The Red Hat OpenShift team enjoyed their time in Seattle and we hope you did too! It was great to experience the momentum with which the community continues to drive the OpenShift Origin project forward. We are grateful for all upstream project leads, contributors, customers and partners who contributed to making the OpenShift Commons Gathering a success.

We look forward to seeing you all again in Berlin for the next OpenShift Commons Gathering on March 28th, 2017!

If you were not able to attend, the recordings of all the talks are live on the OpenShift Commons Gathering’s YouTube channel.

The list below contains links to videos recordings of each of the keynotes, talks and panels .

Diane Mueller (Red Hat) Opening Remarks:The Future is Collaboration
Chris Wright & Matt Hicks (Red Hat) Keynote: Matt Hicks Chris Wright Emerging Technology Trends and Red Hat's Full Stack
Craig McLuckie (Heptio) What is Next for Cloud Native? Cloud Native Operations
Clayton Coleman (Red Hat) OpenShift 3.3 Features Functions and Future
Will Benton (Red Hat) Big Containers, Big Orchestration, Big Data
Alex William (The New Stack) Panel: Upstream This!

Panelists: Craig McLuckie (Heptio), Brendan Burns (Microsoft), Clayton Coleman(Red Hat) and Brandon Philips(CoreOS)

Kelsey Hightower (Google) The State of the Container Ecosystem
Brian Gracely (Red Hat) Panel: Members Talk Back!

Panelists: Christophe Attias (Amadeus), Robert Lalonde (Unvia), Jeff McCormick (Crunchy Data) Shea Stewart (

Mateus Caruccio (GetUp Cloud) Kubernetes On Microsoft Azure: Hosting OpenShift
Diane Mueller (Red Hat) Panel: Community Leadership

Panelists: SIG Chairs Judd Matlin (Dell), Erin Boyd (Red Hat Storage), Chris Kretler (UMich), Prashant Mishra (Click2Cloud)

Brendan Burns (Microsoft) Running Kubernetes on Azure
Ashesh Badani (Red Hat) Closing Keynote: The Road Ahead at OpenShift
Troy Hakala & Gay Gilmore (Optimism Brewing) From Techie to Brewmaster:the Optimism Brewery story


About OpenShift Commons

OpenShift Commons is the place for organizations that are part of the OpenShift community to connect with peers and other related open source technology communities to communicate and collaborate across all OpenShift projects and stakeholders.

The Commons' goal is to foster collaboration and communication between OpenShift stakeholders to drive success for all members, and expand & facilitate points of connection between members for sharing knowledge and experience to help drive success for the platform and for participants: customers, users, partners, and contributors.

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