Thanks everyone for joining us at KCD-LA 2023! Videos and more information about the sessions are below.
The full schedule, including talk descriptions, may be found on the SCALE schedule grid. The SCALE grid will include links to the slides (if available) as well as the videos which can be found on YouTube here.
Talk names below contain links to the videos.
Due to the interactive nature of the workshops, videos from these were not recorded.
10:00 AM to 1:00 PM - Workshop: Developing Production Controllers with Kubebuilder - James McShane
2:00 PM to 5:00 PM - GitOps Workshop: Collaborating at Organizational Scale - Leigh Capili, Eddie Zaneski
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM - Supply Chain Security Tooling Workshop - Bob Killen, Jeffrey Sica
2:00 PM to 5:00 PM - Intro to Instrumentation Workshop - Paige Cruz
KCD-LA is financially supported by Linux Expo of Southern California. As such, please contact them about sponsorship opportunities.
The current Program Committee consists of five long-time Kubernetes contributors who are part of the SCALE community:
- Guinevere Saenger, Software Engineer, Pulumi, from Seattle
- Josh Berkus, Kubernetes Community Manager, Red Hat, from Portland
- Steve Wong, Software Engineer, VMware, from Los Angeles
- Justin Garrison, DevRel, AWS, from Los Angeles
- Savitha Raghunathan, Software Engineer, Red Hat, from Boston
Are you a cloud native contributor or user from Southern California? Would you be interested in being on the KCD-LA program committee? If so, please contact Josh Berkus.
CODE OF CONDUCT
As with all CNCF community events, KCD-LA is subject to the CNCF Code of Conduct, in addition to the SCALE Code of Conduct. Should you witness behavior that is a violation of this code of conduct, please bring it to one of the Program Committee immediately.
The Southern California Linux Expo (“SCALE”) is sponsored by the Linux Expo of Southern California Inc a 501c3 non-profit, and is volunteer organized.
SCALE's mission is to provide educational opportunities on the topic of Open Source software. Open Source software is any software that meets the litmus test of the OSI (Open Source Initiative). Examples of OSS are GNU/Linux and the various BSD operating systems, and applications such as LibreOffice and Firefox.