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Thursday, May 30
 

9:00am

EXPO HALL OPEN
Thursday May 30, 2019 9:00am - 5:00pm
Expo Hall

9:00am

Registration Open: Badge Pick Up
Pick up your DeveloperWeek Seattle: 2019 Attendee Badge at the Registration Desk from 9:00am - 5:00pm!

Thursday May 30, 2019 9:00am - 5:00pm
Registration Desk

9:30am

PLENARY KEYNOTE: Boeing -- Boeing Cloud Adoption
Boeing’s cloud adoption, lessons learned, how to effectively use the cloud within your business. 

Speakers
avatar for Jim Rubert

Jim Rubert

Enterprise Chief Cloud Architect, Boeing
Masters in Computer Science, Bachelors in Electrical Engineering, 30 years at Boeing in Coding, System Modeler, System Architect, and Enterprise Architect with the current position as a Technical Architect within Enterprise Architecture and the Enterprise Chief Cloud Architect.  Technologies... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 9:30am - 10:00am
Main Stage

10:00am

PRO TALK: Monitoring Kubernetes vs. Serverless Based Applications
The software we write does not always work as smoothly as we would like. In order to know if something went wrong, understand the root cause and fix the problem, we need to monitor our system and get alerts whenever issues pop up. There are many useful tools and practices for Kubernetes based applications. As we adopt serverless architecture can we continue to use the same practice? Unfortunately, the answer is no. In this session, we will discuss: - The differences between monitoring Kubernetes and serverless based applications- Best practices for serverless monitoring- Methods to efficiently troubleshoot serverless based applications. Start enjoying the great benefits of serverless computing.

Speakers
avatar for Erez Berkner

Erez Berkner

CEO & Co-Founder, Lumigo
Erez is the CEO & co-founder of Lumigo, a startup focusing on simplifying serverless applications troubleshooting, where the entire backend is, 100% serverless. Prior to founding Lumigo, Erez was the R&D director of cloud products at Check Point, heading the company‚cloud strategy... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 10:00am - 10:25am
Main Stage

10:00am

OPEN TALK: The Secrets of Building and Delivering Amazing Apps at Scale
We are more mobile now than ever. Although we use our mobile devices to optimize our time and do more anytime, anywhere, our apps are still too slow and cannot cope with our fast-paced lifestyle. Desmond Tam details the ingredients you need to build and deliver an amazing app your users will love.

Speakers
avatar for Desmond Tam

Desmond Tam

Senior Lead Enterprise Architect, Akamai Technologies


Thursday May 30, 2019 10:00am - 10:25am
Expo Stage

10:00am

PRO TALK: Microservices at Scale: Next Steps with Kubernetes and Service Mesh
Microservices are the de facto standard architecture of cloud native software, and containers are the best way to build and deploy Microservices on prem or in the cloud. With Docker and Kubernetes, it's fairly simple to get a few services up and running. When this scales up to hundreds or thousands of containers and services, things can get complicated. A service mesh provides observability, traffic management and security to the services running within your cluster, all with no code changes. In this session, we'll take a tour of service mesh architecture and demonstrate common uses cases with two popular options, Istio and Linkerd.




Speakers
avatar for Kaslin Fields

Kaslin Fields

Solutions Architect, Oracle
Kaslin Fields is a Solutions Architect at Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, a Container and Cooking Enthusiast, and a Tech Comic-Blogger.  She spends most of her time helping Oracle’s customers along their Cloud Native journeys by creating blog posts, tutorials, and other materials... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Workshop Stage

10:30am

OPEN TALK: Building Open Source Communities at AWS Serverless
Serverless services like AWS Lambda allow developers to build and run applications without thinking about servers. In 2016, we released an open specification called Serverless Application Model (SAM), a simple configuration file to define Lambda functions and other serverless resources. Since then we have open sourced the underlying implementation of SAM and several other tools to simplify the process of building serverless applications, including SAM CLI, a popular CLI tool to run SAM-based applications on a local computer before deploying to the cloud. In this talk, we will touch upon the story of open sourcing the SAM toolset. The talk will deep dive into how an open specification has kindled and nurtured an ecosystem of open source projects comprising of serverless examples, reference architectures, libraries, CLIs and plugins.

Speakers
avatar for Sanath Kumar Ramesh

Sanath Kumar Ramesh

Senior Software Engineer, Amazon Web Services
Sanath is a senior engineer on the AWS Serverless team, where he leads the developer tooling initiatives. Sanath has worked on the release of two open source products, maintained them for over two years, and now works at the intersection of serverless & open source. He has worked... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 10:30am - 10:55am
Expo Stage

10:30am

FEATURED PANEL: The Pulse of Location in Cloud Computing Innovation
We gather the thoughts and insights from top tech companies in Seattle on the common thread of location, exploring areas like serverless architecture, artificial intelligence and all things cloud. Hear how keystone businesses are optimizing the integration of map data and learn the impact of smart location implementation.

Speakers
avatar for Doug Newcomb

Doug Newcomb

Senior Industry Analyst, Wards Intelligence
Doug has been covering car technology as a journalist for almost three decades years and is a recognized expert on the subject of connected car and mobility. He has been sought out for his opinion by such high-profile media outlets as USA Today, Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles... Read More →
avatar for Mark Korver

Mark Korver

Geospatial Lead, Amazon Web Services
I am the Geo-spatial Lead on the Specialist Team at AWS. I am part of the World Wide Public Sector Solution Architecture team and thus have global scope to support our customers around the world. While building a team of SAs with geospatial expertise, I also support our Scientific... Read More →
avatar for Warren Wilcock

Warren Wilcock

Sr. Solutions Engineer, Glympse
Cloud advocate and technology expert focused on customer experience and business optimization. 
avatar for Mithun Dhar

Mithun Dhar

General Manager, Developer Relations, HERE Technologies
I am a technologist with more than 20 years of industry experience. I bring to table a diverse and unique set of skills and experiences. In the past, I have been a Product Marketing Manager, Product Manager, Technology Evangelist, Software Engineer and most recently focused on Developer... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 10:30am - 11:20am
Main Stage

11:00am

PRO TALK: Seamless Web Services Development with Mu
In the development of fast-paced, service-oriented systems, it is not uncommon for changes in major requirements to emerge. Things that were concrete like protocols, transports, and encodings may need to be altered, e.g., due to the organization switching to a new tech stack. Oli introduces Mu, a new FP library for building web services aiming to make such changes painless. Mu offers code annotations for defining RPC or REST APIs, message types, and serialization formats, thus removing a dependency on protocol-specific declarations and enabling seamless changes between different implementations.

