experience (developers are users too!).When I'm not at work, you'll find me travelling, taking photos, eating chocolate and playing with Lego. (Usually not all at once.)
- Geshan ManandharTHE ICONICtalk
talkMoving from A and B to ~150 microservices, the journey, and learnings
Geshan is a seasoned software engineer, with more than a decade of software engineering experience. Currently, in Sydney, Australia serving THE ICONIC as a senior software engineer. He has a keen interest in REST architecture and microservices. He is actively involved with the developer community in his hometown Kathmandu, Nepal. He occasionally blogs in his free time.
- Aleksa SaraiSUSEtalk
talkSecuring Container Runtimes -- How Hard Can It Be?
Aleksa Sarai is a core developer and maintainer of runc and umoci, contributor to the Open Container Initiative specifications, and a Linux kernel contributor. He works on the containers team at SUSE, maintaining various core parts of the lower levels of the containers stack and related software for both SUSE Linux Enterprise and openSUSE; he is also committed to working in the open, and is a strong proponent of Free Software.
- Matt HopeNinetalk
talkThe Nine Journey: Cloud Native Transformation
Matt is a Principal Systems Engineer at Nine Publishing, the team behind some of Australia’s oldest and most widely read news publications, such as the Australian Financial Review, Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. Matt has been working with IT Infrastructure for the past twenty years. He has worked on cloud environments, automation, monitoring, web caching and web hosting. More recently, Matt has been building and applying his expertise with Kubernetes at Nine.
- Azadeh KhojandiMicrosofttalk
talkIntroducing a Kubernetes Operator for Azure Databricks
- Luke BondControl Planetalk
talkKubernetes Security Low-Hanging Fruit
Luke Bond is a co-founder of ControlPlane, a Kubernetes security consultancy based in London. Luke has worked as a programmer for most of his career, and outside of tech he enjoys running and making beer.
- Mitch BeaumontAmazon Web Servicestalk
talkDeep Dive into firecracker-containerd
Mitch is a Solutions Architect, based in Sydney, Australia. Mitch’s career spans 17 years. During which time he has held a number of technology roles across a wide range of industries. Mitch considers himself a “ContaiNerd” at heart, and works with AWS customers across Australia and New Zealand to help them weave container technologies in to their application development strategies.Outside of work Mitch enjoys spending time with his family and surfing.
- Paul BouwerMicrosofttalk
talkDecoding the Service Mesh landscape
Paul Bouwer is a Software Engineer at Microsoft. He collaborates with customer and Azure engineering teams to drive impact for Microsoft's top global customers in the Azure and Kubernetes space. Paul is passionate about Service Meshes and Kubernetes. He tweets regularly at @pbouwer from destinations around the world, and his home in Brisbane, Australia.
- Sunil GanatraIBM Indiatalk
talkTuning docker network for large scale production workload
Sunil is a developer of IBM cloud and an SME in designing, developing, deploying and managing operation of a cloud offering running on docker containers spanning across 1000+ machines.
- Scott CoultonMicrosofttalk
talkVirtual what? Virtual Kubelet vs. Virtual Node
Scott Coulton is a Developer Advocate and Docker captain with 10 years of experience as a software engineer in the managed services and hosting space. He has extensive experience in architecture and rolling out systems and network solutions for national and multinational companies with a wide variety of technologies, including Azure, Kubernetes, Puppet, Docker, Cisco, VMware, Microsoft, and Linux. His design strengths are in cloud computing, automation, and security space.
- Nick SchuchPreviousNexttalk
talkBuilding Native Kubernetes Integrations with Operators
Nick Schuch is the System Operations Lead at PreviousNext, where he builds workflows for managing Drupal applications on Kubernetes. Nick Schuch worked on the DrupalCI community initiatvie to migrate the Drupal project to container based testing infrastructure.
- Eduardo SilvaArm Treasure Datatalk
talkContainers & Logging: deep dive of applications insights
Eduardo is an open source Engineer at Arm Treasure Data, where he focused on improving Logging and Data Analysis for containerized environments. He is the maintainer of Fluent Bit, a lightweight log processor which is part of Fluentd project ecosystem.
- Prateek NayakInnablrtalk
talkKeeping an eye on your serverless containers
Prateek Nayak is a Lead Engineer at Innablr with primary focus on helping clients build infrastructure platforms to enable fast and secure delivery of applications to production
- Arjen SchwarzDigIOtalk
talkKeeping an eye on your serverless containers
Arjen Schwarz is a Lead Platform Engineer and AWS APN Ambassador at DigIO where he spends his time helping clients implement their solutions. Outside of work he likes to play with all the new cool technologies and then talk about them and write about them on his blog ig.nore.me