Open House: Hang out with Levvel and Google Cloud Platform
Date & Time
November 12, 2019
4:30PM - 7:30PM
101 North Tryon
Levvel HQ Charlotte, NC, 28202
November 12, 2019
This event has been postponed. The new event date will be announced shortly.
You’re invited to join Levvel and Google Cloud Platform for a night of meaningful networking, fine dining, and modern tech strategy. Tour our new 22,000 square-foot headquarters in the heart of uptown Charlotte as we talk technology, connect with the community, and give away over $3,000 worth of prizes from Sunglass Hut, Yeti, and Charlotte Running Company.
If you want to learn about tech for the enterprise, meet others in the industry, land your next job, or win one of our many giveaways, you can’t miss this event.
The open house is open to all—bring your colleagues!
Attendees of This Event Will Learn About:
- Kubernete business drivers and needs
- Benefits and features
- Differentiating factors
- Cost analysis and TCO
Who Should Attend?
- Application Development
- IT Operations
- Tech Product Management
- Tech Product Ownership
- Future Levvel employees
Senior Cloud Architect, Levvel
Darren is a Senior Cloud Architect at Levvel with extensive experience in systems and network engineering, application development, security architecture, technology risk/compliance, and multiple architecture frameworks including LEAF, TOGAF, and Zachman. His business domain strengths include disciplined requirements analysis, iterative planning, and strategic transformation. His project delivery background includes implementation patterns from mobile distributed platforms to B2B integration.
Darren brings a measured, focused approach to designing and implementing solutions of all shapes and sizes. When he has spare time he enjoys primitive camping, culinary exploration, and playing guitar.
Microservice Architect at American Tire Distributors
Stan Pitera is a Site Reliability Engineer at American Tire Distributors. His current position requires his attention and direction for enterprise platform availability and stability, database integration and utilization, and building and deploying microservices through all environments into production. Stan has utilized his 15+ years of development experience to create, implement, and test multiple new platforms with SOAP and REST services, docker containers, kubernetes orchestration, and various applications for logging, monitoring, and alerting on microservices.
In his free time, Stan enjoys bowling and supporting his four kids during school activities and sports competitions. He bowled a 300 game and an 800 series and is a member of the Professional Bowlers of America Hall of Fame. Stan enjoys coding and developing new applications that support business requirements and future enterprise technical direction. He has an Associate Degree in Computer Aided Drafting and Design and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.
Speaker information will be announced soon.