Speakers
avatar for Rafa Paradela

Rafa Paradela

Principal Engineer, 47 Degrees
Rafa Paradela is a Principal Engineer at 47 Degrees. He’s passionate about Functional Programming and is a creator and maintainer of some of the most popular Open-Source libraries made by the company. Aside from open source, he’s an experienced Scala consultant and an instructor... Read More →
avatar for Oli Makhasoeva

Oli Makhasoeva

Solutions Architect, 47 Degrees
Oli is a Scala Software Engineer specializing in developing high-load backend platforms. Recently, she shifted gears and joined 47 Degrees as a Solutions Architect where she is working on a variety of different projects focused on improving client experience with Scala and Functional... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 11:00am - 11:25am
Workshop Stage

11:00am

OPEN TALK: Content IQ for Your Cloud Offering
Learn how ABBYY can help bring about your company's cloud-based digital transformation. ABBYY’s Content IQ skills allow the classification and extraction of data from semi structured and structured documents. Content can be transformed and delivered using one of ABBYY's cloud-based products, including the ABBYY Cloud OCR SDK, ABBYY FlexiCapture Cloud, ABBYY Text Analytics for Contracts, and ABBYY Invoice Capture As a Service API. This session will explore a wide range of capabilities offered via cloud computing.

Speakers
avatar for Peter Lang

Peter Lang

Customer Enablement Sales Engineer, ABBYY
Peter Lang began a continued and dedicated focus on capture solutions starting in 1999, and had a leadership role at a national bank focusing on a mortgage capture system. This system achieved $9 million in savings per year in labor, file storage, and materials expenses. Peter Lang... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 11:00am - 11:25am
Expo Stage

11:30am

PRO TALK: Writing Cloud-Native Application with Ballerina and Kubernetes
Ballerina is a new open source cloud-native programming language that is designed to write microservices while maintaining reliability, scalability, observability, and security. It is a compiled, transactional, statically and strongly typed programming language with textual and graphical syntaxes. Docker and Kubernetes are key elements of modern cloud-native deployment automation. After building your microservices, common practice is to create docker images and create YAML files to automate the deployment with Docker and Kubernetes. Writing these YAMLs, Dockerfile descriptors are really painful and error-prone. Ballerina is natively understood the Docker and Kubernetes and able to generate deployment artifacts while compiling the source code. This session will explore how Ballerina specialize on writing cloud-native application and orchestrating into Kubernetes.

Speakers
avatar for Lakmal Warusawithana

Lakmal Warusawithana

Senior Director - Cloud Architecture, wso2 inc
Lakmal Warusawithana is the Senior Director - Cloud Architecture of WSO2. Lakmal has a long history of working in open source, cloud, and DevOps technologies and has been Vice President of Apache Stratos PaaS Project. Lakmal is an architect for containerization and deployment orchestration... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 11:30am - 11:55am
Main Stage

11:30am

PRO TALK: Practical Microservices
With the increasing maturity of container technology and orchestration tools like Kubernetes, transitioning from legacy monolithic applications to microservices is becoming more accessible to teams and organizations around the world. We will be looking at what it practically means to make this move, and what patterns and tools are needed to make it successful.

Speakers
avatar for Guanlan Dai

Guanlan Dai

Tech Lead & Engineering Manager, Kong
As an engineering manager and tech lead at Kong, Guanlan leads end-to-end product development for Kong’s core open source product, Kong Cloud, Kong Brain and Kong Immunity. Prior to Kong, he led the Edge Platform team at Cloudflare. Guanlan has built and optimized high-performance... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 11:30am - 11:55am
Workshop Stage

11:30am

OPEN TALK: Key Management and Security in Cloud Development
In this session, we will discuss the problem of securely storing, sharing, and managing keys and secrets in cloud development workflows. With the proliferation of private keys used in cloud services, it is increasingly important to carefully protect these crown jewels. We'll review existing offerings and discuss CryptoMove's new product Tholos, which uses moving target defense packaged in a SaaS product that easily plugs into other services to seamlessly protect keys and secrets

Speakers
avatar for Rohan Kurane

Rohan Kurane

Founding Lead Solutions Engineer, CryptoMove
Rohan is a founding lead solutions engineer at CryptoMove, and also is a core part of CryptoMove's customer-facing field engineering and solutions architecture team. Rohan leverages over a decade of hyperscale distributed storage experience at IBM and Pannassas, solving difficult... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 11:30am - 11:55am
Expo Stage

12:00pm

Lunch Reception (PRO PASS ONLY)
Lunch Reception is included with all PRO pass tickets.
Lunch for all PRO Pass holders will be served in the PRO Lounge from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM.

* PRO PASS TICKET HOLDERS ONLY

Thursday May 30, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Expo Hall

1:00pm

OPEN TALK : A Day in the Life of a Developer in a Containerized World!
With applications getting rapidly containerized and the movement to microservices, the developer's life has changed significantly over the last decade. This session will focus on what a day in today's developer's life looks like with the plethora of Devops tools and paint some picture for what more can be expected with all of the Devops startup products that are rapidly growing.

Speakers
avatar for Vidya Subramanian

Vidya Subramanian

Founder, MyTechLadder.com and founder Devopsly LLC, Devopsly LLC
Vidya Subramanian is an entrepreneur and a technologist who believed in DevOpsand pushed for it before the word was in existence.Her firm Devopsly LLC helps startups and enterprises alike with software operational excellence strategies. They build and execute the technical solutions... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 1:00pm - 1:25pm
Expo Stage

1:00pm

KEYNOTE: Cloudability -- The Perfect Storm of DevOps, Cloud and Data
DevOps brought massive efficiency, consistency and reliability to the craft of operating technology infrastructure. Public cloud delivered a utility based "pay as you go" model to technology buying with nearly unbounded supply. The combination of the two has created a perfect storm in terms of how businesses consume technology and how that consumption needs to be managed. This talk will discuss the emerging complexity resulting from the convergence of cloud and DevOps and will highlight consumption trends over time across billions of data points from Amazon Web Services, Google Compute Platform and Microsoft Azure. Attendees will gain a better understanding of trends in cloud consumption and how to effectively integrate that consumption into their existing Agile practices while better aligning with the changing needs of the business.

