docker federal summit 2017

TUESDAY MAY 2ND, 2017 | NEWSEUM | WASHINGTON DC

The Docker Federal Summit is an annual event designed for IT ops and app development teams working in Government agencies. We meet to ignite innovation in those agencies using or considering the Docker platform to build, ship and run any application, anywhere. This event is designed to get new users started on their journey to success; prepare managers to achieve ROI and to help everyone at all levels modernize apps, accelerate innovation at lower costs and greater app security.

Registration
Government agency employees FREE
Industry and partner attendees $100

Please enter at the Freedom Forum Entrance located on 6th St. between Pennsylvania Avenue Washington DC

Learn

Get the latest technology updates and practical information from the Docker team, our technology partners and agency IT personnel.

Try

Visit the Learning Lab and try hands on tutorials with the Docker technology. Developer and IT ops tutorials provide first hand experience and Docker mentors will be on hand to answer questions.

Connect

Visit the Technology Mall and explore technology solutions that integrate to and extend Docker. Join a tech huddle for a whiteboarding session and deep dive Q&A..

Agenda

8:00-9:00
Breakfast, Registration and
Technology Mall
Learning Lab is open for self paced tutorials

Learning Lab: Modernize .NET Apps

A separate guide for developers and IT admins looking to migrate monolithic .NET apps. Developers will learn how to break up a sample apps into services while the IT admin guide shows how to migrate, upgrade, patch the app and the underlying Windows Server version all with zero downtime.

Learning Lab: Docker Orchestration

In this lab you can play around with the container orchestration features of Docker. You will deploy a Dockerized application to a single host and test the application. You will then configure Docker Swarm Mode and deploy the same application across multiple hosts. You will then see how to scale the application and move the workload across different hosts easily.

Learning Lab: Deploying Applications with Docker EE (Docker DataCenter)

In this lab you will deploy an application that takes advantage of some of the latest features of Docker EE (Docker Datacenter). The tutorial will lead you through building a compose file that can deploy a full application on UCP in one click.

9:00-10:30
General Session
This keynote session will feature the latest innovations in Docker Enterprise Edition to build a secure and agile software supply chain for federal agency developers and IT teams.
10:40-11:20
Lessons learned in adopting containers in production
Panel by Booz Allen Hamilton
Learning Lab: Docker Orchestration

Lessons learned in adopting containers in production in the government
Moderator: Wyatt Chafee, Booz Allen Chief Technologist
Panelist: Joshua Boyd, Booz Allen Senior Lead Technologist
Panelist: Leo Garciga, JIDO CTO
Panelist: Navin Vembar, GSA CTO
Panelist: Sarah Fahden, USCIS Verification Program Chief

In this panel discussion, we will highlight the lessons learned, insights, and predictions from leaders in the Government based on their experience in the deployment of container technology across their organization.

Learning Lab: Docker Orchestration
Instructors: Bret Fisher, Docker Captain and Phil Estes, Docker Captain

In this lab you can play around with the container orchestration features of Docker. You will deploy a Docker application to a single host and test the application. You will then configure Docker Swarm Mode and deploy the same application across multiple hosts. You will then see how to scale the application and move the workload across different hosts easily.

11:30-12:10
Scaling and Securing Applications on Your Terms
Partner session by HPE

Gold Sponsor Sessions
  • IBM
  • Sysdig

Scaling and Securing Applications on Your Terms
Speaker: Douglas Gerbert, HPE Deputy CT DISA

Security and compliance is top of mind for the US Fed &DoD across their solutions. Docker is advancing this cause with a security first architecture – but what about 2FA, FIPS 140-2 cryptography, etc. on the applications running inside of the containers? This session will explore methods of enabling the organization to enforce such security requirements, at the container level, enabling the DoD and others to control their environment in innovative ways.

