Our team is headed to San Diego, November 18-21, for what will be our seventh KubeCon + CloudNativeCon conference!

This is a unique event, ​bringing ​together ​leading technologists from the open source community to further the advancement of Kubernetes and cloud native computing.

We’ll be joining over 10,000 attendees, showcasing how Cisco enables DevOps teams to work with the clouds, platforms, and tools of their choice, building automated, faster application delivery pipelines that work everywhere.

Between our speaking sessions, keynote presentation, demos, and theater presentations, attendees will discover how Cisco’s portfolio of modular Kubernetes-specific tools can help create, connect, secure, and observe apps anywhere.

Come and Find Us!

Stop by Booth D4 to meet with a Cisco expert, sit in on engaging in-booth theatre presentations, or partake in an onsite demo. Plus – test your luck on the Cisco peg board for a chance to win awesome prizes.

We’ll be featuring demos and presentations covering:

  • Setting up and managing a production-grade, optimized Kubernetes environment in any cloud within minutes with Cisco Container Platform
  • Managing the lifecycle of apps, monitoring cost, and creating workflows to drive automation
    with Cisco CloudCenter Suite
  • Monitoring apps with business-level insights with AppDynamics
  • Re-thinking the network for cloud native computing with Network Service Mesh (a CNCF “sandbox” project)
  • Proactively protecting users, access, app, and infra with Cisco Tetration, Cisco Duo and Cisco Stealthwatch Cloud

Don’t Miss the Cisco Keynote and Five Speaking Sessions
Join Vijoy Pandey, Cisco Cloud CTO, on Wednesday morning, November 20, for Network, Please Evolve – Chapter 2. Connectivity, security, and observability are critical to developer productivity and application velocity. The Network Service Mesh (NSM) project attempts to simplify how multi-cluster networking is consumed in Kubernetes by extending the core concepts that are already familiar to the K8s community. This talk will demonstrate how easy it is becoming for developers to consume networking via NSM, when we change our 35-year-old view of IP networking. See details here.

Additional Cisco sessions include:



Jamie Shoup

No Longer With Cisco