Container/Kubernetes Management


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Kubernetes is one of the most complex IT platforms ever built. Now that fleets of Kubernetes clusters are being deployed in enterprise IT environments, the need to make management easier has become much more urgent. IT teams are now looking for management frameworks that will enable IT administrators to use graphical tools to manage Kubernetes clusters at scale alongside DevOps professionals. The management of Kubernetes clusters is about to become the next great IT team sport.

This panel will discuss the opportunities and challenges faced as enterprise organizations increasingly turn to Kubernetes in their environments. 

  • What management frameworks are out there, and how can you best use them? 
  • How can IT and DevOps professionals best work together to make sure enterprises can create value with their Kubernetes cluster deployments?
Roxana Ciobanu
Co-founder & CTO. Bunnyshell
Roxana Ciobanu is Bunnyshell’s Co-founder and CTO. She is an experienced DevOps engineer and a Solutions Architect. As a tech enthusiast, Roxana is continually expanding her expertise in both cloud and non-cloud technologies. Recently, Roxana was recognized as one of Forbes 30 Under 30 - Europe - Technology.
Josh Hoge
Senior Sales Engineer, StrongDM
Josh Hoge is a Senior Sales Engineer at strongDM, helping CISOs, DevSecOps practitioners,  and data teams redesign their infrastructure access around the people who need it, making it incredibly simple and usable while ensuring total security and compliance.  Josh is an Army Special Operations veteran, holds a Bachelor of Science in Geology from University of Georgia, and is a lifelong tech generalist.  He’s also a fan of rum raisin ice cream.
Haseeb Budhani
Co-Founder and CEO, Rafay Systems
Haseeb Budhani is the CEO and co-founder of Rafay Systems. Prior to Rafay, Haseeb spent at a year at Akamai Technologies as the company's Vice President of Enterprise Strategy. Akamai acquired Haseeb's previous company, Soha Systems, in October 2016. Haseeb co-founded Soha in the second half of 2013 and served as the company's CEO. Prior to Soha, Haseeb served as the Chief Product Officer for Infineta Systems, where he was responsible for overseeing all aspects of the company's product marketing, marketing communications and partner management activities. Prior to Infineta, Haseeb served as Vice President for NET's Broadband Technology Group, spearheading the group's product marketing, program management and business development functions. Previously, Haseeb held senior product management, marketing and engineering roles at Personal IT, Citrix Systems, Orbital Data, IP Infusion and Oblix. Haseeb holds an MBA from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California.
Nung Bedell
CRE/SRE, Fairwinds
As Customer Reliability Engineer, an offshoot of a Site Reliability Engineer (SRE), Nung Bedell brings decades of DevOps, cloud native and Kubernetes experience to create a shared operational kismet between Fairwinds and its customers.  He has worked in healthcare, IoT, and privacy verticals providing DevOps/CloudOps expertise in all three of the major cloud providers.  He enjoys working closely with development teams to implement their projects at scale and ensure operational performance, security and compliance.  When not getting his hands dirty in the garden he's melting some Arduinos or Raspberries in the garage!
Jacob Graves
Security Engineer, Orca Security
Jacob Graves is a security engineer at Orca Security, the world's first agentless cloud security platform. Prior to joining Orca, Jacob worked at Twistlock helping to secure some of the largest container users in the world. When not speaking passionately about the next generation of cloud security, you can find Jacob missing easy putts on the disc golf course near his home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Jared Curtis
Cloud Architect, Everbridge
Jared has nearly 2 decades of hands-on Operations experience covering a large swath of business sectors. As an Everbridge Cloud Architect, he has led operations teams to develop a stable system for deploying cutting-edge solutions.

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