• Digital Docker London - Lockdown Special

    Online event

    Docker London goes Digital! You can watch the stream via YouTube and join the conversation on Discord - http://docker.london/discord :) Agenda: 18:30 - Introduction 18:45 - Marcus Maxwell - 3 musketeers: test, build, and deploy your apps from anywhere, the same way 19:15 - Kerim Satirli - Understanding the Docker Provider for Terraform 19:45 - Wrap up + Virtual Pub -- >_Marcus Maxwell (@mindful_monk) 3 musketeers: test, build, and deploy your apps from anywhere, the same way Does it take ages for a new engineer in your team to build the codebase? Is all the build logic in your CI/CD system hidden behind esoteric groovy files? Are you tired of spending time tweaking Jenkins instead of building apps? If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, then you should know you are not alone and that many engineers are currently battling their CI/CD systems. There is another way though, with a bit of docker, docker-compose and a makefile you might be able to avoid all this pain and achieve a more consistent way to test, build and deploy your applications. Marcus is a Principal Consultant at Contino and has been helping multiple enterprise organizations with their cloud native journeys. He has worked on building landing zones for AWS and Azure, hacked insecure kubernetes clusters and locked down exposed S3 buckets. >_Kerim Satirli (@ksatirli) Understanding the Docker Provider for Terraform Kerim is a Developer Advocate at HashiCorp, where he works on creating a positive experience for developers and infrastructure engineers. In this talk Kerim will explain how HashiCorp Terraform can be used to maintain infrastructure as code and how this ties into the Docker world.

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  • [CANCELLED] Docker 7th Birthday Party - Let's hear it from the community!

    After a lot of contemplation, I have decided that we're not going ahead with the upcoming Docker Birthday Meetup, currently scheduled for March 24th. I've been monitoring the news and keeping a close eye on rest the community, and with the Coronavirus infection numbers increasing daily I felt it would be best to hold fire on Meetups until it calms down again. In the meantime I'm also looking into virtual options, but I'm hoping everything will have calmed down before the May edition. Thank you again for your understanding. If you have any questions, you can DM me or email me on here. Regards, Domi - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - As is our tradition, this March we will be celebrating #DockerBday and all the ways Docker and this Community has impacted your life, industry, and day-to-day workflows. Join us to get to know your local Docker community members, learn 7 Docker Tips + Tricks, earn a special badge, eat cake, and get swag! We are looking for stories of impact, opportunity and innovation from our community! You can share a story about how Docker fits into your workflows, or what you’ve built with Docker - work related or purely personal, fun projects. You can include slides, or a demo, or just get up there and talk. We’d also love to hear about the opportunities you’ve realized or created with Docker or through the Docker community. Docker will be sharing select stories on their blog and social media all month long! If you want to share your story at the Meetup, please prepare a 10 min lightning presentation and submit your talk via https://forms.gle/7bYeASQcdsMyoCR18 We have space for about 6 lightning presentations - Please get submitting now! --- >_Sponsored by Tecknuovo - www.tecknuovo.com – Born out of the London tech scene, Tecknuovo bring together the brightest engineering minds, change agents and evangelists to challenge the traditional consultancy world. We provide pragmatic, low risk, cost effective solutions to enable Digital Transformation. You can always find us at a Meetup, so make sure to follow us @tecknuovo to find out where we are. >_Sponsored by O'Reilly - www.oreilly.com - Take advantage of OReilly's Live Online Trainings - you'll get real answers in real time from the best in the business - Link: https://www.oreilly.com/pub/cpc/297995 >_Docker London is a supporter of Meetup Mates. If you would otherwise go by yourself or if you're just up for expanding your social circle - head over to www.meetupmates.com to register and attend a pre-meet with Mates!

