Hosted by: The Fabric and ElasticBox
Containers / Dockers have come into mainstream use as Enterprises develop applications with Microservice architecture and look to better utilization of the underlying infrastructure. Enterprises are relying on containers for performance and cost optimization to moving applications between public cloud and private cloud.
This meetup is planned to discuss the tools and services that better help enterprises manage containers in production environments.
Speakers from Rackspace, ElasticBox, Google and Perspica will bring unique perspective from startup and established points of view to this relatively new trend.
RackSpace - Alexander Scammon
ElasticBox - Brannan Matherson
Google - Phil Wittrock
Perspica - JF Huard
Read Speakers Bio below:
Alexander Scammon, Rackspace
Director of Software Development
A galvanizing leader in business and cloud computing. 20+ years experience in the Software industry developing strategy and implementing business initiatives.
His focus is on running two SaaS products for Rackspace: Monitoring and Metrics.
Phillip Wittrock, Google
Staff Software Engineer
Phillip Wittrock is a Staff Software Engineer at Google, where he has been building apps related infrastructure since 2008. He graduated with an MS in Computer Science from UCSB and loved every minute of his time there.
He is currently working on Kubernetes User Experience.
JF Huard, Perspica
Founder and CTO
Passionate about product design, architecture and technology, JF is a hands-on leader in analytics, platform integration and enterprise system management software. His work and research interests have focused on the application of data science within complex IT environments. For the last 20 years, he has grown and managed technical organizations of various sizes and developed new products incorporating real-time data analysis and detection. Under his technical leadership at Netuitive, the company was recognized by Red Herring as one of the 100 most innovative private technology companies, and its products won awards such as the Morgan Stanley CTO Innovation Award, CODiE Best Systems Management, and Best of VMworld.