Kubernetes in the Enterprise


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While Kubernetes may be more than 6 years old, it’s just now hitting mainstream adoption in the enterprise as organizations transition to cloud-native applications. As a result, Kubernetes is laying the foundation for the next era of distributed computing in the enterprise once IT teams master the best practices required to manage one of the most powerful, yet complex, IT platforms ever invented.

In this editorial webinar, our panel of experts will look at the state of Kubernetes today and address both the challenges and opportunities organizations face as they embark upon their cloud-native journey with Kubernetes.

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.
Steve George
COO - Weaveworks
Steve joined Weaveworks in February 2017 as COO where he leads both the Product and Commercial Teams. In a career spanning 25 years, Steve has worked in a range of roles in the technology sector, most recently leading Canonical’s operations and corporate development. His interest and support for FOSS goes back to 1997, when he got hold of his first copy of Slackware on floppy disk.
Bill Ledingham
CEO - Fairwinds
Bill brings more than 30 years of technology and security experience to his role as Chief Executive Officer at Fairwinds. He previously served as Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President of Engineering at Black Duck Software, an open source security company acquired by Synopsys. He has held executive/founder positions at Speechworks (acquired by Nuance), Virtual Iron (acquired by Oracle), Avalere (acquired by Iron Mountain) and Digital Guardian.
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.
Oded David
Head of DevOps - Coralogix
Oded is the Head of DevOps at Coralogix and a former team leader at Big Panda & Cisco Systems. He has over 10 years of experience in DevOps and team leadership, specializing in big data and distributed systems.
Justin McCarthy
CTO & Co-Founder - StrongDM
Justin originally developed empathy for Operations as a founding and pager-carrying member of many operations and data teams. As an Executive, he has led Engineering and Product in high-throughput and high-stakes e-Commerce, financial, and AI products. Justin is the original author of strongDM's core protocol-aware proxy technology.

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