Keynote: Backstage with Kubernetes by Chen Goldberg, Google

What makes Kubernetes special is the community that builds the technology, said Chen Goldberg, Director of Engineering, Container Engine and Kubernetes at Google, during her keynote at CloudNativeCon in Seattle last November.


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Keynote: From DaVinci to The Avengers by Dr. Thomas Di Giacomo, Chief Technology Officer, SUSE The Linux Foundation

Thomas Di Giacomo, Chief Technology Officer at SUSE started his LinuxCon Europe keynote with a brief clip in the style of Mr. Robot where in 2016 even Evil Corp has gone open source. 

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Process Migration in the Orchestration World by Isabel Jimenez & Kapil Arya, Mesosphere

Current most popular container orchestration tools do not offer a failover mechanism for stateful Applications. In this talk from LinuxCon, Apache Mesophere's Isabel Jimenez and Kapil Arya demonstrate container migration on an Apache Mesos cluster and a more enjoyable way to schedule your Containers.

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Keynote: Kubernetes: Finally...A True Cloud Platform by Sam Ghods, Co-founder, Box

The Kubernetes community is building a platform that will make application development completely cloud infrastructure agnostic. Sam Ghods, co-founder of Box, said Kubernetes’ combination of portability and extensibility put it in a class of its own for cloud application development, during his CloudNativeCon keynote in November.

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Keynote: A Brief History of the Cloud from Servers to VMs to Buildpacks to Cloud Native Containers

In his LinuxCon Europe keynote, Dan Kohn, Executive Director of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), provided with a brief history of the cloud and how CNCF fits with where we are now

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OpenSSL After Heartbleed by Rich Salz & Tim Hudson, OpenSSL

In this video from LinuxCon Europe, Rich Salz and Tim Hudson from the OpenSSL team take a deep dive into what happened with Heartbleed and the steps the OpenSSL team are taking to improve the project.


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Thwarting Unknown Bugs: Hardening Features in the Mainline Linux Kernel

This presentation by kernel developer Mark Rutland at Embedded Linux Conference will cover hardening features available in the mainline Linux kernel, what they protect against, and their limitations.


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