  • The first edition of the Decade - January Docker London

    Babylon Health

    Waitlist will not open on Meetup.com - Please RSVP at http://docker.london/rsvp to register your seat. Docker London is coming at you with the first edition of the decade! 6:00 - Doors Open + Food 7:00 - Introduction 7:15 - Dimple Dalby (@dimpledalby) - Getting your containers ready for production 7:45 - Matt Carroll (@grimmware) - How I Used `--cap-add=SYS_ADMIN` And Wasn’t Even Sorry 8:15 - Beer Break 8:30 - Matt Turner (@mt165) - Networks, Linux, Containers, and Pods 9:00 - Wrap up + Pub >_Dimple Dalby (@dimpledalby) - Getting your containers ready for production Comparethemarket has been running services on Kubernetes for over 2 years now. Getting our services production ready has not been easy. This talk is about a curated checklist you might want to use to make your journey a lot easier than ours. Dimple is a Cloud Platform Lead at Comparethemarket. She has a background in development and has been in the DevOps world for around 8 years. >_Matt Carroll (@grimmware) - How I Used `--cap-add=SYS_ADMIN` And Wasn’t Even Sorry At Yelp our security team faced a fairly common problem of tracing outbound TCP connections back to their owning processes on our container-based PaaS, so we had the idea to use the Linux kernel’s eBPF subsystem for its tracing capabilities. But how to deploy a greenfield security project across a fleet quickly and easily to prove its utility in order to invest further time in it? In this talk we’ll look out how you can use eBPF and Docker in harmony to get cutting edge tracing capabilities without all the pain! Matt is an Infrastructure Security Engineer at Yelp by day and just generally dissatisfied by the order that the 0s and 1s are in by night. >_Matt Turner (@mt165) - Networks, Linux, Containers, and Pods Ziglu runs Kubernetes and Istio in production, and it adds up to a complicated system. In order to debug deeply one day, Matt had to dive into the inner workings of Docker networking, virtual switches, and sidecar containers. This talk will share what he learned about off these systems, in the hope it’ll save other people time! Matt is Head of Platform at Ziglu. He was originally a software engineer and has been doing infrastructure for 7 years. >_Sponsored by Tecknuovo - www.tecknuovo.com – Born out of the London tech scene, Tecknuovo bring together the brightest engineering minds, change agents and evangelists to challenge the traditional consultancy world. We provide pragmatic, low risk, cost effective solutions to enable Digital Transformation. You can always find us at a Meetup, so make sure to follow us @tecknuovo to find out where we are. >_Docker London is a supporter of Meetup Mates. If you would otherwise go by yourself or if you're just up for expanding your social circle - head over to www.meetupmates.com to register and attend a pre-meet with Mates!

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  • Docker London Meetup - Christmas Edition

