Next Meetup

Container Orchestration & Migrating to the "Cloud" using Docker and Traefik
THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE RSVP USING THIS LINK https://events.docker.com/events/details/docker-blacksburg-presents-container-orchestration-migrating-to-the-cloud-using-docker-and-traefik Docker 101 Series In our final session of Docker 101, we will learn how container orchestrations enables our applications to scale up or down, react to failures, update without downtime, and live in harmony with many other applications. Docker 101 is a four-part series introducing developers to the world of containers and Docker. Each session builds on the concepts from the prior one, but we encourage new people to join us at any time in the series. The series topics are: 1 - Why Containers? [What problems do containers solve? Building and sharing containers.] 2 - Docker Compose. [More complex applications that network multiple containers.] 3 - Building Effective Images. [Deep dive into image layers. Efficient workflow and efficient images.] 4 - Container Orchestration. [Managing many containers in a cluster.] Migrating the traditional LAMP stack to the "Cloud" using Docker and Traefik Branden McKagen, Senior Sysadmin at Virginia Tech, will explore his journey of migrating a server full of webapps to containers using Docker and Traefik to try and avoid the dreaded D-word: Downtime. About the Docker Blacksburg Meetup The Blacksburg Docker chapter is a friendly group of developers and engineers from various industries across the New River Valley. Our members span the experience spectrum from beginners (midshipmen?) to a Docker Captain. We meet monthly to learn from each other and share tips, troubles, and triumphs with Docker. Agenda 6:00 pm: Docker 101 Session 4 -- Container Orchestration 6:45 pm: Food / Networking 7:00 pm: News 7:15 pm: Migrating the traditional LAMP stack to the "Cloud" using Docker and Traefik --- Speakers Russ Fenn - Virginia Tech Russ is a web application and infrastructure team leader at Virginia Tech, who manages a menagerie of container and legacy applications. Branden McKagen - Virginia Tech (Senior Systems Administrator) Branden McKagen is the senior sysadmin for the Office of Research and Innovation at Virginia Tech, where he likes writing Infrastructure-as-Code and avoiding printers when possible. In his free time he enjoys turning dead trees into cutting boards and fine furniture Hosted By Michael Irwin, Community Leader Russell Fenn, Web and Infrastructure Team Leader --- Partners Qualtrax Inc (http://www.qualtrax.com/) Containous (https://containo.us/) We are Containous. We strive to provide the cloud with the most powerful tools to ease the demanding infrastructures strain on your IT. In addition, you probably know of Containous as the maintainer of Traefik, a cloud-native and container-aware reverse proxy. --- THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE RSVP USING THIS LINK https://events.docker.com/events/details/docker-blacksburg-presents-container-orchestration-migrating-to-the-cloud-using-docker-and-traefik

Qualtrax Inc

105 E Roanoke St · Blacksburg

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Learn, Collaborate & Dockerize! Meet other developers and ops engineers in your community that are using and learning about Docker. Docker is an open platform that helps you build, ship and run applications anytime and anywhere. Developers use Docker to modify code and to streamline application development, while operations gain support to quickly and flexibly respond to their changing needs. Docker ensures agility, portability and control for all your distributed apps.

Docker is also the main sponsor of the Moby Project, an open framework to assemble specialized container systems without reinventing the wheel. More information available at http://mobyproject.org/

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