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HPE Developer Community heads to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022 is May 16-20, 2022. Join HPE on site or virtually!

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HPE will be attending the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022, May 16-20, 2022. We will have a booth on site (booth number G11) at the Feria Valencia, along with a virtual presence that includes the HPE Developer Hack Shack.

HPE’s Dale Rensing has detailed HPE’s activities at the conference in a recent blog on the HPE Developer site. For those who want a quick overview, I’ve included highlights below.

On site activities

Stop by the HPE booth (G11) to chat with HPE experts and HPE Developer Community team members. They’ll give you the rundown on key open source projects HPE is involved in (such as SPIFFE/SPIRE, CSI driver, and Apache Spark™).

HPE software engineers Agustín Martínez Fayó and Marcos Yacob will speak about SPIRE on Friday, May 20th. This session provides a high-level overview of the basic concepts behind SPIRE and explains why you should consider using it if you find it challenging to issue workload identities at scale.

They will also offer a deep dive into the Microsoft Windows support introduced in SPIRE, including details about the implementation, differences between running SPIRE on Windows and Linux platforms, and experiences from both a user and developer perspective. This session runs from 14:55 to 15:30. Make sure you catch it before you head out!

You can also learn about HPE’s software development work and open source efforts at the booth. Each day, you’ll have opportunities to learn about the following topics:

  • What? Not yet an HPE DEV Member? There's Treasure to be Found!
  • Open Source @ HPE – a 25+ Years Love Story
  • Overview of HPE Storage for Kubernetes
  • Introduction to HPE Point Next
  • Introduction to SPIFFE & SPIRE

Virtual activities

During the HPE Developer Community live office hours, you can connect with HPE subject matter experts and collaborate, learning more about open source and HPE technologies. The featured topics will mirror those in the booth.

As part of its virtual presence, HPE will also feature the HPE Developer Hack Shack, a place to learn and have fun. It’s a unique site designed to give virtual events a personal touch and extend the experience beyond the event. The HPE Developer Community will provide numerous activities through the Hack Shack and web portal. A few workshops are listed below; please check out Dale’s original blog for all of the fun activities (including a treasure hunt and arcade).

  • WORKSHOPS-ON-DEMAND: Access over two dozen free, on-demand hands-on training courses. Using a Jupyter Notebook environment, these workshops provide you with hands-on experience across the latest HPE and open source technologies:

HPE is excited to have this opportunity to connect with other technologists—both in person and virtually! Register now.


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Alison Golan is a writer/editor for HPE's social marketing team. For 30+ years, she’s been writing about technology – from hardware and software to networking and streaming. She started her tech career as a public relations specialist, arranging media coverage with CBS, CNN, CNBC, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, and Fortune. Today, she enjoys transforming technical jargon into compelling stories.