The Cloud Awakens
Frustration brought on by vast complexity has engulfed the cloud community. With hundreds of cloud providers, thousands of services, and almost unlimited ways to interact with those services, Cloud Engineers are faced with an almost impossible task.
While Tech Twitter endlessly debates the correct approach to ease complexity, Pulumi has secretly dispatched a platypus, the guardian of simplicity and productivity in the cloud, to settle the debate....
MAY 4 - 5, 2022 | ONLINE
May the fourth be with the cloud community.
PulumiUP is a free, virtual conference open to all interested in cloud engineering, cloud infrastructure, software development, modern applications, or Pulumi.
Whether you're a seasoned cloud engineer or just curious to learn about cloud engineering, at PulumiUP you can hear industry leaders and attend guest sessions, demos, and panel sessions.
Innovation & Future-Forward Thoughts on Cloud
Opening Keynote and Welcome
Joe Duffy, CEO of Pulumi, walks us through the evolution of the cloud and the modernization of infrastructure as code to support the changing needs of development and operations organizations. He will introduce the new features of Pulumi that will further help teams tackle scalability challenges, increase developer productivity, and manage multi-cloud complexity.
Pulumi Infrastructure as Code
Demos will be shared including new Pulumi features in this hands-on, coding-heavy session. You will learn how to build, deploy, and manage cloud applications with infrastructure as code, powered by popular programming languages. You can expect to pick up new best practices for taming cloud complexity and supercharging your productivity when building with modern cloud architectures.
Cloud Engineering at Scale
In this session, we will discuss how cloud engineering can be applied to organizations in order to deliver business innovation. We will talk about the framework in which software engineering can be applied to tame the complexity of modern cloud infrastructure and how to organize teams. Learn how cloud engineering works at Snowflake and how it gives them an advantage over their competition.
Pulumi for Enterprise
Join us as we discuss how Pulumi serves enterprises and organizations with sophisticated security and compliance needs. You will learn what are the most common scaling, access control, security, and compliance concerns of companies adopting Infrastructure as Code, and how the Pulumi Service resolves these concerns. You will also hear a real world case study from an enterprise customer of Pulumi.
Self-Service Infrastructure using Pulumi Automation
Pulumi customer, Elkjøp Nordic shows us how to use Pulumi Automation API to build a self-service application that can create infrastructure on demand. This application can create environments with automated access control that provisions resources like resource groups, GitHub repositories, or Kubernetes namespaces.
Infrastructure as Code Panel
Senior Industry Analyst at RedMonk, Kelly Ann Fitzpatrick, will moderate this panel discussing the technical demands of building modern cloud applications.
Cloud Engineering Panel
In this panel, moderated by Pulumi Co-Founder, Eric Rudder, we will discuss accelerating innovation through cloud engineering.
Closing, Future Roadmap, and Q&A
Joe Duffy and Luke Hoban will close out the day with a recap of all the new features and capabilities introduced, provided a look at our future plans, and finally answer any questions you might have about our announcements or Pulumi in general.
From Zero to Production in Kubernetes
Join David Flanagan & Elijah Zupancic and go from zero to production on Kubernetes by using Python to build abstractions that make getting to production easier.
Introduction to Infrastructure as Code
In this workshop, we’re going to learn more about cloud computing and Infrastructure as Code by exploring how to use Pulumi to build, configure, and deploy a real-life, modern application using Docker.
CI/CD Pipelines for Kubernetes Apps with Pulumi & Codefresh
In this workshop we will cover how to set up automated CI/CD pipelines for Kubernetes applications using Pulumi and Codefresh.
GitOps with GitHub Actions and the Pulumi Operator
In this workshop you will learn how to implement powerful Github Action workflows using Pulumi and the Pulumi Kubernetes Operator.
KubeCrash is a virtual event offering a variety of free crash courses on cloud native open source technologies. Learn directly from the maintainers of CNCF and other open source projects.
