With just 2 weeks away from DockerCon LIVE going, LIVE, we are humbled by the tremendous response from almost 50,000 Docker developers and community members, from beginner to expert, who have registered for the event.
DockerCon LIVE would not be complete without our ecosystem of partners who contribute to, and shape, the future of software development. They will be showcasing their products and solutions, and sharing the best practices they have culminated in working with the best developers and organizations across the globe.
We are pleased to announce the agenda for our Container Ecosystem Track with sessions built just for devs. In addition to actionable takeaways, their sessions will feature interactive, live Q&A, and so much more. Check out the incredible lineup:
Access Logging Made Easy With Envoy and Fluent Bit – Carmen Puccio, Principal Solutions Architect | AWS
Docker Desktop + WSL 2 Integration Deep Dive – Simon Ferquel, Senior Software Developer | Docker | Microsoft
Experience Report: Running a Distributed System Across Kubernetes Clusters – Chris Seto, Software Engineer | Cockroach Labs
Securing Your Containerized Applications with NGINX – Kevin Jones, Senior Product Manager | NGINX
You Want To Kubernetes? You MUST Know Docker! – Angel Rivera, Developer Advocate | CircleCI
Kubernetes at Datadog Scale – Ara Pulido, Technical Evangelist | Datadog
The Evolution of Tracing Containerized Environments – Devon Lawler, Head of Sales Engineering | Epsagon
Monitoring in a Microservices World – Fabian Stäber, Java developer | Instana
Blimp – Docker Compose in the Cloud – Ethan Jackson, Founder, CEO | Kelda
Tinkertoys, Microservices, and Feature Management: How to Build for the Future – Heidi Waterhouse, Principal Developer Advocate | LaunchDarkly
Peeking inside your containers and infrastructure – Mike Elsmore, Developer Advocate | Logz.io
Your Container has Vulnerabilities. Now What? – Jim Armstrong, Product Marketing Director, Container Security | Snyk
Register for DockerCon LIVE today and we’ll see you in two weeks.