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Matthew Casperson

Matthew Casperson

Senior Product Manager

Octopus Deploy

Shawn Sesna

Shawn Sesna

Senior Solutions Architect

Octopus Deploy

Kubernetes builds on over 15 years of experience in running Google’s containerized workloads, with valuable contributions from the open-source community.

Octopus has had fully-featured Kubernetes deployments as a concept for 3 years. We recently added full support for the Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and in 2020 we released Runbooks.

Join Matthew Casperson, Senior Product Manager, and Shawn Sesna, Senior Solutions Architect, to learn:

  • What is Kubernetes, and how do you provision a cluster with Octopus Deploy?
  • How fully-featured Google Cloud Platform support works in Octopus Deploy
  • How Runbooks, GCP, and Octopus Deploy are the ultimate Kubernetes experience for engineers

Meet the speakers

Matthew Casperson

Matthew Casperson

Senior Product Manager – Octopus Deploy

I have loved technology since my first Commodore 64, and that passion remains to this day. By day you'll find me integrating enterprise platforms with Octopus, writing guides and books for platforms like Kubernetes, blogging, and training my colleagues. By night I'm playing with bleeding edge open source projects and contributing to various blogs.

Shawn Sesna

Shawn Sesna

Senior Solutions Architect – Octopus Deploy

Shawn Sesna is a Senior Solutions Architect at Octopus Deploy. He helps our customers by providing advice, trouble-shooting features, analyzing instances, and creating examples on samples.octopus.com. He’s also written many [blog posts] (https://octopus.com/blog) on maximizing your use of Octopus Deploy. Before Octopus, Shawn was with the Washington state government for 21 years. His positions included developer, database administrator, configuration manager, and DevOps engineer. In 2015, Shawn implemented Octopus Deploy, replacing a homegrown solution he developed in C#.