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October 25, 2022 | Detroit, Michigan
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Tuesday, October 25
 

7:30am EDT

Badge Pick-Up + Vaccine or Negative COVID-19 Test Verification
Tuesday October 25, 2022 7:30am - 6:00pm EDT
Detroit Marriott at the Renassaince | Level 3, Ontario Foyer Detroit Marriott: Renaissance Center, 400 Renaissance Dr W, Detroit, MI 48243

7:30am EDT

Badge Pick-Up + Vaccine or Negative COVID-19 Test Verification
There are two locations at Huntington Place where you can go through Health + Safety to show proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test and pick up your badge:
  • Corner entrance on the cityside @ the corner of W Congress St. and Washington Blvd.
  • Riverside entrance @ Atwater St. (along the Riverwalk)

Tuesday October 25, 2022 7:30am - 6:00pm EDT
Huntington Place Detroit

7:30am EDT

Badge Pick-Up + Vaccine or Negative COVID-19 Test Verification
Tuesday October 25, 2022 7:30am - 6:00pm EDT
Fort Pontchartrain Hotel | Lobby Level, Fort Pontchartrain Room Fort Pontchartrain Hotel: 2 Washington Blvd, Detroit, MI 48226

7:30am EDT

On-site COVID-19 Test Kit Pick-Up
CNCF will provide free eMed testing kits on-site from Sunday, October 23 – Friday, October 28 for those that need to provide a negative COVID-19 test prior to entering the event. There will not be space to take the test where you pick it up, so please plan to test in an alternate location (i.e, your hotel room) with reliable internet. You must test within 1-day of picking up your KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America name badge. 

In addition, antigen COVID-19 tests will be available for any attendee that would like to test throughout the week.

eMed Test Kit Pickup Location
  • Fort Pontchartrain Wyndham Hotel | Lobby Level, Pontchartrain Room, located directly across the street from Huntington Place.
  • Tests will not be available at Huntington Place Convention Center
eMed Test Kit 
  • The eMed test kit includes (1) BinaxNow COVID-19 antigen test 
  • The test is administered by a virtual proctor via the eMed app

Prepare for Your Test in Advance
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*Save time on-site and complete this step ahead of time.
2. Give yourself plenty of time to pick up and take the test. From start to finish, the testing process takes 20-30 minutes.
3. A step by step process to take the virtually proctored eMed test will be provided when you pick up your test on-site. 
4. Once you’ve taken the test you will receive digital results (shared via email and in the eMed app) to share upon entry to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America. 
5. The following data will be shared with the Linux Foundation: date of birth, name, email address, testing result. Your information will be kept confidential. If you do not want to share this data with the Linux Foundation, please unselect this box in the eMed app.


Tuesday October 25, 2022 7:30am - 6:00pm EDT
Fort Pontchartrain Hotel | Lobby Level, Fort Pontchartrain Room Fort Pontchartrain Hotel: 2 Washington Blvd, Detroit, MI 48226

9:00am EDT

Welcome + Opening Remarks - Santiago Torres-Arias, Purdue University & Tracy Miranda, Chainguard
Speakers
avatar for Santiago Torres-Arias

Santiago Torres-Arias

Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University
Santiago is an Assistant Professor at Purdue's Electrical andComputer Engineering Department. His interests include binaryanalysis, cryptography, distributed systems, andsecurity-oriented software engineering. His current researchfocuses on securing the software development lifecycle... Read More →
TM

Tracy Miranda

Head of Open Source, Chainguard
Tracy Miranda is making open source secure by default at Chainguard. Previously Tracy helped launch and was executive director of the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) home of Jenkins, Spinnaker and Tekton. Prior to CDF, Tracy was the Director of Open Source at CloudBees. Tracy... Read More →


Tuesday October 25, 2022 9:00am - 9:10am EDT
Room 430 A
  Opening/Closing Remarks

9:15am EDT

Keynote: The Meteoric Rise of Sigstore - Luke Hinds, Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Since the sigstore project was started back in 2020, the adoption and acceleration of the sigstore project has exceeded by far any original expectations. This keynote will outline the meteoric rise of sigstore over the past two years, as major communities seek to integrate with the project and improve their supply chain security posture.

