Speakers

Léo Unbekandt - Scalingo
How have we been building a containers-based PaaS these last 5 years?

Entrepreneur and Hacker, building new stuff thanks to technology is what I love to do. CTO and co-founder of the PaaS provider Scalingo for 4 years, I’ve focused my efforts on building distributed infrastructures, and hosting-related technologies especially linux containers. I like telling the world how it is to run such things in production and how it has been built. I’ve been working on containers orchestration and scheduling for a while, glad it’s something cool today :. Otherwise I like cooking and hiking, but that’s another story.

Léo Unbekandt - Scalingo
How have we been building a containers-based PaaS these last 5 years?
Damien Lespiau - Weaveworks
Kubernetes L7 Load Balancing Without a Service Mesh

Software Engineer - Weaveworks

Damien has spent way too much time playing with Linux over the past 20 years. He has worked on all sorts of embedded products, is a GNOME contributor, has spend years in the Linux kernel making Intel GPUs behave and is now working at Weaveworks, helping define what the future of containers looks like.

Damien Lespiau - Weaveworks
Kubernetes L7 Load Balancing Without a Service Mesh
Daniel Garnier-Moiroux - Pivotal Labs
Concourse: container-first continuous integration & delivery

After being a consultant and business analyst for a little while, Daniel came back to doing what he loves the most, software engineering. He has applied his skills in numerous business domains, such as e-commerce, railway planning or fire department operations management. He has a keen interest in automation, and more broadly in improving software engineering productivity.

He is now a software engineer at Pivotal Labs in Paris, where he practices and teaches extreme programming on a daily basis, TDD’ing and pairing like crazy.

Daniel Garnier-Moiroux - Pivotal Labs
Concourse: container-first continuous integration & delivery
Stéphane Teyssier - WeScale
Shoot-em up interactif des orchestrateurs

Son credo “éviter les approches étoile de la mort”. Stéphane combat le surdesign en prônant des mises en oeuvre rapides, dans une optique itérative.

Stéphane Teyssier - WeScale
Shoot-em up interactif des orchestrateurs
Alexandre Beslic - Mantissa Labs
Improving on the reliability and operational complexity of container orchestration systems

Alexandre Beslic is a Software Engineer at Vente-Privée. He is currently working on topics such as High-Availability of distributed services and ensuring data storage replication and consistency. Additionally, he explores new ways to manage large clusters of machines at Mantissa Labs, a personal project he started. Previously he was responsible for orchestrating containers at Docker with the Swarm and Swarmkit projects where he notably worked on the distributed datastore that powers Docker Swarm mode. Alexandre has an MSc in Computer Science/Distributed Systems and Software from the Pierre and Marie Curie University (Paris VI Sorbonne).

Alexandre Beslic - Mantissa Labs
Improving on the reliability and operational complexity of container orchestration systems
Laurent Grangeau - Sogeti
Continuous Delivery de mes conteneurs en production

Laurent Grangeau is a Cloud Solution Architect at Sogeti with more than 10+ years of experience. Former Java developer, he has since developed in .NET, with Agile and DevOps mindsets. He has been experimenting with cloud providers for more than 5+ years. Docker enthusiast from the beginning, he has experienced with building microservices and distributed systems. He loves to automate things and run distributed applications at scale.

Laurent Grangeau - Sogeti
Continuous Delivery de mes conteneurs en production
Sébastien Lavallée - Meetic
Building an end-to-end testing strategy on top of Kubernetes in a world of microservices

Sébastien is a tech enthousiast. As a lead backend developper, he worked on multiple architectures and languages granting him the ability to be a chameleon of the code. At meetic he is a Green Lantern of the developpers often looking out for good practices and the well being of the code

Sébastien Lavallée - Meetic
Building an end-to-end testing strategy on top of Kubernetes in a world of microservices
David Aronchick - Google
Cloud Native ML with Kubeflow

David Aronchick was the Senior Product Manager for the Google Container Engine and led product management on behalf of Google for Kubernetes. David has been helping to ship software for nearly 20 years, founding and being part of the management team for three different startups, as well as squeezing in time at Microsoft, Amazon, Chef, and now Google. David is co-founder of the Kubeflow project, an effort to help developers and enterprises deploy and use ML cloud-natively everywhere.

David Aronchick - Google
Cloud Native ML with Kubeflow
Ludovic Vielle - Jobteaser
JobTeaser, destination Kubernetes

Ludovic is a backend software engineer. After working for two years on the core application of JobTeaser, he has left for aventure and has drown into the ops side of Kubernetes. Now he's dreaming about operators, autoscaling and self-healing.

