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DevOps includes the broadest range of applied IT topics. Everyone's experience matters, from a startup, to a struggling IT department, to the likes of Google and Netflix. We share experiences from beginners and masters alike. Presentations can be aspirational, a post-mortem, and everything in between.
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Upcoming events (4+)See all
- Leveraging Amazon's VPC Lattice for Next-Level Cloud NetworkingLink visible for attendees
Discover the art of seamless cloud networking with Amazon’s VPC Lattice! This revolutionary tool is your gateway to secure, scalable, and simplified service connectivity across multiple VPCs and accounts. Delve into its power to manage complex AWS networks with ease.
Join us in this enlightening tech talk as we delve into the realm of modern applications and microservice networking. We begin with an introduction to Amazon’s VPC Lattice, exploring its core functionalities and unique selling points. Understand why Amazon's VPC Lattice is becoming a popular choice for businesses and learn about the tangible benefits it can bring to your organization's cloud infrastructure.
We'll also dive into common use cases, illustrating how various businesses are utilizing VPC Lattice to transform their networking strategy and enhance their cloud infrastructure. To wrap up, we'll offer a live demo showcasing VPC Lattice's capabilities in real-world scenarios.
By the end of this session, you will have a clear understanding of Amazon VPC Lattice, its potential applications, and how it can pave the way for a future-ready business. Don't miss this opportunity to unlock the full potential of your cloud networking.
- 6:00PM MT Announcements
- 6:15PM Presentation by Samuel Baruffii
- 6:50PM Q&A
Session will be recorded and posted at SLC DevOps Days YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@slcdevopsdays/videos
- Scale your streaming data pipelines efficiently with KubernetesLink visible for attendees
# A system architecture for streaming data pipelines that scales automatically while minimizing compute costs.
Applications deployed as Kubernetes Deployments (or StatefulSets) can be scaled manually or automatically either through the API or with the HorizontalPodAutoscaler (HPA). This can be a great solution for scaling relatively steady workloads with short-lived task durations, such as a REST API backing a web application.
With volatile workloads, back pressure can become a problem. If volume increases faster than resources can scale up, requests will time out.
6:00 - 6:10 PM Introductions and Announcements
6:10 - 6:50 PM Presentation by Jack Wood from SaasGlue - https://www.saasglue.com/
6:50 - 7:00 PM Q & A
Here is the zoom link: