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KubeHuddle 2023

🗓 May 17th and 18th, 2023
🌍 Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

KubeHuddle is a community conference where Developers, Platform Engineers, DevOps, SRE, Cloud Enthusiasts, Technical and Business Strategists come together to learn from each other, collaborate and, innovate around areas of :

  • Cloud technologies
  • Cloud Native and Kubernetes
  • Edge Computing
  • Platform Engineering
  • Technical Strategy
  • Architecture and design consideration
  • Developer Platforms and Portals
  • Developer tooling
  • App Development challenges
  • Real life production stories
  • Learning Cloud
  • Application and Infra Security
  • The humanity and empathy side of tech

KubeHuddle will happen in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in May 2023 🇨🇦

Buy Tickets

Early Bird - $200 CAD (until Feb 15th or sold out)

Standard - $250 CAD (Feb 15th until April 30th)  

Late - $300 CAD (May 1st up until the event start)

If you’re unable to afford a ticket, we may be able to help with our diversity and inclusion tickets, kindly sponsored by members and organizations within our community.✉️ Speak to us


Schedule to be announced when speakers are finalized


CFP now open! Speakers will be announced after CFP closes.

Call for Speakers

Keynote Speakers

🅧 Close
Kunal Kushwaha   🌐


If you’d like to support this conference, you can find details on our sponsorship opportunities page.


Conference Venue

Toronto Convention center,
255 Front St W,
ON M5V 2W6,


Our Values

KubeHuddle is a community run conference and we want to ensure that everything we do and say is transparent and made publicly available.

  • Our task list and what we’re planning is all public on GitHub
  • Our sponsorship details are all public
  • All titles submitted as potential sessions at KubeHuddle are public on Sessionize
  • This website is open source
  • Currently KubeHuddle Toronto is being run through my company (@virtualized6ix). The long term plan is to migrate this to a non-profit setting however this requires proper accounting and approval from the Canadian Government and Revenue Agency. As such, all financial transactions of funds coming in and going out will be made publicly available.