Next in Cloud Native Development

Cloud native development goes beyond containers. Pioneers are finding innovative ways to run workloads at the edge, integrate run-time feedback into the development loop, and create frameworks that free us from reinventing table stakes like monitoring, retries and traceability.

This track explores emerging approaches and practices that build for the cloud from day one. Walk away knowing what's next.

From this track

Session Architecture

Ephemeral Execution Is the Future of Computing, but What About the Data?

Thursday Jun 15 / 10:35AM EDT

Ephemeral processes like containers are increasingly being used to build and run applications because of their isolation, portability, and efficiency. But they're often bogged down by data gravity when handling data-intensive applications.

Speaker image - Jerop Kipruto
Jerop Kipruto

Senior Software Engineer @Google

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Christie Warwick

Software Engineer @Google

Session Edge Computing

Living on the Edge

Thursday Jun 15 / 11:50AM EDT

Edge computing is not a new concept, but in the past few years we're seeing powerful tools made more easily available at the edge from providers such as Cloudflare, Netlify, and Vercel. In this session, we'll look at:

Speaker image - Erica Pisani
Erica Pisani

Sr. Software Engineer @Netlify

Session Cloud

Developing Above the Cloud

Thursday Jun 15 / 01:40PM EDT

Cloud development is marred with complexity. In addition to the domain knowledge for their business, a development team must also have significant expertise in cloud hosting and deployment, only some of which can be outsourced to a hosting provider or platform team.

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Paul Biggar

Founder / CEO @Darklang

Session Local First

Offline and Thriving: Building Resilient Applications With Local-first Techniques

Thursday Jun 15 / 02:55PM EDT

Discover the art of building offline-first applications that function even in the face of unreliable or nonexistent network connections.

Speaker image - Carl Sverre
Carl Sverre

Entrepreneur in Residence @Amplify Partners

Session Cloud

From Smoothie Architecture to Layer Cake with Durable Execution

Thursday Jun 15 / 04:10PM EDT

Traditional cloud applications tend to mix up several core concerns, such as business logic, state management, and handling of failures, into a ‘Smoothie’ architecture, which greatly impedes their development and evolution.

Speaker image - Sergey Bykov
Sergey Bykov

SDE @Temporal Technologies


Thursday Jun 15 / 10:30AM EDT


Track Host

Christie Warwick

Software Engineer @Google

Christie Warwick (Wilson) (she/her) is a software engineer with a passion for building quality software and having fun doing it. During her career she has worked on everything from currency exchange to AAA games.

Currently, she builds continuous delivery tools at Google, where she is proud to have co-created Tekton: an open-source continuous delivery platform built on Kubernetes. She is the author of Grokking Continuous Delivery and a speaker at Kubecon, InfoQ, OSCON and more. In her spare time she influences company culture through cat pictures.

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