July Edition: Bay Area K8s Meetup

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Robin.io

224 Airport Pkwy #600 · San Jose, CA

How to find us

Check in at security desk- Robin.io team will guide you from the lobby of building 224. Check-in is in Suite 600 on the 6th floor

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***Welcome to the July edition of the Bay Area Kubernetes Meetup!***

AGENDA:

6:00–6:30 pm Check-in & Food.
6:30–6:35 pm Welcome
6:35–7:30 pm Presentation: “Application modernization and portability across clouds”
7:30–8:00 pm Networking

Important information for arrival:
Check in at security desk- Robin.io team will guide you from the lobby of building 224. Check-in is in Suite 600 on the 6th floor

This month's event will be hosted by Robin.io.

At this month’s meetup, we will hear from Rahul Jain at Palo Alto Networks, and Ravikumar Alluboyina as well as Jagadish Mukku from Robin.io about “Application modernization and portability across clouds”.

In this session, Ravi and Jagadish will cover Application modernization, speak about why container-based portability is beneficial, followed by a demo around portability across clouds for your stateful workloads. Rahul will share his experiences and learnings after adopting Kubernetes to power their Hadoop implementation

Application portability is a growing consideration among enterprises as the array of private, public, and hybrid cloud options continue to expand. Containers are gaining favor as the best approach to application portability, notably as a way to work around the issues of virtualization.

Would you like to know what it takes to run Stateful applications such as Hadoop or Oracle RAC on Kubernetes? Are you trying to backup your Kubernetes-based databases to the Cloud? Are you trying to move an application like Cassandra, MongoDB, MariaDB, CouchDB from one cloud to the other? Come join us at the meetup and exchange views on these topics.

Join us to learn more.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:

Rahul Jain

Rahul is a Sr. Hadoop Engineer at Palo Alto Networks. He is a Cloud Architect with experience in Application Administration and Architecting distributed applications, and architecting as well as building Cloud datalake on GCP platform with various GCP offering and DevOps tools. He works on Spark and Apache Hadoop using Map-Red Framework - Yarn, Python, HDFS, Kafka, HIVE, Impala, Kudu, Solr, Hue, Sqoop, and MySQL administration. He has development and administration experience on Cloudera and Hortonworks Hadoop flavors. Rahul holds a Bachelor's degree in Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering from the University of Rajasthan.

Ravi Alluboyina

Ravi is a Senior Architect at Robin.io developing Robin Platform and ROBIN Storage for stateful workloads on Kubernetes. An accomplished System designer and hands-on coder with keen eye for performance and usability, he is primarily responsible for enabling stateful applications on Kubernetes platform. Prior to Robin, Ravi was at Veritas/Symantec working on distributed storage and server management product. He is a core contributor in many projects such as Context aware log analysis framework, Event Bus for distributed systems using ZeroMQ, Distributed System Simulator using Docker, Snapshot and checkpoint mechanism for Appliances, and USB install medium for Appliances.

Jagadish Mukku

Jagadish is a Senior Software Architect at Robin.io, helping architect and design Robin Platform and ROBIN Storage. With more than 18 years of product and technology experience with extensive experience in storage, his experience covers design and implementation of data management features such as deduplication, replication, and high availability for stateful apps in Kubernetes. He is also well versed in Network Attached Storage (NAS) systems, File systems, iSCSI, Volume Manager, Linux Kernel internals. Jagadish holds an MTech Degree from Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and BTech, Computer Science from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University.

A very special thank you to Robin.io for hosting & feeding us!

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