Speakers
avatar for Luke Hinds

Luke Hinds

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Luke Hinds works within the Emerging Technologies group in Red Hat's CTO office, where he leads a team working on open source security. Luke started the project sigstore, alongside many other OSS security projects. He has held numerous OSS community leadership roles, such as the Kubernetes... Read More →


Tuesday October 25, 2022 9:15am - 9:20am EDT
Room 430 A
  Keynote Sessions

9:25am EDT

Keynote: Signing Git Commits with Gitsign - Priya Wadhwa, Software Engineer, Chainguard
Let's talk about gitsign, Sigstore's newest tool! In this keynote, Priya Wadhwa will discuss how to get started with gitsign to sign and verify git commits without managing keys. Whether you’ve been involved with Sigstore from the start or are brand new to the community, gitsign is the easiest way to start securing your code and integrating Sigstore into your supply chain.

Speakers
avatar for Priya Wadhwa

Priya Wadhwa

Software Engineer, Chainguard
Priya Wadhwa is a software engineer at Chainguard, where she works on a variety of open source projects with the goal of improving software supply chain security. She is a member of the Sigstore TSC and a maintainer of the Tekton Chains project. She's passionate about making security... Read More →


Tuesday October 25, 2022 9:25am - 9:30am EDT
Room 430 A
  Keynote Sessions

9:30am EDT

Keynote: Reality Check: Is it Time to Raise Your Metrics Game? - Asra Ali, Software Engineer, Google Cloud
This talk will briefly describe examples of how sigstore is already being used to improve supply chain security through integration with frameworks like SLSA, FRSCA, and others to secure build provenance, SBOMs, release artifacts, etc. It will also give a glimpse to other integration opportunities to expand the use of sigstore-based digital signatures across the broader OSS ecosystem.

Speakers
avatar for Asra Ali

Asra Ali

Senior Software Engineer, Google
Asra is Software Engineer on the Google Open Source Security Team (GOSST) where she works on projects like Sigstore. She’s a maintainer of Sigstore’s Rekor, and The Update Framework’s go-tuf implementation. In previous times, she worked on Envoy, fuzzing, and privacy-preserving... Read More →


Tuesday October 25, 2022 9:30am - 9:35am EDT
Room 430 A
  Keynote Sessions

9:45am EDT

Platform Driven Compliance with Sigstore at Autodesk - Jesse Sanford, Autodesk
 Autodesk has a long history of producing software that commercial entities use to build and make the world around us. Trust in our software is critical to our success, and as we move to government sales, that has never been more true. Additionally, Autodesk’s software is now more than ever a hybrid of desktop and cloud based solutions. We must build and deploy software to both end user machines and public clouds. Existing software supply chain solutions must be augmented to meet these new system models and secure them wherever they live. In this talk Jesse Sanford will review how Autodesk is adapting it’s existing CI and CD tooling with the Sigstore project to meet current and future compliance needs. Jesse will speak in detail about the container provenance tracking solution built on Cosign with InToto vuln scanning attestations. A demo of our deployment governance solution will be shown which will block out of policy images from being allowed through the CD pipelines. If there is time, I will go into our future plans to implement a machine Identity solution with SPIRE for keyless signing with Cosign, Fulcio and Rekor.

Speakers
avatar for Jesse Sanford

Jesse Sanford

Senior Principal Engineer, Autodesk
Lifelong software engineer focused on site reliability and Infosec. Currently directing traffic at the intersection of Developer Enablement and Security/Compliance at Autodesk. When away from his computer, he is a continuously delivering parent of two young daughters.



Tuesday October 25, 2022 9:45am - 10:10am EDT
Room 430 A

10:10am EDT

☕Coffee Break + Networking
Tuesday October 25, 2022 10:10am - 10:30am EDT
Level 4 Foyer

10:30am EDT

Who's Verifying Your Signatures? Approaching Private Container Image Signing - Ethan Lowman, Datadog
By some estimates, the rate of software supply chain security attacks has more than doubled in recent years, leading to renewed demand for software integrity defenses, especially for popular open source projects. In response to this demand, healthy competition has emerged between signing technologies like Sigstore and Notary v2 to set a new standard for secure delivery of open source container images. But how do these technologies fare when applied to private container image signing? While building integrity controls for their internal Kubernetes software supply chain, Datadog's security team has found that signing and verifying images internally is subtly different than in an open source setting. This talk will compare the unique challenges of signing container images internally versus in open source, and discuss how the leading open source signing frameworks meet those challenges at scale.

