TAG App Delivery at Kubecon EU 2023
At Kubecon EU next week TAG App Delivery will bring together cloud-native application developers and framework builders to meet each other and share insights and knowledge. Our goal is to make cloud development better for all by gathering feedback, finding synergies and guiding both users and projects.
To this end the TAG will host the following lightning talk meetups. The list of talks and presenters follows below.
- a pre-day meetup in RAI Room D301, Congress Center
- a booth meetup on Wednesday 4/19 at 3:00pm in booth K1 in the CNCF Project Pavilion in the Solutions Hall
- a booth meetup on Thursday 4/20 at 1:30pm in booth K1 in the CNCF Project Pavilion in the Solutions Hall
In addition to these meetings and talks, the TAG will host booth K1 in the project pavilion in the first half of each conference day. Stop by any time to chat with us and learn more about the TAG; initiatives related to operators, GitOps, Platforms and more; and App Delivery-related CNCF projects.
Also, if you work on an open source project related to app delivery and don’t have your own booth, you’re welcome to reserve the TAG booth for a session describing your project! Please DM Josh Gavant on CNCF Slack to coordinate.
Pre-day meetup - Tuesday
|13:00||TAG General Review||TAG Leads|
|13:30||Lightning Talks on Application Delivery|
|–||Porting CloudFoundry Abstractions on Kubernetes||Ram Iyengar|
|–||Platform Maturity Model||Abby Bangser|
|–||Project Unox - A platform showcase experiment||Gopal Ramachandran|
|–||Burden of Responsibility in cloud-native App Development||Colin Griffin|
|–||Tailored Platforms on top of Kubernetes||Mauricio Salatino|
|14:30||TAG Work in Progress Review||WG Leads|
|15:30||Lightning Talks on Application Delivery|
|–||Capabilities of Portals||Josh Gavant|
|–||K8sGPT brings superpowers to everyone||Alex Jones|
|–||Enable secure self-service access to Kubernetes clusters with Paralus||Abhinav Mishra|
|–||Microcks intro: The Open-source Kubernetes Native tool for API Mocking and Testing||Yacine Kheddache|
|–||Identity-defined Microservice Networks||Karthik Prabhakar|
Booth meetups - Wednesday and Thursday
As mentioned above, we’ll hold meetups with lightning talks on App Delivery topics at booth K1 on Wednesday at 3:00pm and Thursday at 1:30pm.
The schedule for the booth follows:
|Apr 19 @ 10:30 - 16:00||Booth open|
|Apr 19 @ 15:00 - 16:00||Meetup and Lightning Talks|
|–||ClickOps over GitOps||Laszlo Fogas|
|–||Implementing the pattern of “as-a-Service” (using Kratix)||Abby Bangser|
|–||Monitoring-As-Code with Crossplane||Matthias Luebken|
|–||Using GitOps for AWS Serverless Infrastructure||Carlos Santana|
|–||Far Beyond Virtual Clusters||Dario Tranchitella|
|–||GitOps made easy for any applications with PipeCD||Khanh Tran|
|Apr 20 @ 10:30 - 14:30||Booth open|
|Apr 20 @ 13:30 - 14:30||Meetup and presentations|
|–||ReleaseOps: GitOps for the People||Lian Li|
|–||Composable Platforms with Carvel||Thomas Vitale|
|–||Making “Tenants” first-class citizens in Kubernetes with Capsule||Dario Tranchitella|
|Apr 21 @ 10:30 - 12:30||Booth open|
Last but not least, join TAG leads on Thursday for a session describing how applications, operators, GitOps and platforms come together to enable efficient and delightful cloud-native application delivery.
Hope to see you in Amsterdam!