This month we have two great talks by Carl Caum from Puppet Labs and Mike Coleman from Docker!
6:30 - Welcome, networking, food and drinks thanks to Intel and Sumo Logic
7:00 - Carl Caum: Adopting Docker in today's IT
As IT teams plan to deploy Docker, they are often looking for the shortest path to get from where they are today to where they want to be with Docker. One challenge is getting the Docker runtime deployed on operating systems already approved by IT and part of existing deployment processes. Once the runtime is deployed, teams need to quickly start managing their container apps across the available cluster nodes. Finally, teams need a clear path to integrate Docker management technologies like Docker Universal Control Plane into existing change management and delivery processes.
This talk will cover:
Using configuration management tools to deploy the docker runtime, sync Docker images, and ensure containers are running where desired with the desired runtime configuration.
Using configuration management practices of identification, control, status accounting, and verification/audit to manage Docker infrastructure over time
Build Docker infrastructure change management processes leveraging infrastructure as code to enable continuous peer review, audit, and replication.
Carl Caum is a technical marketing manager at Puppet Labs with a background in systems administration, software development, and product management. He specializes in IT cultures with a focus on how tools can be leveraged to enforce cultural change in otherwise stagnant IT organizations to increase collaboration and job satisfaction. He tweets at @ccaum (https://twitter.com/ccaum).
7:45 - Mike Coleman: Docker 1.11 The First OCI compliant runtime
Docker recently announced the release of Docker 1.11 which is built upon runC and the Open Container Initiative. Mike is going to review the newest features of the Docker platform.
Mike Coleman is a Senior Technical Marketing Engineer at Docker. He tweets at @mikegcoleman (https://twitter.com/mikegcoleman).
8:30 - Wrap up and networking
Special thanks to Puppet Labs for space and Intel and Sumo Logic for food and drinks!