Speakers
avatar for Ethan Lowman

Ethan Lowman

Senior Software Engineer, Datadog
Ethan Lowman is a senior software engineer at Datadog working on software supply chain security, including container image signing and verification. Previously, he has worked on large-scale network flow monitoring systems, infrastructure configuration security monitoring tools, and... Read More →



Tuesday October 25, 2022 10:30am - 10:55am EDT
Room 430 A

11:00am EDT

No Keys? No Problem: Why You Can Trust Sigstore Signatures - Asra Ali, Google; Joshua Lock, VMware & Fredrik Skogman, GitHub
Are you skeptical of how a free, transparent, and community operated code signing service can be secure? If “keyless” signing sounds too good to be true, then this is the talk for you! In this talk, we will describe what Sigstore’s public infrastructure must protect in order to deliver this visionary future of keyless signing for software supply chain security. Then, we will discuss how it achieves this using a trust root that follows Sigstore core principles for openness. And finally, for good measure, we will put a Sigstore client to the test with a demo that mimics a real-life compromise of the critical components!

Speakers
avatar for Asra Ali

Asra Ali

Senior Software Engineer, Google
Asra is Software Engineer on the Google Open Source Security Team (GOSST) where she works on projects like Sigstore. She’s a maintainer of Sigstore’s Rekor, and The Update Framework’s go-tuf implementation. In previous times, she worked on Envoy, fuzzing, and privacy-preserving... Read More →
avatar for Joshua Lock

Joshua Lock

Staff Open Source Engineer, VMware
Joshua is a Staff Open Source Engineer in VMware’s Open Source Program Office where he works on software supply chain security standards and tools. He is a steering committee member and maintainer for the Supply chain Levels for Software Artifacts (SLSA) project, an editor of The... Read More →
avatar for Fredrik Skogman

Fredrik Skogman

Staff Engineer, GitHub
Fredrik is a Staff Engineer on the Package Security Engineering team at GitHub, where he focuses on securing the software supply chain. He previously spent several years as the technical lead for Pingdom and the SolarWinds cloud platform, where he focused on scalable and secure architectures... Read More →



Tuesday October 25, 2022 11:00am - 11:30am EDT
Room 430 A
  Sessions

11:35am EDT

Sigstore Or: How We Learned to Stop Trusting Registries and Love Signatures - Wojciech Kocjan & Tyson Kamp, InfluxData
Presentation talks about how InfluxData added signing of container images to its SaaS offering that uses around 100 different container images, is deployed on dozens of Kubernetes clusters in all major clouds. It shows the process from the perspective of DevOps and security teams.

It starts off by answering the important questions - “why are we doing it?” and “what would we get when this is done?”.

Session covers the roadmap InfluxData has taken to move from not signing any images, having partial checks in place to all critical workloads requiring signed images.

The SaaS offering consists of over 50 microservices, whose images are built multiple times a day via CD/CD.

It also uses open-source images by other teams inside the company as well as images provided by other companies.

The session provides details as to how each group differs and gets signed.

Presentation gives technical details on some aspects of the implementation - i.e. adding secure signing of container images in multiple CI/CD systems, key management.

It shows plans for reacting to security issues with images - from regular key rotation to getting all image signatures updated and invalidating older public keys.

