• Kubernetes in Production | Spotinst | Kong mTLS

    Microsoft Reactor

    **IMPORTANT: You must register here to have a confirmed ticket for the event: https://www.skipcard.com/events/5d24daacc8107e0004c2854d?utm_medium=meetup&utm_source=DevOps-Exchange-SanFrancisco --- The DevOps Exchange is an opportunity to exchange some of the latest ideas and technologies for running online services through 2-3 short presentations by invited speakers, and a chance to chat it after over drinks/snacks with new friends. The event features three talks: 1. ManagedKube CEO & Co-founder on "Kubernetes in Production" 2. Spotinst Founder & CEO on "Serverless Containers" 3. Kong on "Mutual TLS with Kong: Secure your services at scale" ---- Details: Garland Kan - ManagedKube CEO & Co-founder Title: Kubernetes in production Interested in how Kubernetes can help you deploy, scale, and manage your application? Wondering why Kubernetes is so great and has grown so quickly since its launch in 2015? Need help running or converting your app on Kubernetes? Come learn that and more at evening talk with Q&A, Get Started with Kubernetes, with Garland Kan! About the speaker: Garland Kan is a DevOps software engineer that helps small to medium-sized start-ups run large-scale, reliable applications. He works with the entire development team architecting, designing, building, optimizing, and operating infrastructure in the cloud (AWS, Google Cloud, and Azure). --- Amiram Shachar - Spotinst Founder & CEO Title: "Serverless Containers" - Nodeless Kubernetes & Vertical Pod Autoscaling Serverless Containers or "Nodeless" Kubernetes, is the future of Containers infrastructure. Matching and scaling the right infrastructure to ever-changing micro-services deployments is a challenge. In this talk, we will review the evolution of Containers Auto Scaling in Kubernetes both Horizontal and Vertical, discuss the trade-offs, and introduce a new approach to deploy Serverless Containers in a "Nodeless" cluster. No Infrastructure or VM to manage, just Containers that can self-optimize. The session includes a live demo of Ocean. About Spotinst: Spotinst offers a SaaS optimization platform that enables companies of all sizes, major cost reduction and availability across all cloud providers. Spotinst optimizes your infrastructure for performance, availability and the lowest cost. --- Datong Sun - Systems Engineer at Kong's Core Team. OpenResty project core maintainer. Datong will talk about Mutual TLS authentication, use cases, pros/cons and best practice while deploying mutual TLS secured infrastructure. Datong will also showcase the mutual TLS support that has recently been introduced in Kong 1.3. --- Important: You must register here to have a confirmed ticket for the event: https://www.skipcard.com/events/5d24daacc8107e0004c2854d?utm_medium=meetup&utm_source=DevOps-Exchange-SanFrancisco

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  • Webinar: Increasing DevOps Agility on Kubernetes

    Needs a location

    Join Cloud experts on on 6/19 at 10AM PST for an interesting hour about: - How to manage the underlying infrastructure for your Kubernetes cluster - How to optimize your worker nodes scaling and pricing - How to automate your DevOps support and increase productivity through good communication Join Spotinst and ManagedKube for this technical webinar by signing up here: https://get.spotinst.com/devops-agility-on-kubernetes PS - Sign up even if you can't make it and we'll send you a recording!

  • Getting started with Kubernetes & Kubernetes Operator

    Shopify San Francisco

    --- IMPORTANT: You must register for this event here in order to attend: http://bit.ly/2LVF4vn --- The DevOps Exchange is an opportunity to exchange some of the latest ideas and technologies for running online services through 2-3 short presentations by invited speakers, and a chance to chat it after over drinks/snacks with new friends. The event features two talks: 1. ManagedKube CEO & Co-founder on "Getting started with Kubernetes" 2. PingCAP GM of Global Strategy & Operations on "Kubernetes Operator" Details: ---- Garland Kan - ManagedKube CEO & Co-founder Title: Getting started with Kubernetes ---- Interested in how Kubernetes can help you deploy, scale, and manage your application? Wondering why Kubernetes is so great and has grown so quickly since its launch in 2015? Need help running or converting your app on Kubernetes? Come learn that and more at evening talk with Q&A, Get Started with Kubernetes, with Garland Kan! About the speaker: Garland Kan is a DevOps software engineer that helps small to medium-sized start-ups run large-scale, reliable applications. He works with the entire development team architecting, designing, building, optimizing, and operating infrastructure in the cloud (AWS, Google Cloud, and Azure). ---- Kevin Xu - PingCAP GM of Global Strategy & Operations Title: Kubernetes Operator ---- In this talk, Kevin Xu, will introduce the architecture of TiDB and TiKV (a CNCF project), key use cases, and the open source Operator that is being developed to run TiDB in all Kubernetes-enabled cloud environments (https://github.com/pingcap/tidb-operator). About the speaker: Kevin Xu is the General Manager of Global Strategy and Operations at PingCAP, the team that's leading the development of TiDB, a NewSQL and MySQL-compatible distributed database. Its key-value storage layer, TiKV, is a CNCF member project. He recently talked about NewSQL databases and the Operator pattern in the follow forum: - Software Engineering Daily: https://softwareengineeringdaily.com/2019/01/24/tidb-distributed-newsql-with-kevin-xu/ - The New Stack: https://thenewstack.io/databases-operators-bring-stateful-workloads-to-kubernetes/ ---- Josh Eveleth - Kong Senior Software Engineer Title: KIC and You: This Way to the Great Ingress Josh's presentation will cover the benefits of using an ingress controller. There will be a brief demo of the Kubernetes Ingress Controller for Kong. About the speaker: Josh Eveleth is a senior software engineer at Kong. He juggles his time between DevOps and backend engineering. --- IMPORTANT: You must register for this event here in order to attend: http://bit.ly/2LVF4vn ---

