• Kubernetes 2nd Birthday party with DigitalOcean and the NYC K8s Meetup crew

    Come celebrate Kubernetes' second birthday with our friends from the NYC Kubernetes Meetup group. We will be meeting at the DigitalOcean NYC Office to celebrate! Let's get together, eat some BBQ and reflect on another year of great accomplishments by the community. Please register on the Kubernetes NYC Meetup page so we can maintain a unified attendee list: https://www.meetup.com/New-York-Kubernetes-Meetup/events/240243488/ ^ RSVP here to join the party!

  • Celebrating our birthday with talks about security, open source, and Kubernetes!

    CoreOS turns 4 this year! Join the distributed systems community in DigitalOcean's office to celebrate all we've accomplished together so far. We'll have food and drinks to share. It's our birthday, but you get the gifts. We'll be giving away swag, shirts, stickers - the works. Come meet your fellow community members and take part in the festivities on July 13; doors open at 6:00 p.m. ***Professional childcare is available. If interested, please email community at coreos dot com by 12 pm on May 10th to reserve a spot for your child.*** 6 pm Dinner and Drinks 6:30 pm Evan Cordell, Software Engineer (Quay), CoreOS Evan Cordell is a software engineer tackling security challenges at CoreOS, where he has contributed to The Update Framework, Quay's image signing service, and Docker Notary. Before joining CoreOS, Evan earned a mathematics degree from Tulane University, and worked on security at LocalMed for 3 years ensuring HIPAA compliance. He’s passionate about and contributes to the macaroons project, an open source authentication alternative to cookies. Laissez le bon TUF rouler (Let the TUF times roll!) How do we securely distribute updates from a container package repository to hosts running containers? This talk will give an overview of several trust solutions, and how they fail to provide freshness guarantees or prevent Man-in-the-middle attacks. Then it will discuss how The Update Framework addresses these problems, and explain how CoreOS implements a trust solution using the Updated Framework in the Quay container registry. 7:10 pm Paul Burt, Community Manager, CoreOS Paul Burt is a Community Manager at CoreOS. He’s upvoting your /r/kubernetes threads and answering your #coreos questions on freeNode. Paul has a knack for and demystifying infrastructure, and making gnarly, complex topics approachable. He enjoys home brewing beer, reading independent comics, and yelling at his computer when it doesn’t do what he wants. Kubernetes 1.7, and Why You (Yes You!) Should Contribute What’s new in Kubernetes 1.7? Paul will cover what’s worth getting excited about. He’ll cover our favorites at CoreOS. Then, given the birthday theme, he’ll also reflect on our time in the Kubernetes community. Why do we invest so heavily in open source at CoreOS? What does it mean to contribute? Finally, he’ll give a gentle nudge as to why you should get involved too. 7:30 pm Ariel Jatib Alonso, Strategy + Design, Cofounder, StackPointCloud Ariel Jatib leads UX and marketing at Stackpoint.io, a SaaS tool for deploying and managing Kubernetes clusters at leading cloud providers. He also organizes and brands various Kubernetes Meetups around the world, including the NYC group. A SaaS design veteran of 15 years, he is an advocate for design systems, goal-driven software development and iterative methodologies. He’s the tall guy in the room and yes -- he plays basketball. Find him on Twitter at @arieljatib and in the gym on Sunday mornings working on his jump shot. Being Part of the OSS Community, Particularly Kubernetes Ariel is a designer by trade, but a Jack-of-all-trades by design. He’s built a few profitable businesses, and his latest venture focuses on Kubernetes. Open Source Software has been a big enabler for him. His talk will focus on what he’s building at StackPoint.io, and how it’s empowered by liberal application of OSS through the stack.

  • CoreOS Fest 2017

    Pier 27

    Join us at CoreOS Fest (https://coreos.com/fest/) May 31st-June 1st at Pier 27 in San Francisco to celebrate and explore container technology and distributed systems with your peers. As the only Kubernetes conference on the west coast in 2017, attendees will join over 800 members of the open source and Kubernetes communities for two days of talks, panels, and all things distributed systems. Register today to take part in the conversation about the technology that is driving application development and delivery. **YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO ATTEND** Don’t miss out on the early bird ticket price of $495! After April 26th, Fest passes will be the full price of $595. Buy your ticket today (https://coreos.com/fest)! Thank you to our sponsors Google, Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Datadog, Wercker, Tigera, sysdig, Instana, OpenStack, Wavefront, Aqua, and Buoyant.