Speakers
avatar for Erik Onnen

Erik Onnen

CTO, Cloudability
Erik is the CTO at Cloudability where he runs the Product and Engineering organizations. With a background in operations and distributed systems, he gravitated towards AWS early in its inception. He has spent the last four years helping the largest users of public cloud improve their... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 1:00pm - 1:30pm
Main Stage

1:30pm

OPEN TALK: Build HQ Trivia (Better Than HQ)
Streaming live video at low latency with user-interaction laid on top is hard, but it's about to get a lot easier with standards-based approaches and existing network technology. A lot of app developers right now are taking cues from HQ Trivia and adding the ability for viewers to interact with live streamers in relative real-time, through chat, answering questions, betting, bidding, and more. They are all currently running into the same challenge of bringing the latency of live streaming video down, while syncing up interactions between the live streamer and thousands of viewers. There is currently a race between WebRTC-based approaches which are very low in latency but hard to scale, and HTTP-based approaches which are easy to scale but higher in latency. Neither are great. In this session I’ll speak to the different approaches available and the standards-based approaches that will soon help solve the issue using technologies that are already available to us.

Speakers
avatar for Steve Heffernan

Steve Heffernan

Founder & Head of Product Development, Mux
Steve Heffernan is the creator of Video.js, an open source web video player in use on over 1 million websites and with over 1 billion videos played per month. He's been helping run the SF Video Tech Meetup and the Demuxed video engineering conference for the last 5 years. He's currently... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 1:30pm - 1:55pm
Expo Stage

1:30pm

PRO TALK: Web Assembly and Serverless: It's Easier Than You Think!
When you think of Web Assembly, do you think of writing Assembler code? Do you have horror stories about Serverless functions having a high latency due to performance issues that could be streamlined with native code modules? This talk is for you (and anyone interested in learning how Web Assembly works, how it's not as scary as it sounds, and how it can be paired with Serverless to create a more flexible architecture.

Speakers
avatar for Kas Perch

Kas Perch

Developer Relations, Cloudflare
Kas (they/their/them pronouns) is a Developer Advocate at Cloudflare by day, and an Electrical Engineering student, IoT addict and author, and cat snuggler by night. They love learning and spreading new development technologies to whoever will listen.


Thursday May 30, 2019 1:30pm - 1:55pm
Workshop Stage

1:30pm

KEYNOTE: IBM -- The Path to Transformation with Hybrid Cloud
Cloud-enabled transformation has evolved from cost saving measure to business innovation strategy -- one that combines the cloud with cognitive capabilities to drive market disruption. Learn how you can achieve the insight and agility you need to gain a competitive advan- tage. Industry-acclaimed CTO and cloud expert, Shankar Kalyana presents:
 • The foundational principles for a single hybrid cloud architecture
• The essential attributes to enable business growth and innovation on the cloud
• How microservices and cloud-based APIs can accelerate your innovation
• Why existing data sources are so critical to your success
• How DevOps and Containers can deliver new services around cognitive, machine learning and IoT
• Roadblocks to avoid on your path to transformation

Speakers
avatar for Shankar Kalyana

Shankar Kalyana

IBM Fellow, CTO for Cloud Consulting Services, IBM
Only the most exceptional IBMers are appointed with the rare distinc- tion of IBM Fellow, the highest technical honor in the company. Shan- kar has also received the prestigious Outstanding Technical Achieve- ment Award three times - an accomplishment befitting only the most innovative... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Main Stage

2:00pm

PRO TALK: Multigrain Services: Micro vs. Mini vs. Macro
Everybody is moving to microservices, but Gartner says that by 2019, 90% of organizations will think they’re too disruptive and switch to miniservices. In the meantime, enterprises continue to look at their monolithic applications and macroservices and plan for microservice nirvana, not knowing how likely they are to fail. As with most new technologies, a one-size-fits-all approach is a bad idea. Come to this session to learn the differences among microservices, miniservices, macroservices, and monoliths and when to use each of them. We’ll investigate DevOps and organizational structure in addition to the technology specifics.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Carder

Joe Carder

Sr. Enterprise Architect, Rogue Wave Software
Joe has over 23 years of experience in the IT field and has been working with web applications and open source projects since the late 90s.  In his current position as an Enterprise Architect Joe works with a plethora of industries, assisting organizations migrating to modern cloud... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 2:00pm - 2:25pm
Main Stage

2:00pm

OPEN TALK: Role of DevOps and Cloud in a Modern Digital Organization
Most organizations are turning to cloud and devops as a core component of their strategy to become a modern digital industry player. This applies equally to companies such as fortune 500 well established market leaders as well as small startups trying to establish their place. It is a mindset change in order to stay relevant and agile and compete against their nimble competitors. In this talk, I will cover the key aspects of cloud and devops as pertaining to digital transformation of medium to large sized organizations

Speakers
avatar for Faisal Mushtaq

Faisal Mushtaq

VP Technology & Head of Global Cloud & DevOps Practices, GlobalLogic
Faisal is an innovative, dynamic, and inspirational executive and entrepreneur with extensive leadership experience in building global organizations, delivering innovative products, driving growth, improving efficiencies and gaining market share, both in fast pace startup environment... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 2:00pm - 2:25pm
Expo Stage

2:00pm

PRO TALK: Building Fullstack Serverless GraphQL Applications in the Cloud
Follow along as we build a fullstack application using GraphQL, React, Apollo, and Neo4j Database. We'll show how to leverage the scale of serverless for our GraphQL API and how to take advantage of 3rd party services like Auth0 for handling authentication and authorization in our GraphQL app. This demo-heavy live-coding presentation will focus on showing developers how they can maximize productivity and scalability when building fullstack GraphQL applications. While developing a simple restaurant review application with React, we will show how to build a JavaScript Node.js GraphQL server and deploy to a serverless environment using functions-as-a-service, including how to integrate with a database and connect to our client app. Finally we will add authorization and authentication to our app, showing how to lock down our GraphQL API.

