- Introducing Amazon EKS - Arun Gupta
A prolific blogger, author of several books, an avid runner, a globe trotter, a Docker Captain, a Java Champion, a JUG leader and a NetBeans Dream Team member. Arun is in Stockholm for Jfokus and together with the JVM Meetup group we are happy to invite you all to a session at the HiQ office! Arun will give a talk about Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS). It is a new managed service for running Kubernetes on AWS. This session will provide an overview of Amazon EKS, why they built it, and how it works. Doors open at 17:30 and food will be served at this time.
- Docker for Java Developers & Se7en Deployment Sins
This meeting will be hosted by Jfokus (http://www.jfokus.se/) at Stockholm Waterfront Congress Centre in central Stockholm. The meetup will be in room C1 on level 2. Food and drinks will be available for everyone. After the meetup you are welcome to join the ongoing conference party. 18:30 Doors open and mingle 19:00 First talk! ~22:00 After the talks we will be able to join the Jfokus mingle at the same venue. Speakers Andrey Adamovich (https://twitter.com/aestasit), Aestas/IT @aestasit (https://twitter.com/aestasit) Docker container logging with ELK The number of containers running in production is growing. A container zoo can be very hard to debug and analyze. In this demonstration, let's explore how to collect logs/metrics from Docker Host and Docker Containers with the help of Elastic Beats, ElasticSearch and Kibana. Philipp Krenn (https://twitter.com/xeraa), Elastic @xeraa (https://twitter.com/xeraa) Se7en Deadly Deployment Sins Do you have something to confess? Or are you still in denial — knowing that you're doing something wrong, but you cannot say for sure what it is? In this talk, we'll go through our development and deployment sins and how to avoid them. This will cover both good practices, like integration tests, but also things that are currently riding high on the cargo-cult train, such as microservices and container. Thus we will take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly side of current software trends. The goal of this talk is to make you think — there are no silver bullets — but also to entertain.
- Workshop: Hands-on with containers in Windows Server 2016
In this session you’ll learn about the container technology built natively into Windows Server 2016 and how you can reuse your knowledge, skills and tools from Docker on Linux. This session will be a mix of presentations, giving you an overview of the technology, and hands-on experiences, so make sure to bring your laptop. About Nick Nick Trogh is a senior technical evangelist at Microsoft Belux where he’s helping developers, startups and software companies realize their software dreams on the Microsoft platform. You can find him presenting about cloud, mobile, web and game development at Microsoft and non-Microsoft events or online on his blog or Twitter. Before joining Microsoft, Nick has been working as a software architect at different IT consulting firms, covering a wide range of Microsoft and non-Microsoft technologies and platforms.
- Day of Containers Pre Conference Meetup
Since there are so many cool speakers coming to town for Day of Containers ( http://www.code-conf.com/doc-sthlm-2016/ ) on August 25th we thought it would be great to have a pre-conference Meetup. There will be talks from people at Mesosphere, CloudBees and Google so you don’t want to miss this one. Swedish cloud provider Elastx (http://elastx.se/en) will be hosting the meetup at their venue at Vasagatan 7, right next to Stockholm Central. Doors open at 17:30 and the first talk will start at 18:00. Talk 1: From pets to cattle to flock-of-birds: why, in the future, you'll less often need to ssh into a server Speaker: Michael Hausenblas, Distributed Systems Jester, Mesosphere Inc. Abstract: Physical servers are so 2000 and so are VMs. Containers? Well, then you're already living the dream! But there's something just around the corner and you might have already heard about it: the new serverless compute offerings such as AWS Lambda or Azure Functions are the new new kids on the block. In this talk we will see what they bring to the table for you in an appops role, do a system teardown of a simple implementation on DC/OS and looking into advantages and limitations of serverless computing. Talk 2: A Guided Tour Around Docker 1.12 Series Speaker: Viktor Farcic, Docker Captain & Senior Consultant, CloudBees Abstract: Docker just published a new Docker Engine v1.12. It is the most significant release since v1.9. Back then, we got Docker networking that, finally, made containers ready for use in clusters. With v1.12, Docker is reinventing itself with a whole new approach to cluster orchestration. Say goodbye to Swarm as a separate container that depends on an external data registry and welcome the new Docker Swarm. Everything you’ll need to manage your cluster is now incorporated into Docker Engine. Swarm is there. Service discovery is there. Improved networking is there. We'll take a a deep dive into the 1.12 Docker series and take a look at what its all about. Talk 3: Scheduling Container with Kubernetes Speaker: Kelsey Hightower, Evangelist at Google Abstract: This talk will take a deep dive into Kubernetes scheduling and show you how to build a custom scheduler that can place workloads based on your rules. ____________________________________________________________________ CALL FOR WORKSHOPS (for the Day of Containers conference the day after this meetup) The Day of Containers conference ( http://www.code-conf.com/doc-sthlm-2016/ ) on August 25th (the day after this meetup) is much more than the usual procession of presentations and papers where everyone sits still… If you have something interesting to share about Docker and would like to in run a workshop we want to hear from you! Please send a mail to ah[at]praqma.net to discuss your thoughts. For more info on Day Of Containers; http://www.code-conf.com/doc-sthlm-2016/
- DockerCon 2016 Recap - Breakfast Meetup
Christian Jacobsen from Jayway (https://www.jayway.com/) will be attending DockerCon this year and wants to share what he learns and what's new in Docker 1.12 with all of you. Doors opens at 7:30 AM and breakfast will be served. Welcome!
