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  • #Tweetup Meetup (Docker Baltimore): Docker Birthday Celebration #4

    DOCKER TURNS 4 - HAPPY BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Join Docker Baltimore (https://www.meetup.com/Docker-Baltimore) & TEKsystems (https://www.teksystems.com/en) in Celebrating the Docker Project's 4th Birthday Meet & Greet Fellow Dockers, Eat Cake, Learn Docker, Get Swag! To celebrate together and warmly welcome newcomers into the Docker Community, we will provide Docker labs and courses to learn Docker in a fun and inviting way. https://youtu.be/q9LUDjhLVUA DOCKER 4th BIRTHDAY AGENDA: 6:00-6:15: Networking 6:15-6:30: Intro + Announcements 6:30-8:30: Working Session (Labs) 8:30-9:00: Cake and Socializing SIGN UP AS A DOCKER MENTOR (https://community.docker.com/entities/4939/registrations) Advanced Docker Users: we strongly encourage Docker Users of all skill levels to attend! This event will need a network of local Docker mentors (https://community.docker.com/entities/4939/registrations) who understand the Docker Platform to answer any questions that attendees may have working through the courses and labs. * MEET THE HOST & SPONSOR: With advanced Thanks & Appreciation to TEKsystems (https://www.teksystems.com/en) for hosting this celebratory event at their Linthicum Heights (MD) facilities, Docker Baltimore looks forward to seeing you for Cake and a Docker Lab & Learn! You'll also have the chance to meet: 1 Cloud Technologists from "Washington DC Cloud Computing Meetup (https://www.meetup.com/Washington-Cloud-Computing-Meetup/events/238407099/)" 34 Dockers from "Docker Baltimore (https://www.meetup.com/Docker-Baltimore/events/237926188/)" A total of 34 people are expected to attend! Edit Linking (http://MeetupBoost.com/MeetupBoost.php?View=GroupView&GroupId=18663444&GroupView=EventView&EventId=238406820&EventView=EventLinksView)

  • #Tweetup Meetup: Docker Global Mentor Week Joint DMV Event

    FYI DMV (DC-MD-VA): Docker Alexandria (http://www.meetup.com/Docker-Alexandria/), Docker DC (http://www.meetup.com/Docker-DC/), Docker NOVA (https://www.meetup.com/Docker-NOVA/) and Docker Baltimore (https://www.meetup.com/Docker-Baltimore/) are hosting a Docker Global Mentor Week Event! ** NOTE: RSVP & Registration for this Docker Meetup is via this hyperlink (http://www.meetup.com/Docker-DC/events/234718257/) ** Docker Global Mentor Week is your opportunity to #learndocker. Right now, Docker is working on two self paced online labs that will be available through LearnDot. One lab will be for beginners and one lab will be for intermediate users. Docker mentors will be on hand at this event to help you as you work through the self paced materials. Are you an advanced user? We strongly encourage Docker users of all skill levels to attend! We need a network of mentors who understand the Docker platform to answer any questions that newcomers may have. Click here to sign up as a mentor. (https://community.docker.com/registrations/groups/6947) Agenda: 6:00 - Doors Open 6:15 - Welcome message, presentation of Docker & snacks 6:30 to 8:30 - Select and work through self-paced lab 8:30 - Socializing As we get closer to the event, we will share more information including materials on how to prepare for the training. ** REMINDER: RSVP & Registration for this Docker Meetup is via this hyperlink (http://www.meetup.com/Docker-DC/events/234718257/) ** You'll also have the chance to meet: 120 Dockers from "Docker DC (https://www.meetup.com/Docker-DC/events/234718257/)" 4 Dockers from "Docker Baltimore (https://www.meetup.com/Docker-Baltimore/events/234988319/)" 1 Cloud Technologists from "Washington DC Cloud Computing Meetup (https://www.meetup.com/Washington-Cloud-Computing-Meetup/events/235241871/)" 8 Dockers from "Docker NOVA (https://www.meetup.com/Docker-NOVA/events/235267061/)" A total of 126 people are expected to attend! Edit Linking (http://MeetupBoost.com/MeetupBoost.php?View=GroupView&GroupId=18663444&GroupView=EventView&EventId=235241973&EventView=EventLinksView)

