If you have not registered yet for the main Kubernetes event in North America which will start on December 10th in Seattle, you may be out of luck.

The event is sold out and is only taking the waitlist applications.

But if you are going, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon promises to be a treat with the content geared for developers, IT professionals, and C-level leaders. The topics will include emerging trends in microservices architectures, cloud deployments and container orchestration with technologies like Kubernetes, Prometheus, Envoy and many more.

With over 6,000 attendees, there should be plenty of discovery and networking opportunities. In addition to end users and technology providers, this vendor-neutral cloud event brings together the industry’s most respected experts and key maintainers behind the most popular projects in the cloud native ecosystem.

The first day of the conference, December 10th, will also include KubeSec Enterprise Summit, a co-located event focused on the challenges faced by larger organizations with demanding security and compliance requirements when deploying Kubernetes in production. The day will provide a unique opportunity to hear from organizations like JMPC, Starbucks and Tinder who have already deployed Kubernetes to support highly secure solutions, as well as a range industry & technology experts who will talk about trends and best practices in securing cloud-native applications.

In Wallarm booth S/A3 you will have the opportunity to view the demo of Wallarm-on-Kubernetes deployment with a secure ingress controller. First introduced at Google Next conference earlier this year, Wallarm solution includes secure NGINX-based ingress controller compatible with most cloud-native deployments and enriched with Prometheus monitoring. Also, on December 12th, we will also be announcing the winners of Wallarm Machine Learning Hackathon; a project stemming from a module for false-positive detection we have recently released into open source.

See you in Seattle!

You can learn more about the conference here and view last year’s keynotes and other videos here.