What we're about

This is an IBM-sponsored cloud meetup, going since 2014. Geared towards developers, architects and all IBM Cloud enthusiasts, this meetup gets hands-on with cloud technologies with your fellow developers. You'll learn how to use the latest tech with current apps or cloud-native ones. Topics we get excited about include DevOps, security, containers, and open source tools.

Our meetups are free. We meet on the fourth Tuesday of the month and often have sponsored food. We embrace the standard Conference Code of Conduct. This is a community, and all will be treated with respect. We appreciate your cooperation up front.

As always, if you know of a speaker or topic you'd like to hear about, please email jeruano@us.ibm.com, and we'll work to get them on the agenda.

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Our Journey to High Availability and Fast Load Times via Global Load Balancing

IBM Campus: Texas Star Room - Bldg 906 Room 110

When we started, our app was deployed in a single datacenter, causing outages over which we had no control, providing unoptimized experience for our non-local users, and other developer pain points. Join us as we go over the (mis)steps we took to resolve this by deploying to datacenters across multiple continents and configuring a global load balancer to provide the high availability and improved performance we sought. The talk will also include DNS configuration and testing, certificate management, and availability testing. Please join us Tuesday afternoon, April 2nd, at the Texas Star Room located on 11501 Burnet Road. Food and drinks will be provided, please RSVP. Agenda: 6:00-6:30 PM Members arrive and enjoy free food and drinks 6:30-7:30 PM Presentation 7:30-8:00 PM Open Q&A About the Speakers: Michal Broz has been a part of the WebSphere Liberty development team for the past 7 years. He is the UI Architect and his current responsibilities include the openliberty.io site, its interactive guides, and the Liberty Admin Center. Kin Ueng has been software engineer at IBM for the past 8 years. Currently on the WebSphere Liberty development team working on all things related to the openliberty.io website. David Shi is a recent UT Austin grad of 2017 and now a part of the Hybrid-Cloud team at IBM, with experience in the private and public cloud field and various technologies involved with it. This includes various open source projects, Docker, Kubernetes, Spring, MicroProfile, Liberty, and build tools such as Maven and Gradle.

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Agile Integration Architecture

Galvanize Austin

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