Observability Day North America, an event co-located with KubeCon Chicago on November 5th 2023, is accepting talk submissions through August 6th.
Observability Day fosters collaboration, discussion, and knowledge sharing of cloud-native observability projects (including but not necessarily limited to Prometheus, Fluentd, Fluent Bit, OpenTelemetry, and OpenMetrics), as well as vendor-neutral best practices for addressing observability challenges. Sessions include a keynote, panel discussions, workshops, lightning talks, and individual presentations. This event is intended both for audiences that are new to observability as well as for seasoned practitioners. Observability Day will enable you to spend a day peeking under the hood of major Cloud Native Computing Foundation observability-related projects and broadening your knowledge of observability. The event is vendor-neutral and organized by members of the community.
Kubernetes Community Days, regional K8s events, continue all around the world – currently accepting paper submissions are KCD Texas, KCD UK, and KCD Denmark, all in October. More information about these can be found on the KCD site.
Cloud Native Rejekts, held in Chicago on November 4th & 5th, will accept submissions from August 28th through September 4th. This conference, like B-Sides for security, gives a “second chance” to your Kubecon talks or gives you the opportunity to submit super fresh and new material.