Ludovic Vielle - Jobteaser
JobTeaser, destination Kubernetes
Alex Diaz - Sysdig
15 Kubernetes failure points you should watch

Alex is Sales Engineer at Sysdig covering the EMEA region focused on monitoring, alerting, troubleshooting and security solutions for containers and microservices. He’s been helping enterprises optimize and accelerate systems and applications for more than 10 years. Prior to joining Sysdig, Alex worked at Riverbed Technologies in multiples roles including Escalation, Distribution and Sales engineering in San Francisco and Paris. Alex holds a Bachelor in Electric Engineering from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.

Alex Diaz - Sysdig
15 Kubernetes failure points you should watch
Liz Rice - Aqua Security
Containers from scratch / Orchestration - security threat or opportunity?

Liz Rice is the Technology Evangelist with container security specialists Aqua Security, where she also works on container-related open source projects including kube-bench and manifesto. This year she is Co-Chair of the CNCF’s KubeCon + CloudNativeCon events taking place in Copenhagen, Shanghai and Seattle.

She has a wealth of software development, team, and product management experience from working on network protocols and distributed systems, and in digital technology sectors such as VOD, music, and VoIP. When not writing code, or talking about it, Liz loves riding bikes in places with better weather than her native London, and competing in virtual races on Zwift.

Liz Rice - Aqua Security
Containers from scratch / Orchestration - security threat or opportunity?
Anthony Seure - Algolia
Kubernetes: Should you use it for your next project?

I’m Anthony, working as a software engineer at Algolia for more than 2 years. With a team of 4 people, I’m working and maintaining the entire software / cloud-based stack which collects, stores and processes the logs of the entire Algolia search engine infrastructure (thousands of servers handling billions of events per day across 16 regions in the world). I’m working with Go, Kubernetes and GCP on a daily basis and a bit of Scala. On my free time, I’m reading more and more about programming language theory, learning piano and watching a lot of movies.

Anthony Seure - Algolia
Kubernetes: Should you use it for your next project?
Andrey Sibirev - Dropbox
Bedrock of Dropbox

Andrey Sibirev is an SRE in Dropbox, New York City. He is mostly focusing on the Dropbox infrastructure platform used to manage the whole Dropbox server fleet starting from hardware provisioning to package management to distribution to runtime environment. As a part of the Bedrock team, he’s responsible for making sure that Dropbox engineers are able to deliver new features and solve problems as fast as possible and in the most efficient way.

Andrey Sibirev - Dropbox
Bedrock of Dropbox
Bastien Cadiot - WeScale
Shoot-em up interactif des orchestrateurs

Bastien est passionné par la conception de systèmes évolutifs, et automatisés. Précédemment Architecte Virtualisation, il est aujourd’hui Cloud Builder DevOps chez WeScale, et GoogleDeveloperExpert Cloud pour Google. Il est spécialisé en Open Source et croit fermement en sa richesse, et sa diversité. Chaque besoin étant unique, il utilise son expérience pour proposer une solution toujours adaptée.

Bastien Cadiot - WeScale
Shoot-em up interactif des orchestrateurs
Benjamin Vouillaume - InTech
Ressources éphémères et Orchestration: Mettons nos workstations au travail !

Consultant chez InTech depuis 2 ans, je suis un nouvel arrivant dans le merveilleux monde de l’IT. Je construis mon expérience grâce à mon enthousiasme et à ma soif d’apprendre. Friand d’échanges et de partages, j’essaye d’apporter ma pierre à l’édifice. Ma devise: Faire, la première fois. Automatiser la seconde.

Benjamin Vouillaume - InTech
Ressources éphémères et Orchestration: Mettons nos workstations au travail !
Samuel Liard - Apizee
Ajouter une offre On-premises à votre SAAS avec Rancher UI

Samuel Liard est architecte logiciel chez Apizee et travaille sur la plateforme SAAS qui offre à leurs clients une solution de contact utilisateur en chat, en vocal et même en vidéo grâce à la technologie WebRTC.

Pendant ses 18 ans d’expérience il n’a pas arrêter de coder que ce soit en java, objectiveC, php ou javascript. Pour partager sa passion du développement, en 2013 il créé l’association Code d’Armor qui réunit encore aujourd’hui une fois par mois les développeurs de la région de Lannion.

Samuel Liard - Apizee
Ajouter une offre On-premises à votre SAAS avec Rancher UI
Jérôme Devoucoux - WeScale
Hashicorp Nomad - Une architecture microservices lean en Prod

Cloud Builder chez Wescale, développeur sur NodeJS et PHP, je me suis plus récemment investi sur des constructions d’infrastructures automatisées sur AWS / Ansible / Terraform.

Jérôme Devoucoux - WeScale
Hashicorp Nomad - Une architecture microservices lean en Prod
Christopher Cho - Google
Cloud Native ML with Kubeflow

Chris has been working to make enterprise software users' day better through technology consulting, Cloud migration, and now Machine Learning projects. Chris spends his time being a product manager on Kubeflow and AI practice lead for Google Cloud EMEA region to help enterprise users take advantage of the best ML platform in the market.

