CNCF Kubernetes Community Days is finally coming to Israel! On March 23th, 2023 in Tel Aviv. This CNCF community event brings together the cloud native community from across Israel to learn, network, and collaborate. CNCF Kubernetes Community Days Israel is supported by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and organized by the local CNCF chapter CNCF Tel-Aviv and other industry leaders.
בית ציוני אמריקה - ZOA House TLV
Daniel Frisch St 1, Tel Aviv-Yafo
There is no parking arrangement, the nearest parking is at Central Park at Daniel Frisch St 3, Tel Aviv-Yafo.
Over the course of this day, we will share stories of people using the range of CNCF technologies and ecosystem (not just Kubernetes :-)), both successes, and failures - through in-depth technical talks and demonstrations of open-source projects.
We are happy to share that at the end of the event we will have our Israeli KCD underground party!
Because CNCF community isn't just about sharing knowledge, it's also about mingling, meeting new members and having good time together.
It will be an after-party for all the conference participants in the Bar Giora pub, a posh Tel Aviv pub just a couple of minutes walk from the conference venue.
We will have good food, good drinks and cocktails, good music with live band, and more surprises.
So keep your evening free, we'll all walk over there 6pm straight from the venue.
The CFP is now closed. Thanks a lot for your proposals!
Kubernetes Community Days Israel is a not-for-profit community event and we rely on money raised from sponsorship to cover event costs and swag. Our sponsors support the Kubernetes community in Israel.
Currently all Gold sponsorship is sold out. If you would like to hear of other (non-booth) sponsorship options, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are committed to making the participation of all those involved in this event an experience free from harassment of any kind. Kubernetes Community Days are governed by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct available at https://events.linuxfoundation.org/code-of-conduct/.
Please contact the organizers via email: email@example.com
For more information about the Israeli CNCF chapter, check out the community page: https://community.cncf.io/tel-aviv/
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