Container Stack 2019 at FIFA World Football Museum Zurich
On January 30th and 31st 2019, the Container Stack, a two-day event on Kubernetes with one day of workshops and one day of conference, took place for the first time at the FIFA World Football Museum Zurich. VSHN was co-sponsor of the event.
Led by industry professionals, the conference brought together users and representatives of the ecosystem and the CNCF community. A good mix of user reports from experts from the pharmaceutical, banking, media and research sectors, as well as representatives of the global Kubernetes and CNCF ecosystems, presented their experiences and approaches to the challenges of large native cloud architectures.
Impressions from Container Stack
Experts from the fields of Networking Layer, Storage Layer, Packaging Layer and Professional Services have shared their know-how and brought their global expertise closer to the audience. Our VSHNeers were also there and our Head of DevOps Tobias Brunner held a Lightning Talk on Kubernetes Distributions.
Tobias Brunner: Kubernetes Distributions – The road to production
The following speakers attended the Container Stack:
Sebastien Goasguen from Triggermesh.
Ricardo Rocha from CERN.
Alexis Richardson from Weaveworks.
Ara Pulido from Bitnami.
Romain Chalumeau from Merck.
Knative meetup at VSHN
Between the Container Stack Workshop on Wednesday and the conference on Thursday, VSHN organized a Knative CNCF meetup at short notice. Mark Chmarny (TPM Serverless, Google) and Sebastien Goasguen (Founder, Triggermesh) spoke about Knative, the Kubernetes framework to build, deploy, and manage serverless workloads. Impressions including a video recording of the meetup can be found here.
Conclusion Container Stack 2019
The VSHNeers were enthusiastic about the first edition of the Container Stack. Exciting talks, top speakers and an interested audience. In any case, we would be happy if the Container Stack would take place again next year. Many thanks to the organizers.
What is Kubernetes and who is CNCF?
After Linux, Kubernetes is the largest open source project in the world and the de facto standard for container orchestration and the management of distributed applications. Kubernetes automates the setup, operation and scaling of containerized applications and is a project of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). VSHN is the first Kubernetes Certified Service Provider (KCSP) in Switzerland.
About VSHN – The DevOps Company
VSHN AG is the leading Swiss partner for DevOps, Docker, Kubernetes, OpenShift and 24/7 Cloud Operations. VSHN helps software developers run their applications agile and 24/7 on any infrastructure while relieving the burden on IT operations.
Since 2014, we are serving more than 1000 servers in 20 different clouds as well as on-premises at customer locations with a total of more than 66’000 services for 300 different customers and partners. We are ISO 27001 certified and work to the strict FINMA guidelines to ensure the security and confidentiality of customer information at all times and we are the first Kubernetes Certified Service Provider (KCSP) in Switzerland.
With APPUiO.ch, we have created a Red Hat OpenShift based Swiss container platform, where we can offer Managed Services as a PaaS solution (Platform-as-a-Service) on any infrastructure: public, dedicated, private and on-premises.
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