Events

Virtual Event: Cloud Native Virtual Roundtable Panel

Date: Wed, June 26, 2024

End Date: Wed, June 26, 2024

Location: Virtual

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Speakers

Eric Schabell
Eric D. Schabell

Director of Technical Marketing and Evangelism | Chronosphere

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Eric Schabell
Eric D. Schabell

Director of Technical Marketing and Evangelism | Chronosphere

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Eric D. Schabell

Director of Technical Marketing and Evangelism | Chronosphere

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Eric is Chronosphere’s Director of Technical Marketing and Evangelism. He’s renowned in the development community as a speaker, lecturer, author and baseball expert. His current role allows him to help the world understand the challenges they are facing with cloud native observability. He brings a unique perspective to the stage with a professional life dedicated to sharing his deep expertise of open source technologies, organizations, and is a CNCF Ambassador.

Overview

Cloud native has been deeply entrenched in organizations for years now, yet it remains an evolving and innovative solution across the software development industry. Organizations rely on a cloud-centric state of development that allows applications to remain resilient and scalable in this ever-changing landscape. Amidst market concerns, tool sprawl, and the increased need for cost optimization, there are few conversations more important today than the conversation around cloud-native efficacy at organizations. Think of cloud native as a tree — once a baby seedling now reaching late adolescence.

There are many branches within the cloud-native story. Each branch holds a different set of leaves and roles that further guide its journey. Google Cloud breaks down “cloud native” into four main pillars: containers and orchestration, microservices, DevOps, and CI/CD. In this report, we plan to explore those pillars further, learning how nuanced technology and methodologies are driving the vision for what cloud native means — and entails — today.

Microservices, containers, CI/CD, and DevOps practices all have an equal role to play in the narrative of cloud native. Our goal is to help strike that balance and its importance with our global developer and IT audience. Cloud native is just as important today as it ever was, and we plan to further explore what that looks like in the modern development landscape.

Virtual roundtable panel titled "Cloud Native: Championing Cloud Development Across the SDLC," featuring sponsors Chronosphere, Wiz, and Lacework.

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