What we're about

A group for people interested in talking about and hacking on Kubernetes, Google’s solution for scheduling and orchestrating containers at scale. We’re excited about microservices, containers, the distributions that run them and the solutions that deploy, manage, and extend them. Any skill level is welcome; we’re all new to Kubernetes and we want to create an open, welcoming environment for other Kubernauts. Contact us if you are interested in speaking at or sponsoring the meet-up. We welcome content and demos.

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KubeCon hot topics + Multi-cluster Istio + Data Protection

I'm extremely excited to announce our next meetup topics are KubeCon 2022 takeaways, Istio service mesh and data protection with Kubernetes.

I'll bring food and beers. You just RSVP so I get an accurate headcount.

Agenda
6:00 pm: Welcome / snacks / drinks / job openings
6:05 pm: Talk #1: KubeCon 2022: hot topics with Michael O'Leary
6:35 pm: Talk #2: Operationalizing Multi Cluster Istio: Lessons Learned and developing Ambient Mesh with Kevin Dorosh
7:25 pm: Talk #3: Data Protection with K8s with Michael Martino
8:00 pm: Finish (or stick around to chat)

About our speakers and topics
Michael O'Leary is the organizer of this group and attended KubeCon 2022. I'll share what I learned and I hope to hear what you learned.

Kevin Dorosh is currently a tech lead at Solo.io. Formerly a big data infra admin at HubSpot, Kevin is passionate about the infrastructure space and giving to the community, with contributions to many open source projects such as Envoy, Istio, Flagger, and Gloo. Kevin enjoys working with customers and community users on real problems facing them today, and is excited to help bring organizations to Envoy, Istio, and a more modern, cloud-native, tech stack.

Michael Martino is an Enterprise Architect at Zerto, helping customers protect their virtual environments and understand their many recovery options. He has over 20 years of IT experience with subject matter expertise in data protection, automation, and architecting virtual environments as well as the public clouds.

Anthony Dutra is a Technical Marketing Manager (TME) at Zerto, a Hewlett Packard Company who specializes in containerization, designing microservices in the public cloud, and architecting blockchain applications.

Hybrid/Remote option
Sorry, this event is in-person only, so please join us in Boston!

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