YADF: Monitoring Microservices w/Prometheus and Container Security w/AquaSec

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Round three of the Microservices and Containers Austin meetup brings you... yet another double feature (YADF)! We're also giving away more O`Reilly swag and books!

Agenda

6:00pm: Welcome, Drink & Food
6:15pm: Announcements & DockerCon Recap
6:30pm: Featured Talk: Prometheus - next-generation monitoring for microservices
7:15pm: Break & Free O'Reilly books & swag
7:30pm: Featured Talk: Container Security by AquaSec
8:15pm: Conclude

Presentations:

Brief DockerCon Recap

Docker 1.12 - a significant release.

Presented by Lee Calcote (http://twitter.com/lcalcote)

Talk 1: Container Security

How to move Docker from a security problem to a security opportunity by applying some common sense and practical measures. Anticipate the common security and compliance requirements and address them early. Learn how to have a conversation with your security organization, so they don't derail your project.

Presented by Tsvi Korren of AquaSec (https://www.aquasec.com)

Tsvi Korren, CISSP, has been an enterprise IT professional for 20 years with background in business process consulting in large organizations. Tsvi is currently the director of technical services at Aqua, concentrating on building bridges between DevOps and Security.

Talk 2: Prometheus - next-generation monitoring for microservices

Prometheus is a next-generation monitoring system designed for microservices. This talk will look at what's the best way to monitor your microservices, which metrics you should care about, how to have useful alerts and how Prometheus empowers you to do things the right way.

Presented by Brian Brazil (https://twitter.com/RobustPerceiver) of Robust Perception (http://www.robustperception.io)

Food/Drink Sponsor:

Come for the talks (we'll have two of them) and enjoy food and beer provided by Beacon Hill Staffing (https://www.beaconhillstaffing.com)

Venue Sponsor:

Facilities provided by Rackspace (http://rackspace.com)

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