Session + Live Q&A

The Kubernetes Expert Panel

Kubernetes helps us better manage the complexities of operating microservices. It helps provide sets of abstractions for deploying and running our services. However, these benefits don’t always come easy. In the Kubernetes Expert Panel, we bring together several Kubernetes knowledge leaders to discuss some of the tricker bits around security, networking, and essential complexity of operating Kubernetes. You can expect conversation around service meshes (sidecar and no sidecar), container runtimes, and leveraging Kubernetes as a foundation for the platform you’re building. After some conversation, we’ll open it up to the audience to have your questions answered.


Speaker

Matt Turner

Site Reliability Engineer @MarshallWace

Matt is an SRE at Marshall Wace, a London asset manager. Matt's team is responsible for infrastructure, on-prem and public-cloud, security, and developer experience. Marshall Wace's platform has it all - old and new, Kubernetes and Kerberos. Matt has done Dev, sometimes with added Ops,...

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Speaker

Liz Rice

Chief Open Source Officer @Isovalent

Liz Rice is Chief Open Source Officer with cloud native networking and security specialists Isovalent, creators of the Cilium eBPF-based networking project. She is chair of the CNCF's Technical Oversight Committee, and was Co-Chair of KubeCon...

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Speaker

Phil Estes

Principal Engineer @AWS, Containerd Maintainer, & Technical Oversight Board of OCI

Phil is a Principal Engineer with Amazon Web Services (AWS), focused on core container technologies that power various AWS container offerings. Phil has spent the last several years actively working on various open source technologies and standards across the cloud native ecosystem. He is a...

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Speaker

Daniel Mangum

Software Engineer @Upbound & Crossplane Maintainer

Daniel Mangum is a Staff Software Engineer at Upbound and a maintainer of Crossplane, an open source CNCF project. He has served in a variety of roles in the upstream Kubernetes project, most recently as a Tech Lead of SIG Release, and is active in multiple other open source circles. Daniel is...

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