Now that the summer is behind us we're back full speed with a very promising event, hosted and sponsored by Stylight (http://engineering.stylight.com)
For this event we'll have the following agenda:
- 6:00: doors open
- 6:00-7:00: food, refreshments and networking.
- 7:00-7:45: Nils Magnus: Docker-Security
- 7:45-8:00: Break
- 8:00-8:45: Roland Tritsch: Docker-izing the SMACK stack @ Nitro
This meetup will be recorded and live-streamed (at the discretion of the speakers).
Make sure to join Stylight Tech Event (http://meetup.com/Stylight-Tech-Events) to find out more about all the meetup organized and hosted by Stylight.
Docker-Security by Nils Magnus
The popular container virtualization has arrived on many developer desks and is now approaching more and more production environments. However, many ops teams are concerned about the security impact of containers.
This talk examines the security features of Docker, introduces the technology behind it and thus allows participants to assess whether Docker corresponds to their individual requirements. Furthermore, it presents a series of best practices that users should implement Docker to increase their security performance.
Docker-izing the SMACK stack @ Nitro by Roland Tritsch
SMACK (Spark, Mesos, Akka, Casandra, Kafka) is the stack we use at Nitro to get our machine learning and our research done. Initially the requirement is that the researchers can and need to iterate fast. When we productize the research it needs to scale.
Let’s talk about the Docker- and Mesos-based, “reactive” infrastructure platform you need to get this
done. Maybe, if the demo gods are with us, we can even dare to show the platform in action.
Roland Tritsch is a Infrastructure/DevOps Engineer and a builder and a breaker of things. He works for Nitro in Ireland and is responsible to build and run the Infrastructure Platform for Nitro's next-generation SaaS solution. He likes computer science and believes that computers and software can help to make this place a better place. When he is not building or running or fixing or breaking things, he is on his recumbent.
Nils Magnus is a system architect and journalist. He has a 15+ year track record in security management and engineering as well as cloud infrastructure based on Open Source. He believes in sustainable data center solutions and cooperative, agile development methods. In his role as an
organizer at LinuxTag Association and the German Unix Users Group, he organizes for more than 15 years conferences and workshops on these topics. Nils Magnus lives in Munich and Berlin.
if you happen to be in Berlin next week, make sure to check the Distributed Matters Conference (https://2015.distributed-matters.org/ber/), there will be quite a few talks and workshops about Docker, Mesos and microservices.