• Getting started with Kubernetes for Users feat. Docker for Desktop

    THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE RSVP USING THIS LINK https://events.docker.com/events/details/docker-portland-presents-getting-started-with-kubernetes-for-users-feat-docker-for-desktop Join us for a two and a half hour workshop where you'll learn about Kubernetes, how to create and manage Kubernetes workloads, get a practical introduction to YAML, and gain experience using Kubernetes on your laptop with Docker for Desktop. This free workshop is ideal for people familiar with Docker who are looking to take their first steps into Kubernetes. So if your team is starting to use Kubernetes, or you're considering how Kubernetes might fit in your stack come on out and get your hands dirty! This events sponsor: HealthSparq (https://healthsparq.com/) HealthSparq is all about helping people make smarter health care choices. How do we do it? By offering the most relevant, personalized and timely data possible and offering it to consumers when they need it. With over 70 health plan clients that reach over 72 million people, HealthSparq is uniquely positioned to help people make better sense of their health care. Agenda 6:30 pm: Check-In & Meet our Sponsor 6:45 pm: Workshop --- Hosted By Tricia Radcliffe, Community Leader Jeff Nickoloff, Community Leader Jeff Littlejohn, Docker, Inc. kelly.hubbell, Docker, Inc. --- THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE RSVP USING THIS LINK https://events.docker.com/events/details/docker-portland-presents-getting-started-with-kubernetes-for-users-feat-docker-for-desktop

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  • August: Network Security and Artifact Publishing Pipelines

    This month we have two talks and dedicated time for moderated discussion: Title: Our Systems are Still Too Flexible: Trustable Application Delivery and Execution - by Jeff Nickoloff from Topple Lets walk through a typical application delivery pipeline and execution environments. Along the way we'll catalog all the that things we have to get right in order for the system to behave the way we want, and in doing so learn how they can be broken for nefarious purposes. We'll talk about confidentiality and integrity, and about the secrets and patterns we can employ to make sure things work the way we intend. Title: What's a Cat Doing in my Cluster? - by Spike Curtis from Tigera.io You've spun up Kubernetes in your DockerEE cluster, but what are all these new components? Where's Libnetwork? What is this cute Calico cat doing here? I just turned on this "network policy thing" and now nothing is talking - What is going on? In about 15 minutes, I will explain Kubernetes networking basics, how it works in DockerEE, what network policy is and what you can use it for, a real-world use-case from the front lines of containerized network security, and even who that insufferably cute kitten is, and what it's doing in your cluster.

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  • Docker OSCON Meetup

    Puppet

    Agenda 6:00 pm: Networking and food/drink 6:30 pm: Kubernetes past, present and future with Brendan Burns 7:30 pm: Legacy, Monoliths, and Microservices: Transformation Challenges in Transforming Familiar Challenges with Jeff Nickoloff 8:30 pm: Socialize Kubernetes past, present and future Barely four years ago Kubernetes was only a handful of commits, and only three years ago, it turned 1.0 at OSCON in Portland. In this talk I'll talk about the origins of Kubernetes, where we are now and where we are going now that Kubernetes is a ubiquitous commodity in the public cloud. Spoiler alert: There's a lot more work to do... Bio Brendan Burns is a co-founder of the Kubernetes open source project and a Distinguished Engineer at Microsoft Azure where he focuses on containers, Kubernetes and DevOps. He has a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts and a BA in Computer Science and Studio Art from Williams College.

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  • Brendan Burns, co-founder of Kubernetes, discussing "Kubernetes past, present an

    THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE FINISH YOUR RSVP IN THE LINK BELOW https://events.docker.com/events/details/docker-portland-presents-brendan-burns-co-founder-of-kubernetes-discussing-kubernetes-past-present-and-future Kubernetes past, present and future. Barely four years ago Kubernetes was only a handful of commits, and only three years ago, it turned 1.0 at OSCON in Portland. In this talk I'll talk about the origins of Kubernetes, where we are now and where we are going now that Kubernetes is a ubiquitous commodity in the public cloud. Spoiler alert: There's a lot more work to do... Brendan Burns Bio Brendan Burns is a co-founder of the Kubernetes open source project and a Distinguished Engineer at Microsoft Azure where he focuses on containers, Kubernetes and DevOps. He has a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts and a BA in Computer Science and Studio Art from Williams College. Agenda 6:00 pm: Networking and food/drink 6:30 pm: Kubernetes past, present and future with Brendan Burns 7:30 pm: Legacy, Monoliths, and Microservices: Transformation Challenges in Transforming Familiar Challenges with Jeff Nickoloff 8:30 pm: Socialize --- Hosted By Tricia Radcliffe, Community Leader Jeff Nickoloff, Community Leader Tiffany Jernigan, Community Leader Jeff Littlejohn, Docker, Inc. kelly.hubbell, Docker, Inc. --- THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE FINISH YOUR RSVP IN THE LINK BELOW https://events.docker.com/events/details/docker-portland-presents-brendan-burns-co-founder-of-kubernetes-discussing-kubernetes-past-present-and-future

  • DockerCon Recap and Docker EE 2.0 with Integrated Kubernetes

    RSVP HERE: https://events.docker.com/events/details/docker-portland-presents-dockercon-recap-and-docker-ee-20-with-integrated-kubernetes#/ Didn't make it Dockercon 18? No worries, just stop by the June Docker Meetup and your local Docker Captains will catch you up to the latest DockerCon news. Monday, June 25 - Puppet Labs Office 6-8pm Agenda: 6:00 - 6:15 - Arrivals/Pizza/Refreshments 6:15 pm - 6:45 - DockerCon Recap - Jeff Nickoloff, Docker Captain 6:45 - 7:45 - Docker EE 2.0 with Integrated Kubernetes Presentation: Aaron Rueth - Solutions Engineer Docker Demo of multiple scenarios: John Harris - Solutions Architect, Docker 7:45 - 8:00 Mingle / Refreshments

