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Cloud Native/Kubernetes 101 Training Roadshow: Pacific Northwest 2017

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  • Renaissance Seattle Hotel

    515 Madison Street, Seattle, WA (map)

    47.606911 -122.330688

  • Kubernauts! We're excited to join with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and Linux Foundation to kick-off a new year of Kubernetes with the first ever Northwest Cloud Native roadshow. 

    Our friends at the CNCF will be visiting us here in the Northwest to offer end users, developers, students, and other community members a chance to learn how to use Kubernetes and other cloud native technologies in production. 

    Space is limited, so we encourage members to sign-up soon to take advantage of some great training provided by the CNCF.


    Attendees will leave the training with an understanding of how users are implementing cloud native computing -- orchestrated containers as part of a microservice architecture -- instead of virtual machines. Real-world Kubernetes use cases at Amadeus, LeShop, Produban/Santander, and FICO will be presented. A detailed walk through of Prometheus (monitoring system), OpenTracing (tracing standard) and Fluentd (logging) projects and each level of the stack will also be provided.

    Trainers include: 

    · Dan Kohn (@dankohn1), Executive Director, Cloud Native Computing Foundation

    · Isaac Arias (@iketweets), Sr. Director Worldwide Solutions Engineering, Apprenda

    · Brian Gracely (@bgracely), Director of Product Strategy, Red Hat


    Register early as space is limited. Use the code NWMEETAMB to receive 50% off registration! Tickets are being kept cheap at $15.00 per person. 

    Tickets are also available through the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s diversity scholarship program. Email [masked] to inquire.


    Renaissance Seattle

    515 Madison Street

    Seattle, WA


    You can commute via train, bus, or car. There is street and garage parking. 

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