Kubernetes Community Days UK returns for 2023 and is taking place in-person at CodeNode, London on 17th and 18th October 2023.
This event brings together the cloud native community from across the UK to learn, network and collaborate. Kubernetes Community Days UK is supported by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, and organised by community group leaders.
Our CfP is now open, please submit proposals here. The CfP will close on 2nd July at 23:59 BST and we will make notifications by 31st July 2023.
Over the course of two days we will share stories of people using these technologies, both successes and failures - through in-depth technical talks, demonstrations of open source projects and workshops. See above for the details on the Call for Proposals. You can see the photos from last year's event here: https://gallery.kcduk.io/
Along with two days of fantastic talks and discussion, a number of companies are helping to support the community by offering free technical training through hands-on workshops. The full workshop agenda will be listed here closer to the date and these workshops will run in parallel to the conference talks, with breaks scheduled at the same time.
Kubernetes Community Days UK is a volunteer-run event and we rely on money raised from sponsorship to cover event costs and swag, with any remaining proceeds being donated to charity. Our sponsors support the Kubernetes community in the UK; if you would like to sponsor this event, please see our Sponsorship Prospectus here and email 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/.
Our attendees’ health and safety is our priority as we monitor COVID-19 and look to local UK Government guidelines to make the best and most informed decisions around onsite safety and requirements. Our current COVID-19 policy is as follows:
In addition, employees from vendors working onsite (including but not limited to venue staff, catering, security, A/V, etc.) will not be required to wear masks, or to show proof of vaccination or a negative test. Event venues and vendors are no longer legally able to enforce mask wearing, testing, or vaccine requirements for their employees.
All current protocols are subject to change should there be a change in local UK Government guidelines. We will do everything we can to provide any updates as early as possible. Please note that the risk profile of other attendees may be different to yours. Please respect their wishes around social distancing and physical contact.
Please contact the organisers via email: email@example.com
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