Gold Sponsor: Sysdig
Visualizing Your Transition To Containers
Speakers: Loris Degianni, Sysdig CEO and Nirmal Mehta, Booz Allen Chief Technologist

Faster, more agile development is luring many agencies to containers. Join this session to hear real-world advice from container thought leaders who have helped many agencies successfully and smoothly make this transition. See a live demonstration of recommended technology.

Gold Sponsor: IBM
Speed & Agility with Containers-as-a-Service on IBM z Systems and LinuxONE
Speaker: Mo Abdirashid, IBM Innovation Lab Program Manager and System Architect

As open source technologies continue to attract more enterprise developers, enterprise clients are looking for better ways to combine open innovation, agility and efficiency with enterprise quality and performance to gain a competitive edge. This talk focuses on an enterprise use case that shows how you can use an enterprise container management platform such as Docker Datacenter that provides agility, portability and control for both developers and IT operations teams on IBM z Systems & LinuxONE. From scalability and infrastructure perspectives, we will describe how to best scale stateful containers versus typical distributed scale-out models. We will also touch on different strategies for implementing the use case using a microservices-based architecture and DevOps.
12:00-1:20
Lunch and Technology Mall
Learning Lab is open for self paced tutorials

Learning Lab: Modernize .NET Apps

A separate guide for developers and IT admins looking to migrate monolithic .NET apps. Developers will learn how to break up a sample apps into services while the IT admin guide shows how to migrate, upgrade, patch the app and the underlying Windows Server version all with zero downtime.

Learning Lab: Docker Orchestration

In this lab you can play around with the container orchestration features of Docker. You will deploy a Dockerized application to a single host and test the application. You will then configure Docker Swarm Mode and deploy the same application across multiple hosts. You will then see how to scale the application and move the workload across different hosts easily.

Learning Lab: Deploying Applications with Docker EE (Docker Datacenter)

In this lab you will deploy an application that takes advantage of some of the latest features of Docker EE (Docker Datacenter). The tutorial will lead you through building a compose file that can deploy a full application on UCP in one click.

1:20-2:00
Partner Session by Microsoft
Gold Sponsor Sessions
  • Emerging Technology Advisors
  • Cloudera

Platinum Sponsor: Microsoft
Supercharge Your Modern App Development With Docker and Azure Government
Speakers: Eddie Villalba, Microsoft Azure Global Black Belt and Steve Michelotti, Microsoft Chief Evangelist

See how Microsoft Government Cloud accelerates development and deployment of open source containerized solutions using Docker and native cloud capabilities. In this demo-heavy session, Microsoft will showcase managing a Docker swarm running on Ubuntu with ARM templates, allowing DevOps to manage infrastructure the same as they manage code. You will see how to deploy .NET core applications on Linux and integrate with other open source technologies. When you combine Docker’s cross platform support of Linux and Windows containers and Microsoft cloud technologies, you get a supercharged portfolio that can support virtually every enterprise workload. You will also get a glimpse into Azure Container Service which is the simplest way to deploy your container orchestration environment resulting in a faster time to market for new environments and manageability at scale.

Gold Sponsor: ETA
Best Practices: Deploying Docker Data Center on a Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure
Speaker: Alex Rhea, ETA Director of Technology

Most organizations have an evolving cloud strategy. Today, it’s not on premises OR cloud - it’s on premises AND cloud. Workloads are assessed and choices are made so agencies can be cost effective, secure and efficient. With many different public and private clouds to choose from, how will agencies use Docker Datacenter to optimize the infrastructure? In this session learn how to secure configurations and adopt best practices for government to leverage private, public and hybrid cloud.

Gold Sponsor: Cloudera
Cloudera and Docker Deliver Integrated Solution to Transform Secure Data Sharing
Speaker: Rob Morrow, Cloudera Chief Technologist

Federal agencies have stringent requirements to ensure the data and code they employ are continuously protected in transit, at rest and at runtime. To meet this demand, Cloudera and Docker jointly conceived and developed an integrated solution that reaches far beyond downloading open source software and bolting on encryption. Designed to comply with specific U.S. Government data management standards, the offering delivers a seamless method to protect code and data running in a containerized workload. Attend this briefing to understand how this first-to-market, integrated solution offers the U.S. Federal Government a one-of-a-kind, commercially-supported secure container environment, and learn why this operating system and cloud-agnostic solution delivers the tightest definition of secure data sharing available.

