The Hallway Track Is Open For Scheduling

The Hallway Track at DockerCon is an innovative space designed to help facilitate those valuable conversations that come from chance hallway encounters. Instead of leaving it to chance, we’ve partnered with e180 to provide a platform that helps you find like-minded people to meet and learn from, discussing topics you are both interested in.

 The Hallway Track is open Monday through Thursday, and it’s best to schedule your meetings in advance. Register for DockerCon and then follow these steps to log in and start scheduling your Hallway Tracks today:

Explore the Market – where all participants post knowledge offers of topics they are willing to share, or questions they want to brainstorm.
Pick a topic from the list and/or create your own offers or questions. You don’t have to be an expert to post!
Schedule your Hallway Tracks and meet in person at the Hallway Track Lounge at DockerCon (Lobby, Level 2).

The Hallway Track is your opportunity to meet and share knowledge with other attendees, Docker Staff, Speakers, and Docker Captains. Register for DockerCon today and look out for email instructions to log into the Hallway Track platform.
Arriving for early registration before the Welcome Reception on Monday? Hallway Track is open from 12:00 – 7:30pm;  make the most of your time and plan a full day of meetings!

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From Manufacturing to Climate Analytics: DockerCon speakers on real-world use cases

DockerCon brings industry leaders and experts of the container world to one event where they share their knowledge, experience and guidance. This year is no different. For the next few weeks, we’re going to highlight a few of our amazing speakers and the talks they will be leading.

In this third highlight, we have several speakers who will be sharing their real world Docker use cases and learnings.  These are the folks who have already put things in place and are here to share and inspire. Interested in transforming legacy applications? Or maybe large scale data analytics is your focus. Maybe you’re a software vendor – or have plans to be – and want to learn about containerizing your application. To learn more, register now to attend the session featuring real Docker users like you.
In case you missed them, check out our previous speaker highlights:

Storage, service mesh and networking experts
Security experts

Transforming a 15+ Year Old Semiconductor Manufacturing Environment
More on Jeanie’s session here.
 

Jeanie Schwenk
Engineer, Scrum Master and Agile Project Manager at Jireh Semiconductor

What is your breakout about?
I was just starting to look at Docker at this time last year. Our company’s transformation journey hasn’t been a straightforward one, and we haven’t reached our final destination, yet, but we are well on our way. We started with numerous legacy software applications running on HP 9000 servers, which were new in 2001. Now, one by one, we’re moving over 230 applications that run the semiconductor factory into Docker containers.
Why should people go to your session?
You’re not alone in the problems you face in transitioning legacy application and legacy development processes. The chance to share and learn together – our roadblocks, solutions, and ideas – will help all of us have more impact.
What are you looking forward to the most at this DockerCon?
For me personally, the networking and learning opportunities are the draw. Being able to share our story and encourage others facing similar challenges is a rare opportunity.

CMD and Conquer: Containerizing the Monolith
More on Tony and Nelson’s session here.

Tony Lee
Software Engineer at Splunk

Nelson Wang
Sr Software Engineer at Splunk

What is your breakout about?
It is about Splunk’s journey to containerize its own on-prem software with tons of pre- and post-installation configurations. We’re going to discuss the strategy behind Splunk’s official Docker image, and how we captured some of the paradigms behind software containerization for the benefit of both external customers and internal engineering efforts.
 
Why should people attend your session?
“Migrating monolithic systems into a system of microservices is a simple, straightforward task” – No one ever.
 
Any journey that involves fundamentally changing the design of a software’s architecture will never be without some pain. Often times, it is a costly and expensive endeavor, and the full benefits cannot be reaped until the very end. At Splunk, the Infrastructure team took on the onerous task of figuring out how to make this transition more harmonious, bridging the gap between two different ideologies.
What are you looking forward to the most at this DockerCon?
Speaking and learning about how others use containers in their daily operation.
What is your favorite Docker Hub repo?
Obviously our own Splunk Docker Hub repo. Besides that, we enjoy using containerized nginx, MongoDB, and Redis.

Towards Reproducible Climate Research
More on Aparna’s session here.
 

