Join Tetrate at Service Mesh Day 2019 in San Francisco – The First-Ever Service Mesh Industry Conference
Last week was a tremendous week for Tetrate as we officially launched with $12.5M in funding led by Dell Technologies Capital with participation from Intel Capital, Samsung NEXT, 8VC and Rain Capital.
Our vision as a company is not only to provide best-in-breed service mesh technology to manage microservices in a cloud-native world, but to share the vast experience of our management team and open source network to enable others to understand and adopt service mesh to accelerate digital transformation. This is the motivation behind our decision to put together and host the first-ever industry conference dedicated to service mesh technology – Service Mesh Day 2019.
Service Mesh Day 2019 will be held at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco on March 28 and 29, and will bring together open source experts, cloud providers, customers and industry influencers to explore the use of service mesh technology in enterprise environments. We are honored to be supported in the inaugural event by the likes of Google, Juniper Networks, Capital One, and open source foundations including Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Cloud Foundry, OpenStack and ONF.
Day one will kick off with a full day of workshops, lightning talks, and service mesh architect office hours, allowing guests to gain first-hand experience with service mesh and its necessity to the modern enterprise. On day two, Tetrate’s very own Varun Talwar (CEO and Istio Creator), along with Matt Klein (Lyft software engineer and Envoy creator) will headline a full day of sessions on the future of service mesh and how service mesh can be adopted in production environments.
Joining Talwar and Klein as keynote speakers will be Eric A. Brewer, VP infrastructure at Google and professor of computer science at UC Berkeley; and Larry Peterson, CTO, ONF. We will also be welcoming a handful of leading open source and cloud-native experts including Prajakta Joshi, senior product manager at Google Cloud; Louis Ryan, principal engineer at Google and core contributor to Istio and gRPC; Suresh Visvanathan, senior director at Yahoo, Verizon Media; Randy Bias, VP technology and strategy, cloud software at Juniper Networks; and Bernard Golden, VP cloud strategy at Capital One.
Throughout the two-day event, guests will have the unique opportunity to interact with and learn from such experts about topics including managing microservices for any app, at any scale, decentralized security controls and the future evolution of service mesh technologies. In a community-based setting, guests will also be encouraged to network with service mesh users and creators who are pioneering the movement and can share invaluable knowledge on their work in shaping the direction of the industry.
A complete event schedule is now available along with ticket information. As a valued member of open source communities, please avail of the community discount. We have also set aside up to 30 Full Access Passes for underrepresented minorities in technology which can be applied for here. Hope to see you at the event!