    Cloudflare

    Please RSVP on http://docker.london/rsvp - I dare you to wear a Christmas Jumper :p (Gentle reminder that the Meetup event won't lift waitlist!!) Christmas is early for us Dockerites, where we will yet again, gather to celebrate the last Meetup of 2019! 6:00 - Doors Open + Food 7:00 - Introduction 7:15 - Declarative Network Security for your Docker and Kubernetes Platforms 7:45 - A trip down Docker Build history to BuildKit 8:15 - Beer Break 8:30 - What's mTLS and why should you care? 9:00 PM Wrap up & Pub Karthik Prabhakar (@worldhopper) - Declarative Network Security for your Docker and Kubernetes Platforms Tigera Calico is the open source, batteries-included solution included in Docker Enterprise for pod networking and network security and is widely adopted in high profile deployments. This talk will discuss the do's and don'ts of declarative network security for microservices in Docker and Kubernetes deployments. Together with a demo leveraging standard Kubernetes and Service Mesh (Istio + Envoy) constructs, we'll illustrate how to enable policy-as-code for network security in lock step with dynamic workload identity, and best practices to minimize friction with adoption.. Karthik Prabhakar has been with Tigera for 3 years, and has been involved with network and network security designs at numerous Kubernetes deployments in production. - Fernando Miguel (@BlnaryMlke) - A trip down Docker Build history to BuildKit In this talk Fernando will cover the evolution of Docker Build engine, enabling and benefits of BuildKit and what buildx can do for you. Fernando is a Solution Architect, DevSecOps, SRE. He’s an advocate of self-empowering others. - Viktor Petersson (@vpetersson) - What's mTLS and why should you care? Mutual TLS, or mTLS, is a widely used standard for improving the security for authentication. It's an extension of TLS, which is used for HTTPS, but in addition to the client verifying that the server, the server also verifies that the client. mTLS is already widely used and is the cornerstone of the Zero Trust Networking movement, but how does it work? In this talk, we will go over the fundamentals of mTLS and create a simple web app that users mTLS as the authentication method. We will use technologies like Docker and Nginx to accomplish this, show the benefits over traditional authentication methods (such as API keys and passwords) Bio: While still in college Viktor co-founded the software company WireLoad, Inc which grew into a thriving business with multiple products. WireLoad's latest product, Screenly, has grown to become the most popular open source solution on Github, powering thousands of screens around the world, all powered by Raspberry Pis. Most recently, Viktor co-founded WoTT to help tackle the mess that is security by making it easy for developers to adopt industry best-practices for their fleet of devices. - Sponsors: >_Oracle Cloud - https://cloud.oracle.com - Oracle Cloud is the industry’s broadest and most integrated public cloud, helping drive innovation, business transformation and empowering organisations of all sizes by increasing business agility, lowering costs, and reducing IT complexity. It offers best-in-class services across software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and lets you put Oracle Cloud in your own data centre. >_Tecknuovo - www.tecknuovo.com – Born out of the London tech scene, Tecknuovo bring together the brightest engineering minds, change agents and evangelists to challenge the traditional consultancy world. We provide pragmatic, low risk, cost effective solutions to enable Digital Transformation. You can always find us at a Meetup, so make sure to follow us @tecknuovo to find out where we are. >_JetBrains - www.jetbrains.com - Everybody's favourite IDE's. Jetbrains is kindly offering us free 1-year licenses to give away! >_O'Reilly - www.o'reilly.com - O'Reilly is offering us a bunch of books to give away!

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  • Docker London Meetup - September Edition @ Condé Nast International

    Conde Nast International

    Please note: the RSVP on here WILL NOT open - please register at http://docker.london/rsvp 6:00 - Doors Open & Food 7:00 - Intro 7:15 - Karolis - Webhooks, Tunnels and Side Projects 7:45 - Marc - Your Kernel and You - How cgroups make containers possible 8:15 - Beer Break 8:30 - Kevin - Release with Confidence, observability for Microservices 9:00 Wrap up and Pub >_Karolis Rusenas, Dotscience - Webhooks, tunnels and side projects In this talk Karolis will present his side project Webhook Relay that lets you securely deliver webhooks to internal systems such Jenkins or dynamically create and reconfigure bidirectional tunnels through an API. I will also talk about how to create the least maintenance requiring stack (cough.. use Kubernetes.. cough) Karolis is a full-stack engineer, specializing in Go, Kubernetes, Infrastructure as a Service, devops tooling and frontend frameworks such as React and Vue.js >_Kevin Crawley, Instana – Release with Confidence, observability for Microservices In modern micro-service environments, it's no longer enough to just collect telemetry; there must be actionable insights derived from this data compiled in real time. Kevin will talk about how the combination of distributed tracing, metrics, and logs has helped his start-up, Single Music, tackle the complexity of an event driven micro-service app with only a handful of engineers on a stack orchestrated on Docker Swarm comprised of over 30 Spring Boot microservices. In this talk we’ll discuss how we utilize Grafana, Prometheus, Instana, and logz.io to understand the health of our application and find problems before our customers do (most of the time). Kevin is a Developer Advocate at Instana, Docker Captain and Docker Community Leader for the Nashville chapter and on the organising committee for DevOpsDays Nashville 2019. He’s travelled the globe doing talks at conferences and Meetups talking about various topics in the DevOps space, and is very passionate about educating fellow engineers about the benefits of observability, distributed tracing, and control theory. >_Marc Cluet, Nationwide Building Society – Your Kernel and You - How cgroups make containers possible Always wanted to know more about how cgroups work in Linux, where do they come from and how they shape the way we do containers nowadays? Look no further! In this talk Marc will try to give you a bit of history of cgroups, where the idea comes from (the answer might surprise you) and how cgroups have evolved over time. Marc Cluet is a DevOps practitioner and a grumpy Engineer in general, he was "the Ruby Guy" at Canonical for a couple years while he was on the Ubuntu server team, he was involved in the initial integration of cgroups and other projects like Juju (which explains his high-functioning alcoholism). He’s also one of the core-organisers of the London DevOps Meetup group. Sponsors: >_Tecknuovo - www.tecknuovo.com – Born out of the London tech scene, Tecknuovo bring together the brightest engineering minds, change agents and evangelists to challenge the traditional consultancy world. We provide pragmatic, low risk, cost effective solutions to enable Digital Transformation. You can always find us at a Meetup, so make sure to follow us @tecknuovo to find out where we are. >_InfluxData – www.influxdata.com - InfluxData, creator of InfluxDB, delivers a modern open source platform built from the ground up for analyzing metrics and events (time series data) for DevOps and IoT applications. >_Oracle Cloud - https://cloud.oracle.com - Oracle Cloud is the industry’s broadest and most integrated public cloud, helping drive innovation, business transformation and empowering organisations of all sizes by increasing business agility, lowering costs, and reducing IT complexity. It offers best-in-class services across software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and lets you put Oracle Cloud in your own data centre.

