VMware {code} Meetup attendees enjoy some beer and pizza while listening to the sessions (Photo credit: Chuck Potter)

Thanks to everyone who attended the VMware {code} sponsored OpenStack Meetup last Wednesday! We had over 50 people join us in person to eat pizza, drink beer, and network at VMware HQ, and almost 1,500 virtual attendees watching the livestream on the VMTN Community Facebook page. Watch the full event below.

Thanks for the great footage OpenTechTV!

Sabari Murugesan (@neosab87), OpenStack Staff Engineer at VMware, led a great session on running Kubernetes on OpenStack. In this session Sabari covered ease of deployment of Kubernetes on OpenStack, the flexible control plane, and the advantages of the cloud provider interface.

Sabari Murugesan – Staff Engineer at VMware (Photo credit: Chuck Potter)

Know what you need before you need it.

Dustin Kirkland (@DustinKirkland), VP of Product Development at Ubuntu, spoke about how to maximize developer velocity with containers, and identified countless cases of where Ubuntu has enabled companies in the container space.

Dustin Kirkland – VP of Product Development at Ubuntu (Photo credit: Chuck Potter)

Trade winds have been used by captains of sailing ships to cross the world’s oceans for centuries.

Please find the slides for Sabari and Dustin’s presentations below:

The sessions were followed by some Q&A with Dustin, as well as 30 minutes of networking with the speakers. Our next VMware {code} Experience is coming up on December 14th, covering Containerized Storage, HighPerf Networking w/ EC2, and MultiCluster Ingress Demo. We hope to see you there!

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