Catch the latest product and feature updates to Argo, open source tools for Kubernetes to run workflows, manage clusters, and do GitOps right. Learn about Argo, see demos and get your questions answered live from the maintainers. Bonus, learn about the upcoming ArgoCon event and how you can get involved.
ArgoCon 2022 will take place virtually or in person on September 19-21 in Mountain View, California. ArgoCon is designed to foster collaboration, discussion, and knowledge sharing on the Argo Project, which consists of four projects: Argo CD, Argo Workflows, Argo Rollouts, and Argo Events in-person or virtually from anywhere in the world! Connect with others that are passionate about Argo and interact with project maintainers. Learn from practitioners about pitfalls to avoid and best practices on how to adopt Argo in your cloud native environment. Get inspired by and provide input to Argo leads on project roadmaps. Review the schedule here.
The event is vendor-neutral and is being organized by the CNCF Argo Community. Topics in the past have included getting started with Argo, scaling and managing Argo, lessons learned from production deployments, technical sessions, and thought leadership. Questions? Email email@example.com. Want to hear from the organizers? Ready to register? Click here now!
Co-Founder and Chief Open Source Officer
Founder & CEO
Staff Software Engineer
Dan Garfield is the Co-founder and Chief Open Source Officer of Codefresh, a continuous delivery, and GitOps platform. He helped launch the GitOps Working Group and helped lead the creation of the Open GitOps principles. As an Argo Maintainer, Kubernaut, Google Developer Expert, he helps companies and individuals adopt Argo with GitOps. He helped create the most popular GitOps certification with Argo CD and writes consistently about best practices for GitOps involving Security, Development processes, and scaling.
Hong Wang is a founding member of the Argo Project. Prior to founding Akuity, Hong was the Argo team manager at Intuit and built the control plane used to manage hundreds of Kubernetes clusters and thousands of namespaces. Hong has extensive experience in distributed system projects ranging from storage to cloud infrastructure at Springpath, Cisco, and Yahoo. Hong received his M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
Julie Vogelman is a Staff Software Engineer at Intuit with a focus on developing Argo Workflows and Argo Events. She’s served as a back end developer for 20 years. In her previous role, she served as lead at Verizon on a Kubernetes-based streaming data platform for autonomous vehicles. She has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Virginia.