Christopher Cho - Google
Cloud Native ML with Kubeflow
Ihor Dvoretskyi - Cloud Native Computing Foundation
The Cloud Native Way

Ihor Dvoretskyi is a Developer Advocate at Cloud Native Computing Foundation, focused on Kubernetes-related efforts in the open source community. He is a co-founder and co-lead of the Kubernetes Product Management Special Interest Group (SIG-PM), focused on enhancing Kubernetes as an open source product. Besides that, he is participating in Kubernetes release process as a features lead for multiple Kubernetes releases. With a deep engineering background, Ihor has been responsible for projects tightly bound to the cloud computing space, containerized workloads and Linux systems.

Ihor Dvoretskyi - Cloud Native Computing Foundation
The Cloud Native Way
Baptiste Assmann - HAProxy Technologies
Enforcing (micro) service response time on Kubernetes with HAProxy and Prometheus

Baptiste Assmann, Principal Solutions Architect at HAProxy Technologies.
HAProxy expert also involved in some major bugs/features in HAProxy: runtime DNS resolver, Send/Expect checks, ...
Since around 15 years, he is involved in high performance web architectures for different kind of usage: web hosting, CDN and finally software load-balancer / reverse proxy!

Baptiste Assmann - HAProxy Technologies
Enforcing (micro) service response time on Kubernetes with HAProxy and Prometheus
Daniel Maher - Datadog
Monitoring Containers: Follow the Data

Dan is a long-time system administrator - he first installed Linux on his home PC in 1995 and never looked back. A veteran of the original dotcom bubble, he founded a web hosting company in the late 90’s, and has since worked in a variety of environments from start-ups to global corporations, including a stints as a university lecturer and a day labourer. Today, Dan is a Technical Evangelist at Datadog, a role that allows him to satisfy his obsession with classifying and measuring things in general.

Daniel Maher - Datadog
Monitoring Containers: Follow the Data
Alexis Morelle - WeScale
Shoot-em up interactif des orchestrateurs

Cloud Builder chez WeScale, je fais beaucoup de CI, de Docker, d’automatisation, de déploiements, de cloud, de dev, de l’ops… la belle vie quoi.

Alexis Morelle - WeScale
Shoot-em up interactif des orchestrateurs
Andrei Chernyshev - Outfittery
Serverless with Kubeless - usecase in Outfittery

Software engineer, Kotlin enthusiast and Go newbie.

Andrei Chernyshev - Outfittery
Serverless with Kubeless - usecase in Outfittery
David Gageot - Google Cloud
Google Container Tools : développer efficacement dans un monde de conteneurs

David est Developer Advocate chez Google Cloud. Il travaille sur les Containers Tools. Auparavant, il a participé à l’ouverture du bureau de R&D de Docker, à Paris.

David Gageot - Google Cloud
Google Container Tools : développer efficacement dans un monde de conteneurs
Ric Harvey - AWS
Practical AWS Fargate

AWS technical developer evangelist, with a passion for containers and ci/cd. Live demo’s and less slides are my mission.

Ric Harvey - AWS
Practical AWS Fargate
Sébastien Le Gall - Meetic
Building an end-to-end testing strategy on top of Kubernetes in a world of microservices

As a tech lead backend, Sébastien works both on the Meetic microservices development using PHP, the event bus stack using Scala and the automatization concerning the development environments and the CI/CD chain. Sébastien also use Go a lot when it comes to build tooling that make the developers life better.

Sébastien Le Gall - Meetic
Building an end-to-end testing strategy on top of Kubernetes in a world of microservices
Thomas Auffredou - Xebia
JobTeaser, destination Kubernetes

Thomas is a unrestricted tech consultant in Xebia. Behaving as a SRE in JobTeaser, he operates at building shiny and resilient systems and providing tools to his fellow dev teams.

Thomas Auffredou - Xebia
JobTeaser, destination Kubernetes
Alexis ``Horgix`` Chotard - Xebia
Software & Systems Engineer

Alexis ``Horgix`` Chotard is a french systems and software engineer currently working at Xebia (https://xebia.fr/).

With a software engineering background, and experiences more inclined toward systems and infrastructure, he naturally finds himself at home around ``DevOps`` topics. Alexis ``Horgix`` is eager to automate everything he can and currently loves working on various topics such as continuous integration and deployment, or design of dynamic architectures and applications integration into these. He's happy to face new challenges with the gain in popularity of containers and to look for evolutions of traditional workflows. On his spare time, he also maintains a bunch of Arch Linux packages, contributes to Open Source projects and plays with Cloud Native solutions to be able to use them in real clients projects

Alexis ``Horgix`` Chotard - Xebia
Software & Systems Engineer