Aparna Radhakrishnan
Software Development Engineer at Engility

What is your breakout about?
We will draw a path towards reproducible research using Docker containers for massive data publishing and analytics. The scale and magnitude of computing and data have proven to increase significantly in the last decade, thus making data delivery methods to the world a herculean research problem by itself. In the case of NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), this world of evolving responses with respect to climate creates an avalanche of effects in various sectors – agriculture, health, GDP, etc.  We will discuss some of the pioneering efforts from collaborators from other laboratories and organizations (such as ESGF, Google, NASA JPL, Columbia University, PMEL, etc.) in the area of Docker containers in computing and analysis on and off the cloud.
Why should people go to your session?
Although climate research is an entirely different theme, Docker is in use even here. Anyone that wonders what Docker is capable of should attend. Whether its inspiration-driven research or industrial-driven research, Dockers are relevant. I am not a Docker guru, but I could do it and so can you!
What are you looking forward to the most at this DockerCon?
Women speakers and the city of San Francisco!

Modern Orchestrated IT for Enterprise CMS: A Case Study for Wiley Education Services
Learn more about Jesse and Blaine’s session here.

Blaine Helmick
Senior Manager, System Engineering at Wiley

Jesse Antoszyk
Solutions Architect at BoxBoat

What is your breakout about?
Jesse: We’re going to be talking about making Wiley Education Services successful running their CMS on Docker and Swarm! The journey and the end result are pretty compelling.
Blaine: Jesse teed this up perfectly. It’s all about the “hero’s journey” where we triumph over the mediocrity of single-purpose virtual machines.
Why should people go to your session?
Blaine: Would it be too absurd to abstract some Shakespeare?
“To containerize, or not to containerize that is the question: Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer the downtime and broken code of outrageous software, or to take countermeasures against a sea of denial of services attacks And by mitigating the traffic end them? To server 500: to fail; No more; We Docker.”
Ok, maybe that’s a little over the top.
Jesse: The journey to containerization extends beyond tech, it’s a shift in thinking. Implement containers, and implement CI/CD, but don’t forget to adopt the DevOps mentality to support them. Doing these things will allow you to focus on creating better products faster. Anyone interested in learning how we went from zero to Docker, the challenges we faced and solutions we came up with, will get a lot out of this session. We’re going to give a peek into the organizational and technical aspects of containerizing CMS at WES.
What are you looking forward to the most at this DockerCon?
Jesse: Hard to pick. I’m really stoked for most of the black belt talks. Speaking at DockerCon is pretty exciting as well!
Blaine: Last year I walked out quoting the “Pets versus Crops” metaphor – I switched it up from “Pets versus Cattle” to be more animal friendly I’m excited just thinking about what I’ll walk out of DCSF ’19 quoting.

Thank you to all our presenters and see you at DockerCon!

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Not Your First DockerCon? Join Docker Pals As A Guide

The Docker Pals program matches groups of attendees who are newer to DockerCon (the “Pals”) with an attendee who has been to one or more DockerCons (the “Guide”). Our goal is to help everyone at DockerCon feel comfortable and see what this amazing community has to offer. Both Pals and Guides find the experience rewarding! The first step in being a Guide is registering for DockerCon so if you haven’t yet, register here now!

Here’s what some of our Guides have said about the program:
“Conferences can be lonely if you don’t know anyone, or are the only person from your company. Docker Pals provides stress free opportunity to connect with people and get to know them.”    
 
“A fantastic experience to meet new people and help them to enjoy DockerCon as much as I do.”
 
“It was great meeting the Pals assigned to me. For me it was interesting to learn about the different people and use cases. I also enjoyed walking everyone through the vendor area explaining all the technologies.”
 
“Last DockerCon was my third in a row and the third time I’ve been involved with Docker Pals as a Guide. Each time it gets better. Pals and Guides are awesome! So much fun and good energy! You learn as much as you share! Don’t stay alone, join us! This is an experience you won’t forget!”
 
