Attending ContainerCon in Seattle this year? Co-located with CloudOpen and LinuxCon, ContainerCon is focused on bringing contributors working with containers, the Linux kernel, and other components together to continue improving the Linux container ecosystem.
As you might expect, there’s quite a few talks on the schedule related to Project Atomic or components important to Atomic (like Kubernetes). Here’s a sample of talks you might want to plan on seeing:
- Managing Kubernetes and OpenShift with ManageIQ – Alissa Bonas
- Understanding Atomic: Under the Hood of an Atomic Host – Joe Brockmeier
- Docker for Developers – Michael Hrivnak
- Lightweight Openstack Benchmarking Service with Rally and Docker – Swapnil Kuikarni
- VDSM in a Box: The Journey of the oVirt Hypervisor Into the Container World & Project Atomic – Anayoly Litovsky
- What Does Kubernetes Get Me? – Eric Paris
- Persistent Storage for Containers with Kubernetes and OpenShift – Mark Turansky
- Super Privileged Containers – Daniel J. Walsh
- Container Security – Daniel J. Walsh
- Containerizing Distributions – Colin Walters
- Building Clustered Applications with Kubernetes and Docker – Steve Watt
If you’re going to be at LinuxCon, CloudOpen, and ContainerCon, be sure to drop by the Red Hat booth to say hello as well. We’ll have some Project Atomic swag and would love to hear about your experience with Atomic or questions you might have.