Harbor at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2018 in Seattle

The Harbor team is going to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon for the first time as a CNCF project!


December 6, 2018


Harbor Team

Harbor Team is Heading to KubeCon!

We’re excited to share that we’ll be at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2018 in Seattle next week! Since KubeCon at Copenhagen (which many of us went to, though not representing any particular CNCF project) we’ve been hard at work at improving Harbor by working closely with the community to understand their needs and wants.

Today Harbor is a healthy and vibrant incubated project at the CNCF. We’ve seen growth in our community and superb contributions in the form of issues, code, and project feedback.

Our global team is arriving in Seattle over the weekend and is excited to engage with users, prospective users, and even those who are just curious to learn more about Harbor and what it does. We’ll be wearing Harbor t-shirts throughout the conference, so if you see one of us please don’t be shy and say hello!

There are a few scheduled events / places to find us:

  • Meet the Maintainer Booth - find us at the CNCF Meet the Maintainer Booth on Tuesday from 2:00-3:30pm, Wednesday from 2:00-2:30pm, and Thursday from 10:30AM-11:30AM.
  • Harbor 101 - Henry Zhou, founder of Harbor, and James Zabala, lead maintainer, will be presenting a 101-level presentation that discusses the why and hows of Harbor. If you want a 15,000 ft view of the container registry project and how it might fit in your organization, this is the presentation for you.
  • Harbor Deep Dive - Daniel Jiang and Steven Zou, both senior technical architects of the project, will be discussing how things tick under the hood. Want to learn about the core service, job service, or how we proxy Docker push and pull requests to ensure RBAC and vulnerability scan results are within policy? This is the session for you.
  • VMware Booth - Daniel Jiang, senior technical lead, will be at the VMware booth on Tuesday at 2:00pm.

We couldn’t be more excited to join the community at this fun event and finally meet many of you in person. On a personal level, these events are really what make open source special: meeting those with whom you work on GitHub and Slack every day and discussing how to improve things moving forward IRL.

By the way, mention this blog post and grab a free Harbor t-shirt at any one of the events listed above!