Getting started with Infrastructure as Code on Oracle Cloud
In this workshop, you will learn the fundamentals of Infrastructure as Code through a guided exercise where you will provision infrastructure on Oracle Cloud.
End-To-End Infrastructure, Apps, and Auth with Auth0
In this session, we’ll walk you through the process of building and deploying a web app with React, Express, MongoDB, Auth0, and Pulumi.
Getting Started with Azure and Infrastructure as Code
In this workshop, you’ll use the Azure native provider to build infrastructure using TypeScript SDK and examine some of the features not previously possible.
AWS Immersion Day - Hands-on Infrastructure as Code
In this workshop, you will learn the fundamentals of Infrastructure as Code through a series of guided exercises using Pulumi’s Cloud Engineering platform.
Microsoft JDConf 2022 - Infrastructure as Code with Pulumi
Join Pulumi engineer, Kyle Dixler and Microsoft cloud advocate, Brian Benz for a fun talk about the history of infrastructure tooling and an end-to-end example for deploying infrastructure and applications on Azure using modern programming languages.
Deploying Microservices With Pulumi & AWS Lambda
In this workshop, we’ll examine how Pulumi can rapidly accelerate provisioning of cloud infrastructure. We’ll focus on AWS Lambda and build an example set of microservices utilizing AWS’s newest Lambda features.
Getting Started with Infrastructure as Code on DigitalOcean
In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to stand up basic services using Infrastructure as Code through a series of hands-on labs.
Get ready to be inspired, challenged, and transformed. Learn from experts and success stories about early adopters.
Learn from cloud engineering experts about how they manage and solve frustrations with handling cloud complexity all the way from cloud native applications to structuring engineering orgs to be productive with the cloud.
Unlock the power of the cloud with thought-provoking presentations that are designed to help you transform your organization, your business, and yourself. Access open source code on Github and get involved with the community.
You will learn how top-performing cloud engineering teams and organizations are leveraging the cloud to drive remarkable success and how to implement their techniques within your own organization or team.
Who Should Attend
Business leaders, engineering managers, developers, and anyone who is interested in learning more about the cloud and cloud engineering.
- Infrastructure and platform engineers
- Software engineers and developers
- Solutions architects
- Technical leaders (CIOs, CTOs, VPs, Directors)
- Everyone else interested in cloud engineering
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Schedule At A Glance
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Wednesday, May 4th
8:00AM - 12:00PM PDT
PulumiUP is for anyone who is interested in cloud engineering, cloud infrastructure, software development, modern applications, or Pulumi. Whether you’re a seasoned cloud engineer or just curious to learn what cloud engineering is all about, PulumiUP will teach you something new about the future and fundamentals of building on the cloud.
Wednesday, May 4th
A lot of fun and cool stuff will be discussed and announced as part of PulumiUP! Staff Developer Advocate Matty Stratton will be joined by Luke Hoban and Joe Duffy (and others!) to talk about all the cool stuff. Join in the fun on Twitter!
Thursday, May 5th
8:00AM - 12:00PM PDT
Join your friends in the Pulumi community for the first ever Pulumi Community Summit. This virtual event will include an “Open Spaces” concept where you can propose topics ahead of time. Those topics with the most interest will form the agenda for the day, with virtual breakout rooms centered around those themes.
Thursday, May 5th
12:00PM - 1:00PM PDT
Join Pulumi Developer Advocate, Matty Stratton along with CTO Luke Hoban to discuss recent Pulumi feature announcements.
Thursday, May 5th
2:30PM - 3:30PM PDT
Workshop: Introduction to Infrastructure as Code
In this workshop, we’re going to learn more about cloud computing and Infrastructure as Code by exploring how to use Pulumi to build, configure, and deploy a real-life, modern application using Docker. We will create a frontend, a backend, and a database to deploy the Pulumipus Boba Tea Shop, and along the way, learn more about how Pulumi works to make managing all of these different moving pieces a little bit less painful!