John Willis, Dave Nielsen, Alice Chen
Audience: Intermediate
Topic: Workshops

 This workshop explores the integration and impact of generative AI tools in DevOps and DevSecOps. We aim to comprehensively understand how tools like Large Language Models (LLMs), LangChain, LangSmith, and vector databases  (RAGS) can be effectively utilized in modern software delivery and security practices.


Cali Dolfi, James Kunstle
Topic: Workshops

Are you a community manager looking for insights into your community using open source tools? Are you a data scientist looking to build custom visualizations in Python or with the Dash framework? This workshop is for you! Red Hat’s Open Source Program Office’s data science team will walk you through how they dive into contributor and community data using Augur and 8Knot. This workshop requires Python proficiency.

Maya Singh
Audience: Developer
Topic: Observability

Inspektor Gadget is a CNCF Sandbox project that empowers developers to easily build custom system inspection pipelines to debug low level issues. This presentation will introduce the process of creating, packaging, and distributing 'Gadgets' (OCI Images combining eBPF programs, wasm modules, and metadata). We will show how Gadgets and Inspektor Gadget framework can be used to collect, enrich, and export data to tools like Prometheus or expose data via an API all based on a simple config file. 

Jathan McCollum
Audience: Developer
Topic: Developer

If you’ve been on the Internet, you almost certainly know what an IP address is. Hint: No, it’s not “Internet Position”. But it’s not that simple is it? IPv4 is widely understood, and IPv6 is scary! Network addresses are also factored into how IP addresses are used and managed. We subnet, supernet, delegate prefixes, route networks, track aggregates, assign IP addresses, and so on! How should you properly parse network addresses and IPs? What’s the difference anyhow? Which tools are best and how do I know which to choose?

Julien Riou
Audience: Everyone
Topic: FOSS @ HOME

Dive into the insights and lessons learned from my personal venture in building a distributed infrastructure with commodity hardware. Discover the alternatives to conventional cloud providers, the magic of ZFS, the importance of backups, automation and alerting for an enriched personal cloud storage experience. Explore this feedback on my project, utilizing exclusively FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) tools.

Gleb Otochkin
Audience: Beginner
Topic: PostgreSQL

We want it to be fast, reliable and flexible. We want JSON and we want OLTP with ACID. Can all it work together or we need to choose 2 out of three of our wishes again? What technology can help to speed up the JSON queries? A couple of different approaches for JSON data analytics.

Viral Shah
Topic: Keynote

More information to come.

Denis Magda
Audience: Intermediate

Kubernetes once favored etcd for metadata, as earlier relational databases fell short in scalability and availability characteristics. Over time, as k8s workloads came across several etcd limitations, relational databases continued to advance.

This session shows how Kine integrates into the Kubernetes architecture, enabling distributed relational databases for cluster metadata storage.

Topic: Kwaai Summit


Kwaai Policy Advisory Panel

Zach Mitchell
Audience: Developer
Topic: Developer

Sebastian has just entered the cold, cut-throat world of early stage startups, and you know what you do when you're cold? You layer up. In this talk we'll follow Sebastian as he's thrown from project to project at FurFinder, an AI-powered social media app for cats. As Sebastian works on different projects we'll see how he's able to instantly use development environments provided by different teams and layer them on top of each other like cozy software sweaters.