07 April, 2017

SEATS

200 People

SPEAKERS

12 Experts

Park Plaza Hotel, Bangalore - 560037

About the Conference

Bangalore Container Conference 2017 (BCC ’17) is the first conference on container technologies in India.

Organizations are increasingly adopting containers and related technologies in production.

Hence, the main focus of this conference is “Containers in Production”.

Key Details

Venue: Park Plaza (5 star), ORR, Bangalore
Date: Friday, 7th April, 2017
Keynotes: Ian Lewis (Developer Advocate, Google) and Evan Powell (Chairman, OpenEBS)
Workshops: Rancher & Kubernetes
Panel discussion topic: “Containers in Production”
Number of delegates: 200 (minimum expected)
Target audience: Experts, Architects, Developers, DevOps, Practitioners, CXOs and Enthusiasts

Keynote Speakers

Evan Powell

Chairman, OpenEBS.

Ian Lewis

Developer Advocate, Google.

Speakers

Akash Mahajan

Co-Founder & Director, Appsecco

Pradipta Banerjee

Cloud Infrastructure Architect, IBM

Sajith Ainikkal

Platform Architect, Pivotal Software, Inc.

Sreenivas Makam

Senior Engineering Manager, Cisco Systems and Docker Captain

Tanmai Gopal

Founder, Hausra

Vishal Biyani

Founder & CTO, InfraCloud Technologies

Panel Members

Evan Powell

Chairman, OpenEBS.

Ian Lewis

Developer Advocate, Google.

Krishna Kumar

Chief Architect, Huawei Technologies.

Manoj Ganapathi

Chief Architect, CodeOps Technologies.

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SCHEDULE

09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 09:30 AM
Main Hall

Registration

09:30 AM
09:30 AM - 09:45 AM
Main Hall

Welcome Note

09:45 AM
09:45 AM - 10:30 AM
Main Hall

Opening Keynote : Containers and DevOps

Evan Powell
DevOps and Containers go hand in hand. DevOps industry is expected to benefit significantly benefit from the container eco-system and technology. This keynote talks about the challenges and opportunities around deploying containers into production use cases.
10:30 AM
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Main Hall

Topic Name

11:15 AM
11:15 AM - 11:35 AM
Main Hall

Tea Break & Networking

11:35 AM
11:35 AM - 12:05 PM
Hall 1 - Talks

Containers & Cloud Native Operations - CloudFoundry Approach

Sajith Ainikkal
In this brief talk I will touch up on how Pivotal & CloudFoundry Foundation driving a Cloud Agnostic Platform based approach towards building modern cloud native applications without worrying about the hassles of 'Day 2' issues of managing VM and Container clusters and its adoption across enterprise segments. I will also talk about few of the latest stuff in the market including the developments in BOSH, Open Service Broker APIs initiative and OCI (Open Container Initiative). Today Cloud Foundry Garden and Docker are two implementations of OCI and Garden containers can run a Cloud Foundry / Docker /Windows container image.
11:35 PM
11:35 PM - 01:05 PM
Hall 2 - Workshop

KUBERNETES 101

Ian Lewis
"How do I manage application at scale?" That's a common question facing developers today and this code lab helps to make sense of the ever changing scalable app landscape. Use Docker and Kubernetes to deploy, scale, and manage a microservices based application in this workshop.
12:05 PM
12:05 PM - 12:35 PM
Hall 1 - Talks

DOCKER DEPLOYMENT OPTIONS IN THE PUBLIC CLOUD

Sreenivas Makam
Containers provide portability for applications across private and public clouds. In this talk, we will cover Docker deployment options in public cloud. Since there are many options to deploy Docker containers in public cloud, it sometimes becomes overwhelming for customers to choose between the different options.
12:35 PM
12:35 PM - 01:05 PM
Hall 1 - Talks

APPLICATION SECURITY IN A CONTAINER WORLD

Akash Mahajan
Docker containers have taken the developer world by a storm and are poised to transform how majority of applications are built, deployed and operated.
01:05 PM
01:05 PM - 02:05 PM
Main Hall

LUNCH & NETWORKING

02:05 PM
02:05 PM - 02:35 PM
Hall 1 - Talks

LESSONS LEARNT WHILE DEPLOYING AN ON-PREM KUBERNETES CLUSTER

Pradipta Banerjee
"How do I manage application at scale?" That's a common question facing developers today and this code lab helps to make sense of the ever changing scalable app landscape. Use Docker and Kubernetes to deploy, scale, and manage a microservices based application in this workshop.
02:05 PM
02:05 PM - 03:35 PM
Hall 2 - Workshop

Deploying and Scaling Kubernetes with Rancher

Vishal Biyani
This workshop details how you can deploy and manage multiple Kubernetes clusters effectively using Rancher. We demonstrate how you can maintain multiple configurations of Kubernetes cluster with different stacks and configurations for storage, load balancing, Resiliency Planes etc.
02:35 PM
02:35 PM - 03:05 PM
Hall 1 - Talks