Speakers
avatar for Wojciech Kocjan

Wojciech Kocjan

Senior Platform Engineer, InfluxData
Wojciech is an Engineer on the Deployments Team at InfluxData, focusing on automation of InfluxDB Cloud deployments across multiple public clouds and regions. He has a decade of experience working with multiple public clouds, and before that, worked in open source as a developer... Read More →
avatar for Tyson Kamp

Tyson Kamp

Security Architect
Tyson is an ISC2 Certified Software Security Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP), ISC2 Certified Cloud Security Professional (CSSP), and security architect and engineer. He has experience in application development in many environments and phases of development but has focused on security... Read More →



Tuesday October 25, 2022 11:35am - 12:00pm EDT
Room 430 A

12:00pm EDT

🍲Lunch + Networking
Tuesday October 25, 2022 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT
Hall E

1:00pm EDT

Verifiable Build Environments in the Cloud: Powered by Sigstore and Enclaves - Fabian Kammel, Edgeless Systems
Confidential computing is a breakthrough security technology. With it data can be kept encrypted during processing. Tools in the confidential computing space utilize these new concepts to provide fully-encrypted, high security environments, but as everyone in security knows: you are only as strong as your weakest link. Supply Chain Security is one of our industries weakest links. This talk will provide a deep drive of how Sigstore can help confidential (and other high security) products maintain a high level of security, keep their trusted compute base minimal, all the while preserving a high engineering velocity. To that end we will sketch out an architecture to build and sign in the cloud without malicious actors being able to steal signing keys or tamper with build processes. We will also show a live working demo of how such a system could be realized.

Speakers
avatar for Fabian Kammel

Fabian Kammel

Senior Security Engineer, Edgeless Systems
After graduating from Ruhr-University Bochum with a Master's in IT-Security, I worked for 5 years in automotive, transforming old & shaping new security products to drive the cloud transformation for both factory production lines, as well as on-road vehicle services. In my new position... Read More →



Tuesday October 25, 2022 1:00pm - 1:25pm EDT
Room 430 A

1:30pm EDT

Life of a Sigstore Signature - Jed Salazar & Zack Newman, Chainguard
Recently, Kubernetes SIG-release announced that the official Kubernetes container images have adopted Sigstore code signing to protect the supply chain of millions of downstream users. Sigstore, an open-source project aiming to be the LetsEncrypt of code signing, allows Kubernetes users to validate that their images came from the simple, free, and trusted official supply chain. But how does Sigstore actually work? What happens behind the scenes when I sign an image? Why should you even trust it? This talk follows the life of a Sigstore signature for your container image. On this journey, you’ll encounter keyless code signing, certificate authorities, and transparency logs. You’ll also configure an admission controller to create a signing security policy for your clusters.Our request hits every Sigstore component and you’ll stop to learn how they work, from the cryptographic and architectural levels, and discover how Sigstore mitigates supply chain attacks.

Speakers
avatar for Zachary Newman

Zachary Newman

Software Engineer, Chainguard, Inc.
Zack is passionate about developer tooling, supply chain security, and applied cryptography. After 4 years as a software engineer and tech lead on Google Cloud SDK, he moved to MIT CSAIL to research authenticated data structures and Tor network performance. Now, as a software engineer... Read More →
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Jed Salazar

Security Architect, Chainguard
Jed Salazar started his Security and SRE journey securing Alphabet companies at Google and working on Borg clusters. He's passionate about Cloud Native security from the supply chain to runtime and enabling everyone in the community. In his free time, he enjoys trail running in the... Read More →



Tuesday October 25, 2022 1:30pm - 1:55pm EDT
Room 430 A
  Sessions

2:00pm EDT

Securing Kubernetes Manifests with Sigstore and Kyverno - Jim Bugwadia, Nirmata & Yuji Watanabe, IBM Research
Kubernetes offers a powerful declarative configuration management system which allows users to specify the desired state using a set of resources. In this talk, Yuji and Jim will show how you can establish trust and protect the integrity of Kubernetes resources. They will use Sigstore to sign YAML definitions and Kyverno to verify resources during admission controls. They will highlight real-world use cases for resource signing such as tamper-prevention and approval workflows which can be driven using OSS tools like Cosign and Kyverno.

