- IoT on DigitalOcean
In this Meetup, we are partnering with California-headquartered IoT company - Vitalpointz, to discuss more around the current & future IoT landscape, and how to solve certain problems in current IoT implementations. Vitalpointz offers comprehensive IoT Developer Tools including IoT Device Agents, a versatile IoT Cloud platform & programmable IoT mobile apps. Agenda 10 AM: Doors open! 10:30 – 11:00 AM: > What's new in DigitalOcean Karan MV, Developer Relations - India, DigitalOcean 11:00 - 11:15 AM: > Current IoT Landscape & innovations in IoT Anand Sisupalan, Co-Founder, Vitalpointz Networks 11:15 - 11:30 AM: > Problems being faced by current IoT implementations & solutions Vedam Jude, Vice President (Engineering), Vitalpointz Networks 11:30 - 11:50 AM: > Demo of IoT on DigitalOcean Deepak Kumar Naik, Senior Systems Engineer, Vitalpointz 11:50 - 12:10 PM: > Getting started with IoT and scaling on DigitalOcean Vedam Jude, Vice President (Engineering), Vitalpointz Networks 12:10 - 1:00 PM: > Q&A + Networking We look forward to hosting you at the Meetup! Please do RSVP and let us know if you will be able to make it to the event.
- Hatch 101 Sessions: Learnings on Scaling for Early Stage Startups
We are kicking off the first product focused Hatch 101 Sessions in Bangalore with our SVP of Product, Shiven Ramji. He will share key insights that have helped support DigitalOcean's growth path. Spend the evening with us and learn about scaling your startup. Shiv will share details and strategies to help your startup get up and running (i.e. learn how we built a $200MM business with no sales team). Key Takeaways: - Insights on building and scaling a content engine. - Insights on building products for product builders. - Learn about mechanisms and approaches that connect innovating in developer education and delivery. Please RSVP via this link to reserve your spot: https://do.co/hatch101-blr Light food and drink will be served. About Hatch by DigitalOcean Hatch is DigitalOcean's global startup program that helps you grow your business. Spend less time worrying about cloud infrastructure and more time building great things. Learn more at: https://do.co/hatch
- Service Meshes + Kubernetes: Solving Service-Service Issues
NASSCOM 10,000 Startups Warehouse - Bengaluru
As the number of services scale in architecture, the complexity and management increase. To manage services in production, the concept of Service Mesh has been introduced. Ben will explore the problems with large-scale deployments and how this is potentially solved by building on top of a Service Mesh. Ben will focus on Istio, an open platform to connect, manage, and secure Microservices supports large-scale Microservice deployments on top of Kubernetes. The talk will discuss: - Introducing Service Mesh Concepts, aims and benefits - Deploying applications with Istio - Increasing service reliability when applications fail - How Service Mesh can improve application security - Gaining visibility into production using tracing and metrics Attendees will learn how Service Meshes and Istio can enhance communication security, authentication and reliability. Ben Hall is the creator of Katacoda.com, an interactive learning and training platform for software developers. We look forward to hosting you at the meetup!
- A fun-filled Yoga Meet powered by DigitalOcean
Calling the Startup & Tech Community of Bangalore for a fun-filled, Yoga meet on Saturday! Inundated with networking sessions, startup events and tech meetups!? Take a break and rejuvenate yourself at Bangalore's first health and wellness event meant solely for the Startup and Tech Community, brought to you by DigitalOcean, in partnership with WeWork and Yourstory. To mark the 'International Yoga Day', DigitalOcean is glad to bring together Bangalore's startup and tech community for a fun-filled and rejuvenating session of Yoga under the open skies! The yoga session will be followed by fun games and networking over healthy snacks and drinks! The event is FREE, but registration is required as spots are limited. RSVP here - https://do.co/yoga A confirmation email with other details about the event will be sent to the confirmed participants.