Kubernetes as a framework for writing DevOps & microservices tooling

Tanmai Gopal
Kubernetes reminds me a lot of git. Git was originally designed to be a collection of tools to create a version control system. Kubernetes is very similar. It exposes a lot of primitives to help people develop their own orchestration, dev-ops tooling because of it's low-level, beautifully designed APIs. A lot of kubectl tooling, is just using lower level kubernetes APIs underneath. In this talk, I will talk about how we created an opinionated workflow for devops that did everything triggered from receiving git-push and then generate a docker image, issue a zero-downtime rollout, generate SSL certificates, and reconfigure the API gateway using Kubernetes as a framework. This talk will help you understand the Kubernetes API, the Kubernetes execution model and design philosophy, and maybe write your own tools for fun and profit!
03:35 PM
03:35 PM - 03:55 PM
Main Hall

Tea Break and Networking

03:55 PM
03:55 PM - 04:45 PM
Main Hall

Containers in Production

Panel Discussion
(Panel Members : Evan Powell, Ian Lewis, Krishna Kumar, Manoj Ganapathi )
04:45 PM
04:45 PM - 05:30 PM
Main Hall

Closing Keynote : Standards based containerization with Kubernetes

Ian Lewis
Standards for containers have been discussed with much hand wringing. But standards are important and allow a lot of interoperability between systems and the right level of abstraction at each part of the stack. In this talk I will discuss the Open Containers Initiative (OCI), what it is, and what it hopes to accomplish. I will also discuss "cri-o", a tool that provides integration between OCI compliant container runtimes and Kubernetes, and how to use it in your clusters.
05:30 PM
05:30 PM - 06:00 PM
Main Hall

Networking

11:35 AM
11:35 AM - 12:05 PM
Hall 1 - Talks

Containers & Cloud Native Operations - CloudFoundry Approach

Sajith Ainikkal
In this brief talk I will touch up on how Pivotal & CloudFoundry Foundation driving a Cloud Agnostic Platform based approach towards building modern cloud native applications without worrying about the hassles of 'Day 2' issues of managing VM and Container clusters and its adoption across enterprise segments. I will also talk about few of the latest stuff in the market including the developments in BOSH, Open Service Broker APIs initiative and OCI (Open Container Initiative). Today Cloud Foundry Garden and Docker are two implementations of OCI and Garden containers can run a Cloud Foundry / Docker /Windows container image.
12:05 PM
12:05 PM - 12:35 PM
Hall 1 - Talks

DOCKER DEPLOYMENT OPTIONS IN THE PUBLIC CLOUD

Sreenivas Makam
Containers provide portability for applications across private and public clouds. In this talk, we will cover Docker deployment options in public cloud. Since there are many options to deploy Docker containers in public cloud, it sometimes becomes overwhelming for customers to choose between the different options.
12:35 PM
12:35 PM - 01:05 PM
Hall 1 - Talks

APPLICATION SECURITY IN A CONTAINER WORLD

Akash Mahajan
Docker containers have taken the developer world by a storm and are poised to transform how majority of applications are built, deployed and operated.
02:05 PM
02:05 PM - 02:35 PM
Hall 1 - Talks

LESSONS LEARNT WHILE DEPLOYING AN ON-PREM KUBERNETES CLUSTER

Pradipta Banerjee
"How do I manage application at scale?" That's a common question facing developers today and this code lab helps to make sense of the ever changing scalable app landscape. Use Docker and Kubernetes to deploy, scale, and manage a microservices based application in this workshop.
02:35 PM
02:35 PM - 03:05 PM
Hall1 - Talks

Kubernetes as a framework for writing DevOps & microservices tooling

Tanmai Gopal
Kubernetes reminds me a lot of git. Git was originally designed to be a collection of tools to create a version control system. Kubernetes is very similar. It exposes a lot of primitives to help people develop their own orchestration, dev-ops tooling because of it's low-level, beautifully designed APIs. A lot of kubectl tooling, is just using lower level kubernetes APIs underneath. In this talk, I will talk about how we created an opinionated workflow for devops that did everything triggered from receiving git-push and then generate a docker image, issue a zero-downtime rollout, generate SSL certificates, and reconfigure the API gateway using Kubernetes as a framework. This talk will help you understand the Kubernetes API, the Kubernetes execution model and design philosophy, and maybe write your own tools for fun and profit!
11:35 AM
11:35 AM - 01:05 PM
Hall 2 - Workshop

KUBERNETES 101

Ian Lewis
"How do I manage application at scale?" That's a common question facing developers today and this code lab helps to make sense of the ever changing scalable app landscape. Use Docker and Kubernetes to deploy, scale, and manage a microservices based application in this workshop.
02:05 PM
02:05 PM - 03:35 PM
Hall 2 - Workshop

Deploying and Scaling Kubernetes with Rancher

Vishal Biyani
This workshop details how you can deploy and manage multiple Kubernetes clusters effectively using Rancher. We demonstrate how you can maintain multiple configurations of Kubernetes cluster with different stacks and configurations for storage, load balancing, Resiliency Planes etc.

Venue

Team

Ganesh

Co-Founder, CodeOps Technologies

Hari Kiran

Co-Founder, CodeOps Technologies

Deepan Raj

Web Developer, CodeOps Technologies

Herik Modi

Lead Frontend Developer, ZingoHub Pvt. Ltd

Krishna Kishore

Unisys Global Services

Vikrant Wagh

Unisys Global Services