Speakers
avatar for William Lyon

William Lyon

Software Developer, Neo4j
William Lyon is a software developer at Neo4j, the open source graph database, where he works on building integrations for graph databases and and helps developers build applications with graphs. He is the maintainer of neo4j-graphql.js and a contributor to GRANDstack.io. Prior to... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 2:00pm - 2:25pm
Workshop Stage

2:30pm

PRO TALK: Leading an Empowered Team to Build Modern Cloud Platforms
Understanding the modern tech stack is half of the solution to building a successful cloud platform.  Successful engineering teams need to be empowered to adopt and learn new technology quickly and safely within their products.  In this session, you will learn some strategies to drive ownership and create an environment for developers and testers to build and launch successful microservices and serverless architectures.

Speakers
avatar for Bob Karaban

Bob Karaban

VP of Engineering, SkyKick
Bob Karaban is VP of Engineering at SkyKick. He is responsible for executing the product roadmap and building a high-performance platform that scales to 25,000 Microsoft partners and hundreds of thousands of SMB end users. Prior to SkyKick he was an Enterprise Architect designing... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 2:30pm - 2:55pm
Main Stage

2:30pm

PRO TALK: Serverless Architecture: A New Frontier in Could Computing
Serverless architectures are driving innovation in cloud, making applications deployments more efficient and faster. Applications taking advantage of BaaS (Backend as a Service) and FaaS (Function as a Service) and rich clients are driving down the datacenter TCO (Total cost of ownership) for companies, in addition to reducing the engineering complexity and TTM (Time to market).

Speakers
avatar for Amith Pulla

Amith Pulla

Technical Program Manager, Intel Corp
Amith Pulla is a Technical Program Manager at Intel Corp, currently working at the Intel site in Hillsboro, Oregon. Amith works with engineering teams developing virtual platforms in the pre-silicon software space. Amith works with platform software enabling plans in pre-silicon to... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 2:30pm - 2:55pm
Workshop Stage

3:00pm

Networking / Exhibitor Snack Break
Thursday May 30, 2019 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Expo Hall

3:30pm

OPEN TALK: Steel Thread Approach to Building Large Scale Architectures
This talk describes the journey of building a brand new, platform-first, microservices architecture at Box. Building a new architectural stack presents a bunch of challenges with design choices, technology selection, and balancing simplicity with richness of feature offerings. A 'steel thread' to designing architectures helps identify the critical components of the stack and then gradually roll out incremental features - all while the engine is still running. The challenges really snowball when you on-board live traffic with high scale, high throughput and low latency requirements. The talk aims to share a structure on how to approach building large scale microservices architectures, challenges faced while on-boarding live traffic and finally lessons learnt while doing it.

Speakers
avatar for Gaurav Gargate

Gaurav Gargate

Head of Services Infrastructure, Box
Gaurav runs the Services Infrastructure group at Box. This group focuses on building service frameworks, infrastructure components and critical developer tools that power the microservices eco-system at Box (Vertx, Netty, Docker, Kubernetes). Gaurav enjoys architectural challenges... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 3:30pm - 3:55pm
Expo Stage

3:30pm

PRO TALK: Don't Let FaaS Do a BaaS Job
Serverless Computing, serverless functions, and FaaS are all popular buzzwords that are gaining more and more traction. Even if we call Serverless “serverless”, there are still servers involved. In this session, we will discuss the history of Serverless, when and why it should be used, and the differences between BaaS and FaaS and I’ll show the transformation of an example application from locally hosted to be FaaS while still using some of the BaaS features.

Speakers
avatar for Tessa Mero

Tessa Mero

Developer Advocate, Cloudinary
Tessa Mero is a Developer Advocate for Cloudinary. Previously a Web Developer and a College Instructor, she is very passionate about teaching developers. She enjoys organizing an API meetup and conference in the Seattle area. In the past, she has contributed to a leadership team for... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 3:30pm - 3:55pm
Workshop Stage

4:00pm

CANCELLED -PRO TALK: A DevOps State of Mind: Continuous Security with Kubernetes
With the rise of DevOps, containers are at the brink of becoming a pervasive technology in Enterprise IT to accelerate application delivery for the business. When it comes to adopting containers in the enterprise, Security is the highest adoption barrier. Is your organization ready to address the security risks with containers for your DevOps environment? In this presentation, you'll learn about: - Best practices for addressing the top container security risks in a container environment including images, builds, registry, deployment, hosts, network, storage, APIs, monitoring & logging, and federation. - How to automate and integrate security vulnerability management & compliance checking for containers in a DevOps CI/CD pipeline - Deployment strategies for deploying container security updates including recreate, rolling, blue/green, canary and a/b testing.

Speakers
avatar for Chris Van Tuin

Chris Van Tuin

Chief Technologist, NA West, Red Hat
Chris Van Tuin, Chief Technologist, NA West at Red Hat, has over 20 years of experience in IT and Software. Since joining Red Hat in 2005, Chris has been architecting solutions for strategic customers and partners and is a frequent speaker on DevOps, Security, and Containers. He started... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 4:00pm - 4:25pm
Main Stage

4:00pm

OPEN TALK: Deploy Kubernetes Clusters on Any Cloud Using Terraform, Coreos, and Docker
Learn how deploy a production grade Kubernetes cluster on any cloud provider using Kubernetes, Terraform, CoreOS, Docker, etcd, and flanneld. We will walk through all the steps required to autonomously provision your own Kubernetes cluster without getting locked into any cloud provider.

