The GSU chapter of the ACM presents
Lead Solutions Engineer
Learn how to use Docker, a popular container platform. Docker containers are the fastest growing cloud-enabling technology with their lightweight approach to bundling applications and dependencies into isolated yet highly portable application packages. Participants
should bring a laptop with Docker already installed. Agenda:
• Brief history of software containers
• What is a Docker container?
• What is the benefit of a software container?
• What a container is and isn’t
• How to build a Docker container
• Running a Docker container
• Do’s and don’ts when designing containers
• Q & A
NOTE: Seating is limited; please arrive early!
About the Speaker: Gary Hutchins is a Lead Solutions Engineer with Docker Inc., where he is focused on helping customers across all verticals leverage containers to improve software delivery. After starting his career in San Diego and working as a Vice President of Technology he moved the family to Georgia and accepted a role as Director of Solutions Architecture where he was focused on helping customers understand and implement new technologies. He currently lives in Atlanta with his wife and three boys. When he is not stacking Docker containers, he enjoys 3D printing and playing with embedded microprocessors. He can be contacted at [log in to unmask].
Win a valuable door prize!
A LuminAID PackLite 2-in-1 phone charger will be given away.
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Room 464, Student Center West
For more information about the GSU ACM chapter, please visit our website: acm.cs.gsu.edu.
The chapter welcomes the following new members: Johanna Beatty and Noah Lone. We also thank Heta Desai, Russell Hornbuckle, Naman Kanwar, and Yang Li for renewing their memberships.