- Keeping up with the Docker Platform
At this meetup we take a look at the Docker platform and ecosystem. The fine folks at Praqma host this meetup with venue, food & drinks. The doors open at 18.00 and we start with presentations at 18.30. The line-up for the evening: Keeping up with the Docker Platform Jérôme Petazzoni, Docker We are proud to having Jérôme Petazzoni himself visiting Stockholm. Jérôme will talk about and demo the various parts of the Docker platform and all its recent changes and additions. Creating a Application Launch Platform with Docker and Mesos Thomas Anagrius, Trifork Thomas Anagrius will take us through Trifork's work for Cisco, creating a Mesos Launch Framework for their MicroServices infrastructure. Surprise included! ;-)
- Docker Birthday #3 Celebration + Training
Hey! Join us in celebrating the Docker Project’s 3rd birthday! To warmly welcome newcomers into Docker community, we will provide Docker training to show how you can build, ship, and run a distributed application with ease thanks to the Docker platform. Are you an advanced user? No problem! We strongly encourage Docker users of all skill levels to attend! We need a network of mentors who understand the Docker platform to answer any questions that newcomers may have. Click here (https://community.docker.com/entities/4939/registrations) to sign up as a mentor. Agenda: 17:45 - Doors Open 18:00 - Welcome message, quick introduction to Docker & snacks 18:30 to 20:30 - Learning Docker with Birthday App 20:30 to 21:30 - Begin working on hands-on labs 21:30 - Cake and Socializing As we get closer to the event, we will share more information including materials on how to prepare for the training. CU then!
- Docker Stockholm Meetup #7
It's high time to meet up, share experiences with Docker and discuss the latest and greatest in Dockerland. Projectplace is kind enough to host this meetup with venue, food & drinks. The doors open at 17.30 and we start with presentations at 18.00. We are proud to have a full-packed line-up for the evening: Molnet: SVT's internal PaaS A talk about our experience of building and running an internal Platform as a Service. - Anton Lindström, SVTi Continuous Delivery Pipeline with Docker and Jenkins - Camilo Ribeiro, Klarna Machinery: Cluster management at the command-line Machinery tries to be the missing piece at the top of the Docker pyramid. Machinery is (mostly) a command-line tool that integrates Machine, Swarm, Compose and Docker itself to manage the lifecycle of entire clusters. Machinery combines a specifically crafted YAML format with compose-compatible files to provide an at-a-glance view and control of whole clusters and all of their containers. - Emmanuel Frécon Transformation from windows to docker, with zero downtime. Projectplace will share their success story about migrating from windows to docker without the need of a service maintenance window, and how docker and continuous delivery had a key role in its success. - Stefan Wold, Projectplace
- Real-world Docker
Let's meet and share our experiences from real-world production deployments with Docker. HiQ is kind enough to host this meetup with venue, food & drinks. Doors open at 17.45 and we start with presentations at 18.15. We already have an exciting line-up for the night. If you want to contribute as well get in touch with us! Continuous Delivery with Docker A pragmatic approach to incorporate Docker as the core delivery mechanism and helping us to realise our goal with multiple releases per week at the Swedish Pensions Agency. - Andreas Folkesson, Object Republic och Mikael Sennerholm, Avega Group Docker containers on Elastx, the Swedish based cloud hosting provider Elastx will share their experience working with Docker on their public cloud platforms. - Joakim Öhman, CTO, Elastx AB Docker Networking with Weave A short introduction on how to create a virtual network that connects Docker containers deployed across multiple hosts with Weave. - Matthias Grüter, Transmode