Speakers
avatar for Jim Bugwadia

Jim Bugwadia

Co-founder and CEO, Nirmata
Jim Bugwadia is a co-founder and the CEO of Nirmata, the Kubernetes policy and governance company. Jim is an active contributor in the cloud native community and currently serves as co-chair of the Kubernetes Policy and Multi-Tenancy Working Groups. Jim is also a co-creator and maintainer... Read More →
avatar for Yuji Watanabe

Yuji Watanabe

Senior Technical Staff Member, IBM Research
Yuji Watanabe is a Senior Technical Staff member at IBM Research that lives in Tokyo, Japan. He leads a research team on cloud native security and has been delivering new integrity monitoring and enforcement technology to the open-source community and products. His current focus is... Read More →



Tuesday October 25, 2022 2:00pm - 2:25pm EDT
Room 430 A
  Sessions

2:30pm EDT

The Road to SLSA4 – Applying the Sigstore Ecosystem in a Corporate Environment - Alex Ilgayev, Cycode
Sigstore’s ecosystem enables signing, verifying, and protecting software artifacts in a new way. By doing so, we can confirm that the software is what it claims to be. As part of the rising concerns of software supply chain attacks, we decided to adopt the Sigstore tooling, integrate it as part of our environment to increase the integrity level of our software artifacts, and share our insights of the process. In implementing Sigstore's ecosystem, we encountered several challenges that may be common to other organizations - our artifacts run on cloud-native, self-hosted, and even on-premise environments, and we use several build services, including a self-hosted K8s cluster. During the talk, we’ll explore the following concepts: - The trade-off for self-hosting rekor/fulcio instances against using public ones’. - Implementing “keyless” commit signatures with the gitsign utility instead of standard GPG. - Developing methodology and tools to verify commit signatures. - Using spiffe/spire to give our ephemeral build workloads identities. - Utilizing OIDC tokens for keyless signatures on artifacts in various build environments. - Developing methodology and tools to verify artifacts.

Speakers
avatar for Alex Ilgayev

Alex Ilgayev

Security Researcher, Cycode
Alex Ilgayev is a security researcher specializing in software supply chain security vulnerabilities. At Cycode, he is responsible for hunting down security issues and researching possible mitigations. Before that, Alex led the malware research team at Check Point Research, where... Read More →



Tuesday October 25, 2022 2:30pm - 2:55pm EDT
Room 430 A

2:55pm EDT

☕Coffee Break + Networking
Tuesday October 25, 2022 2:55pm - 3:15pm EDT
Huntington Place Detroit

3:15pm EDT

⚡ Lightning Talk: Helm and the Sigstore Ecosystem - Andrew Block, Red Hat
Helm has become an integral mechanism for packaging and deploying applications within Kubernetes environments. Similar to any other Kubernetes workload represented as containers, Helm chart contents should be signed and verified. Fortunately, efforts within the Sigstore community have brought forth new capabilities when working with Helm in this space. In this lightning talk, attendees will be introduced to the various efforts related to signing and verifying Helm charts using the Sigstore ecosystem. In particular, attendees will: * Learn the various methods that Helm charts can be signed and verified. * Leverage the capabilities provided by the Sigstore project to manage Helm content. * Be introduced to the Helm charts provided by Sigstore and how they can be used. * Understand how they can contribute to the Sigstore project and interact with the community.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Block

Andrew Block

Distinguished Architect, Red Hat
Andrew is a Distinguished Architect at Red Hat that works with organizations to design and implement solutions leveraging cloud native technologies. He has authored several publications related to the cloud native ecosystem including “Managing Kubernetes Resources Using Helm... Read More →


Tuesday October 25, 2022 3:15pm - 3:25pm EDT
Room 430 A
  Lightning Talks

3:30pm EDT

⚡ Lightning Talk: Security Considerations with Fulcio and OIDC JWTs - Zach Steindler, GitHub
Fulcio relies on OIDC JWTs to authenticate requests, as well as providing information about the build environment if the OIDC provider supports it. This is great, as it allows trust between systems without having to manage long-lived API keys, but there's security considerations to be aware of as you use these JWTs. Specifically, we'll go over what data is sent when interacting with Fulcio and Rekor, why it's good to customize the audience when you request a JWT from your OIDC provider, how to approach validating fields, and things to look out for if you find yourself writing code to validate JWTs.