- DigitalOcean TIDE Conference
DigitalOcean, in partnership with NASSCOM 10,000 startups is organizing Tide, a day-long conference of insightful talks and panel discussions meant for technology-enabled businesses. Come listen to Industry experts and practitioners and learn best practices on how you can use Cloud to grow and scale your business! This conference will be relevant for both business & technical folks at your organization. For agenda & requesting an invite, visit: https://do.co/2urycgx
- Joint Meetup : DigitalOcean meets other Developer Communities
Hello All, We're doing a joint meetup with other meetup groups(given below) in Bangalore. This is a unique event where multiple developer communities meet for a day long technical sessions. Date : 24th March 2018 Venue : Walmart Labs Talks will be selected via a CFP process. We will be charging INR 250 as registration fee to have confirmed participation. As venue and food is sponsored by Walmart, we will be using all of the collected money to give away gifts to speakers and prizes to participants. You can register for the event here : https://bit.ly/JointMeetupReg Meetup Groups participating are: - AWS - Azure - CNCF - DevOps - DigitalOcean - Docker - Elastic - Kubernetes - Kubernetes and OpenShift If you would like to speak at the event then please submit your CFP here : https://bit.ly/JointMeetupCFP Important dates to remember :- 1. CFP open - 14th Feb'18 2. CFP close - 7th March'18 3. CFP confirmation - 14th March'18 4. Event date - 24th March'18 PS: Report on last year event here : http://bit.ly/JointMeetup2017 Thanks DigitalOcean Bangalore Organisers • Important to know https://bit.ly/JointMeetupReg
- DigitalOcean & GitHub present: Hacktoberfest in Bangalore
What is Hacktoberfest? Hacktoberfest—in partnership with GitHub—is a month-long celebration of open source software. Maintainers are invited to guide would-be contributors (https://opensource.guide/how-to-contribute/) towards issues that will help move the project forward, and contributors get the opportunity to give back to both projects they like and ones they've just discovered. No contribution is too small—bug fixes and documentation updates are valid ways of participating. 2017 will mark the 4th year for Hacktoberfest! Rules and Prizes To participate, first sign up on the Hacktoberfest site (https://hacktoberfest.digitalocean.com/). If you open up four pull requests between October 1 and October 31, you'll win a free, limited edition Hacktoberfest T-shirt. (Pull requests do not have to be merged and accepted; as long as they've been opened between the very start of October 1 and the very end of October 31, they count towards a free T-shirt.) What is Hacktoberfest in Bangalore? Hacktoberfest in Bangalore is an event that brings this online celebration offline, and is Hacktoberfest's official event! See below for the planned agenda. Agenda 10 am: Doors open! 10:30–11:00am: Introduction to Hacktoberfest & DigitalOcean (Karan MV, India Outreach Specialist, DigitalOcean) • What is Hacktoberfest and why does it happen • History of Hacktoberfest • What is DigitalOcean • Why do we contribute to Open Source, why is OSS important to us • Why did we start Hacktoberfest 11:00am - 11:30am: The GitHub Universe 2017 & Beyond (Amandeep Sandhu, Director of Marketing Operations, GitHub) 11:30am - 12:00 noon Maintainer intros/pitches • Umasankar Mukkara - OpenEBS • Lalatendu Mohanty - Minishift 12:00noon – 1:00pm: “Hacking” for Hacktoberfest. Engineers from DO and GitHub are there as volunteers to assist attendees with performing PRs and any questions that arise. 1:00–1:30pm: Wrap up! This event is for programmers of all ages and levels! We look forward to seeing you! Happy Hacking!
- Monitoring Meetup
Hello Everyone, This time, on 2nd September, we are going to discuss various monitoring tools and strategies. We are looking for at least one talk each on monitoring containers and monitoring traditional infrastructures. Any other task related to monitoring would be welcomed as well. Please leave a comment about the talks you want to present or a talk you want to listen. Agenda: • Monitoring with AI - classifications, use cases & tools by Vivek Sridhar • Prometheus: Simple, robust monitoring at scale! by Goutham Veeramachaneni • Monitoring with Sysdig Falco by Sri Krishna
- Building the Cloud, Hadoop & Best Practices for Production Applications
Agenda 6.00 PM:How to setup a multi-node Hadoop cluster on DigitalOcean, by Kenso Trabing, lead instructor for Data Science & Python Bootcamps at Byte Academy Bangalore 6.45 PM: Best practices to manage web applications in production by Vivek Sridhar, Developer Advocate, DigitalOcean Looking forward to seeing you all at the Meetup!
- CI/CD Tools and Strategies
CI/CD merges development with testing, allowing developers to build code collaboratively, submit it to the master branch, and be checked for issues. This allows developers to not only build their code but also test their code in any environment type and as often as possible to catch bugs early in the applications development lifecycle. We are bringing back CI/CD for the next meetup. We would like the community to share their knowledge about various tools available and strategies for managing the workflows, including failure stories and things that went wrong. If you have experience in building and/or managing CI/CD tool chains and want to speak, please leave a comment and we'll get in touch with you. Agenda: 10 am - 11 am: Introduction to CI/CD by Vysali Shivashree (McAfee Anti-virus Pvt Ltd. ) 11 am - 12 pm: Zero Downtime Deployment with Docker Swarm by Gourav Shah ( http://www.schoolofdevops.com/ ) 12 pm - 12.30 pm: What git push does to our web app by Venkat 12.30 pm onwards: Snacks & Networking