Call for Speakers

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KubeHuddle Toronto 2023

event starts

17 May 2023

event ends

18 May 2023

location

Metro Toronto Convention Centre Toronto, Canada

website

kubehuddle.com


KubeHuddle is a community conference where Developers, Platform Engineers, DevOps, SRE, Cloud Enthusiasts, Technical and Business Strategists come together to learn from each other, collaborate and, innovate.

KubeHuddle first started in Edinburgh, Scotland by @rawkode a.k.a David Flannagan

This conference will cover topics on:

  • Cloud technologies
  • Cloud Native and Kubernetes
  • Edge Computing
  • Platform Engineering
  • Technical Strategy
  • Real life production stories
  • Learning Cloud
  • The humanity and empathy side of tech

KubeHuddle will happen in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in May 2023.

open, 24 days left
Call for Speakers
Call opens at 12:00 AM

15 Jan 2023

Call closes at 11:59 PM

03 Mar 2023

This event is in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-04:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone () is .

We invite ALL SPEAKERS to submit:
  • First-time
  • Second-time
  • Experienced speakers

This is an exciting conference where you get to showcase some of your learnings, your experiments, real world use-cases or just sharing thoughts about the industry.

Consider submitting a session on any of the topics below:
  • Cloud technologies
  • Cloud Native and Kubernetes
  • Edge Computing
  • Platform Engineering
  • Technical Strategy
  • Architecture and design consideration
  • Developer Platforms and Portals
  • Developer tooling
  • App Development challenges
  • Real life production stories
  • Learning Cloud
  • The humanity and empathy side of tech

Talk types:

  1. 30-minute talk (Beginner)
  2. 30-minute talk (Advanced)
  3. 90-Minute tutorial/workshop (any level)

We don't want marketing or vendor pitches, these will automatically be rejected. Companies looking to pitch their products may do so during their 1-minute pitch slot, at their booths (Diamond and Gold tiers), or through engaging and networking with attendees. 

Accepted Speakers will receiver a fully covered (100%) attendance ticket.

We do have a limited travel fund for speakers who are unable to afford travel, or who don't have an employer who'll cover travel costs. If you need travel assistance, if you've been accepted, please let us know.


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event fee

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44 submissions
Submitted sessions
Jubril Oyetunji
  • Day in the life of a pod
Nicholas Morey
  • Understanding GitOps and Continuous Delivery using Argo CD and Helm
  • Control Plane, Service, or Both? – Argo CD Multi-Cluster Architectures
Olga Serrano
  • Empathy, your key to success
Mohd Imran
  • Reality of Switching from Non-IT to DevOps
  • Mistakes you should not make in Open Source
Aakansha Priya
  • Overcoming Impostor Syndrome : The Role of Empathy
Geoff Burke
  • Oh no! I am IT veteran but my boss just told me to figure out Kubernetes!
  • Application Aware Kubernetes Data Protection
Lior I Mechlovich
  • Billing infrastructure for developers- the hard way
Yamini Holla
  • zero-trust architectures accessible to everyone. with istio
Shea Stewart
  • GitOps Considerations for Development and Production Environments
Saptak Takalkar
  • Self service infrastructure provisioning with AWS Service Catalog
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Ale Thomas
  • Kubernetes for the Rest of Us: The Emergence of User-Friendly Tools
Amanda Martin
  • Balancing Work/Life and Open Source
Santosh Kumar Perumal
  • Serverless computing with Knative
Rotem Refael
  • Kubernetes 360º - Data driven observability - from Secrets to logs
Piyush Sachdeva
  • How to Stream Kubernetes logs to Azure Blob Storage using Vector
Shivam Tyagi
  • The past, present, and future of Kubernetes as per Eric Brewer
Rags Srinivas
  • App Dev on Kubernetes and Mitigating the inner loop Complexity
Praveen Kumar Purushothaman
  • Deploying Node Apps using GitHub Actions & Pages
Nisarg Thakkar
  • Introduction to Kubernetes: Navigating the World of Container Orchestration
Kunal Kushwaha
  • kubeHuddle Toronto 2023
Christine Kim, Rob Salmond
  • CNI or Service Mesh? Comparing Security Policies Across Providers
Pooja Mistry
  • APIOps is here: What will you build in an API First World?
Matt Turner
  • Building secure and auditable container images using Chainguard tooling, SBOMs and more
  • Gateway APIs and API Gateways - modern ingress demystified
Aurélie Vache
  • Tips to fight impostor syndrome
Tobiloba Adedeji
  • How to 10x your growth as a Software engineer
Barkatul Mujauddin
  • API Testing Made Easy
Bilal Khan
  • 60DaysOfDevOps - My DevOps Learning Journey
Rohit Ghumare
  • What Does Istio Ambient Mesh Mean For Your Wallet?
Rohit Ghumare, Shivay Lamba
  • Kubernetes observability with eBPF
Ramón Huidobro
  • There's More to Open Source than Code
  • Let's make a tech speaker out of you!
Muhammad Noorani
  • The humanity and empathy side of tech
Juarez Junior
  • Multi-cloud App Dev for Java Developers with Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
JJ Asghar
  • Deploying a simple (Python) app to Kubernetes/OpenShift
  • Burn Out: It’s not just for open source anymore
Fatima Taj
  • The Survival Guide To Being A Junior Engineer
  • Settling into your new tech job like a pro!
Dhrubajyoti Chakraborty
  • Harness CI Test Intelligence - Move Fast, Don’t Break Things
Cory Gideon
  • Micro Frontends: Not the silver bullet
  • You got serverless in my Kubernetes!