This year we are thrilled to see more interest in the program. More interest means a need for more Guides than ever before! If this isn’t your first DockerCon, please consider signing up to be a Guide and help welcome those newer to DockerCon to the Docker community. Participating gives you the opportunity to learn more, expand your network, and have fun!
Log in to your DockerCon registration account to sign up.
Read more about Docker Pals here.  

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Feature Friday: A Chat With Security Experts

DockerCon brings industry leaders and experts of the container world to one event where they share their knowledge, experience and guidance. This year is no different. For the next few weeks, we’re going to highlight a few of our amazing speakers and the talks they will be leading.

In this second highlight, we have several industry experts on container and application security that we’re excited to have sharing their knowledge at DockerCon. We’re going to have sessions covering network security, a dissection of a real world Kubernetes vulnerability (and what to do about it), encrypted containers, and the new AWS Firecracker “micro-VM” for containers, just to name a few.
In case you missed it, you can also see our first speaker highlight here, featuring storage, service mesh and networking experts.
 
Zero Trust Networks Come to Docker Enterprise Kubernetes
More on their session here.
 

Spike Curtis 
Tigera Software Developer

Brent Salisbury 
Docker Technical Alliances

What is your breakout about?
Brent: Docker Enterprise with Calico for networking being used in conjunction with Istio is an exciting intersection of securing various layers of networking – all from a single policy interface.
Spike: The Docker-Calico-Istio combination gives you some amazing tools out of the box for securing your application’s network connectivity. The breakout is about showing you how to use them!
Why should people go to your session?
Spike: Networks are super important to every application, but getting the security right is intimidating, so people often leave it until it’s too late. This talk should lower that intimidation factor and give some concrete steps to take to get your network secured from the get-go.
What is your favorite DockerCon moment?
Spike: I think it was standing at the Calico booth at the very first DockerCon. The booth was in the hallway to the main auditorium, so literally everyone had to walk past and you could just see the crowds and fee the excitement. We knew the opportunity was huge.
What are you looking forward to the most at this DockerCon?
Spike: I always really enjoy talks by Michelle Noorali, so looking forward to hearing her speak.
Brent: I am very excited to see the opportunity of having cross-platform capabilities, particularly the coming parity between Windows and Linux.

Crafty Requests: Deep Dive into a Kubernetes CVE
More on Ian’s session here.

Ian Coldwater
Heroku Platform Security Engineer (& Kubernetes Breaker)

What is your breakout about?
I’m going to be doing a deep dive into one of the most serious Kubernetes security vulnerabilities discovered thus far (CVE 2018-1002105), which was all over the news and affected countless clusters. I’ll be diving into how this vulnerability works, which also helps explain the inner workings of Kubernetes itself, and then I’ll talk about how to use this knowledge to secure Kubernetes and mitigate against future security risks.
Why should people go to your session?
This will be a good session for people with different kinds of expertise. For someone who knows a good bit about security but maybe less about containers and Kubernetes, this session will give them a good idea of how Kubernetes works on the back end and how flaws like this can happen. For people who are more familiar with Docker and Kubernetes, this will give them a better understanding of how they can protect their clusters against this vulnerability and others like it.
I think this vulnerability is fascinating and instructive, and we can all learn something from it. Also, live exploit demos are fun.
What are you looking forward to the most at this DockerCon?
This is my first DockerCon so I’m really excited to go this year! I’m looking forward to connecting with and learning from other people who have the same interests.

Enabling High Assurance/Sensitive Container Workloads with Encrypted Images
More on Justin’s session here.

Justin Cormack
Docker Sr. Software Engineer – Security

What is your breakout about?
I am doing a talk with Brandon Lum from IBM about encrypting container images, a project we have been working on for a while now. For many use cases, keeping containers behind access control in the registry is fine, but there are other use cases where you want containers encrypted from build to when they are run. We will demo the integration into containerd, which will later make its way into Docker and Kubernetes. This is a great example of the community working together to add new features.
Also I will be involved in the open source security summit, where we have sessions on supply chain security, bug bounties in the container ecosystem and policy management.
What is your favorite DockerCon moment?
I love it when people launch their new products at DockerCon – in 2014 Google launched some little project called “Kubernetes” there…
What are you looking forward to the most at this DockerCon?
We have a big open source track again this year, which is great, there are lots of exciting community projects. Also excited for some of the announcements!

