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CoreOS turns 4 this year! Join the distributed systems community in the CoreOS San Francisco office to celebrate all we've accomplished together so far. We'll have a taco bar and drinks to share. Come meet your fellow community members and take part in the festivities on July 13; doors open at 6:00 p.m.

*Please bring your laptop with you.*

***Professional childcare is available. If interested, please email community at coreos dot com by 12 pm on July 12th to reserve a spot for your child.***

6 pm

Dinner and Drinks

6:30 pm

Duffie Cooley, Solutions Engineer, CoreOS

Duffie Cooley is a Solutions Engineer here at CoreOS. He is Father and a Husband and spends as much time as he can making the world a better place.

Kubectl Tips and Tricks

Kubectl is a familiar tool if you use Kubernetes, and it has a broad functionality that takes time to master; it can be a more powerful tool than many people expect. Great resources exist for working with the kubectl command line interface. This is a collection of tips and tricks that will allow you to expand your ability to work with kubectl. Be sure to take a look at the cheat sheet (https://kubernetes.io/docs/user-guide/kubectl-cheatsheet/) in the kubernetes.io docs section as well!

Content to be covered:

https://coreos.com/blog/kubectl-tips-and-tricks and if we have time: https://coreos.com/blog/kubectl-unix-pipes

7:15 pm

Mike Stowe, Community Guy, Tigera

Michael Stowe is a professional, Zend Certified Engineer with over 10 years experience building applications for law enforcement, the medical field, nonprofits, and numerous industrial companies. Over the last several years he has been focused on APIs and ways to improve industry standards and efficiency. He now works for Tigera, a company on the leading edge of network virtualization, scaling, and security. You can view slides from his other talks at http://mikestowe.com/slides or follow him: @mikegstowe

Secure Networking for Kubernetes

Setting up scalable networking is difficult enough - let alone worrying about security and policy based isolation. Thankfully, it couldn't be easier with Canal - a community driven initiative that gives you two of the best-in-breed netwrking solutions for cloud native applications: Flannel and Project Calico. In this session we'll look at why these two components are so important, and how you too can easily add secure networking to your favorite CNI based orchestrator.