Get ready to RUMBLE with MayaData and OpenEBS at Kubecon San Diego’19

KubeCon San Diego is less than a week away, and at MayaData, we are as excited and thrilled as we can be.

Our team of experts from MayaData and OpenEBS will be hanging out at booth #SE23. Visit us, get a demo of all the MayaData offerings, and pick up some cool MayaData swag. The 4-day conference starts Nov 18th, 2019, and finishes Nov 21st, 2019.

WE WILL BE AT KUBECON SAN DIEGO

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon is the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference that gathers technologists and adopters from the leading Cloud-Native and Open Source communities. Attendees get the opportunity to interact with members of Kubernetes, Prometheus, OpenTracing, gRPC, Fluentd, rkt, containerd, CNI, Jaeger, Envoy, Notary, Vitess, CoreDNS, TUF, NATS, Helm, and Linkerd communities as they gather over four days to further the advancement and education of cloud-native computing.

In this blog, I’ll give a quick recap of the previous KubeCons and KubeCon San Diego 2019. Also, at the end of the blog, I have some exciting news to share (free beer!). Without further adieu, let’s get started.

The KubeAcademy organized and ran the inaugural KubeCon conference in November 2015 in San Francisco. KubeCon rapidly grew from 500 attendees in 2015 to about 8000+ of closest Kubernetes friends at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2018. That’s a 1500 percent attendance increase in four years of KubeCon North America.

KubeCon North America 2015

The Kubernetes ecosystem has noticeably matured over the last year. Kubernetes has become the most viable way for companies to build new or modernize existing applications in a cloud environment. KubeCon San Diego 2019 will witness about 12,000 attendees. Amazing, isn’t it?

For those presenting, a piece of advice for your presentation would be to make sure it is well-reviewed and that you have practiced it several times. Read about our personal experiences from KubeCon Europe 2019 and KubeCon North America 2018.

Also, here’s a checklist of what needs to be brought to make sure your event is more enjoyable and fruitful

  1. A laptop.
  2. A bag - to carry all the swag :D
  3. Freed up phone memory - to capture the images.
  4. Select the talks/speakers you would like to listen to in advance.
  5. At least 20 business cards per day when you’re at the conference.
  6. Pin your Kubecon registration email to pick up the pass easily at the entrance.
  7. Ensure to sleep well and be rested for the next days’ events.
  8. Pack your best smile and spread cheer at one of CNCF’s largest events.

Last but not least, we have an exciting FREE Kubernetes and OpenEBS technical workshop and Meetup event at KubeCon San Diego, on Nov 18th, 2019.Register for the joint webinar by MayaData and D2iQ

The Kubernetes and OpenEBS Workshop starts at 10:30 AM, followed by a happy hour, which begins at 05:30 PM hosting local micro-breweries on the rooftop along with fireside chat with some key Kubernetes and OpenEBS Contributors. For registrations and more details, click here.

Not attending Kubecon? No worries, we’ve got you covered. Register for the joint webinar by MayaData and D2iQ on Nov 18th, 2019. In this webinar, we will share the best practices for Kubernetes data management and what are the benefits of using OpenEBS & OpenEBS Director by MayaData.

Have funKubeCon is all about community, and we’re excited to meet you. Don’t forget to stop by our booth #SE23 to meet us.

See you there!

 

 

Utkarsh Mani Tripathi
Utkarsh is a maintainer of jiva project and has contributed in building both control and data plane of OpenEBS. He loves to learn about file-system, distributed systems and networking. Currently, he is mainly focusing on enhancing jiva and maya-exporter In his free time, he loves to write poems and make lip smacking dishes
Chuck Piercey
Chuck Piercey is a Silicon Valley product manager with experience shipping more than 15 products in several different market segments representing a total of $2.5Bn revenue under both commercial and open source business models. Most recently he has been working for MayaData, Inc. focused on software-defined storage, network, and compute for Kubernetes environments. Chuck occasionally writes articles about the technology industry.
Sagar Kumar
Sagar is a software engineer at Mayadata who loves coding and solving real-world problems. He has been playing with Kubernetes for the last couple of years. Currently, he is focused on building OpenEBS Director as the go-to solution for OpenEBS users. In his free time, he loves playing cricket and traveling.