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Cloud Native London is the official Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Meetup group dedicated to building a strong, open, diverse developer community around the Cloud Native platform and technologies in London.

If you're interested in Linux Containers, Kubernetes, Platform-as-a-Service, Docker, OpenShift, Mesos Marathon, CoreOS, Google Container Engine, Monitoring Systems from within with Prometheus or any of the many technologies in the new container stack, you should join us!

Our sponsors:

StorageOS (https://storageos.com/) makes persistent container storage easy for developers and enterprises. StorageOS allows you to deploy any stateful application with Docker and Kubernetes and gives users total control of their storage environment, whether in the cloud or on-premises.

Tecknuovo (https://www.tecknuovo.com) are your DevOps & Cloud only Recruitment partner. We are a small company with good values, recruiting all things DevOps across the UK, Europe and even the US.

Contino (https://www.contino.io) is a global technical consultancy that helps enterprises to innovate at speed and scale with DevOps and the cloud.

Pusher (https://pusher.com/) are leaders in realtime technologies. We empower all developers to create live features for web and mobile apps with our simple hosted API.

All members are required to agree with the Community Code of Conduct (https://communitycodeofconduct.com/).

Upcoming events (5)

Cloud Native London, February 2019

CodeNode

Hi folks! We're getting well into 2019 with our February Cloud Native London meetup. We've got the usual free food, drink, and networking with your fellow interesting techies, plus some fascinating speakers! 6:30 Food and drink 7:00 Kick off 7:15 HPA and VPA: scale your K8s cluster on any metrics (Ecaterina Gamanji, Condé Nast International) 7:45 Development in the Cloud (Jakub Borys, Student.com) 8:15 Break 8:30 Asfand Qazi, Cloudership (Title TBC) 9:00 Wrap up and pub See you there! Cheryl (@oicheryl) ====================================================================== HPA and VPA: scale your K8s cluster on any metrics (Ecaterina Gamanji, Condé Nast International) In the last years Kubernetes has been the nucleus of container orchestration frameworks. With the growing number of microservices in a cluster, scalability is one of the core pillars for a fault-tolerant application. Horizontal pod autoscaler (HPA) and vertical pod autoscaler (VPA) are resources that are addressing scalability concerns in a Kubernetes cluster. In this talk, will focus on how a cluster can be scaled on any metrics, well as how resource requests are set and adjusted for an application based on historical usage. Ecaterina is currently a Cloud Platforms Engineer at Conde Nast International. Previously worked on maintaining and automating site delivery on Openstack based infrastructure, which transitioned into a role with a focuses on designing, deploying and evolving a Kubernetes centric infrastructure. Condé Nast International sets the benchmark for publishing excellence with leading print and digital brands, including Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ, Glamour, Wired, Conde Nast Traveller and AD. Hence, having a scalable, reliable and highly available platform in a combinations with a robust delivery process is the reason d'etre of the infrastructure team. Development in the Cloud (Jakub Borys, Student.com) With an advent of Microservices architectures, limitless compute resources enabled by Kubernetes has to be utilised in early stages of development lifecycle to ensure continuous high velocity of development teams. Jakub Borys is Engineering Manager at Student.com, and has experience in: Leading Teams, Software Architecture, Consulting, Financial Markets, SaaS, marketplaces, e-Commerce, Travel, Business Process Outsourcing, Automotive. Find him on Twitter: @JakubBorys ====================================================================== If you're interested in speaking or sponsoring, fill out this form (https://goo.gl/forms/izNlnDzK9dwgYHdj2) and we'll get back to you.

Cloud Native London, March 2019

CodeNode

Hi folks! Welcome to the March Cloud Native London meetup. We've got free food, drink, and networking with other techies, but most important, we have some great speakers! 6:30 Food and drink 7:00 Kick off 7:15 (Speaker TBC) 7:45 Ashley Petherick, DevOpsGroup (Title TBC) 8:15 Break 8:30 Kenneth Tan, Sardina Systems (Title TBC) 9:00 Wrap up and pub See you there! Cheryl (@oicheryl) ====================================================================== f you're interested in speaking or sponsoring, fill out this form (https://goo.gl/forms/izNlnDzK9dwgYHdj2) and we'll get back to you.

Cloud Native London, April 2019

CodeNode

Hi folks! We're properly into Spring now, with our April Cloud Native London meetup. We've got free food, drink, and networking with your fellow techies, and our usual really interesting speakers. 6:30 Food and drink 7:00 Kick off 7:15 Gilles Baillet, Airbus (Title TBC) 7:45 Christoper Woods, Bristol University (Title TBC) 8:15 Break 8:30 Observability for microservices: practical advice (Alex Tasioulis) 9:00 Wrap up and pub See you there! Cheryl (@oicheryl) ====================================================================== Observability for microservices: practical advice (Alex Tasioulis) In this talk I will briefly review what observability is and why old paradigms break when dealing with microservices. Then I'll give you my favorite tips to help you achieve a better understanding of your microservices architecture. Alex is a software engineer who specializes in doing things the cloud native way. He previously worked as a Consultant for Opencredo and a Platform Lead for On the dot. ====================================================================== If you're interested in speaking or sponsoring, fill out this form (https://goo.gl/forms/izNlnDzK9dwgYHdj2) and we'll get back to you.

Cloud Native London, May 2019

CodeNode

Hi folks! Welcome to our May Cloud Native London meetup, we're really looking forward to bringing you some great talks! In addition we've also got the usual free food, drink, and networking with your fellow techies. 6:30 Food and drink 7:00 Kick off 7:15 Manish Kumar, Microsoft (Title TBC) 7:45 Micheál Kenny, ForgeRock (Title TBC) 8:15 Break 8:30 (Speaker TBC) 9:00 Wrap up and pub See you there! Cheryl (@oicheryl) ====================================================================== f you're interested in speaking or sponsoring, fill out this form (https://goo.gl/forms/izNlnDzK9dwgYHdj2) and we'll get back to you.

Past events (19)

Cloud Native London, January 2019

CodeNode

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