  • Leak like Snowden: a beginners guide to GPG, email sec, and crypto

    For this event, you'll need to sign up on the SplashThat page: https://securitymeetup.splashthat.com/ (https://securitymeetup.splashthat.com/) This class is geared at absolutely anyone, including beginners! It will be particularly useful to anyone passionate about journalism, academia, activism, and etc. How to communicate securely via email: A beginner's guide Join us for the first meetup of 2017 for an email encryption class! The first part of class will be a short presentation. The instructors will cover basic concepts of encryption and email security and why someone might want to use encrypted email. We'll then discuss some of the vulnerabilities of encrypted email and the basics of encryption itself. The second part of class will be a hands on demonstration that will teach participants how to setup a GPG key, push their GPG key to a public key server, and trade their keys with their peers. Participants will have the opportunity to write and send and decrypt their own encrypted messages. Please bring whatever kind of computer you would like to use. Instructors can help with set up on MacOS, Windows, or Linux. Food & beer will be served. For this event, you'll need to sign up on the SplashThat page: https://securitymeetup.splashthat.com/ (https://securitymeetup.splashthat.com/) See you there!

  • Official After Party for Tectonic Summit by CoreOS

    Join us for the official Tectonic Summit by CoreOS after party on Monday, December 12 at 7:30 pm at Tribeca Grill. Sponsored by Sysdig the event will not only have great conversations with leaders in the Kubernetes and distributed systems industry, but there will be a live band brought to you by Ticketmaster. Please RSVP here if you can make it, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tectonic-summit-after-party-by-sysdig-tickets-30060446605 For more information on Tectonic Summit, check out the full schedule here, https://tectonic.com/summit/#schedule Bring your party hat! We can't wait to celebrate a year of innovation in distributed systems with you!

  • Tectonic Summit by CoreOS - The Enterprise Kubernetes Event

    The CoreOS team is heading to New York for Tectonic Summit, the enterprise Kubernetes event, brought to you by CoreOS. Happening December 12 and 13 in NYC, the event is featuring great enterprise Kubernetes use cases, exciting news out of CoreOS and of course a lot of networking with your favorite Kubernetes ecosystem friends. Learn more here, https://tectonic.com/summit/# Some of the highlighted speakers include: -Brendan Burns, a founder of Kubernetes -Kelsey Hightower, Kubernetes Evangelist -Justin Dean, SVP, Platform and Technical Operations (TechOps), Ticketmaster -Nishi Davidson, Cloud Architecture & Engineering, SAP -Luigi Mercone, Managing Director Enterprise Engineering & Architecture, Bank of New York Mellon -Brian Aznar, Director of Engineering, Major League Soccer -Tory Toman, Director of Engineering, Planet And more! You can see the full schedule here, https://tectonic.com/summit/#schedule, full of talks, parties and events. If you don't have your ticket yet, register with our 20% off community code to attend here, https://tectonicsummit16.eventbrite.com?discount=CoreSpecial20 Or email us at community(at)coreos.com if you would like to attend. Our team will help you get registered. We hope to see you and end the year on a Kubernetes high note. **YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO ATTEND THE CONFERENCE

  • Introduction to Kubernetes Hands-on Workshop


    We'll be hearing from Josh Rosso, Services Engineer at CoreOS, who will teach a hands-on introduction to Kubernetes workshop. You'll leave the class knowing why Kubernetes is the leading container orchestration tool, how to run container applications on a Kubernetes cluster, how to connect those applications to each other and to the wider network, and how to monitor and manage pod lifecycles. There will also be plenty of tasty beer, food, and socializing. Join us! 6:30 pm Dinner & Drinks 7:00 pm Josh Rosso, Services Engineer at CoreOS Introduction to Kubernetes Workshop Kick-off your journey to becoming a DevOps master by learning Kubernetes from the ground up. We will start with an introduction to etcd and distributed consensus, then learn about Kubernetes APIs and object primitives. By the end of this hands-on workshop, you'll be ready to deploy, manage, and scale container-based applications using Kubernetes. Bring a laptop to follow along!