Deep Dive into Firecracker-Containerd
Learn more about Samuel’s session here.

Samuel Karp
Amazon Web Services Sr. Software Development Engineer

What is your breakout about?
I’ll be talking about how we’re integrating the Firecracker virtual machine manager (VMM),  which is optimized for lightweight, container-like “micro”-VMs, with containerd to make it easier to run containers with the isolation provided by a hypervisor.
Why should people go to your session?
I’m hoping that anyone interested in hypervisor-mediated isolation and using containers will find my session interesting! This session dives deep into the architecture of the firecracker-containerd project, which aims to allow portability between standard OCI container images and the larger container ecosystem with Firecracker micro-VMs.
What are you looking forward to the most at this DockerCon?
I’m looking forward to connecting with people who have use-cases for hypervisor isolation or who are interested in working with us on bringing the project along.  I’m also interested in talking to anyone who uses containers on AWS about their journey and what they’d like to see from AWS in the future.

Thank you all our presenters and see you at DockerCon!

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Your Kubernetes Agenda at DockerCon

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.
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Download your Kubernetes agenda and register now for DockerCon!
 
Expert-Led Workshops
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

Technical Sessions
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.

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Open Source Summit is Back at DockerCon 2019

Docker’s roots lie in open source and we are excited to spend time at DockerCon 2019 San Francisco sharing the latest innovations around the projects driving our industry. In addition to open source breakout sessions during the conference agenda, there will be an Open Source Summit on Thursday dedicated to collaboration and innovation with contributors, maintainers and users of popular Docker and container projects. Register to attend the DockerCon breakout sessions and the Summit.

Docker’s roots lie in open source and we are excited to spend time at DockerCon 2019 San Francisco sharing the latest innovations around the projects driving our industry. In addition to open source breakout sessions during the conference agenda, there will be an Open Source Summit on Thursday dedicated to collaboration and innovation with contributors, maintainers and users of popular Docker and container projects. Register to attend DockerCon to attend the breakout session. If planning to attend the Summit, please register here as well.
 
 Open Source Agenda
Breakout Sessions
If you’ve never contributed to open source, join Phil Estes from IBM, a containerd maintainer and OCI Technical Oversight Board member, to learn how to enter the open source world and start contributing in his session: Giving Back to Upstream: An Open Source Beginner’s Primer.
In Establishing an Open Source Program Office, Tim Tyler from Metlife and Lee Calcote from Solarwinds will share the how, why, and when of setting up a formal open source program and what to measure to make OSS successful within an organization–big or small.
There will be additional breakout sessions on Cloud Native Application Bundle (CNAB), building and deploying a secrets plugin on Docker Swarm, Firecracker-containerd, writing maintainable integration tests with Docker, Rootless containers, and more.
Register for DockerCon
 
Open Source Summit
The Open Source Summit brings together project maintainers, contributors and users to share project updates and engage in discussions at birds-of-a-feather roundtables following the presentations. Opportunities to engage in the container-native projects driving our industry include:

Security
The security session will cover three key areas in container security: supply chain of how code gets into containers, authorization and control of what is allowed to run where, and runtime security such as stopping container escapes. The session will be presented by open source contributors from Docker, Styra, NYU, and Netflix.
Kubernetes
Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. This session will focus on updates from Google and Docker about roadmaps for Container Storage Interface (CSI), Container Network Interface (CNI) and support for Windows workloads graduating to stable in Kubernetes 1.14. We will also see a demo of building stateful applications using Rook on Kubernetes.
containerd
Join containerd maintainers as they go through the design and architecture of containerd and learn how to get started as a user or integrator of containerd. This session will go through how containerd manages images, runs containers, operates on Windows, and how containerd can be used with Kubernetes through the Container Runtime Interface (CRI). Additionally, see how Docker’s architecture is evolving to fully integrate with containerd as well as how Google Cloud and IBM are leveraging containerd in their platforms.
Compose + Docker App
Compose is a tool for defining and running multi-container Docker applications. It is great for development, testing, and staging environments, as well as CI workflows. Learn about the latest updates of Docker Compose from the Docker Team and how to take your containers to the next level by making your Docker Compose applications reusable and shareable on Docker Hub with Docker App.
CNAB
Cloud Native Application Bundle (CNAB) is an open source, cloud-agnostic specification for packaging and running distributed applications that aims to solve the complications of building modern heterogeneous apps. In this discussion Docker, Microsoft, and Intel will share where the CNAB spec is today and visions for the future. Become a part of the conversation with maintainers and fellow CNAB users.
BuildKit
BuildKit is a modern builder toolkit powering the next generation of docker build with many new capabilities to boost your developer and CI workflow. Maintainers and BuildKit experts from Docker, Google, and NTT Corporation will present new features and useful patterns for getting the most out of BuildKit, advanced features around defining your own front-ends, and using a rootless BuildKit in Kubernetes.
Service Mesh
This session will focus on performance testing results of 10 popular service mesh projects using an open source service mesh benchmark tool. We will provide a common baseline across service mesh control planes, like Istio, and modern proxy data planes, like Envoy. In addition to performance, we’ll take an in-depth look at the landscape of service mesh, characterize and contrast their functionality as well as their architectures.
SwarmKit
SwarmKit is a toolkit for orchestrating distributed systems at any scale. It includes primitives for node discovery, raft-based consensus, task scheduling and more. In this session, we will focus on recent improvements and upcoming features requested–specifically, server side stacks, cron job support, and Container Storage Interface (CSI) support for SwarmKit.
Serverless
This session will discuss serverless and container workloads and the use case for each. Popular open source serverless projects will be shown running on Docker. Panelists from each project will have a presentation and demo, followed by a discussion on the best use cases for serverless.

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Take Your Windows Container Skills to the Next Level at DockerCon

On the heels of the Kubernetes 1.14 release that supports Windows nodes, organizations are going to need to understand how to build, share and run containerized Windows Server applications. Docker and Microsoft have been collaborating since 2014 to bring containers to Windows and have several years of experience helping enterprise organizations bring these applications to production. At this year’s DockerCon, we’re bringing that knowledge to you with a full lineup of Windows Containers sessions designed to take your skill-set to the next level.

Download your Windows Container agenda and register now to learn from industry experts. Content will include modernizing existing applications as well as building the next generation of applications in .NET and .NET Core with the latest Docker Tools.

Modernize .NET Apps: Give new life to your existing application portfolio with this hands-on workshop (pre-registration required)
Docker for Windows Container Development: Learn how to develop your first .NET/.NET Core application
Networking and storage deep dives for Windows architects and sys admins include:

Data Center Networking with Containers
Persisting State for Windows Workloads in Kubernetes

See how companies like yours are using Docker Enterprise and Windows Containers for their production services

Quicken Loans shares how to roll out an enterprise container platform for hundreds of Windows apps
See how Entergy is Mitigating Legacy Windows Operating System Vulnerabilities
Mitchell International is Modernizing Microsoft .NET Applications 

And this is just a sample of the full agenda available at DockerCon. Browse the talks in the Docker Technology Track to learn more about how the Docker container platform supports both Windows and Linux applications.
Register here and see you in San Francisco!

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Feature Friday: DockerCon speakers on Kubernetes, Service Mesh and More

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DockerCon brings industry leaders and experts of the container world to one event where they share their knowledge, experience and guidance. This year is no different. For the next few weeks, we’re going to highlight a few of our amazing speakers and the talks they will be leading.
In this first highlight, we have a few of our own Docker speakers that are covering storage and networking topics, including everything from container-level networking on up to full cross-infrastructure and cross-orchestrator networking.
Persisting State for Windows Workloads in Kubernetes
More on their session here.