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  • DevOps Exchange San Francisco November Meetup

    Hi Everyone, Our November Meetup is kindly being hosted by OverOps, and we hope to extend it into the later hours afterwards at a bar, so watch this space for speaker announcements and other schedule additions coming soon! The agenda will be as follows: 6.00pm - Drinks and Food 6:30pm - 7:30pm — 3 x 20 minute talks 7:30pm - 8:00pm — Networking Talks: 1) Continuous Reliability (CR) is a new framework and practice for DevOps Tal Weiss, CTO and Founder @ Overops In his presentation, Tal explains how to brings together automated code quality gates and contextual feedback loops within a CI/CD workflow to help organizations overcome the agility/stability paradox. CR can mean the difference between hoping your code might work in production, and actually knowing it will. He will define CR for attendees and demonstrate how they can implement this practice within the context of their organization’s own transformation." 2) Architect Solutions For Multi Cloud Deployment Ravi Bulusu, Chief Architect Behavior Analytics @ Splunk It is imperative that the new age SaaS products are architected to run on multiple clouds but still be able to take advantage of the cloud native resources. In this talk I would to discuss about decoupling cloud agnostic and cloud native parts of the architecture. 3) Using Spinnaker with EKS Brandon Powell, Software Engineer @ Armory Spinnaker is an open source, multi-cloud continuous delivery platform for releasing software changes with high velocity and confidence. Get a walkthrough on how to get Spinnaker working inside of your EKS Cluster. By the end of the walkthrough, you’ll have an end-to-end pipeline deploying a Helm chart to your EKS cluster using Spinnaker. Also, if you are interested in speaking in one of our next Meetup? Let us know and click on the following link to provide your information: https://bit.ly/2GJlYVC

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  • DevOps Exchange San Francisco October Meetup

    Amplitude

    Hi Everyone, Our October Meetup is kindly being hosted by Amplitude, and we hope to extend it into the later hours afterwards at a bar, so watch this space for speaker announcements and other schedule additions coming soon! The agenda will be as follows: 6.00pm - Drinks and Food 6:30pm - 7:30pm — 3 x 20 minute talks 7:30pm - 8:00pm — Networking And herein are the talks: Antonio Osorio, Head of Cloud Engineering @ Amplitude Talk: Amplitude's DevOps journey This talk discuses DevOps at Amplitude: the lessons we learned building a healthy DevOps culture, the role of the DevOps team, the tools that we lean on, and the challenges ahead. Val Kulichenko, Lead Architect @ GridGain Systems. Talk: Distributed Database DevOps Dilemmas? Kubernetes to the rescue! Distributed databases can make so many things easier for a developer, but not always for DevOps. Kubernetes has come to the rescue with an easy application orchestration! It is straightforward to do the orchestration leaning on relational databases as a data layer. However, it is more difficult to do the same when a distributed SQL database or other kinds of distributed storage is used instead. In this presentation, attendees will learn how Kubernetes can orchestrate a distributed database. David Gildeh, Founder and CEO @ Outlyer Talk: Why NOT to build your own time-series database At Outlyer, we do infrastructure monitoring at scale, and as our customers moved to microservices and containers we've seen an exponential growth in metrics and the challenges of collecting and querying all of those metrics in real-time. Over the past few years, we've had to build 3 TSDB architectures as we scaled, with the second iteration almost taking our service down as customers ramped up to tens of millions of metrics each! In this talk David will share the challenges of collecting time-series at scale, the mistakes we made along the way, and how we ended up finally fixing them with a complete redesign last year using Atlas from Netflix as a key component. Also, if you are interested in speaking in one of our next Meetup? Let us know and click on the following link to provide your information: https://bit.ly/2GJlYVC

  • DevOps San Franccisco

    Lumosity

    DevOps Exchange September will take place at the Lumosity's offices in downtown San Francisco. Firstly we will hear from Chetan Conikee, Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Shiftleft sharing his tips and tricks for the best ways to identify Microservices leaking critical data. We will also hear from mason Jones, Sr. Staff Infrastructure Engineer at Credit Karma taking us into their experience of Microservices architecture for the real world. Finally, but not less our host Albert Dixon, Senior Infrastructure Engineer at Lumos Labs (Lumosity) will present "Revisiting Immutable Infrastructure with the HashiCorp Stack (AWS-focused). The Meetup starts at 6 pm and we will have pizzas, wine and beers. And, great thanks to Lumos Labs (Lumosity) that will host this upcoming event. Hope to see you there! Franck Ardourel The DoxSFO Team PS - if you are interested in speaking in one of our next Meetup? Let us know and click on the following link to provide your information: https://bit.ly/2GJlYVC

