Spinnaker 1.0 Launch Party

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Join us to celebrate the launch of Spinnaker 1.0 (https://cloudplatform.googleblog.com/2017/06/spinnaker-10-continuous-delivery.html) release and chat about the future of software delivery! We're planning to have Netflix and Google teams present what has been accomplished so far (key use-cases, supported workflows etc) and unveil some the plans for the future. Followed by lightning talks from the community members (Google, Microsoft, Lookout, Optimizely, Armory) and interactive discussion.


6:00pm: Doors open. Refreshments and food.
6:30pm: Spinnaker - The Road from 1.0 to 2.0 - Andy Glover, Christopher Sanson
7:00pm: How to contribute to Spinnaker - Matt Duftler
7:15pm: Lightning Talks from Spinnaker community
8:00pm: Interactive Q&A
9:00pm-late: After party

Lightning Talks (8):

Best Practices with Spinnaker and Your Existing Configuration Management Solution (chef, puppet etc) - Isaac Mosquera/Armory

Monitoring Spinnaker SLAs with SLAyer and Prometheus- Rohit Rohitasva/Lookout

Spinnaker setup speed run with Halyard - Lars Wander/Google

Running Spinnaker on AWS - Andrew Backes/Armory

Instrumenting Database Migrations with Spinnaker- Brandon Leach/Lookout

12Factor on Spinnaker: Separating Config from Code - Heph Adams/Optimizely

5 min Guide on using Helm to install Spinnaker on Kubernetes - Carter Morgan/Google

Spinnaker on Azure - Eric Jizba/Microsoft


Google LaunchPad @ 301 Howard St, 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105, USA. The space is wheelchair accessible via elevator on the 1st floor.


Andy Glover is the Engineering Manager for Netflix's Delivery Engineering Team, creators of Spinnaker. Before joining Netflix, he served as the CTO of App47, where he lead the development of a SaaS Mobile Application Management platform. Andy is also the co-author of Addison Wesley's "Continuous Integration" book.

Christopher Sanson is the Product Manager for Cloud Container Builder, Spinnaker, and Cloud CICD at Google. Prior to joining Google he ran his own software development company, building web and mobile apps for companies from startups to the Fortune 100.

Matt Duftler is a Software Engineer at Google. He is the Tech Lead for Spinnaker at Google, and led the Google Compute Engine/Spinnaker integration work.

Eric Jizba is a Software Engineer at Microsoft. He works on the Azure Tools team, focused on making it easier for developers to leverage the cloud. Before Spinnaker, he worked on tools for Azure Service Fabric.

Isaac Mosquera is the cofounder and CTO of Armory. Previously, he was SVP of Engineering at ShareThis and cofounder/CTO of Socialize, AppMakr, and Point About.

Brandon Leach is the Engineering Manager for Lookout's Continuous Delivery Team. He is currently leading the build out of Lookout's CD platform using Spinnaker. Brandon is passionate about enabling companies to ship better software faster, and his background includes software delivery automation and large scale distributed systems engineering.

Rohit Rohitasva is the Lead Engineer on the Lookout's Continuous Delivery Team. He is currently working on rebuilding Lookout's CD platform using Spinnaker. Rohit is passionate about building robust and scalable CI/CD pipelines and is always looking for new ways to enable Engineers to go faster.

Lars Wander is a Software Engineer at Google. He led the Kubernetes/Spinnaker integration work and is leading the Halyard effort (a tool for configuring, installing, and updating Spinnaker).

Heph Adams is the DevOps Lead at Optimizely where he works to enable self-service operations for developers and product teams. He's currently leveraging Spinnaker for PCI-Compliant continuous delivery of Docker containers in AWS.

Andrew Backes is a Principal Engineer at Armory. Prior to joining Armory, Andrew was a Sr Engineer at ShareThis where he was largely responsible for implementing a CI/CD platform that increased deployments from 5 per month to 2500 per month.

Carter Morgan, a Developer Programs Engineer at Google, co-created the Udacity course "Scalable Microservices with Kubernetes" and presented "Best Practices for Orchestrating the Cloud with Kubernetes" at Google IO16. On the side, he teaches presentation skills to other Googlers. Before Google, Carter was coding for the United States Air Force and for Microsoft. In his free time, he's a regular in the local Seattle standup comedy scene.


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Armory - Video Recording, Refreshments and After Party

Armory provides Enterprise Continuous Deployment for the Cloud. Build on Spinnaker, we provide 24/7 support, disaster recovery and monitoring to make sure you're able to deploy at anytime. Sign up for a free trial. http://www.armory.io/

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