Speakers
avatar for Zach Steindler

Zach Steindler

Security Engineer, GitHub
Zach is in the middle of building a chicken coop, and is slowly learning more about gardening. When he's at the keyboard he likes working on home automation, civic projects, and helping secure open source software. A housing inspector once called his electrical work "amateurish... Read More →



Tuesday October 25, 2022 3:30pm - 3:40pm EDT
Room 430 A

3:45pm EDT

⚡ Lightning Talk: Sigstore Meets Ferris: Rust in Supply Chain Security - Lily Sturmann, Red Hat
Sigstore is gaining momentum as a new standard for signing, verifying and protecting software. It aims to improve supply chain technology for anyone using open source projects: it is created for open source maintainers, by open source maintainers. Rust is a systems programming language known for its speed and built-in emphasis on security. While many of the tools in the Sigstore ecosystem are written in Go, some portions of these tools are now being ported to Rust, which will allow them to be available for more diverse use cases and environments. This session will cover the use of Rust in Sigstore and the integrations and use cases this enables. Note: This presentation will differ from the Devconf.us talk of the same name, "Sigstore Meets Ferris," in that the Devconf one is aimed more at a beginner audience and includes more of a recap of what sigstore is, which will not be the purpose of this talk.

Speakers
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Lily Sturmann

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Lily is a senior software engineer at Red Hat in the Office of the CTO in Emerging Technologies. She has primarily worked on security projects related to remote attestation and confidential computing, and more recently on securing the software supply chain. She has spoken at numerous... Read More →



Tuesday October 25, 2022 3:45pm - 3:55pm EDT
Room 430 A

4:00pm EDT

Sigstore for Python Packaging: Next Steps for Adoption - William Woodruff, Trail of Bits
Sigstore is coming to the Python packaging ecosystem! For the past 9 months, engineers at Trail of Bits have worked with members and stakeholders within the Sigstore community to develop sigstore-python, a high-quality Python API and CLI for performing Sigstore-style signatures and verifications. Now comes the hard part: convincing members of Python's packaging ecosystem, among the largest and most critical, to adopt Sigstore into their package publishing and consumption workflows. This talk will perform a survey of Python packaging, and consider some of the ways in which Sigstore fits into the packaging user experience. Particular consideration will be given to two groups of packaging ecosystem users: "ordinary" users, who should benefit from baseline authenticity and integrity without having to substantially alter their workflows, and "proactive" users, who should be able to opt into *additional* security guarantees (such as verification against TUF-attested claims) both when packaging and consuming others' packages.

Speakers
avatar for William Woodruff

William Woodruff

Senior Security Engineer, Trail of Bits
William Woodruff is a Senior Security Engineer at Trail of Bits, a boutique research and cybersecurity consulting firm based in New York. He splits his time between research and engineering, contributing to program analysis research (primarily in LLVM) for the former and open source... Read More →



Tuesday October 25, 2022 4:00pm - 4:25pm EDT
Room 430 A

4:35pm EDT

Closing + Community Awards - Lily Sturmann, Red Hat & Santiago Torres-Arias, Purdue University
Speakers
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Lily Sturmann

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Lily is a senior software engineer at Red Hat in the Office of the CTO in Emerging Technologies. She has primarily worked on security projects related to remote attestation and confidential computing, and more recently on securing the software supply chain. She has spoken at numerous... Read More →
avatar for Santiago Torres-Arias

Santiago Torres-Arias

Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University
Santiago is an Assistant Professor at Purdue's Electrical andComputer Engineering Department. His interests include binaryanalysis, cryptography, distributed systems, andsecurity-oriented software engineering. His current researchfocuses on securing the software development lifecycle... Read More →


Tuesday October 25, 2022 4:35pm - 5:00pm EDT
Room 430 A
  Opening/Closing Remarks

5:00pm EDT

CNCF-Hosted Co-Located Events Reception
Join us onsite for drinks and appetizers with fellow co-located attendees from Tuesday's CNCF-hosted Co-located Events.

Network with attendees from:
Cloud Native Security Conference Europe hosted by CNCF
EnvoyCon North America hosted by CNCF
GitOpsCon North America hosted by CNCF
Kubernetes AI Day North America hosted by CNCF
Kubernetes on Edge Day North America hosted by CNCF
Prometheus Day North America hosted by CNCF
ServiceMeshCon North America hosted by CNCF
SigstoreCon North America hosted by CNCF

Tuesday October 25, 2022 5:00pm - 6:30pm EDT
Huntington Place Square, Level 2 (outside)
 
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