  • #Tweetup Meetup (DMV Azure): Washington D.C. IT Pro Camp/Cloud Summit 2016

    Registration is now open for the Washington D.C. IT Pro Camp/Cloud Summit 2016! IMPORTANT: Please use the Eventbrite link below for registration. https://dcitprocamp2016.eventbrite.com The Washington D.C. IT Pro Camp/Cloud Summit 2016 set for Friday, October 14, 2016 from 9:00AM to 5:00PM. We are lining up great speakers and providing 7 content tracks and over 40 great tech sessions covering Microsoft Azure and the Azure Market Place, Office 365, Information Security, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, System Center 2016, PowerShell, SharePoint, Exchange, Mobile Device Management, Enterprise Mobility, InTune, SQL Server 2016/Data Analytics and lots more! We will also have an "Ask the Experts" room open all day where you can chat with Microsoft subject matter experts on a wide range of technologies. Additionally, make sure you bring business cards and resumes, as recruiters (and sponsors) will be onsite. If you have to earn PDUs/CPEs to maintain a technical certification (CISSP, CISA, CISM, etc.), this is a great way to earn 6-8 hours of free self-reporting credits. We will have attendance verification forms onsite. General Info for the Washington D.C. IT Pro Camp/Cloud Summit 2016: Microsoft Chevy Chase Office (right off the Friendship Heights Red Line Metro stop) 5404 Wisconsin Ave, 7th Floor, Chevy Chase, MD 20815 Check-in will be on the 7th floor from 8:00AM to 8:45AM Session Times and Lunch Time: Welcome / Opening Session - 8:45AM 09:00 AM -10:00 AM 10:10 AM – 11:10 AM 11:25 AM – 12:25 PM Lunch - 7th floor - 12:30PM -1:30PM - free! 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM 2:40 PM - 3:40 PM 3:50 PM - 4:50 PM 5:00PM – Closing and Event Raffle Please help spread the word via twitter, LinkedIn, etc. Thank you for registering and we look forward to seeing you all at the event! Check here for schedule updates and event info: http://www.meetup.com/MFCF-DC/events/224820081/ If you have a question about the event, the way to ask is via discussion section the MFCF-DC meetup page... http://www.meetup.com/mfcf-dc Thanks, The IT Pro Camp/Mobile-First, Cloud-First Team! @MFCF_DC / #ITPROCAMP16 You'll also have the chance to meet: 51 Azure Architects from "MD/DC/VA Azure Architecture - Meetup (http://www.meetup.com/MD-DC-VA-Azure-Architecture-Meetup/events/229865169/)" A total of 54 people are expected to attend! Edit Linking (http://MeetupBoost.com/MeetupBoost.php?View=GroupView&GroupId=18663444&GroupView=EventView&EventId=230684432&EventView=EventLinksView)

  • #Tweetup Meetup (Baltimore Puppet UG): Get Started with Automated Code Quality

    The transformation from pushing code to production and hoping for the best to a well-established process of continuous integration begins with a basic code quality review. Come see how one team is taking this step toward improving its code base. Agenda: 6:00 - 6:30pm Mingle, network 6:30 - 7:15 pm Talk and Q&A 7:15 - 8:00 pm Plan the next meeting and network ** The Baltimore Puppet Users Group wants you to get the most out of this Meetup. If you're looking for an opportunity to test out a talk or demo something that you're working on, this is a great place to get feedback! Message the organizer or the group and they can get you on the agenda and also feel free to throw out topic ideas for upcoming meetings. You'll also have the chance to meet: 17 Puppeteers from "Baltimore Puppet User Group (http://www.meetup.com/Baltimore-Puppet-User-Group/events/230723849/)" A total of 17 people are expected to attend! Edit Linking (http://MeetupBoost.com/MeetupBoost.php?View=GroupView&GroupId=18663444&GroupView=EventView&EventId=231360011&EventView=EventLinksView)

