Linkerd Community Guide to KubeCon NA 2019

This year’s KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America in San Diego is chock full of Linkerd content, from talks to workshops to booths. Many of your friendly neighborhood Linkerd maintainers, contributors, and adopters will be there in person—if you’re attending, please come find us. We’d love to meet you face to face!

Here’s a quick guide to all the Linkerd content that’s happening at the conference:

Linkerd in Production Workshop

On Monday, November 18 at 1:00pm, Linkerd core contributors Alex Leong and Charles Pretzer will be holding a hands-on Linkerd in Production Workshop. The workshop is being offered to all KubeCon registrants. Seats for this workshop are limited, so sign up soon to reserve your spot! (And if you want to attend but can’t get your company to cover it—scholarships are available. Email [email protected] for more.)

Expo Hall Booth G10

Many of your favorite Linkerd maintainers will be hanging out at the Buoyant Linkerd booth (location G10), which will also have some fancy Linkerd hats, t-shirts and stickers. The booth is located on the right side of the exhibit hall, near the Google Cloud Lounge. Come by and meet the folks behind the lines of code!

Kubecon Project Update Keynote

On Tuesday, November 19 at 9:20am, Bryan Liles from VMware will share a Cloud Native Computing Foundation projects update. Be sure to look closely for the Linkerd update!

Kubecon and ServiceMeshCon Talks

Here’s the full schedule of Linkerd-related content at Kubecon and ServiceMeshCon:

Monday, November 18

Tuesday, November 19

Wednesday, November 20

Thursday, November 21

Come find us!

We’re very excited to see you in San Diego! If you would like to get in touch prior, just tweet us at @Linkerd, email [email protected], or drop into the Linkerd slack channel and say hi.

—William and the rest of the crew at Buoyant.

Similar posts

May 30, 2019 | Alex Leong

To truly understand service behavior in Kubernetes, you must also understand their requests and responses, including the HTTP path. With a nearly unlimited number of unique potential paths, time series capture tends to be overwhelmed, making it difficult to get a clear picture of service behaviors. …

Apr 23, 2019 | Uncategorized

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU This year’s KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU in Barcelona is chock full of Linkerd content, from training to booths to the 10+ Linkerd talks! Many of your friendly neighborhood Linkerd maintainers, contributors, and adopters will be there in person – if you’re attending, …

Dec 11, 2018 | Andrew Seigner

Prometheus is an open-source tool used to record real-time metrics in a time series database. Linkerd 2.0 integrates Prometheus directly, so that users can instantly observe live service behavior from the command-line and access rich service-level metrics with zero configuration upon installation. …