The First CoreOS London meetup of 2016 is on Wednesday January 13th. We're very grateful to BlackRock who are hosting the meetup and sponsoring the food and drink.
Our first announced speaker is Richard Harvey, founder of ngineered (http://ngineered.co.uk/), who will be talking about using CoreOS in production on AWS:
CoreOS on AWS
A look into running CoreOS + Kubernetes in a production environment within AWS whilst using best practice. How to integrate with Amazon's VPC and use private subnets, ACL's and NAT gateways, we will also cover how to control scaling within AWS, overcoming the limits of installing kubernetes across your systems from github, and potential improvements for the future.
• How CoreOS guides tell you to install in AWS
• How AWS describe secure, highly availiable best practice
• Putting it all together
• Future improvements
Our second speaker will be Joseph Schorr, lead engineer at CoreOS, who will be explaining "How CoreOS Secures Applications Throughout Every Layer of the Stack".
At the meetup we'll also be raffling off a free ticket to this year's MonkiGras (http://monkigras.com/), which is on 28th and 29th January. The theme this year is "Homebrew: Turning Side Projects into Communities, Products and Companies" - if you want a chance to get a free ticket, then come along to the meetup.
Doors open at 6:30 and we'll start the talks at 7.
Finally, as is becoming more common, in order to get into the venue, we'll need your full name on the RSVP, so please update your profile accordingly!