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  • Docker London Meetup - July Edition - Summer Fun!

    Babylon Health

    Please note: Meetup.com will keep waitlist - Please RSVP with your Docker ID on http://docker.london/rsvp Agenda: 6:00 – 6:45 Doors open + Food 7:00 – 7:15 Intro 7:15 – 7:45 Josh Michielsen - Killing bugs with KINDness 7:45 – 8:15 Ana-Maria Calin - Demystifying Containerd and other container runtimes 8:15 – 8:30 Beer Break 8:30 – 9:00 Prasenjit Sarkar - Multi-Stage Docker Build for effective Containers – Why & How 9:00 Wrap-up and Pub Speakers: Josh Michielsen, Condé Nast International - Killing bugs with KINDness KIND - Kubernetes IN Docker - is a relatively new tool for running Kubernetes clusters within Docker. KIND enables engineers to spin up local development cluster in under a minute, utilising Docker containers as "nodes". KIND was originally born as a method of running conformance tests for the Kubernetes project itself and has quickly gained in popularity within the community thanks to its fast start-up time, ease of use, and growing feature set. In this talk I will briefly look at how KIND differs from other local cluster tools, discuss a range of possible use-cases for KIND - both for local development and within CI/CD pipelines, and finally demonstrate how you can get starting using KIND. Ana-Maria Calin, Paybase - Demystifying Containerd and other container runtimes In 2016 Docker span out its core container runtime functionality into a standalone component, Containerd. Using Containerd developers can customize, extend and swap out functionality as needed, without unnecessary abstraction getting in their way This talk covers lessons learned by migrating a Kubernetes platform from a Docker Runtime based OS to a Containerd based OS. It includes observations around security, performance and usability, as well as the benefit of debugging using Crictl - Containerd’s cli, compared to the Docker cli. Find out if there’s a real benefit in swapping and the kind of effort required to achieve complete migration. Prasenjit Sarkar, Oracle - Multi-Stage Docker Build for effective Containers – Why & How Since the release of 17.05, Docker has introduced Multi-Stage Build for Docker Images for anyone who has struggled to optimize Dockerfiles while keeping them easy to read and maintain. This builder pattern will help anyone who would just like to have the runtime, configuration & application and doesn’t want to have compilers, debuggers, code, build, test logs etc. Sponsors: Tecknuovo - www.tecknuovo.com – Born out of the London tech scene, Tecknuovo bring together the brightest engineering minds, change agents and evangelists to challenge the traditional consultancy world. We provide pragmatic, low risk, cost effective solutions to enable Digital Transformation. You can always find us at a Meetup, so make sure to follow us @tecknuovo to find out where we are. InfluxData – www.influxdata.com - InfluxData, creator of InfluxDB, delivers a modern open source platform built from the ground up for analyzing metrics and events (time series data) for DevOps and IoT applications. Oracle Cloud - https://cloud.oracle.com - Oracle Cloud is the industry’s broadest and most integrated public cloud, helping drive innovation, business transformation and empowering organisations of all sizes by increasing business agility, lowering costs, and reducing IT complexity. It offers best-in-class services across software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and lets you put Oracle Cloud in your own data centre.

