Join us for the first-ever KCD (Kubernetes and Cloud Native Community Days) event in Norway, taking place in the vibrant city of Oslo! The tickets are now available.
This two-day event promises an enriching experience, with the first day dedicated to workshops and the second day packed with engaging presentations covering various topics related to Kubernetes, open source, and the cloud native ecosystem. Our lineup will feature a diverse group of talented speakers, ensuring a broad range of perspectives and expertise.
We are thrilled about this upcoming event and eagerly anticipate two days filled with top-notch content, enjoyable activities, valuable learning opportunities, knowledge sharing, and community building.
As organizers, we are a passionate, friendly, and welcoming group from Norway's cloud native community. Our shared love for community, learning, and knowledge exchange drives us to create an inclusive, safe, and inviting environment at KCD Oslo. Our primary goal is to deliver a fun-filled event brimming with high-quality technical content.
Save the date!
- 24th of January - KCD Oslo Workshop Day: the first day will be dedicated to technical workshops and will be held at a separate location from the main event.
- 25th of January - KCD Oslo Main Event: the main event will happen on the second day and will take place at the Microsoft office in Bjørvika, featuring a full-day program spread across multiple session tracks. Attendees can expect sessions addressing various aspects of the CNCF and Kubernetes landscape. The event will culminate in an all-attendee dinner, providing an opportunity for networking and further discussions.
Stay tuned for more details, as we are preparing an exceptional experience that you won't want to miss.
What can YOU expect?
KCD Oslo is a highly anticipated event aimed at a diverse range of technical roles, including developers, architects, engineers, system administrators and technologists beyond any formally defined roles. It serves as a gathering point for the vibrant Kubernetes and cloud native community, as long as you're enthusiastic about all things cloud native.
The event is aimed at expanding and strengthening the Norwegian tech community, fostering an open and inclusive atmosphere.
At KCD Oslo, YOU can expect:
- A wide array of technically competent talks that cater to the larger community. These talks will be delivered by end-users and community members, ensuring their relevance and value. The content will span from introductory sessions for newbies to deep-dives for seasoned cloud native ninjas.
- Well-known speakers from the Kubernetes, open source, and cloud native community, providing unique insights and expertise.
- Fantastic venue situated in the heart of Oslo, offering close proximity to the stunning Oslo fjord. During breaks, before and after the event, you can enjoy a leisurely promenade and experience the true beauty of nordic winter.
Join us at KCD Oslo for two days of exceptional content, valuable networking opportunities, and a warm, welcoming community. Let's come together to celebrate and advance the world of cloud native technology.
We are excited to extend a warm welcome to you as an attendee at KCD Oslo! The tickets are now available!
Please note that as a first-time event we have limited seats so be quick and secure your spot at this remarkable event.
The Call for Papers was open from August 28th to November 13th. We welcomed submissions across different formats, including both lightning talks and regular 35-minute sessions. The agenda for KCD Oslo will be announced in early December.
We are excited to invite speakers from all levels and backgrounds to participate in making KCD Oslo a fabulous event! Whether you are an experienced speaker or new to the stage, we encourage you to submit your proposals. We value the diversity of ideas and perspectives that speakers of different levels and backgrounds bring to the event.
For those who are new to speaking or would like additional support, we are pleased to offer mentorship and speaker coaching upon request. We are committed to fostering a welcoming environment that supports growth and development for all speakers.
KCD Oslo is a non-profit, community-organized event that relies on the generous support of sponsors to bring it to life. We sincerely appreciate the vital role that sponsors play in making this event possible. Without your support, we wouldn't be able to deliver the exceptional experience we envision for our attendees.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for KCD Oslo, we invite you to reach out to us by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would be thrilled to discuss potential sponsorship opportunities with you and explore how we can showcase your brand and engage with our passionate community.
In the near future, we will be providing a sponsor prospect that presents available sponsorship packages for you to choose from. Stay tuned for this valuable resource, which will detail the benefits and opportunities associated with each package. We eagerly look forward to partnering with you and making KCD Oslo an incredible event together!
We firmly believe that creating an exceptional event like KCD Oslo is a collective effort, and we value the support of dedicated volunteers. Building a great experience requires the collaboration and assistance of many individuals, and we sincerely appreciate all the help we can get.
If you have a passion for contributing to the success of the event and would like to volunteer during the event, we encourage you to reach out to us by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
Your involvement will be highly valued and instrumental in making KCD Oslo an unforgettable experience for all attendees!
Code of Conduct
At KCD Oslo, we proudly adhere to and embrace the CNCF Code of Conduct. We value and prioritize creating a diverse, inclusive, and non-judgmental community where everyone feels welcome and respected. We expect all participants, including attendees, speakers, sponsors, and organizers, to follow the Code of Conduct, which sets clear guidelines for appropriate behavior.
We are committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment for all attendees. Any form of behavior that violates the Code of Conduct, including harassment, discrimination, or any other misconduct, will not be tolerated, nor will it be accepted. We strive to foster an atmosphere of mutual respect, collaboration, and support, ensuring that every individual can fully participate and benefit from the event.
By upholding these principles, we aim to cultivate a positive and inclusive community where diverse voices are celebrated, ideas are exchanged freely, and meaningful connections are forged. Together, let's create an atmosphere that encourages learning, growth, and collaboration for all participants at KCD Oslo!
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org