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Wednesday, April 1 • 11:10am - 11:55am
How cloud native touches your life every day - the six things you should know

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When you take the time to look at the details and technologies that power our everyday lives, you find cloud native technologies, open source projects, and innovation everywhere. But what does it take to make this happen?

In this presentation, Kim and Katelin will share the six things you need to know about cloud native:
1. Cloud native is all around you! You just have to know where to look! Don’t worry, we’ll show you!
2. Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) open source projects: A quick summary of what they are and what they do they do.
3. The CNCF End User community, their role in a strong cloud native ecosystem and their impact on open source projects.
4. Where to get training on CNCF projects, become certified as a training partner or service provider and where to find consulting on cloud native open source projects.
5. Who is CNCF: how a non-profit foundation supports the community, cloud native, and open source.
6. How to get involved and share your cool cloud native story.

Speakers
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Katelin Ramer

Business Development Manager, CNCF
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Kim McMahon

Director of Marketing, RISC-V
Kim is a director of marketing at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation working on marketing plans, marketing programs, and communications as well as with Members and Ambassadors. She has spent her career doing technology marketing with companies such as SGI, Cray, VMware, and the... Read More →


Wednesday April 1, 2020 11:10am - 11:55am CEST
Track 8