The talk will provide an overview how to deploy an entire Kubernetes cluster from scratch using open source tools:
- Manage the underlying infrastructure using Terraform
- Get the Kubernetes control plane up and running using KubeADM
- Using kubectl to deploy your first application

Speakers
avatar for Spartak Buniatyan

Spartak Buniatyan

CEO/Founder, KubeGrid
Spartak Buniatyan, has been in the technology development field for over 20 years with heavy experience in developing technologies for large scale enterprise applications. Managing large multidisciplinary teams, and understanding the challenges of sustaining high scale customer facing... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 4:00pm - 4:25pm
Expo Stage

4:00pm

PRO TALK: The Realtime Revolution: How Instant Connections Are Transforming Products & Industries
Every major technology shift for the last decade has been driven by persistent, consistent, realtime connections: drive-share has eclipsed taxis by instantly connecting riders and drivers; connected exercise machines like Peloton have brought community to home exercise; e-agriculture is boosting yields at rates unimaginable even ten years ago. There are two industries in the world today: those that have been transformed by realtime connections, and those that are about to be.

In this keynote we will examine how the always-on Internet is being replaced by the always-connected Internet; discover technologies that offered early promise and are now evolving into something new and different, with HTTP/2 ready to be the catalyst for the next growth spurt; and outline the new design patterns, combining globally-orchestrated realtime infrastructure with serverless and Edge computing, that will be fundamental to the emerging winners across industries.

Speakers
avatar for Simon Jones

Simon Jones

VP Marketing, PubNub
Simon is a Silicon Valley veteran, with two decades' experience in building, marketing, and selling innovative B2B products. Most recently, Simon was Evangelist and Head of Marketing for Cedexis, an intelligent Interenet traffic management company, which was acquired by Citrix in... Read More →


Thursday May 30, 2019 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Workshop Stage
 
Friday, May 31
 

8:30am

EXPO HALL OPEN
Friday May 31, 2019 8:30am - 3:00pm
Expo Hall

8:30am

Registration Open: Badge Pick Up
Pick up your DeveloperWeek Seattle: 2019 Attendee Badge at the Registration Desk from 9:00am - 5:00pm!

Friday May 31, 2019 8:30am - 3:00pm
Registration

9:00am

PRO TALK: Productionizing Your Machine Learning Models with Serverless Microservices
You've developed and trained your ML model, and it performs beautifully in your development environment -- but what happens when you move that into production, and it suddenly has to scale massively varying elastic workloads, compete with other models for memory and processing resources, or mesh with models deployed in other languages and frameworks? It isn't enough to simply fire up a machine instance, write a Flask wrapper, and call it a day: properly productionizing a model requires a deep understanding of container management, load balancing, CI/CD, dynamic resource allocation, and more. In this talk, we'll look at what your team does and does not need to build in order to move from weeks of deployment time to mere minutes, while preserving elasticity, low-latency, and flexibility.

Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Peck

Jonathan Peck

Developer & Advocate, Algorithmia
A full-stack developer with two decades of industry experience, Jon Peck now focuses on bringing scalable, discoverable, and secure machine-learning microservices to developers across a wide variety of platforms via Algorithmia.com


Friday May 31, 2019 9:00am - 9:25am
Workshop Stage

9:00am

PRO TALK: Architectures for Successful Continuous Delivery in a Multi-Cloud World
The cloud takeover is in full force – but how businesses leverage cloud in a hybrid and multi-cloud world is often still a murky topic. No one cloud is perfect, and organizations still need to plan for supporting and migrating legacy applications. Enterprises in particular also face challenges of how to drive a common compliance and security strategy across multi-cloud and on-prem deployment. Furthermore – cloud is not just an “IT Ops Thang” - it’s a core consideration for DevOps success! In fact, according to the 2018 DevOps Research and Assessment State of DevOps Report companies that “do cloud right” are 23 times more likely to be elite DevOps performers!  This talk will explore how businesses can think more broadly about how to architect CI/CD pipelines, release processes, and applications to leverage the benefits of today’s hybrid and multi-cloud reality. We’ll cover some key concepts that will help you achieve Continuous Delivery success, including: · Five key cloud practices you might not be leveraging · Strategies for building pipelines that enable the five keys to doing cloud right  · Managing software delivery for cloud-native and traditional teams · How to standardize security and compliance across legacy and cloud-native delivery pipelines · Considerations for future proofing your pipelines and release processes

Speakers
avatar for Anders Wallgren

Anders Wallgren

VP Technical Strategy, CloudBees
Anders Wallgren is VP Technical Strategy at CloudBees. Anders has over 25 years’ experience designing and building commercial software. Prior to joining CloudBee, he held executive positions at Electric Cloud, Aceva, Archistra, and Impresse and management positions at Macromedia... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 9:00am - 9:25am
Main Stage

9:00am

OPEN TALK: Square Peg Round Hole: Serverless Solutions for Non-Serverless Problems
In the beginning, serverless architectures only handled a tiny fraction of application use cases. Now, serverless handles almost all of them! In this updated version of my talk I outline how last year's challenges are this year's piece of cake. We then look at what still lies ahead for serverless!

Speakers
avatar for Chase Douglas

Chase Douglas

CTO, Stackery
Chase Douglas is the co-founder and CTO of Stackery.io, a serverless acceleration toolset for developing and managing applications and services. His experience spans the gamut of technical and managerial, specifically focused on how teams of developers build products collaboratively... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 9:00am - 9:25am
Expo Stage

9:30am

PRO TALK: Creating Platform Agnostic Packages That Can Run Anywhere
One of the dreams of development is to build a software package once, then be able to deploy it anywhere. With current Open Source projects this dream is closer than ever. Come to this talk to learn how to create software packages that run (almost) anywhere. You will see how the same application can be run on bare metal, on a VM, or in a container - with everything needed to automate that application already built into the package itself. This even works with a mixed infrastructure - metal for your static compute heavy loads, vms for your persistent data stores, and ephemeral short lived containers for you applications managed by Kubernetes or other container scheduling services. Come to this talk to also learn how to build and deploy these packages with the intelligence to self organize into topologies, no central orchestrator needed. Learn how the dream of platform agnostic and self organizing packages is fulfilled today and where it will evolve in the future.

