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Just like how DevOps changed the way software is built and maintained, Kubernetes and its cloud-native ecosystem is changing the nature of development and deployment of applications. With massive scaling needs being delivered through hybrid clouds and into pure cloud environments, we see new processes evolving to deliver value and stability aligned to modern architectures like microservices and IoT.

Join Steven Czerwinski and Dave McAllister on Wed 8/21 at 9:00 AM Sydney Time Tuesday 8/20 at 4:00 PM  Pacific Time to learn how Kubernetes changes many pieces of the DevOps process.

Steven and Dave will:

  • Explain how new infra needs new approaches for deployment & reliability
  • Show how to achieve performance at scale based on their experiences
  • Give you conceptual frameworks to apply to your work

Get to know Steve and Dave:


Steven Czerwinski

Co-founder at Scalyr

Steven Czerwinski is the co-founder and CTO at Scalyr. Prior to Scalyr, he spent 8 years at Google, specializing in building distributed database systems for consumer apps. He was the backend tech lead for Picasa Web Albums, Tech Lead for Cosmo, and Tech Lead to Stratus, the replacement for Cosmo driving further unification including Google Plus. Prior to Google, Steven was in the PhD program at UC Berkeley specializing in distributed and mobile systems. He successfully defended his dissertation, but left  to start his job at Google.


Dave McAllister

Head of Community

Currently running technical evangelism for Scalyr, Dave is working with DevOps and developers and architects to promote the advantages of modern microservices architectures and orchestration to solve large-scale distributed systems challenges, especially for today's fast-moving cycles.

Dave has been a champion for open systems and open source from the early days of Linux to today's world of clouds and containers. He speaks on topics such as the real-world issues associated with emerging software architectures and practices. Connect with Dave on Twitter and Linkedin.

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