  • CoreOS + Packet August Meetup


    Join us at the new ebay office in NYC for a fun and educational evening. We’ll start off with dinner, drinks, and an intro to Clair talk by Joey Schorr. Then, Aaron Welch from Packet will close out the evening with a talk on managing iptables to lock down CoreOs. Please note: our wonderful host ebay needs a list of attendees the day before the event for building security purposes, so all attendees must RSVP by noon eastern time on 8/28. Child care will also be provided. Please send the name and age of the child to [masked] . Looking forward to seeing you there! 6 pm Dinner and Networking 6:30 pm Introduction to Clair An in-depth look at Clair and how to use it. Joey Schorr, CoreOS 7:00 pm Break 7:10 pm pktables Learn how Packet locks down their important CoreOS hosts with iptables using pktables, a python-based rules generator that dynamically builds rules based on the servers and ip space of a Packet project. Aaron Welch, Packet 7:30 pm More Food and Networking

  • Kubernetes NYC Birthday BBQ Party


    CoreOS (https://coreos.com/) is partnering up with Google, Datadog, Apprenda, RedHat and StackPointCloud to ring in Kubernetes' first birthday on Thursday, July 21st, 6-9 pm. Since summer is in full swing we are celebrating with BBQ, drinks, cake, and more for all attendees. We'll kick off the event with Kubernetes lightning talks and then bring out the yard games. 6:00 PM - Social 6:30 PM - 6:40 PM: Google: Brian Suk, Solutions Engineer 6:45 PM - 6:55 PM: CoreOS: Josh Wood, DocOps 7:00 PM - 7:10 PM: Univa Corporation: Greg Shwec, Director of Financial Services 7:15 PM - 7:25 PM: Apprenda: Kismatic co-founder: Joseph Jacks, Director 7:30 PM - 7:40 PM: Red Hat: Diogenes Rettori, Principal Product Manager 7:45 PM - 7:55 PM: Datadog: Ilan Rabinovitch, Technical Community Director 7:55 - 8:00 PM: Stackpoint Cloud: Ariel Jatib, Community Organizer 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM: Party We are looking forward to celebrating all the presents Kubernetes has brought us to date and all the future GIFEE presents to come. A very big THANK YOU to Work-Bench (https://www.work-bench.com/) for hosting us, and Datadog, RedHat, Apprenda, Univa and Google for sponsoring.

  • CoreOS Fest SF Satellite Event

    111 Minna

    Come join CoreOS in San Francisco if you can't make it to Berlin for CoreOS Fest (https://coreos.com/fest/)! The CoreOS Fest SF satellite event (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/coreos-fest-san-francisco-satellite-event-tickets-22705108591) on Monday, May 9 will celebrate all things CoreOS - CoreOS Linux, etcd, rkt, Clair, flannel and more - while also talking about the latest with Kubernetes, systemd, Deis and more. The SF event is a one day event with your favorite open source distributed systems topics. We'll live stream the keynotes from Berlin at breakfast and then kick off the live keynotes and talks specific for the SF audience. In addition to great content, your ticket ensures you breakfast, lunch, amazing coffee sponsored by SignalFX and a happy hour that kicks off at 4 pm brought to you by Google and Intel. **YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO ATTEND** Space is limited so confirm your attendance by buying a CoreOS Fest SF Satellite ticket today for only $75, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/coreos-fest-san-francisco-satellite-event-tickets-22705108591 Or if you want to go international with us, we invite you to join us in Berlin. You can learn more about the schedule and buy your ticket here, https://coreos.com/fest/ Thank you to our amazing sponsors Intel (http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/homepage.html), Google (https://cloud.google.com/), Project Calico (http://www.projectcalico.org/),SignalFX (https://signalfx.com/), Deis (https://deis.com/), Sysdig (http://sysdig.com/), StorageOS (http://storageos.com/), DataDog (http://datadog.com/), OpenStack Foundation (http://www.openstack.org/), Wercker (http://wercker.com/), ScaleFT (http://scaleft.com/) and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (https://cncf.io/).