Speakers
avatar for Nell Shamrell-Harrington

Nell Shamrell-Harrington

Principal Software Development Engineer, Chef Software
Nell Shamrell-Harrington is a principal software development engineer - community engineering lead and member of the Habitat core team at Chef. Additionally, she is a member of the Board of Directors of Operation Code, a non-profit dedicated to teaching military and veteran’s software... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 9:30am - 9:55am
Main Stage

9:30am

OPEN TALK: The Single Most Important Technological Trend Shaping the Human Experience
The key word here is experience, changing the way we interact, collaborate, learn, move, and understand others, the world around us, and ourselves. The human experience is radically changing. It’s getting faster, more efficient, bigger, and more connected. That technological trend is real time, and it’s changing every industry, product, and app out there today, and driving forward the ones of tomorrow.

Driven by low-latency, high-reliability connectivity, the real world and the virtual world are merging, and the separation between the two continues to blend more and more. In this talk, PERSON how the human experience has reached its next stage of transformation.

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Pollock

Jeremy Pollock

Director of Product Management, PubNub
Highly technical product leader with a strong business acumen, I’m an experienced Product Manager who loves building products that solve complex and meaningful problems. My recent time at Mashery, a leader in the API management space, helped me refine my team building and leading... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 9:30am - 9:55am
Expo Stage

10:00am

OPEN TALK: Cloud Video, Headache Free
Video is the future. It's becoming more widespread in use-cases like recruitment and hiring, banking apps, medical apps, and most obviously, education. But video is also synonymous with "headache." The file size, transcoding, embedding, and security. But with the availability of video platforms that live in the cloud, enhancing your workflows with video doesn't need to be complicated and can even require only a few lines of code. In my talk I will discuss what video can do for your business, and various ways that you can efficiently, simply, and easily transform your business into a video powered business.

Speakers
avatar for Avital Tzubeli

Avital Tzubeli

Developer Advocate, Kaltura
After four years of backend development (python and java), Avital decided to actualize her passion for meeting new people and inspiring them to build cool stuff. As a developer advocate, Avital gets to meet smart people in different countries, create fun tutorial videos about the... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 10:00am - 10:25am
Expo Stage

10:00am

KEYNOTE PANEL -- Blockchain Use-Cases for Developers, Enterprise and the Cloud
Blockchain use cases & implementation for Enterprises. We will discuss the approach and thinking for creating decentralized solutions built on architectures like Blockchain.
Share an overview on where the industry is currently at and where its headed. We will answer the most asked questions such as -- Who's using Blockchain? Why Blockchain vs a Database? How will the Cloud have a role in Blockchain? We have a panel talks from those actively working on Blockchain implementations for their companies and the ecosystem


Speakers
avatar for Justin Wu

Justin Wu

Founder, Coinstate
I'm a growth marketer & Information Architect. Cofounder of BlockchainNW, Seattle's First Blockchain Conference. I run all things growth for Blockchain projects & dapps. - BlockchainNW: Hosted the first Blockchain Conference in Seattle.- Block North: 2 Day Conference Vancouver B.C... Read More →
avatar for Tom Lindeman

Tom Lindeman

Co-founder, ConsenSys Diligence
Tom Lindeman is Co-founder of ConsenSys Diligence and MythX and Chair of the EEA Smart Contract Security SIG. Tom is currently focused on developing web 3 security solutions and services and building out a thriving ecosystem of blockchain security companies and professionals.
avatar for John DeVadoss

John DeVadoss

Head of NEO Global Development, NEO Global Development
DeVadoss has more than 15 years of experience with Microsoft, and co-founded text11, a messaging service that integrates machine learning. While at Microsoft, deVadoss was responsible for driving the success of .NET with architects in Microsoft’s competitive efforts against Java/J2EE... Read More →
avatar for Chris Spanton

Chris Spanton

Principal Architect, T-Mobile
Senior Architect in T-Mobile’s Cloud Center of Excellence, Chris has spent the last 15 years leading the creation and adoption of emerging technologies in highly regulated environments across healthcare and telecom. As a participant in blockchain standards development with the Enterprise... Read More →
avatar for Robert Mao

Robert Mao

CEO, ArcBlock
Robert Mao, CEO of ArcBlock, has been covered widely by global news media including TechCrunch, CNN, USA Today, and other outlets. He was introduced to Bitcoin in 2009 and has been researching and experimenting with blockchain technology since 2013. He is a regular speaker about cryptocurrencies... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Main Stage

10:30am

OPEN TALK :A Story on Digital Torque Transformation
A Success Story on large application moving in to cloud with zero impact to the business by using Pivotal Container Service on Kubernetes cluster. What we did, Docker Tech to Containerize the application 12 factor cloud principle Used Pivotal Container Service (PKS) to deploy Kubernetes clusters What we gained Business continuity Environments availability Performance improvement Scalability CI/CD pipeline Blue/green/canary deployment Telemetry

Speakers
avatar for Linga Reddy	Boddam

Linga Reddy Boddam

Principal Engineer, T-Mobile USA Inc.
20+yrs experience in software engineering field. Currently working in T-Mobile USA Inc Bellevue WA last 13+yrs Designed developed SOA architecture and MS Architecture applications Integration experience large scale application (Billing, Finance, Inventory) within Company and integrating... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 10:30am - 10:55am
Expo Stage

11:00am

PRO TALK: The Future of Medicine and AI
I will discuss both the current state of research in Ai as well as some of the ethical and regulatory challenges that we are currently facing in the medical field.  It is estimated that data in healthcare will double every 73 days, however much of this data is lost in silos, and research and innovation stunted by poor interoperability as well as data harmonization abilities. Although we have made advances in being able to personalize medicine, image recognition, and identify target genes for novel therapies, improvements in the ability to validate these topics, lack of discourse between datascientists and physicians, and important ramifications of algorithms (e.g influencing someone's life or well being) is necessary for the field to advance. Additionally, our work has demonstrated that most ML algorithms do not perform better than logistic regression, which has been used by the medical field for decades, raising the question of what additive benefits in many clinical scenarios ML may have. Finally, I urge individuals to consider what we are optimizing (length of life? quality of life?) and how some of these metrics may be measured or achieved.

