May 16, 2019 By Lydia Huang 2 min read

Come hang out at the IBM Cloud booth at KubeCon 2019 to win prizes and catch one of our many mini theatre sessions.

IBM Cloud will be hosting mini theatre sessions every 30 minutes in the IBM Cloud booth (D3) at KubeCon EU 2019 (Barcelona). We will be raffling off prizes like DJI Spark Quadcoptor Drones, Oculus Go, and Beats Wireless Headphones after each session.

Check out our lineup of sessions below:

IBM Cloud mini theatre sessions: Tuesday, May 21

  • 11:00 AM — Ease the Agony of Operationalizing your Containerized Apps in the Cloud — Chris Rosen
  • 11:30 AM — Istio 101 — JJ Asghar
  • 12:00 PM — Data Inspired Design — Anton McConville
  • 12:30 PM — Edge Computing: The Next Evolution — Ashley Brisco
  • 01:00 PM — Flying Kubernetes: Using Drones to Understand How Kubernetes Works — Briana Frank & Jason McGee
  • 01:30 PM — Rapid Development of a Scalable Mobile App with Kube — Anton McConville
  • 02:00 PM — IBM Cloud Monitoring with Sysdig Monitor — Shadi Albouyeh and Sysdig
  • 02:30 PM — Scalable Trusted Execution Environment (Secure Enclaves) for Containers: IBM Cloud Data Shield — Pratheek Karnati
  • 03:00 PM — Knative Developer Experience — Carlos Santana
  • 03:30 PM — Integrating Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry — Julian Friedman
  • 04:00 PM — An Intro to Ko, Developing the Knative Way — Andrea Frittoli

IBM Cloud mini theatre sessions: Wednesday, May 22

  • 11:00 AM — Delivering Compelling User Experience that Supports Cloud-Native Workloads and Modernization Initiatives — Diana Kolanach
  • 11:30 AM — Kubernetes and CouchDB -> Cloudant’s Journey to Kubernetes — Will Holley
  • 12:00 PM — Manage Data Regulations for Your Cloud-Native Applications with Ease — Inderpal Singh
  • 12:30 PM — Istio Multi-Cluster Service Mesh Patterns Explained — Ram Vennam
  • 01:00 PM — Setting and Enforcing Your Compliance Policies in a Multicloud World — Sanjay Joshi
  • 01:30 PM — Flying Kubernetes: Using Drones to Understand How Kubernetes Works — Briana Frank & Jason McGee
  • 02:00 PM — Using the Cloud to Adopt Kubernetes Without Sacrificing Security and Control — Matthew Johnson
  • 02:30 PM — Building Modern Apps on Legacy ‘Big’ Data with Kube and API Connect — Anton McConville
  • 03:00 PM — Security Analytics and Threat Insights in Kube Deployment — Gal Shachor
  • 03:30 PM —Edge Computing: The Next Evolution — Ashley Brisco
  • 04:00 PM — How to Pick the Right Database for Your Cloud-Native Apps — Will Holley

IBM Cloud mini theatre sessions: Thursday, May 23

  • 11:00 AM — Declaratively Securing Kubernetes Applications with Zero Code Updates — Anton Aleksandrov
  • 11:30 AM — Strategies to “Kubernetify” Legacy Applications — Sai Vennam
  • 12:00 PM — Agile, Enterprise-Scale K8s with IBM Cloud Garage — Carlos Santana
  • 12:30 PM — Caixa Bank’s Journey to the Cloud — Krzysztof Rafalski & CaixaBank
  • 01:00 PM — Serverless Event-Driven Apps with Knative — Carlos Santana
  • 01:30 PM — Speed. Quality. Control: Measuring Deployment Risk in DevOps Pipelines  — Peter Klenk
  • 02:00 PM — Kube Your Enthusiasm, Bringing the `CF Push` Experience to Kubernetes Operators — Julian Friedman
  • 02:30 PM — Deploying Kubernetes in the Enterprise (Book Signing After Session) — Brad Topol
  • 03:00 PM — Incrementally Adopt Istio — Lin Sun
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