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May 2-4, 2018 - Copenhagen, Denmark
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Tuesday, May 1 • 10:00 - 17:00
Managing Data in Cloud Native and Data Science: A Hackathon presented by Dotmesh and Red Hat

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It’s becoming increasingly important to have a clear strategy for data management in containerized cloud native and data science environments. Learning about new techniques and tooling can help you to stay in control as the challenges become more complex.

This free, full-day session will give you the chance to discuss and use new technologies that offer a data management layer to complement your current cloud native and data science tooling. You will leave with an understanding of how this new approach can increase the usability and speed of your stack.

The day will kick off with talks from Dotmesh and Redhat to bring you up to speed with the issues at hand. We’ll then split into collaborative, non-competitive working groups based around mutual interests. We will provide some suggested topics or you can think of your own.

Attendees are welcome to drop in at their leisure or stay for the entire day.  A working knowledge of coding, Docker, and either Docker Compose or Kubernetes would be useful but everyone is welcome to join. You will also need to bring your own laptop.

Lunch will be provided along with refreshments during the morning and afternoon breaks.

Speakers
Luke Marsden, CEO at Dotmesh – “Introduction to Dotmesh”
Red Hat (Speaker to be confirmed)

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Speakers
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Luke Marsden

CEO, dotmesh
Luke is the CEO and Founder at Dotmesh. He is also a Kubernetes SIG lead for SIG-cluster-lifecycle, where he was involved in developing the first version of kubeadm. | | He previously worked on Developer Experience at Weaveworks, where he spoke and taught at conferences, meetups... Read More →


Tuesday May 1, 2018 10:00 - 17:00
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