Wednesday, November 29th, 2017
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Prom C Cafeteria, VMware HQ (see MeetUp event for a map)
Watch the livestream on the VMTN Facebook page



Please join us at VMware headquarters on Wednesday November 29th for an SF Bay Area OpenStack MeetUp hosted by VMware {code}. The speakers at this MeetUp, Dustin Kirkland and Sabari Murugesan, will examine the modern set of container best practices filling the sails of the smartest and most efficient developers in the world. After their presentations, they will stick around after for a bit of Q & A. Please see the details below on the event schedule and speaker bios. Light dinner and drinks will be provided, we hope to see you there!



6:30 – 7:00 Introductions, Snacks, and Brief Presentation on VMware {code}
7:00 – 7:05 – K8s on OpenStack Lightning Talk, Sabari Murugesan
7:05 – 8:00 Discussion and Q&A, Dustin Kirkland
8:00 – 8:30 Networking




Dustin Kirkland

Dustin is a VP of Product Development at Ubuntu/Canonical. Dustin leads a team of expert product managers, directing and managing the product lifecycle and road maps across the suite of Ubuntu server, cloud, desktop, and IoT device products. Dustin drives functional requirements across internal and external teams, delivering marketing and product requirements. Find Dustin on Twitter: @DustinKirkland




Sabari Murugesan

Sabari is a Staff Engineer at VMware and has been working with OpenStack since the Havana release. In the past, he was a core contributor to the Glance project and has also been associated with the Nova and Oslo projects. At VMware, he primarily works as a developer in the VMware Integrated OpenStack & Kubernetes product team, a.k.a “Team OpenStack @ VMware.” Find Sabari on Twitter: @neosab87



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