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  • Docker London Meetup - May Edition

    Funding Circle

    Meetup.com will keep waitlist - Please RSVP with your Docker ID on http://docker.london/rsvp 6:00 – 6:45 Doors open + Food 7:00 – 7:15 Intro 7:15 – 7:45 Batch processing on the Cloud: Party like it’s[masked]:45 – 8:15 Anomaly detection at Farmdrop 8:15 – 8:30 Beer Break 8:30 – 9:00 Cassandra in Docker at Yelp: Challenges and Opportunities 9:00 Wrap-up and Pub Anthony Dubuissez – Head of Platform @ Farmdrop – Anomaly detection at Farmdrop How to monitor your Docker stack and create a good alerting system to prevent partial outage. Willem Koopman – Lead Systems Engineer @ Scape Technologies - @secretbatcave - Batch processing on the Cloud: party like it’s 1999 At Scape we run an arbitrarily number of processes on our ~1Pb dataset to automatically create machine readable maps. Cloud platforms provide thousands of machines at a click of a button, however it's still surprisingly hard to make a batch processing system. It’s even harder to make it simple, cheap and reliable. Join me as I guide you through the highs and lows of trying to process Medium Data™ on a mixed pipeline (Python, C, Cuda and a smattering of machine learning frameworks) entirely in the cloud. About me: I spent the first ten years of my career as a sysadmin in the VFX industry (Framestore, Foundry & DNEG) Dealing with everything from broken mice, disks and keyboards, all the way up to nursing clustered files systems and debugging fluid simulations. Currently I'm the Lead Systems Engineer at Scape Technologies, where we are building a Cloud-Based Vision Engine that allows camera devices to understand their environment, using computer vision. Raghavendra Prabhu – Distributed Systems Engineer @ Yelp - @randomsurfer - Cassandra in Docker at Yelp: Challenges and Opportunities This talk is about the opportunities in reliability and availability of such a Dockerised Cassandra deployment and challenges that we have faced while running Cassandra inside a container. Yelp is a website and mobile application that connects people with great local businesses and revolves around the connections between them. To facilitate these applications, Yelp has hundreds of microservices deployed and updated in the back-end every day. To support these microservices, Yelp has a polyglot architecture comprising of datastores such as MySQL, Cassandra, Elasticsearch and so on. Raghavendra Prabhu has been at Yelp since 2015 working as a Distributed Systems engineer around datastores such as Cassandra and Elasticsearch. Prior to that, he worked at Percona as the Product Lead of Percona XtraDB Cluster (PXC) and at Yahoo as a System Engineer. Sponsors: InfluxData – www.influxdata.com - InfluxData, creator of InfluxDB, delivers a modern open source platform built from the ground up for analyzing metrics and events (time series data) for DevOps and IoT applications. Tecknuovo - www.tecknuovo.com – “If we’re doing it right, you’ll know us and trust us before you need us.” - Tecknuovo is a team of 20 eager and strangely unique individuals who aspire to change the face of Recruitment. We are working together towards a shared goal to become market leaders in the DevOps, Cloud and Open Source space and we’ve made some solid waves so far. As a team we are a friendly bunch, committed to give back to the community and trying to stay on top of the ever-changing technology landscape. You can find us at all the cool meetups in the London Meetup scene. Make sure to follow us @tecknuovo to find out where we are. Oracle Cloud - https://cloud.oracle.com - Oracle Cloud is the industry’s broadest and most integrated public cloud, helping drive innovation, business transformation and empowering organisations of all sizes by increasing business agility, lowering costs, and reducing IT complexity. It offers best-in-class services across software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and lets you put Oracle Cloud in your own data centre.