Anusha Ragunathan
Docker Software Engineer

Deep Debroy
Docker Software Engineer

What is your breakout about?
We’ll be talking about persistent storage options for Windows workloads on Kubernetes. While a lot of options exist for Linux workloads we will look at dynamic provisioning scenarios for Windows workloads.
Why should people go to your session?
Persistence in Windows containers is very limited. Our talk aims to tackle this hard problem and provide practical solutions. The audience will learn about ways to achieve persistent storage in their Windows container workloads and they will also hear about future direction.
What is your favorite DockerCon moment?
Deep: The Dockercon party in Austin.
What are you looking forward to the most?
Anusha: I’m looking forward to the Docker women’s summit and attending Black Belt sessions.

Just What Is A “Service Mesh”, And If I Get One Will It Make Everything OK?
More on Elton’s session here.

Elton Stoneman 
Docker Developer Advocate

What is your breakout about? 
I’m talking about service meshes – Linkerd and Istio in particular. It’s a technical session so there are lots of demos, but it’s grounded in the practical question – do you really need a service mesh, and is it worth the cost? You’ll learn what a service mesh can do, and how it helps to cut a lot of infrastructure concerns from your code.
What are you most excited about at DockerCon?
I can’t tell you, it’s a secret… But I’m involved in one of our big announcements and it’s going to be a real “this changes everything” moment.
What is your all time favorite DockerCon moment?
In Barcelona I presented one of the keynote demos with my Docker buddy Lee. We were on the big stage for about 7 minutes, and rehearsing for that took all weekend. Lots of work but great fun and we had a ton of positive feedback.

Microservices Enabled API Server – Routing Across Any Infrastructure
More on their session here.

Brett Inman
Docker Engineering Manager

Alex Hokanson
Docker Infrastructure Engineer

What is your breakout about?
Our session is about how we do service discovery, load balancing, and rate limiting for high-traffic public-facing services like Docker Hub. At Docker we have developed a solution that allows routing web traffic across different workloads and environments . It doesn’t matter if the application is natively running on Ubuntu, via “docker container run”, in Docker Swarm, or in Kubernetes–our solution will get traffic to your service efficiently and even handle containers coming and going!
Why should people go to your session?
Our routing layer is the single most important piece of our infrastructure at Docker and moving that layer from host-based, native applications to Kubernetes was no small feat. Your routing layer shouldn’t slow developers down–see how we give our internal customers even more choice and flexibility!
What’s your favorite DockerCon moment?
Brett I: My favorite moment was meeting a large group of devops people in a Hallway Track and realizing we were all solving the same problems individually, how inefficient that was, and how powerful community and open source can be.
What are you most excited about for DCSF 19?
Alex: Meeting people and learning about how they operationalize Docker.

Thank you all so much and see you at DockerCon!

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Women@DockerCon Summit, Monday, April 29th
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Feature Friday: DockerCon speakers sound off on Kubernetes, Service Mesh and More

DockerCon brings industry leaders and experts of the container world to one event where they share their knowledge, experience and guidance. This year is no different. For the next few weeks, we’re going to highlight a few of our amazing speakers and the talks they will be leading.
In this first highlight, we have a few of our own Docker speakers that are covering storage and networking topics, including everything from container-level networking on up to full cross-infrastructure and cross-orchestrator networking.
 
Persisting State for Windows Workloads in Kubernetes
More on their session here.

Anusha Ragunathan
Docker Software Engineer

Deep Debroy
Docker Software Engineer

What is your breakout about?
We’ll be talking about persistent storage options for Windows workloads on Kubernetes. While a lot of options exist for Linux workloads we will look at dynamic provisioning scenarios for Windows workloads.
Why should people go to your session?
Persistence in Windows containers is very limited. Our talk aims to tackle this hard problem and provide practical solutions. The audience will learn about ways to achieve persistent storage in their Windows container workloads and they will also hear about future direction.
What is your favorite DockerCon moment?
Deep: The Dockercon party in Austin.
What are you looking forward to the most?
Anusha: I’m looking forward to the Docker women’s summit and attending Black Belt sessions.

Just What Is A “Service Mesh”, And If I Get One Will It Make Everything OK?
More on Elton’s session here.

