About the Event The Australian Research Container Orchestration Services (ARCOS) Symposium brings together the research and research infrastructure community using Containers and Kubernetes technologies, in order to foster a collegiate community, discuss use cases, share expertise, and contribute to the development of the ARCOS project.
Learnings from these discussions will be fed back into the ARCOS working groups and contribute to the development of ARCOS services.
Why attend? Attend the Symposium to:
- hear from research groups and organisations across Australia on how they are using Containers and Kubernetes
- share knowledge and make new connections, and join the community of experts who are working on Containers and Kubernetes for research
- contribute to the design of new services, and help shape community activities such as training and expertise sharing.
- Who should attend?
- Current ARCOS members, as well as anyone within the Australian research sector developing Kubernetes and container solutions.
Featured Talks Keynote: Dr Paul Coddington, Associate Director, Research Cloud and Storage, ARDC Nectar Research Cloud Handle microservice-based architecture challenges with AWS, Dr Aarthi Natarajan, Senior Technical Trainer, AWS ARDC National Jupyter Notebook Service, Mr Andy Botting, Technical Lead, ARDC Nectar Research Cloud
Time (AEDT) Activities 1 – 1.15 pm Welcome 1.15 – 1.30 pm Keynote: Dr Paul Coddington, Associate Director, ARDC Nectar Research Cloud 1.30 – 2.00 pm National Jupyter Notebook Service, Andy Botting, Technical Lead, ARDC Nectar Research Cloud 2.00 – 2.30 pm Handle microservice-based architecture challenges with AWS, Dr Aarthi Natarajan, Senior Technical Trainer, AWS 2.30 – 2.45 pm Session break 2.45 – 3.45 pm Discussions breakout: Kubernetes & Containers for research 3.45 – 4.30 pm Community presentation 4.30 – 5.00 pm Preparation and summary 5.00 pm Session concludes