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  • OpenInfraDays UK - Conference (Not a Docker Meetup!)

    etc.venues St Paul's

    Hello! Our friends at OpenInfra Days have asked to make sure the Docker Community knows about this Conference - I've seen the line-up and it looks great! Definitely worth checking out. OpenInfra Days UK 2019 will be a two-day event will focus on four subject areas, loosely arranged into tracks: Cloud Native, Scientific Clouds, OCP and OpenStack. The schedule includes talks from Docker, Just Eat, Red Hat, HMRC, OpenStack, CNCF, University of Cambridge, Intel, Booking.com, Monzo, G-Research. Full schedule is here - https://openinfradays.sched.com/ The second day will be a full day of hands-on technical workshops for those wishing to learn from recognized subject matter experts in various fields, covering topics such as Kubernetes, Istio, Zuul, Ansible, Kata Containers, and OpenStack. Many of these are delivered by professional trainers usually costing thousands, being offered at a fraction of the price. Please reserve your workshop seat on https://openinfradays.sched.com/ due to health and safety regulations. You can find more information on how to register/attend at https://openinfradays.co.uk/ Tickets are going fast and very affordable, but have a 20% discount code for the first 10 people who register! Please use the following code in the registration window; INFRADAYS_C26CNgCUdLKDue7L_DEVOPSDOM See you there! Warm regards, DevOps Dom

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  • Docker Birthday #6 - Docker London Meetup - March Edition

    RSVP on the Docker Event page using your Docker ID here --> http://docker.london/rsvp 6:00 – 6:45 Doors open 6:45 – 7:00 Introduction 7:00 – 7:30 Lewis Denham-Parry - State of the Union Address 7:30 – 8:00 Ivan Pedrazas - Using Kubernetes 8:00 – 8:15 Cake Break 8:15 – 8:45 Elton Stoneman - Just what is a Service Mesh, and if I get one will it make everything OK? 8:45 – 9:00 Wrap-up and Pub Lewis Denham-Parry (@denhamparry) > State of the Union Address Docker is now 6 years old, but what is there to celebrate? Should we be writing a card, queueing up for a slice of cake and get a party bag on the way out? Or should we be going to the other containerization party on the other side of town? This talk is looking back to see what Docker has done for us and to help see where it can help us in the future. Also, is there something else that we could be celebrating, rather than just Dockers milestone? Lewis is the co-founder of Cloud Native Wales as well as consultant, speaker, trainer for @learnk8s and kitchen fitter. He started off as a Windows developer in the financial sector but now focuses on containers and orchestration. Work has taken Lewis to beautiful cities such as Dublin, New York and Hollywood and left it all for Cardiff. When not throwing things around in his home office, he can be found walking his dog and playing lego with his family. Ivan Pedrazas (@ipedrazas) > Using Kubernetes Ivan has been running Kubernetes in production for the last 4 years for different companies. During this talk, he will cover what he thinks are the important aspects of running applications on top of Kubernetes. This talk is a mix of best practices, irony, architecture, sarcasm and application development. This talk will cover the basics of how to install (securely), how to deploy (securely) and how to run applications on Kubernetes. He may or may not wear a costume. Ivan has a background on development and architecture and works as a Solution Architect building distributed systems. He's not a dinosaur, even there are rumours that contradict this statement. Elton Stoneman - Docker (@eltonstoneman) > Just what is a service mesh, and if I get one will it make everything OK? Communication is the backbone of distributed applications. Imagine you could control that backbone independently of all the components, so your application code just makes simple calls to other services, and your communication backbone does all the complex non-functional work. Load balancing, traffic management, fault tolerance, end-to-end monitoring, dynamic routing and secure communication could all be applied and controlled centrally. That's a service mesh. Elton is a Pluralsight Author, Microsoft MVP and Developer Advocate at Docker. He’s been architecting and delivering successful solutions with Microsoft technologies since 2000, most recently Big Data and API implementations in Azure, and distributed applications with Docker. Our Sponsors for this event; Monzo Bank – www.monzo.com – At Monzo, we’re building a new kind of bank. One that lives on your smartphone and built for the way you live today. By solving your problems, treating you fairly and being totally transparent, we believe we can make banking better. InfluxData – www.influxdata.com - InfluxData, creator of InfluxDB, delivers a modern open source platform built from the ground up for analyzing metrics and events (time series data) for DevOps and IoT applications. Tecknuovo - www.tecknuovo.com – “If we’re doing it right, you’ll know us and trust us before you need us.” - Tecknuovo is a team of 20 eager and strangely unique individuals who aspire to change the face of Recruitment. We are working together towards a shared goal to become market leaders in the DevOps, Cloud and Open Source space and we’ve made some solid waves so far. As a team we are a friendly bunch, committed to give back to the community and trying to stay on top of the ever-changing technology landscape. @tecknuovo

