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Thursday, May 6 • 11:35 - 12:10
Cluster API Provider AWS (CAPA) Update - Richard Case, Weaveworks & Sedef Savas, VMware

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Cluster API Provider AWS (CAPA) is a SIG Cluster Lifecycle project, which is responsible for building the UX for deploying and upgrading Kubernetes clusters by also handling infrastructure provisioning in AWS. It can be utilized to build declarative, replicable, scalable Kubernetes clusters in AWS.
Learn about the new features in Cluster API (CAPI)/Cluster API Provider AWS (CAPA), the roadmap ahead, and how you can contribute to the project.

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sedef savas

Senior Software Engineer, VMware
Sedef Savas works at VMware as a software engineer and she is one of the maintainers of Cluster API Provider AWS project. Prior to this, her experience mostly lies in the networking domain from Kubernetes networking to Optical networking.
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Richard Case

Principal Engineer, SUSE
Richard Case is a Principal Engineer @SUSE where he works on building Kubernetes products and open source. He’s currently one of the maintainers of AWS & Microvm Cluster API providers.

Thursday May 6, 2021 11:35 - 12:10 CEST
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