Meet us at DevOps Days India 2016

DevOps Days India is scheduled for 4th & 5th November in Bangalore, India. DevOps Days is held all over the world in 20 different cities around the year. It brings together practitioners, thought leaders, developers, infrastructure engineers working in DevOps space for deep technical talks and discussions around new technologies and practices in infrastructure space.

Most of infraCloud team has attended the event over past few years and it is one of our favorite events. Talks like behavioral race condition by Sidu Ponappa (Keynote again at 2015 DevOpsDays event) or 2013 talk on resiliency by PagerDuty team;  the quality and depth of talks has been superb.

We are thrilled to announce that Vishal Biyani, CTO – infraCloud is one of the speakers at the DevOps Days India. Vishal will be speaking and delivering a demo on 5th November 2016 on “Making Kubernetes Simple with Rancher”. If you are attending the conference, please say hello! Schedule for conference is available here

infraCloud has been working on Kubernetes and related technologies, deploying & scaling application delivery platform based on Kubernetes and helping startups adopt Kubernetes API in their products.

Vishal along with Girish (CEO – infraCloud) also co-published an ebook with Rancher on deploying and scaling Kubernetes. If you have not checked it out yet, you must do it now!




Vishal Biyani

Vishal Biyani has worked across the whole spectrum of SDLC from developing code to deploying code and supporting customer. Vishal's roles have spanned from being a consultant to Fortune 500 companies to hands on platform building for Internet scale companies. Vishal is a DevOps practitioner, likes to work in Agile environments with a focus on Test Driven Development. Vishal's interests span continuous delivery, Kubernetes, containers and security. Before founding InfraCloud he worked in companies like HCL and AudienceScience building multiple Cloud and DevOps solutions.

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