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  • Docker London - January Edition

    Rightmove plc

    Please RSVP with your Docker ID and get your free ticket on http://tiny.cc/dockerjanuary - This is important as we need to be able to securely sign you in at the venue. Kindly hosted by our friends at Rightmove! Agenda; 6:00 – 6:45 Doors open + Food 6:45 – 7:00 Introduction 7:00 – 7:30 Igor Karpovich – It’s all about Microservices 7:30 – 8:00 Scott Perham - 4,000 containers, 4 engineers 8:00 – 8:15 Beer Break 8:15 – 8:45 Phil Estes - An insiders’ look at the Docker engine evolution from[masked]:45 – 9:00 Wrap-up and Pub Igor Karpovich (@ikarpovich) – It’s all about Microservices These days it's all about microservices: how to build and run them efficiently. Igor is Head of Software Development at Currency Solutions where he's focused on helping the business to choose right technologies. He's been in the industry for 14 years working in telecom, web hosting, digital consultancies and fintech. Scott Perham - 4,000 containers, 4 engineers Polystream's platform is comprised of a broad set of technologies spanning multiple IaaS providers including many hundreds of service instances and huge amounts of telemetry, routed and processed in real-time. Using containers and supporting technologies, the platform team have been able to successfully design, build and operate a live, globally-distributed, highly-available, secure service platform with only 4 engineers. Polystream has become a great proof point for what is achievable using modern, cloud-first approaches to platform engineering, requiring only a few engineers... and a few thousand containers. Scott is a technical architect specialising in cloud computing and distributed architecture. After a decade designing and building large scale, distributed systems for various different industries including defense, telecoms and games, Scott joined Polystream in 2016. In his previous role at Microsoft, where he led Lionhead’s Online Service team, he combined his profession with his passion for video games, and is now using his talent to design and run Polystream’s cloud computing/streaming platform as Platform Architect. Phil Estes (@estesp) - An insiders’ look at the Docker engine evolution from[masked] End users of the Docker platform may not be aware of the growth and evolution of the open source components that come together as the full Docker engine and platform of today. In this insider look at the evolution of the open source components on which the Docker engine is built, developers will get a view for how the project is built and delivered today. This will include discussion on components that have been spun out into other foundations and projects, like the Open Container Initiative (OCI) and Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Phil Estes is a distinguished engineer for IBM Cloud, and is a maintainer in the Docker/Moby engine project, the CNCF Containerd project and a member of the OCI's Technical Oversight Board (TOB). He actively maintains several open source projects and speaks regularly at conferences and meetups worldwide on container technology. Sponsors: Tecknuovo - www.tecknuovo.com – “If we’re doing it right, you’ll know us and trust us before you need us.” - Tecknuovo is a team of 18 eager and strangely unique individuals who aspire to change the face of recruitment. We are working together towards a shared goal to become market leaders in the DevOps, Cloud and Open Source space and we’ve made some solid waves so far. As a team we are a friendly bunch, committed to give back to the community and trying to stay on top of the ever changing technology landscape. You can find us at all the cool meetups in the London Meetup scene. Make sure to follow us @tecknuovo to find out where we are. Katacoda - www.katacoda.com Learn Docker, Kubernetes and Cloud Native applications using free interactive labs directly in your browser! Oracle Cloud - https://cloud.oracle.com Rancher - www.rancher.com

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