Elton Stoneman 
Docker Developer Advocate

What is your breakout about? 
I’m talking about service meshes – Linkerd and Istio in particular. It’s a technical session so there are lots of demos, but it’s grounded in the practical question – do you really need a service mesh, and is it worth the cost? You’ll learn what a service mesh can do, and how it helps to cut a lot of infrastructure concerns from your code.
What are you most excited about at DockerCon?
I can’t tell you, it’s a secret… But I’m involved in one of our big announcements and it’s going to be a real “this changes everything” moment.
What is your all time favorite DockerCon moment?
In Barcelona, I presented one of the keynote demos with my Docker buddy Lee. We were on the big stage for about 7 minutes, and rehearsing for that took all weekend. Lots of work but great fun and we had a ton of positive feedback.

Microservices-enabled API Server – Routing Across Any Infrastructure
More on their session here.

Brett Inman
Docker Engineering Manager

Alex Hokanson
Docker Infrastructure Engineer

What is your breakout about?
Our session is about how we do service discovery, load balancing, and rate limiting for high-traffic public-facing services like Docker Hub. At Docker we have developed a solution that allows routing web traffic across different workloads and environments . It doesn’t matter if the application is natively running on Ubuntu, via “docker container run”, in Docker Swarm, or in Kubernetes–our solution will get traffic to your service efficiently and even handle containers coming and going!
Why should people go to your session?
Our routing layer is the single most important piece of our infrastructure at Docker and moving that layer from host-based, native applications to Kubernetes was no small feat. Your routing layer shouldn’t slow developers down–see how we give our internal customers even more choice and flexibility!
What’s your favorite DockerCon moment?
Brett I: My favorite moment was meeting a large group of devops people in a Hallway Track and realizing we were all solving the same problems individually, how inefficient that was, and how powerful community and open source can be.
What are you most excited about for DCSF 19?
Alex: Meeting people and learning about how they operationalize Docker.

Thank you all so much and see you at DockerCon!

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For more information:

Register for DockerCon 2019, April 29 – May 2 in San Francisco.
Sign up and attend these additional events, running conjunction with DockerCon:

Women@DockerCon Summit, Monday, April 29th
Open Source Summit, Thursday, May 2nd
Official Docker Training and Certification
Docker Workshops

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Top 5 Ways to Enhance Your DockerCon Experience

DockerCon 2019 is coming soon to San Francisco and and we’ve significantly improved your DockerCon experience based on your feedback. If you haven’t reserved your spot, head over to register today.

DockerCon 2019 is coming soon to San Francisco and and we’ve significantly improved your DockerCon experience based on your feedback. If you haven’t reserved your spot, head over to register today.
After each conference, our team goes through all of your feedback and brainstorms adjustments big and small to make sure DockerCon remains a special experience for you. To everyone that filled out the event survey – thank you! We know it can seem tedious but we appreciate the feedback.
With that in mind, we wanted to share some of the new changes you’ll see in San Francisco:

Role-based Content: This year you can find dedicated tracks on how to use Docker for Developers and for IT Infrastructure & Operations teams. These tracks are led by Docker Captains, customers and Docker Solution Architects sharing their experiences and best practices in building and running apps in containers. And, to make the experience even better – we heard you – and have a new mobile app for attendees.
One Global DockerCon: The community has grown all around the world. To help reach more people with container education, starting with DockerCon San Francisco 2019, we are adjusting our events calendar to feature one DockerCon conference a year and a series of one-day summit events around the world.
No Registration Required: First Come, First Serve Talks: At the heart of experimentation is to try new things and adjust as we learn. Breakout sessions are returning to a first come, first served basis – you don’t need to register to attend. However, you can still add them to your schedule in the agenda builder.
Opportunities to Engage with Open Source: We are excited to spend time in our open source roots. This year, DockerCon features a dedicated track and Open Source Summit to provide a forum to learn about the latest innovation and the container native projects driving our industry. There will be group discussions and opportunities to collaborate with contributors and maintainers and exchange ideas with one another.
Empower Communities: Last year we held our first ever Women’s event featuring a panel discussion and happy hour. After receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback, we have expanded to a half day Women@DockerCon Summit with multiple panels, a workshop and a small registration fee to donate to Black Girls Code.

Join us April 29 – May 2 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA.

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