  • DevOps San Francisco Meetup

    Outlyer

    Hi Everyone, We have missed July but we're back in August 22 with our monthly DevOps meetup. We're also excited that we'll be hosting our event for the first time at WeWork, and we will have great speakers. If you are a DevOps person looking for some interesting and new stuff I would recommend attending this next Meetup. The agenda will be as follows: 6.00pm - Drinks and Food 6:30pm - 7:30pm — 3 x 20 minute talks 7:30pm - 8:00pm — Networking Talk 1: Peter Nickolov, CTO and Founder @ Opsani will talk about how to Tune for Performance in an Ever Changing Microservices Code Base Talk 2: Neil Gehani, Director of Product @ Weaveworks will talk about how cd pipelines are different from CI pipelines Talk 3: Ted M. Young Principal Java Trainer @ Spiral Learning, LLC will talk about how to run Java and Spring Boot in a containerized environment Also, if you are interested in speaking in one of our next Meetup? Let us know and click on the following link to provide your information: https://bit.ly/2GJlYVC

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  • San Francisco DevOps Engineers Community

    Location visible to members

    Hi DevOps Enthusiasts, We are excited to announce that this month's Meetup will be hosted by Credit Karma, in downtown San Francisco, and we will have three great speakers. Also, Meetup event will go from 6 to 8:30 pm, and we will provide beer, wine, non-alcoholic drinks and light The agenda will be as follows: 6.00pm — Start networking, take a drink and grab a slice of pizza 6:30pm - 7:30pm — 3 x 20 minute talks (including Q&A) 7:30pm - 8:30pm — Continue networking and take another drink Presentation 1: Clark Williamson, DevOps Engineer @ Kaiser - Will talk about how they implement DevOps at Kaiser and what they learned. Presentation 2: Gervais Jonhson, Director Agile Transformation@ Matrix Resources - Will talk about DevOps in a highly regulated environment and share implementation experience with companies like Nationwide Insurance and Capital One. Presentation 3: Vangelis Koukis, CTO/co-Founder @ Arrikto - will talk about self-service, decentralized storage for multi-cloud K8s. He will describe the current K8s APIs and storage options for backing stateful applications. Also, this is the last call as we are wrapping up our DevOps survey. If you’d like to get a copy of the State of DevOps Monitoring in 2018, your will need to complete it. Please take a moment, but deadline is June 15. Click on this link https://bit.ly/2GJlYVC And, if you are interested in speaking? Let us know and click on the following link: https://bit.ly/2GJlYVC Cheers, Franck

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  • DevOps Exchange San Francisco in May

    Upgrade.com

    Hi DevOps Engineers, We're excited to announce this month's Meetup will be hosted by Upgrade.com, and you should not miss this one. WHY? Because we are getting great speakers from great companies. See who is presenting and their TOPIC below. Also, pizzas, wine and beers will be served to make this event truly social... The agenda will be as follows: 6.00pm — Start networking, take a drink and grab a slice of pizza 6:30pm - 7:30pm — 3 x 20 minute talks (including Q&A) 7:30pm - 8:30pm — Continue networking and take another drink Presentation 1: Ankit Upadyaya, Senior Operations Engineer, LinkedIn – Visibility Engineering for the Site Reliability. Presentation 2: Matt Helms, Risk & Safety Solutions, UC Davis – Container Tips and Tricks Presentation 3: Vijay Tatkar, Director Product Management @ Oracle – Microservices, How Do You Maximize Services Levels by Using ML Also, we are still conducting our State of DevOps Monitoring Survey 2018, and we NEED your insight. Please take a moment to help us complete this survey, and click on this link https://bit.ly/2GJlYVC And, if you are interested in speaking? Let us know and click on the following link: https://bit.ly/2GJlYVC

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  • DevOps Exchange San Francisco @LeanPlum

    LeanPlum

    Hi DevOps Enthusiasts, We're excited to announce this month's Meetup will be at Leanplum (https://www.leanplum.com). And, in order to make it even more fun I would suggest that you bring your best DevOps buddies although they may not be part of this Meetup group yet. We'll be having talks on topics that should be of interest to you. See who is presenting and their topic below. And, of course, pizzas, wine and beers will be served. The agenda will be as follows: 6.00pm — Start networking, take a drink and grab a slice of pizza 6:30pm - 7:30pm — 3 x 20 minute talks (including Q&A) 7:30pm - 8:30pm — Continue networking and take another drink Presentation 1: Michael Kehoe. Engineer Production SRE, LinkedIn – How To Build Production Ready Services. Presentation 2: Matt Helms, Risk & Safety Solutions, UC Davis – Container Tips And Tricks Presentation 3: Ryan Killory and Aleksandar Gyorev, Software Engineers, Leanplum – How To Build A Scalable Metrics System Also, if you are interested in speaking? Let us know and click on the following link: https://bit.ly/2GJlYVC

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