The community container and dynamic infrastructure (un)conference comes to the East Coast for the first time: Boston on June 5-6, 2015.
ContainerDays Boston is a community (un)conference to encourage discussion and learning on the subject of containers and dynamic infrastructure generally. The programme is a mix of OpenSpaces sessions and talks from users, contributors and extenders from all corners of the space.
Whether you're an expert or new to the space, there'll be plenty for you to learn and discuss. It's an unconference, so you get to pick the topics!Sold out
If you've never been to an unconference or OpenSpaces event before, don't worry - it's a really easy format to get into. You may want to read this for some background.
From real-world implementation lessons to hands-on getting started workshops, we're trying to ensure there's something here for everyone - whether you're a container expert or are only just getting started, or can make both Friday and Saturday or attend only one of the days.
We're looking forward to thought-provoking talks and discussions, but at some point you'll also want to get your hands dirty. That's why the second half of Saturday is all about workshops, where you can team up and spend some keyboard time trying out interesting ideas and technologies.
We'd like to apply the unconference idea to the workshops, too. There'll certainly be some guided, step-by-step sessions if you're looking to get started. But we're also encouraging you to team up with a couple of other participants, get hold of one of the speakers, sponsors or other experts running around, and try out some of the tools and concepts that come up in discussion.
Please note that the programme is provisional and subject to change.
|09:00-09:30am||Registration||Welcome to the first ContainerDays Boston|
|09:30-10:00am||Welcome, introduction, Open Spaces explanation|
|10:00-10:45am||A Brief History of Containers slides 1 2 video||Jeff Victor & Kir Kolyshkin|
|10:45-11:00am||Coffee break & exhibitor time||Also time to make OpenSpaces & workshop topic suggestions!|
|11:05-11:50am||Elastic Load Balancing at Scale with Mesos and Docker slides||Stephen Salinas, HubSpot|
|11:05-11:50am||Kubernetes: Container Orchestration at Scale slides video||Max Forbes, Google|
|11:50-12:10pm||OpenSpaces "ignite-off"||Quick intro to OpenSpaces and pitches for initial topics|
|12:55-01:45pm||Lunch & exhibitor time||Also time to make OpenSpaces & workshop topic suggestions!|
|01:50-02:35pm||Implementing Separation of Concerns with Containers slides video||Jérôme Petazzoni, Docker|
|02:35-03:20pm||Containerized Data Persistence on Mesos with Kafka, MySQL, Cassandra, HDFS and More! slides video||Joe Stein|
|02:35-03:20pm||Thinking Differently: An Introduction to AWS Lambda slides video||Tara Walker, Amazon|
|03:20-03:35pm||Coffee break & exhibitor time||Also time to make OpenSpaces & workshop topic suggestions!|
|03:40-04:25pm||Running Docker, Mesos and More in Production: The Journey to Container Adoption in the Enterprise slides video||Igor Moochnick|
|03:40-04:25pm||CoreOS: Building the Layers of the Scalable Cluster for Containers slides video||Barak Michener, CoreOS|
|05:00pm||Day 1 close|
|evening||Friday night drinks & snacks|
|09:30-09:45am||Day 2 kickoff|
|09:45-10:30am||N Problems of Linux Containers...and Some Solutions slides video||Kir Kolyshkin, OpenVZ|
|10:30-10:45am||Coffee break & exhibitor time||Also time to make OpenSpaces & workshop topic suggestions!|
|10:45-11:30am||Continuous Delivery with Containers slides video||Nick Gauthier, Codeship|
|12:10-12:55pm||Lunch & exhibitor time|
|12:55-02:45pm||Workshops||Deploy Your First Container to CoreOS, Cloud Foundry, Azure and AWS
Creating Multi-container Apps with Docker Compose and Panamax slides
Any other tool/framework of your choice!
|02:45-03:00pm||Coffee break & exhibitor time|
|03:00-04:50pm||Workshops ctd.||Deploy Your First Container to CoreOS, Cloud Foundry, Azure and AWS
Continuous Delivery & Management of Your Multi-container Apps with DockerHub and Tutum slides
Any other tool/framework of your choice!
|04:50-05:00pm||Thanks & closing discussion|
More exciting speakers to be announced soon...sign up or follow @DynInfraDays for details.
Max is a member of the Kubernetes team at Google.
Nick is an engineer at Codeship working on their container-based Continuous Integration and Delivery platform.
Kir leads the OpenVZ Linux containers project, which (amongst other things) is the biggest contributor to LXC.
Barak is a distributed systems developer for CoreOS, working in Go on etcd.
Igor learned many lessons on the journey to container adoption in the enterprise.
Jérôme is Docker Tinkerer Extraordinaire at Docker.
Stephen is an Infrastructure engineer at HubSpot and contributor to Singularity, a scheduler for Mesos.
Joe assists organizations with their Kafka, Mesos, Hadoop, Cassandra, Accumulo, Storm, Spark, etc. Big Data systems.
Jeff was a key promulgator and influencer of Solaris Zones and has more than a decade of experience with OS virtualization and containers.
Tara is an AWS Technical Evangelist for Amazon.
There are still a few sponsorship packages for this event available. See the sponsorship tiers for details.
If you're interesting in taking part, please get in touch!
Very special thanks to FinMason, StackEngine and XebiaLabs for giving the organizers time to put this event together.
A big thank you also goes to Microsoft New England for hosting this event.
|Microsoft New England (MSNE) is a major center for technical innovation and research. Located in the heart of Cambridge, Massachusetts, the MSNE campus includes two buildings - One Memorial Drive and the recently renovated One Cambridge Center. At the core of MSNE is the Microsoft New England Research & Development Center (NERD). NERD is a world-renowned research and software development center, and is home to teams working on critical products and services like Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft SQL. NERD also serves as a center of gravity for the local tech community, having hosted more than 1,000 events and welcomed more than 100,000 visitors since opening in 2008.|