• 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 Pi Unnerup, Controlplane (Title TBC) 7:45 Deepak Ramchandani, Contino (Title TBC) 8:15 Break 8:30 Clouds, toys, and enterprise. Case study: European banking group (Kenneth Tan, Sardina Systems) 9:00 Wrap up and pub See you there! Cheryl (@oicheryl) ====================================================================== Clouds, toys, and enterprise. Case study: European banking group (Kenneth Tan, Sardina Systems) The presentation will talk about cloud computing challenges in the enterprise environment, what can be the strongest open source option, as well as cost effective, flexible, reliable and fast execution. We will discuss about some lessons learnt through the full lifecycle private cloud deployment of a top 3 largest financial services provider in Central and Eastern Europe. Sneak peek: The European banking Group system was operational within 2 weeks after the concept was finalized and it was designed to provide the Bank’s internal users a more flexible self-served computing services with an open source based cloud that is auto-rebalanced, auto-optimized, that can span the Bank’s multiple data centers, and engineered for reliability. Kenneth Tan has been in the large scale systems sector for 18+ years. At Sardina Systems, Kenneth leads the product development team responsible for building OpenStack automation software, to optimize OpenStack cloud operations. He was previously with CloudFabriQ, BNP Paribas, OptimaNumerics, in product development and business development roles, involving products and services sold to major data center operators in automotive,energy, defense, meteo, finance. He has led teams in UK, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Estonia, Germany. Find him on Twitter: @sardinasystems ====================================================================== If you're interested in speaking or sponsoring, fill out this form (https://tinyurl.com/cloudnativelon) 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 Laszlo Budai, Component Soft (Title TBC) 9:00 Wrap up and pub See you there! Cheryl (@oicheryl) ====================================================================== If you're interested in speaking or sponsoring, fill out this form (https://tinyurl.com/cloudnativelon) and we'll get back to you.

  • Cloud Native London, May 2019

    Monzo HQ

    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://tinyurl.com/cloudnativelon) and we'll get back to you.

  • Cloud Native London, June 2019

    CodeNode

    Hi folks! Welcome to the June Cloud Native London meetup. We've got some fantastic speakers for you this month, plus the usual free food, drink, and networking with other techies. 6:30 Food and drink 7:00 Kick off 7:15 Michael Coté, Pivotal (Title TBC) 7:45 David McKay, InfluxData (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://tinyurl.com/cloudnativelon) and we'll get back to you.