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  • DockerCon Recap and Docker EE 2.0 with Integrated Kubernetes

    THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE FINISH YOUR RSVP IN THE LINK BELOW https://events.docker.com/events/details/docker-portland-presents-dockercon-recap-and-docker-ee-20-with-integrated-kubernetes Didn't make it Dockercon 18? No worries, just stop by the June Docker Meetup and your local Docker Captains will catch you up to the latest DockerCon news. Monday, June 25 - Puppet Labs Office 6-8pm Agenda 6:00 pm: Arrive/ Food/ Refreshments 6:15 pm: DockerCon Recap - Jeff Nickoloff, Docker Captain 6:45 pm: Docker EE 2.0 with Integrated Kubernetes Presentation: Aaron Rueth - Solutions Engineer Docker Demo of multiple scenarios: John Harris - Solutions Architect, Docker 7:45 pm: Mingle/ Refreshments 8:00 pm: End --- Speakers Jeff Nickoloff - All in Geek Consulting Services, LLC (Docker Captain) Jeff Nickoloff owns All in Geek Consulting. He and his team provide: custom software development; Docker, containerization, and microservice consulting; and various engineering training services. Aaron Rueth - Docker, Inc. (Senior Solutions Engineer) Aaron is a Senior Solutions Engineer at Docker, Inc. John Harris - Docker, Inc. (Solutions Architect) Brit in the US. DevOps, Continuous Delivery, Containers, Go. Hosted By Tricia Radcliffe, Community Leader Jeff Nickoloff, Community Leader Jeff Littlejohn, Docker, Inc. kelly.hubbell, Docker, Inc. --- Partner AppDynamics (https://www.appdynamics.com/) AppDynamics is a application performance management (APM) and IT operations analytics (ITOA) company based in San Francisco. The company focuses on managing the performance and availability of applications across cloud computing environments as well as inside the data center. --- THIS IS A FREE EVENT - PLEASE FINISH YOUR RSVP IN THE LINK BELOW https://events.docker.com/events/details/docker-portland-presents-dockercon-recap-and-docker-ee-20-with-integrated-kubernetes

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  • Habitat - Automation that travels with your applications

    One of the dreams of development is to build a software package once, then be able to deploy it anywhere. Come to this talk to learn how to create software packages that run (almost) anywhere. You will see how the same application can be run on bare metal, on a VM, or in a container - with everything needed to automate that application already built into the package itself. This even works with a mixed infrastructure - metal for your static compute heavy loads, vms for your persistent data stores, and ephemeral short lived containers for your applications managed by Kubernetes or other container scheduling services. Agenda: 6:00 - Welcome, networking, and food 6:30 - Julian Dunn - "Habitat" Come to this talk to learn how to build and deploy Habitat packages with the intelligence to self organize into topologies, no central orchestrator needed. Learn how the dream of platform agnostic and self organizing packages is fulfilled today and where it will evolve in the future.

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  • Docker Lab: Managing Multi-OS Workloads with Docker Swarm

    Carl Caum will be presenting on Lumogon and container introspection. Mike Coleman will be hosting a Docker Lab: "Managing Multi-OS Application Workloads with Docker Swarm" This is a hands on lab building a multi-os swarm cluster w/ Windows and Ubuntu. We will deploy a combination of Windows and Linux applications using Swarm and Docker Data Center. Schedule: 6:00 - Welcome, Network, Food, Docker 101 Are you new to Docker? We will try to squeeze some time for Docker 101 and get you ready for the lab 6:30 - Carl Caum - Lumogon and container introspection 7:15 - Mike Coleman - Docker Lab: "Managing Multi-OS Application Workloads with Docker Swarm" 8:30 - Wrap Up Thanks to our sponsors Puppet and AppDynamic

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  • DockerCon News and Windows Containers at NewRelic

    Didn't travel to Austin to attend Dockercon 17? No worries, just stop by the April Docker Meetup and Mike Coleman from Docker will catch you up to the latest DockerCon news. Steve Lasker from Microsoft will present the lift and shift of .NET FX apps into Windows containers, and modernizing with .NET Core on nano server with Visual Studio. Agenda: 6:00 - Welcome, networking, and food 6:30 - Mike Coleman - "DockerCon Recap" Mike is responsible for creating technical content to help customers come up to speed on Docker and its related components. Prior to joining Docker this summer he spent about 15 months at Puppet Labs working in product management. And, before all that he spent time at VMware, Microsoft, Intel, and HP in both product management / marketing as well as IT engineering. Outside of work Mike enjoys riding his motorcycles around Oregon's backroads, spending time with his wife and kids, and supporting the Portland Timbers (that's a soccer team). You can find him on Twitter as @mikegcoleman. 7:45 - Steve Lasker - "Lift & Shift .NET FX apps into Windows Containers, Modernize with .NET Core, all within Visual Studio" Abstract: Visual Studio 2017 supports migrating .NET FX apps into Windows Containers enabling developers, and ops, to migrate those existing and heritage apps into modern workflows and deployments. We’ll also demo the .NET Core with Windows Server Nano tooling that will be soon released. With Visual Studio 2017, developers can now use the tools their used to, while staying true to the docker experience. Come see how you can develop and debug your apps in Windows Containers and share your experience with the Azure Developer Experience team. Presented by: Steve Lasker Microsoft Program Manager Azure Developer Experiences 8:30 - Wrap up and networking Special thanks to New Relic for providing the space and food

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