Speakers
avatar for Bethany	Doran

Bethany Doran

CEO/Founder | Cardiologist + Bioinformaticist at UC Denver, Lumas Health
Ever curious and interested in the fundamental human experience, Dr. Doran has approached life from many angles ‚ as a physician, entrepreneur, humanist, data scientist and artist. As one of the principal cardiologists in the world who researches artificial intelligence and its... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 11:00am - 11:25am
Workshop Stage

11:00am

KEYNOTE: Google Cloud -- Think Bigger: Empowering Developers with Google Cloud
Speakers
avatar for Greg DeMichillie

Greg DeMichillie

Director, Developer Relations, Google Cloud
Although he's been in the tech industry for more than 20 years in a variety of leadership roles, Greg is basically still a developer at heart. As the Director of Strategy for Google’s Developer Relations team, he works with product, engineering, and marketing to ensure we put developers... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 11:00am - 11:30am
Main Stage

11:00am

OPEN TALK: Democratize Serverless Platform with Knative
The evolution of Public Cloud Platforms made infrastructure provisioning and delivery of applications/services faster than ever before. Applications are traditionally deployed on compute instances and offers full control of infrastructure. However, teams are indebted to maintain/rehydrate instances in addition to paying full usage of resources in spite of low utilization. On the other hand, Cloud vendor’s serverless platform such as AWS Lambda has created huge buzz lately however it is good for trivial applications (small workloads) and often requires massive redesign for porting existing applications. Though the vendor’s serverless platform charges only for the usage of resources, it creates a vendor lock-in when build and design applications tailored made to run on the platform. In parallel, Kubernetes (K8s) emerged as the first choice container orchestration cluster solution. It is matured, cloud-agnostic, battle-tested and planet-scale platform, born out of 15 years of Google’s experience of running production workloads. While k8s opened up an array of new possibilities of managing applications, we are yet again surprised with Knative, open source serverless add-on, run atop of K8s. In this technical session, demonstrates application deployment simplified through Knative, abstracting physical infrastructure details from users. The k8s cluster nodes spread across cloud platforms (AWS, GKE, Azure) will be used for the demo which ensures no vendor lock-in and proves any containerized application can be deployed on a shared infrastructure yet isolated by namespace and promotes optimal resource utilization. Also, the session deep dive into Knative ecosystem and how to leverage built-in support for metric collection, log monitoring and distributed tracing in no extra time.

Speakers
avatar for Guhan Selvaraj

Guhan Selvaraj

Site Reliability Engineer, Nordstrom Technology
Being a Computer Science Engineer, Consummated 9+ Years of IT experience with an extensive knowledge in Designing, Deploying and Running the Enterprise Infrastructure Services. Skilled in Jenkins, Splunk, Datadog, Containers, Linux, and AWS.
avatar for Mahesh	Veerabathiran

Mahesh Veerabathiran

Master Software Engineer, Capital One
Mahesh Veerabathiran is a Full-stack engineer, specialized in building Microservices at scale, Big Data processing & DevOps automation. He is a Certified Kubernetes administrator (CKA), AWS developer and SysOps administrator associate. He has a depth of experience in cloud application... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Expo Stage

11:30am

PRO TALK: Cloud AI Landscape
There are already hundreds of AI functions available via different APIs. Pick Machine Translation, Sentiment Analysis, Image Tagging or anything else - there's already a choice of 20-30 AI vendors to pick from. I will make a brief overview of what types of models are already available in the cloud, which of those enable customization and important things to look after when selecting the model (or a set of those) for a specific project. I will also touch AI API developer experience, to give an idea what a developer should be prepared for when choosing the API to work with.

Speakers
avatar for Konstantin Savenkov

Konstantin Savenkov

CEO, Intento, Inc.
After getting a Ph.D. in 2008, Konstantin Savenkov led research and development efforts for online content services, then worked as CTO at Zvooq and as a chief operating officer at Bookmate. In 2016, he contributed his experience in artificial intelligence, tech, and operations to... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 11:30am - 11:55am
Workshop Stage

11:30am

PRO TALK: Outcome Driven Development Planning
Most organizations and groups focus on outputs of work. What is the team working on and how does that align with our product vision? This stunts innovation and in the end we are not utilizing team members for what you hired them for: to be engineers. Let's focus on outcome vs output planning and how we can drive focused efforts and creativity as an organization.

Speakers
avatar for Konnor Willison

Konnor Willison

Software Engineering Manager, Salesforce
Raised in the San Francisco Bay Area I found disruptive innovation and collaboration all around me. I've been able to incorporate my passion for technology, development, and culture with one of the most innovative company in the world. From implementing the most exciting and impactful... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 11:30am - 11:55am
Main Stage

12:00pm

Lunch Reception (PRO PASS ONLY)
Lunch Reception is included with all PRO pass tickets.
Lunch for all PRO Pass holders will be served in the PRO Lounge from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM.

* PRO PASS TICKET HOLDERS ONLY

Friday May 31, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Expo Hall

12:30pm

KEYNOTE: VMware-- The Unintended Consequences of Cloud, Blockchain, Big Data and AI
There is rising concern about some of the "unintended consequences" of Cloud, Blockchain, Big Data and AI, with worrisome narratives related to: sustainability; security; privacy; the future of jobs; the lack of AI transparency; etc. We can’t just sweep these concerns under the rug. Instead, let's identify ways to confront these unintended effects of innovation head-on and ensure that information technologies continue to be both a force for good and a positive factor in addressing societal challenges.

Speakers
avatar for David Tennenhouse

David Tennenhouse

SVP, Chief Research Officer, VMware
David Tennenhouse is VMware’s Chief Research Officer. He leads the research & innovation activities that are accelerating and extending VMware’s technology leadership. These include: formation of a new VMware research group focused on networks and distributed systems; a portfolio... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Main Stage

1:00pm

Hiring Talk : Publicis Sapient - Now to Next
Publicis Sapient Cloud Practice

Speakers
avatar for Mahesh Naik

Mahesh Naik

Director Technology, Publicis Sapient
Senior Information Technology Leader with 25+ years of experience in designing, building, implementing and supporting technology solutions to support technical and analytical needs of the business. A natural and influencing leader, relationship builder who combines a vast technical... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 1:00pm - 1:15pm
Expo Stage

1:00pm

FEATURED SPEAKER: Leading Expedia Group’s Cloud Migration
In this session, I will share the top technical and leadership lessons from leading Expedia Group’s cloud migration.

