We're talking about data during this month's meetup! Learn more about storing data in containers from experts at Portworx and dive into how Igneouswent about architecting their private cloud service for unstructured data.
6:00pm - Portworxout of SF is flying down to discuss best practices for persistent container data and infrastructure automation
6:45pm - Igneouswill talk about their on-prem IaaS for handling unstructured data. Including the how & why!
7:30pm - Networking, pizza, & beer! Like all our meetups we want you to come away with new information and connections!
Andy Pernsteiner, Igneous - Andy is a Field Product Engineer for Igneous, where he helps customers craft solutions which leverage Igneous' unique capabilities. This includes 3rd party integration, custom development, and working with Ops teams to keep their workflows and data-driven pipelines running smoothly.Prior to Igneous, he spent 2 years running the technical Field Enablement team for MapR Technologies, a leading Hadoop and Data Platform provider. Andy also spent eight years at Isilon Systems in various roles, including escalations, delivery, and finally as the Principal Systems Engineer lead for Eastern North America.Andy currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. When not staring at screens of varying size, he enjoys road bicycling, hiking, and (attempting) home improvement projects.
Jeff Silberman,Portworx - Jeff is global solutions architect at Portworx, where his responsibilities include technical product management, technical marketing, technical account management, and hands-on integration for container schedulers (Mesos, Kubernetes, Rancher, Swarm) and automation frameworks (Terraform, Ansible, CloudFormation). Previously, Jeff was a member of the original Cisco UCS Technical Marketing Team. Prior to Cisco, Jeff spent four years at NetApp in the Advanced Product Development Group, bringing some of the industry's first unified fabric solutions to market. Jeff has a BA in computer science from UC Berkeley.
Special thanks to Lululemon and Hub Seventeen for hosting us!