2:10-2:50
Federal Compliance Panel Discussion
Learning Lab: Deploying Apps with Docker EE

Federal Compliance Panel Discussion
Moderator: Andrew Weiss, Docker Solutions Engineer
Panelist: Greg Elin, GovReady CEO
Panelist: James Scott, 18F Innovation Specialist & Lead Diversity Engineer
Panelist: Susie Adams, Microsoft Government CTO

Security and regulatory compliance are top of mind for IT organizations across all industries but these requirements are especially important to government agencies whose missions range from public safety, national security, financial regulations and public policy. Agency IT teams have similar needs for speed and agility like their private sector peers while adhering to more stringent security baselines. In this panel, we bring together leaders from 18F and the OpenControl initiative to discuss compliance in the face of rapidly evolving technology, approaches to security standards and participation in projects like OpenControl. This session will provide tips and guidance to help accelerate deployment agency IT projects with the latest resources.

Learning Lab: Deploying Applications with Docker EE (Docker DataCenter)
Instructor: Nirmal Mehta, Booz Allen Chief Technologist and Mike Coleman, Docker Technical Evangelist

In this lab you will deploy an application that takes advantage of some of the latest features of Docker EE (Docker Datacenter). The tutorial will lead you through building a compose file that can deploy a full application on UCP in one click.

3:00-3:40
Docker Secure Substrate: Least Privilege Container Deployment
Learning Lab: Modernizing .NET Apps

Docker Secure Substrate: Least Privilege Container Deployment
Speakers: Andy Clemenko, Docker Solution Architect and Riyaz Faizullabhoy, Docker Security Engineering

The popularity of containers has driven the need for distributed systems that can provide a substrate for container deployments. These systems need the ability to provision and manage resources, place workloads, and adapt in the presence of failures. In particular, container orchestrators make it easy for anyone to manage their container workloads using their cloud-based or on-premise infrastructure. Unfortunately, most of these systems have not been architected with security in mind.Compromise of a less-privileged node can allow an attacker to escalate privileges to either gain control of the whole system, or to access resources it shouldn't have access to. In this talk, we will go over how Docker has been working to build secure blocks that allow you to run a least privilege infrastructure - where any participant of the system only has access to the resources that are strictly necessary for its legitimate purpose. No more, no less.

Learning Lab: Modernize .NET Apps
Instructor: Briana Crabb, Capital One Software Engineer
Instructor: Linda Nichols, ETA Senior Software Engineer

A separate guide for developers and IT admins looking to migrate monolithic .NET apps. Developers will learn how to break up a sample apps into services while the IT admin guide shows how to migrate, upgrade, patch the app and the underlying Windows Server version all with zero downtime.

3:40
Happy Hour

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Sponsors

Platinum

  • Booz Allen has been at the forefront of strategy and technology for over 100 years. Today, the firm provides management and technology consulting and engineering services to corporations, governments, and not-for-profits worldwide.

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  • HPE provides industry-leading products and services, backed by real-world global experience, to deliver transformation and innovation. We enable government to go further, faster.

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  • Microsoft Azure Government is the most trusted cloud for mission-critical government workloads.

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  • Cloudera delivers the world’s fastest, easiest, and most secure platform for data management and analytics, built on Apache Hadoop and the latest open source technologies.

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  • Emerging Technology Advisors (ETA) is a professional services firm focused on helping clients modernize their infrastructure, architecture, and business processes in both cloud and on-premises environments.

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  • What are your docker containers doing? Sysdig is the most powerful container-native monitoring and troubleshooting solution. We natively integrate with the entire container ecosystem for deep

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