Join us for Tapas in Spain and Highlights of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022
Kubernetes has reached mainstream adoption according to the 2021 Cloud Native Survey, so what’s next? The Kubernetes for cloud native applications, as we’ve learned over the past few years, is quickly evolving. While it has brought flexibility that enabled businesses to transform their digital operations, it’s also rapidly shifting as teams look to improve the way we build and operate on top of Kubernetes. These changes are opening a new chapter that is bringing together developers, technologists and operations teams to navigate the complexities of the Kubernetes stack and applications.
Join The New Stack at Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s (CNCF) annual flagship conference, KubeCon+CloudNativeCon Europe on May 16-20, in Valencia, Spain! We’re excited to bring you the latest Kubernetes insights through our coverage highlights.
This year, in the spirit of Spanish culture, we’ll be hosting our first “Tapas Tuesday” in-person panel discussion hosted by The New Stack Founder, Alex Williams with our sponsor, Spectro Cloud. We’ll also be hosting podcast interviews with industry experts and cloud enthusiasts at our booth on the expo floor. Stop by and meet The New Stack team!
Watch Conference Preview
“KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2022 Europe, in Valencia: Bring a Mask”
Take a look at what to expect from this year’s KubeCon EU 2022 with our guests Priyanka Sharma, Executive director of CNCF, and Ricardo Rocha, KubeCon co-chair and computer engineer at CERN. TNS Editor-in-Chief Joab Jackson hosted this podcast to bring you what to expect from the virtual sessions, what to do in Valencia, the current state of Kubernetes, and hear some unofficial picks from Sharma and Rocha as to what keynotes and sessions to attend.
Tapas Tuesday Panel Discussion: “K8s after the Honeymoon: It’s Complicated”
When: May 17 at 15:30 CET
Location: Auditorium 3A (3rd Floor Lobby)
While Kubernetes continues to evolve, moving further away from the “DIY” experimentation one we know today, navigating the complexity of today’s open-source ecosystem is challenging when paired with balancing the expectations of the operations team for control, and the development team for flexibility and optimization beyond the multicloud, to include bare metal and edge locations. Join our esteemed panel with Bailey Hayes, principal software engineer at SingleStore, Saad Malik, CTO and co-founder at Spectro Cloud and Fabrizio Pandini, staff engineer at VMware as we dive into the market trends, new practices and answer your need-to-know questions while we dish on the hard realities of managing Kubernetes in the complex modern environment.
Your prize for participating? This year, we’re giving away a $300 Airbnb gift card that can be used toward an experience! When you send us a question, tweet @TheNewStack or ask your question in person, you’ll be entered to win.
Listen to On-Demand Podcasts
When: May 18-20, anytime
We’ll be on the show floor capturing the latest insights from industry experts like Red Hat’s Kubernetes Community Manager, Josh Berkus; VMware’s Director of Open Source, Dawn Foster; Buoyant’s Head of Marketing and Community, Catherine Paganini; and Planet Scale’s Maintainer and Tech Lead engineer, Deepthi Sigireddi who will share their insights around the latest Technical Advisory Group contributor survey. Following the conference, we’ll bring you the highlights from our interview, along with many other experts, thanks to our sponsor, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.
Official Tapas Tuesday Sweepstakes Rules
In concert with our in-person Tapas Tuesday panel discussion Spectro Cloud, The New Stack will provide an Airbnb Experience gift card to the winner who sends in their questions for the event.
Anyone may enter the contest starting on May 9, by completing the questionnaire form or tweeting their question for the Tuesday Tapas discussion and tagging @thenewstack and registering for the KubeCon+CloudNativeCon Europe event. The New Stack will contact the winners with a direct message to receive their name and email address.
The New Stack never has and never will share your personal information and will only use your email for the purposes of contacting the winner. The likelihood of winning will depend on the total number of entrants, estimated to be in the 1/100 to 1/500 range.
The New Stack will choose a winner after the event takes place, no later than May 27 based on all entry dates. The winner will be notified via email or Twitter DM they provide. Address questions about the survey or sweepstakes to email@example.com.