Welcome back to the DockerNYC Meetup!
For our upcoming meetup, we'll be working with Iron.io (http://iron.io) and Sumo Logic (http://sumologic.com), with hosting generously provided by Cisco (http://cisco.com).
You'll be able to find us up on the 9th floor at 1 Penn Plaza. To gain entry you'll need to RSVP with your FULL NAME in order to get past security.
Along with bringing in some great speakers, Sumo Logic and Iron.io will also be sponsoring food and drinks for the event. Thank you!
We're excited to have everyone back, and look forward to meeting some new members, as we recently passed the 2400 member mark.
Talks start at 7pm
# Iron.io (http://iron.io)
"Microcontainers - tiny, portable Docker containers"
Docker images can be really big if you use a base image like Ubuntu because they include everything, but the kitchen sink. Your applications don’t need most of the stuff that’s inside those images. I’ll show you how to build really small images, Microcontainers, by starting with nothing and only adding what your application needs to run. Microcontainers contain only the OS libraries and language dependencies required to run an application and the application itself. Nothing more.
Travis Reeder (@treeder)
Travis is CTO/co-founder of Iron.io, heading up the architecture and engineering efforts. He has 15+ years of experience developing high-throughput web applications and cloud services. Prior to co-founding Iron.io, Travis founded ecommStats Web Analytics and SideStripe, both involving processing high volumes of continual streaming data, and has led development teams at Siebel and db4objects. His past experience naturally drew him to cloud infrastructure as it is a natural fit for building scalable applications. Travis holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and is an expert and leading speaker, writer, and proponent of Go language. He is an organizer of SF Ruby on Rails Group and GoSF, the largest GoLang group in the world.
# Sumo Logic (http://sumologic.com)
"Logging in Docker"
There are many different and totally valid ways to get logs and statistics out of Docker. Options are great, but we have concluded that the ultimate goal should be a solution that doesn’t require users to have in-depth knowledge about all the things that are available for monitoring and the various methods to get to them. Instead, we’re looking for something that just pulls all the monitoring data out of the containers and Docker daemons with minimal user effort. We like to think of this as “a comprehensive solution”. In this presentation we will cover on what we think goes into this comprehensive solution and how you can use it.
Hermann Hesse, Manager - Sales Engineering
With 20+ years of building out and managing infrastructure for various organizations small and global, Hermann is now Manager, Sales Engineering east coast for Sumo Logic, where he has helped grow the number of customers from less than ten to over 200. Before joining Sumo Logic in 2013, Hermann led the deployment of large scale automation and monitoring solutions at BMC. Hermann’s earlier tenure as V.P. of TechOps at Li & Fung provided him with a wealth of experience deploying large-scale infrastructure. Hermann holds an M.B.A. from SUNY Buffalo. He is a mentor at Harlem Academy and serves on the steering committee of iChallengeMyself, a non-profit helping young teens discover their personal strengths through cycling.
** Note: If your username on meetup doesn't reflect the name on your government identification card OR you didn't provide your full name when RSVP'ing - You will not be allowed entry into the building. The RSVP list is provided to security the morning of the event, this is building policy.