CI/CD on Kubernetes is really hot - which is why conveniently Jenkins X is going to be so prominent this year.
There are talks on Jenkins X:
Jenkins X: Continuous Delivery for Kubernetes
Extending Jenkins X for fun
There are workshops on Jenkins X:
Building Continuous Delivery for Microservices with Jenkins X
There will be community booth sessions on Jenkins X and there may even be the odd product announcement in a keynote thing that may or may not mention Jenkins X and there could even be a book about Jenkins X :)
So if you are in the middle of transitioning to the cloud or even just thinking about it - then CI/CD is really an integral part of that transition and the best, cloud-native way to do that effectively is with Jenkins X - you don't even need to learn anything about containers or Kubernetes to start using it. So if you want to be a cloud-native rockstar genius this is one conference you can't miss (well, you can always attend the one in Nice, France in October).