  • #Tweetup Meetup: Container Summit City Series DC

    20 F Street NW Conference Center

    The Container Summit City Series - The Future of Containers in the Enterprise, brings expert practitioners and key container ecosystem leaders together to present user stories, share best practices, and give insights into the containerized future. The Container Summit City Series comes to Washington, D.C. on May 19 to continue the conversation surrounding containers in production! Join the growing D.C. container community and hear how innovative enterprises are leveraging the power of containers to solve common pain points, to increase the velocity of their development cycles, and to redefine how their organizations work together to build modern applications. REGISTRATION: http://containersummit.io/city-series/2016/dc This is a FREE, albeit FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED EVENT. Attendance is therefore limited to those who REGISTER and CLAIM AN EVENT TICKET. ! PLEASE register ONLY if you are CERTAIN you will be attending! SUMMIT AGENDA Learn from companies that have been running containers in production for years and have experience with what solution stacks work best, what pitfalls to avoid, and how to get optimal performance without breaking the bank. Key players in the ecosystem will share insights on how a containerized future will change application development and operational processes. • 6pm-7pm = Networking and Cocktail Hour (Dinner Provided) • 7pm-9pm = Container Best Practices from Expert Users SUMMIT SPEAKERS • Drew Rapenchuk: Web Infrastructure Engineer, Bloomberg • Munjeet Singh: VP Cloud Services & Architecture, Booz Allen Hamilton • Jeffrey Damick: Software Engineering Director, Capital One • Bryan Cantrill: CTO, Joyent • Zach Dunn: Director of DevOps, Optoro CONTAINER SUMMIT SPONSOR: https://www.joyent.com/ #containersummit (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23containersummit) You'll also have the chance to meet: 14 Cloud Technologists from "Washington DC Cloud Computing Meetup (http://www.meetup.com/Washington-Cloud-Computing-Meetup/events/230963736/)" 27 Kubelets from "DC Kubernetes Meetup (http://www.meetup.com/DC-Kubernetes-Meetup/events/230929354/)" A total of 43 people are expected to attend! Edit Linking (http://MeetupBoost.com/MeetupBoost.php?View=GroupView&GroupId=18663444&GroupView=EventView&EventId=230964300&EventView=EventLinksView)

  • #Tweetup Meetup (Red Hat Technical Event Series): Containers at Scale

    The demands of modern application development and IT operations cannot be addressed through old methodologies. Containers enable organizations to reduce the friction between development and operations, allowing you to deliver applications - and value - to customers faster. REGISTRATION! http://redhattechnicalseries.com/register?project_name=washington-dc_may10&sc_cid= Linux containers, and Docker as a container packaging format, are radically transforming IT and generating growing interest because of their many benefits to how applications are built, shipped, deployed, and managed. If your responsibilities include next generation innovation planning, DevOps, microservices, enterprise architecture, or IT strategy, this is the event for you! Join Red Hat and learn how your organization can take advantage of containers in a secure, scalable way. REGISTRATION! http://redhattechnicalseries.com/register?project_name=washington-dc_may10&sc_cid= * This is a Red Hat Technical Series Event!!!

  • #Tweetup Meetup (Cloud DC): Cloud platforms at scale with Mesos, Mesosphere DCOS

    Join Cloud DC to learn about Mesos and Mesosphere DCOS (Data Center Operation System). Mesosphere DCOS is based on Apache Mesos and offers the ability to orchestrate containers including support for Docker, Kubernetes and Native c-groups. Also, learn about how Mesos can help you efficiently deploy big data workloads using Kafka, Cassandra, Hadoop and Spark. Speaker(s): 1. Keith McClellan is the Technical Lead for Federal programs at Mesosphere, which means he’s responsible for any ongoing technical activity that touches the government in relation to the Mesos ecosystem. He’s been in the distributed computing space for the vast majority of his career, having held positions at companies such as Netezza, Greenplum, and was most recently the Director of Solutions Engineering at Platfora. As a long time geek, he’s astounded at the breadth of utility for Mesos and is excited to be sharing it with folks in the DC area and beyond. 2. Demo by stackArmor of rapid deployment and configuration of Mesosphere DCOS on AWS. Sponsors: Mesosphere and stackArmor You'll also have the chance to meet: 62 Techies and Users from "Cloud DC (http://www.meetup.com/CloudDC/events/230360165/)" A total of 66 people are expected to attend! Edit Linking (http://MeetupBoost.com/MeetupBoost.php?View=GroupView&GroupId=18663444&GroupView=EventView&EventId=230684288&EventView=EventLinksView)

