I gave quite a few talks this year, and also organized several conference tracks.
Config Mangement Camp
It was an excellent Config Management Camp this year, and fun to speak at.
- Justin Cormack Making Immutable Infrastructure Simpler with LinuxKit
QCon London 2018
I organized the Modern Computer Science in the Real World Track at this conference, it was a great set of talks.
- Heidi Howard Distributed Consensus excellent understandable explanation of distributed consensus
- Michael Tautschnig, Formal Methods at AWS was not recorded you had to be there, was really interesting about formal methods in practise
- Gil Tene, Java at Speed on mechanical sympathy
- Martin Kleppmann, CRDTs and the Quest for Distributed Consistency everything you wanted to know about CRDTs from an amazing speaker
- Moritz Lipp, How Performance Optimizations Shatter Security Boundaries Moritz is one of the people who discovered Spectre and Meltdown.
I also spoke in the Modern Operating Systems track
- Justin Cormack The Modern Operating System in 2018
KubeCon Cloud Native Europe
- Nassim Eddequiouaq and Justin Cormack Understandable Security Controls
Registration required to watch videos.
- Luke Marsden and Justin Cormack A Vision of Persistence this was a great fun collaboration!
- Liz Rice and Justin Cormack Don’t Have a Meltdown as was this!
- Justin Cormack Immutable Infrstructure: Continuous Delivery for Systems was supposed to be with Rolf Neugebauer but sadly he could not make it in the end.
All Things Open
I don’t think this was recorded.
I curated the Modern Operating Systems track, and spoke on it. The videos are coming out on 7 and 14 January
- Thomas Graf, How to Make Linux Microservice-Aware With Cilium and eBPF
- Alan Kasindorf, Caching Beyond RAM: The Case for NVMe
- Justin Cormack, The Modern Operating System in 2018, a somewhat changed version of my QCon London talk
- Adin Scannell, gVisor: Building and Battle Testing a Userspace OS in Go
- Bryan Cantrill, Is It Time to Rewrite the Operating System in Rust? (Don’t miss this!)
Registration required to watch videos. I helped organize the Black Belt track which had some great talks:
- Steven Follis and Israel Vega Avoiding an Identity Crisis: Authentication with Windows Server Containers
- Amn Rahman and Roberto Hashioka Categorizing Docker Hub’s Public Images: End-to-End Machine Learning Pipeline with Docker Enterprise and Kubeflow
- Sean Gillespie Programming the Cloud using containers as a building block this talk was really excellent, really excited about Pulumi
- Jaana B Dogan Monitoring and Debugging Containerized Systems at Scale
- Matt Butcher and Gareth Rushgrove Introducing Cloud Native Application Bundles
- Ian Campbell and Tonis Tiigi Supercharged Docker Build with BuildKit
- Christopher Crone Extending Kubernetes: Moving Compose on Kubernetes from a CRD to API Aggregation
I gave a joint talk on Open Policy Agent and a re-run of the earlier talk with Liz Rice
- Torin Sandall and Justin Cormack Dynamic Authorization and Policy Control for Docker Container Environments
Kubecon Cloud Native US
Don’t miss the Modern Operating Systems track at QCon London which I am curating, should be excellent.
- Jessie Frazelle on eBPF
- Avi Deitcher on LinuxKit
- Kenton Varda on Cloudflare Workers
- others TBC
I am planning or hoping to attend in 2019 at least the events below, but also no dount several other ones.