Speakers
avatar for Subbu Allamaraju

Subbu Allamaraju

Vice President of Technology, Expedia
Subbu Allamaraju is a technologist at the Expedia Group where he leading a large-scale migration of Expedia’s travel platforms from enterprise data centers to a highly available architecture in the cloud. Subbu is a well-rounded engineer and influencer with hands-on experience in... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 1:00pm - 1:25pm
Main Stage

1:00pm

PRO TALK: Shifting Left on Cloud Security to Develop and Deploy Faster
“Shifting left” on security and compliance (finding and fixing vulnerabilities and policy violations earlier in the application development lifecycle) can have a huge payoff in being able to deliver software faster and more frequently. Applying DevSecOps approaches to cloud infrastructure can eliminate time-consuming certification processes and security audits and increase application reliability. This session will walk through how to begin thinking about and implementing “shifting left” on cloud infrastructure security and compliance. Attendees will learn practical steps to: - Create a developer and operations-oriented approach to cloud security - Automate infrastructure validations into CI/CD pipelines using policy-as-code - Automate audits for continuous compliance and cost savings - Improve collaboration and reduce friction between departments - Build a business case to gain buy-in with different stakeholders

Speakers
avatar for Josh Stella

Josh Stella

Cofounder & CTO, Fugue
Josh Stella is Co-founder and CTO of Fugue, the cloud infrastructure automation and security company. Fugue identifies security and compliance violations in cloud infrastructure and ensures they are never repeated. Previously, Josh was a Principal Solutions Architect at Amazon Web... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Workshop Stage

1:30pm

PRO TALK: How Intuit Moved TurboTax onto the Cloud
In this session, Intuit presents how they prepared TurboTax to take the production load, and how they gained the confidence to run their 2017 peak activity entirely on AWS. They discuss resiliency testing, game days, operational run books, working with AWS Support, and how each of these activities impacted their confidence in their reliability and availability. 

Speakers
avatar for Jeffery Weber

Jeffery Weber

Distinguished Architect, Intuit, Inc
I have lived, gone to school, and worked in the San Diego area for my entire life. I am married and have four children. In my off time, I like to listen to music, watch movies or off road around the local mountains, along the coast or in the desert. I enjoy seeing the countryside... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 1:30pm - 1:55pm
Main Stage

1:30pm

OPEN TALK: Blockchain as a Service at Scale
Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) is quickly becoming the preferred business model for blockchain providers and customers. Dragonchain, a Seattle-based blockchain company, helps enterprises build solutions quickly on most secure, scalable, and business-ready public/private hybrid blockchain platform. 

Making information immutable and working with a public blockchain can be difficult. Two of the biggest challenges we have heard from developers are “I don’t want to learn a new language” and “we want to move faster.” In this session, we will explore how Dragonchain uses Kubernetes, AWS-S3, Docker, and OpenFaas to run faster, cheaper, and in any programming language you can put in a container. This presentation will explain how to run untrusted code in production, segregate customer traffic, authenticate node traffic with async cryptography, and ensure a customer’s blockchain scales with their needs.

Speakers
avatar for Dean Shelton

Dean Shelton

Senior Software Engineer, Dragonchain
Dean brings over 10 years of software development experience to his position at Dragonchain, and has served on the teams of both startups and major corporations. In his time with Fortune 100 companies like Microsoft and The Walt Disney Company, Dean has worked on projects like Disney's... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 1:30pm - 1:55pm
Expo Stage

2:00pm

PRO TALK: Building Security Access to Remote Devices
During the presentation, I am going to talk about the building secure architecture to access remote devices using reverse proxy and ssh tunnels.

Speakers
avatar for Mykhailo Brodskyi

Mykhailo Brodskyi

Lead Software Engineer, GlobalLogic
Mykhailo Brodskyi (Lead Software Engineer, GlobalLogic), who has 7+ years experience working on information systems design, development, and implementation. Presently, Mykhailo leads a network security project and is focused on improving development process efficiency with the help... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 2:00pm - 2:25pm
Workshop Stage

2:00pm

PRO TALK: Promises Auto-Delivered
Continuous Integration, Deployment and Delivery can be a hard concept for many people coming into agile. The act of continuously pushing new code into production frequently can be scary. For some the idea is so far out-there, they think they could not possibly achieve it and never try. This workshop will focus on practicing building, testing, deploying, and managing self-served services in cloud using azure.

Speakers
avatar for Shobana Krishnamoorthy

Shobana Krishnamoorthy

Senior developer in office division, Microsoft
Shobana Krishnamoorthy is a Senior Developer in the Office division at Microsoft Corporation, USA. She has over 12+ years’ experience in the technology industry with a background education in Computer Science. As a Developer at Microsoft, Shobana and team are responsible for automating... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 2:00pm - 2:25pm
Main Stage

2:30pm

CLOSING KEYNOTE: Amazon Web Services -- Building a MLP (Most Lovable Product): Why MVP Is No Longer Enough
Cloud developers all know about MVP (minimum viable product). While MVP has helped companies focus on validating the riskiest assumptions, this approach has notable downsides, the most significant one being that “alpha” or “beta” versions of products often don’t engage users, or create enough “love” to help the product grow. A much better alternative is to aim for the MLP (most lovable product). What makes a product lovable and immediately irresistible? It must solve a customer’s problem and it must be designed with the user’s experience and goals in mind. Users should be able to easily connect with the product, want the product to succeed, and provide actionable feedback to improve the overall effectiveness of the product. Come to hear the closing keynote, reminding all of us to not only think about how to build, but also keep in mind why we build.

Speakers
avatar for Jin Zhang

Jin Zhang

Director, Capacity Engineering, Amazon Web Services
Named Women of Influence by Silicon Valley Business Journal, Jin Zhang is a technology executive with both Fortune 100 and startup experience in enterprise software.  She delivered 8-figure revenue at IBM, led engineering at Apigee to its IPO, and is now Director of EC2 Capacity... Read More →


Friday May 31, 2019 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Main Stage

2:50pm

OPEN TALK: Raffle Winners Announced
Visit the Information Booth and enter to win future DeveloperWeek Tickets.
Must be present to win. 

Friday May 31, 2019 2:50pm - 3:00pm
Main Stage