  • #Tweetup Meetup (MUGDC): Containerizing MongoDB Ops at the Washington Post

    Snagajob Office - Near Ballston Metro

    Join the MongoDB DC User Group at the SnagAJob office in Ballston to learn from Washington Post Platform Engineer, Jason Bartz! Jason will be showing us how the Washington Post is containerizing MongoDB operations. Stop by for a follow up discussion at World of Beer afterwards. 6PM: Refreshments 6:30PM: Containerizing MongoDB Ops with Jason Bartz 7:30PM: Questions and discussion 8PM: Follow up discussion at World of Beer (901 N Glebe Rd Arlington) You'll also have the chance to meet: 49 Mongoons from "Washington DC MongoDB Users Group (http://www.meetup.com/Washington-DC-MongoDB-Users-Group/events/229813441/)" A total of 50 people are expected to attend! Edit Linking (http://MeetupBoost.com/MeetupBoost.php?View=GroupView&GroupId=18663444&GroupView=EventView&EventId=230684406&EventView=EventLinksView)

  • #Tweetup Meetup (Ansible DC): Ansible, AWS ECS and how to Dockerize deployments

    Lawrence Fenchel of AWS Premium Support will be educating on Ansible with Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS). Expect to learn about AWS ECS, how your deployment benefits from the service and how to leverage Ansible to manage your environment and deployment. Also, Christian Laguerre from AWS Premium Support will be available for an Ansible with AWS 101 rev up and running mini class starting at 6:30 sharp before the main meetup. Please indicate on the RSVP question if you plan on attending that mini class. The main talk by Lawrence will be broadcasted live on Biba (see https://www.biba.com/downloads.html to download the Biba client) and the meeting ID will be sent out to those that RSVP for the meeting just ahead of the talk. Food and Drinks will be plentiful, so come hungry. IMPORTANT!!! This particular event is CLOSED to the press. Please bring a government issued ID to check in at the door. DON'T FORGET: Please indicate on the RSVP question if you plan on attending that mini class. This event is made possible by Sponsorships via Learning Objects | Difference Engine, Ansible by Red Hat & TekSystems. You'll also have the chance to meet: 95 Ansiblers from "Ansible DC (http://www.meetup.com/Ansible-DC/events/229655658/)" A total of 96 people are expected to attend! Edit Linking (http://MeetupBoost.com/MeetupBoost.php?View=GroupView&GroupId=18663444&GroupView=EventView&EventId=230643642&EventView=EventLinksView)

  • #Tweetup Meetup (DC Kubernetes): Discuss what makes Kubernetes Kubernetes

    Presentation- The Engine That Moves the Ship By Drew Rapenchuk In this presentation we will discuss all the moving parts of the average Kubernetes cluster- what their function is, and basics about how it works. Etcd, flannel, API server, Kubelet, Kube Proxy, Docker and more! What are security implications? Troubleshooting basics? Essentially a Crash course in Kubernetes cluster engineering. This presentation will hopefully supply you with the knowledge to set up your own Kubernetes cluster from scratch, and troubleshoot any breakages in your workflows. You'll also have the chance to meet: 34 Kubelets from "DC Kubernetes Meetup (http://www.meetup.com/DC-Kubernetes-Meetup/events/229225184/)" A total of 35 people are expected to attend! Edit Linking (http://MeetupBoost.com/MeetupBoost.php?View=GroupView&GroupId=18663444&GroupView=EventView&EventId=229532887&EventView=EventLinksView)