Speaker: Jim Barton
Field Engineer @Solo, previously @Redhat @Amazon & @Zappos
Jim Barton is a Field Engineer for Solo.io whose enterprise software career spans 30 years. He has enjoyed roles as a project engineer, sales and consulting engineer, product development manager, and executive leader of tech startups. Prior to Solo, he spent a decade architecting, building and operating systems based on enterprise open-source technologies, at the likes of Red Hat, Amazon, and Zappos. After two years of COVID-driven, Zoom-encrusted isolation, Jim especially enjoys sharing with and learning from three-dimensional people at technical conferences around the world.
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Sidecars, eBPF and the Future of Service Mesh
Controversy over the future of service meshes and their architectures is swirling. This is a vital discussion as enterprise migration to microservice and Kubernetes-based architectures continue. This talk incorporates the latest community developments to explore what the future looks like.
[Panel] Who Cares About Your API?
Who cares about your API?
DevOps has shown us that when developers care about operations, they write better software.
What other viewpoints should developers consider when they're building software?
eBPF AMA w/ Frederic Branczyk & Jim Barton
AMAs are an informal gatherings for Q&A. Bring your questions for in-depth conversations with QCon speakers Frederic Branczyk and Jim Barton.