Fairwinds Hosts Panel Discussion to Guide Engineering Teams as They Transition to Work-at-Home Programs in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

With the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies have decided to move their workforce out of the office to fully remote. This can be a daunting task for all employees, especially engineering teams that work closely together on their technology stacks.

Fairwinds, the Kubernetes enablement company, is hosting a webinar with engineering leaders titled, “Remote Work Tips & Trips for Your Engineering Team.”

This panel discussion includes veteran engineering professionals who will discuss strategies for keeping engineering teams productive and engaged. Their unique experience managing both in-the-office and remote teams will provide insight into the right tools and approaches for managing a team effectively.

Who:    Panelists include:

  • Kendall Miller, president, Fairwinds
  • Kristina Kemmer, director of engineering, Zapier​
  • Swarna Podila, senior director/community, Cloud Foundry Foundation
  • Sarah Zelechoski, VP of engineering, Fairwinds
  • Brandon Jung, VP alliances at GitLab and Board of Director member at Linux Foundation
  • Kate Taggart, engineering manager, Stripe

When:     Thursday, March 19, 2020, at 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. PST

Where:    Register for the Zoom event at Eventbrite 

Tweet This: Engineering leaders need to help teams work effectively from home. Join @Fairwinds for a webinar “Remote Work Tips & Trips for Your Engineering Team” 3/19/20 at 11 a.m. PT. 

About Fairwinds

Fairwinds provides a Kubernetes enablement platform for innovative development teams. Offerings include ClusterOps, a 24x7 managed service for technical teams with limited staff; ClusterOps Advisory to supplement in-house expertise; and Fairwinds Insights, subscription software providing continuous monitoring for cloud-native infrastructure and workloads. Fairwinds enables organizations to run reliable, scalable, and secure Kubernetes infrastructure so that they can get their products and services to market faster.

The company is headquartered in Boston, MA, and provides a fully remote and distributed work environment. For more information, visit, read our blog, or follow @FairwindsOps on Twitter.

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Jennifer Jewett
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Source: Fairwinds


Categories: High Technology

Tags: ClusterOps, Engineering, Fairwinds, Kubernetes, Remote Work