7–9 November 2016: Conference & Tutorials
9–10 November 2016: Training
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Amir Chaudhry

Amir Chaudhry
Member of the Technical Staff, Docker

Website | @amirmc

Amir Chaudhry works at Docker, where he helps make unikernels accessible to developers everywhere, and is the community manager for MirageOS. Most of Amir’s time is spent on open source efforts, and he’s a big fan of automation to maximize developer impact. In previous lives, he led operations at a medical device startup, created a seed investing program, and was a board observer. Amir also has a diverse academic background: he holds an MSci in physics and a PhD in neuroscience. When not working on unikernels, Amir is probably looking at the sky and wondering when he can next go skydiving.

Sessions

17:05–17:45 Monday, 7/11/2016
Amir Chaudhry (Docker)
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 2 ratings)
The stakes are rising as we connect ever more electronics to the Internet (connected pacemaker, anyone?), and we tend to carry forward legacy technology, assumptions, and problems into these new environments. By rethinking how we deploy and manage cloud software today, we can better program the IoT. Amir Chaudhry explores one approach—unikernels—that can span both the cloud and the IoT. Read more.