Join us for an exciting meetup on May 30th! We'll hear from Leonard Pahlke, a CNCF Ambassador, about how Kubernetes sig-release manages release cycles. Then, Anders Lybecker will discuss building a green supercomputer in the cloud, with a focus on carbon reduction and sustainability. This is a great opportunity to learn from experts in the field and network with like-minded professionals. See you!
About this event
17:00 Doors open, finding seats, enjoying snacks and networking
17:15 Welcome by the Cloud Native Copenhagen and twoday IT Minds
17:30 Talk 1: Version after version, how Kubernetes sig-release manages release cycles
18:15 Break with food and drinks
19:00 Talk 2: Building a green supercomputer in the cloud
20:00 Thank you for today
Talk 1: Version after version, how Kubernetes sig-release manages release cycles
As a member of the Kubernetes Release Team for a long time, and leading v1.26, has taught me a lot about the release process. It’s complicated, but it works! It will give you a good look at how the release team archives this difficult organization and coordination work. What do the inner workings of one of the biggest open-source projects out there look like? We will touch on that. We will also talk about how to get started contributing to the Kubernetes community.
Leonard is a CNCF Ambassador and chair of the TAG Environmental Sustainability, previously the Kubernetes Release Lead for v1.26 and in general passionate about software, cloud, open source and sustainability related things.
Talk 2: Building a green supercomputer in the cloud
A case study implementing a carbon aware high-performance compute (HPC) cluster running wind turbine simulations for Vestas. Using the principals of green software and cloud scalability to design a solution that can to scale to 400k cores and multiple petabytes of data. Using open-source tools, UX, and data to lower carbon emissions.
Explain the principals of green software
Apply best practices and tools to reduce carbon reductions
Illustrate the financial impact of carbon emission reductions to the business
Select areas with large carbon impact
I am a digital transformation expert with a focus on company transformation founded in cloud computing adoption. My toolset is modern processes and practices in collaboration with modern cloud architectures. I have a good all-round ability to juggle projects and meet deadlines even when handling complex problems and interdependent business processes. Experienced in motivating and guiding project teams to succeed.
I am an advocate for cloud adoption. Frequent speaker at conferences and an active part of the tech community. I have arranged development camps, talks and taught classes for large enterprises like KMD, NNIT and DR. I enjoy speaking and teaching as sharing passion and knowledge for a subject is personally rewarding.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling and sports activities – such as trail running, fitness, climbing, scuba diving and dancing salsa.