• Infracoders Melbourne July

    REA Group

    Please join us to talk about infrastructure as code. REA Group have kindly offered to host the meetup and will supply food and beverages. We usually have 2 technical talks per meetup. Talk #1 Sam Bailey Observability 101 - Moving beyond monitoring * Just what does "Observability / o11y" mean? * Differences from previous testing & monitoring practices * The value: what's in it for me? Talk #2 Mujtaba Hussain Engineering mistakes: Context and lessons During the course of working for and being in charge of a diverse range of products, I have made many mistakes. In this talk I hope to talk about some of them and the context in which they were made and what I learnt from them. If you'd like to speak please contact Matt and David with a presentation topic, one paragraph description and estimate of the time you'll need. Please note attendees will need to sign-in at reception at the REA office providing name, phone and email contact information. This will not be used for marketing purposes! (As always, please update your RSVP as your availability changes. All venues have space restrictions for the safety and comfort of Infracoders.) Please contact Matt (@geekle) or David (@dlutzy) if you'd like to present a future topic relevant to the group or host a meetup at your office.

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  • Infracoders Melbourne May

    Amazon Office

    Please join us to talk about infrastructure as code. Amazon Web Services have kindly offered to host the meetup and will supply food and beverages. We usually have 2 technical talks per meetup. Talk #1 Lupco Trpeski - How to onboard a team of new developers within an enterprise environment to get developers functional from day one using services from AWS Cloud 9, Docker and ECS / EKS services. Talk #2 Trent Hornibrook - War stories from Cloud Migrations Talk #3 Samual Annis-Brown - "Behind Unicorn Rentals - AWS Game Days are a gamified way to learn about AWS products. * Why AWS runs game days * How AWS designs and runs game days * Some tips for other companies running their own game days" If you'd like to present please contact Matt or David with a talk topic, one paragraph description and estimate of the time you'll need. (As always, please update your RSVP as your availability changes. All venues have space constrictions for safety and comfort of Infracoders. Please note the organisers will provide a list of attendees to Amazon Security to allow access to the Amazon offices.) Please contact Matt (@geekle) or David (@dlutzy) if you'd like to present a topic relevant to the group or host a meetup at your office.

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  • Infracoders Melbourne April Meetup

    DigIO

    Please join us to talk about infrastructure as code. DigIO have kindly offered to host the meetup and will supply food and beverages. We usually have 2 technical talks per meetup. Talk #1 John Contad - A Year Of Running Kubernetes at MYOB, And The Importance Of Empathy. Talk #2 Glen Maddern - Frontend Application Bundles: The Docker of Frontend. If you'd like to present please contact Matt or David with a talk topic, one paragraph description and estimate of the time you'll need. (As always, please update your RSVP as your availability changes. All venues have space constrictions for safety and comfort of Infracoders.) Please contact Matt (@geekle) or David (@dlutzy) if you'd like to present a topic relevant to the group or host a meetup at your office.

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  • Infracoders Melbourne February

    The Cluster (Level 20)

    Please join us to talk about infrastructure as code. Vibrato have kindly offered to host the meetup and will supply food and beverages. ** For access after 6pm, please call[masked] ** We usually have 2 technical talks per meetup. Talk #1 Carl Javier - Securing your secrets inside your Infrastructure CICD pipelines and applications. Lets talk about managing secrets in your application deployments and cloud environments. Talk #2 Lupco Trpeski - Learn about how National Australia bank is implementing OpenBanking on AWS with Cloud Formation, API Gateway, Lambda & DynamoDB with native Cloud Formation Macro Functions & Swagger. And Get rich by creating your own OpenBanking applications and integrating with the Big4 banks for customer data. (As always, please update your RSVP as your availability changes. All venues have space constrictions for safety and comfort of Infracoders) Please contact Matt (@geekle) or David (@dlutzy) if you'd like to present a topic relevant to the group or host a meetup at your office.

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  • Infracoders December Meetup

    Beer DeLuxe

    This month will be more of a social affair, with no scheduled talks. We'll take the time over a few cold beverages to reflect the year that was.

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  • Infracoders Melbourne November

    ME Bank

    Please join us to talk about infrastructure as code. ME Bank have kindly offered to host the meetup and will supply food and beverages. We usually have 2 technical talks per meetup. Talk #1 Alex Bukharov - Managing CloudFormation at scale Deployments in AWS are always fun, but when they grow bigger you may start looking for some orchestration scenarios. Here in Innablr we’ve been on a long journey managing Cloudformation deployments and along the way faced numerous challenges and made a few design decisions. I will happily share this experience with you. Talk #2 Corey Quinn https://twitter.com/QuinnyPig - ""Don't You Know Who I Am?!" The Danger of Celebrity in Tech" Thought Leaders. DevOps Heroes. Public Speakers. We listen to them as they talk about their solutions, their approaches, and their inevitable triumphs. But are we starting down a dark path, as we forget that 'what makes a great talk' and 'what makes sense for your environment' may not be the same thing? If you have a topic you want to present next meetup please get in touch. (As always, please update your RSVP as your availability changes. All venues have space constrictions for safety and comfort of Infracoders) Please contact Matt (@geekle) or David (@dlutzy) if you'd like to present a topic relevant to the group or host a meetup at your office.

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  • Infracoders Melbourne October

    The Cluster (Level 20)

    Please join us to talk about infrastructure as code. Innablr have kindly offered to host the meetup and will supply food and beverages. We usually have 2 technical talks per meetup. Talk #1 Logan Han - Machine Learning Driven Home Security Talk #2 Kevin Collas-Arundell - Kubernetes at LiFX If you have a topic you want to present please get in touch. (As always, please update your RSVP as your availability changes. All venues have space constrictions for safety and comfort of Infracoders) Please contact Matt (@geekle) or David (@dlutzy) if you'd like to present a topic relevant to the group or host a meetup at your office.

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  • Infracoders Melbourne August

    DigIO

    Please join us to talk about infrastructure as code. DigIO have kindly offered to host the meetup and will supply food and beverages. We usually have 2 technical talks per meetup. Please check back a week or so before the meetup to see who's volunteered to speak. Sometimes we have 3! Talk #1 Rob N - Fastmail https://twitter.com/robn/ - Consul Consul is a distributed data store with a bunch of useful tools built on top to help with service management and discovery within a datacentre. I’ll tell you a bit about the basics of the data store, the service catalog, health check and KV store facilities built on top of it, some of the tools you can use with it and some of things we built on top of it. Talk #2 Charles Korn https://github.com/charleskorn/ Local build and testing environments as code: because life's too short not to. The value of defining our production infrastructure as code is unquestionable, but in 2018 we still struggle with our local build and testing environments. Too often new team members' first experience on a new project is a few days working out which tools they need to install, and another few days of then discovering the magic combination of tool versions that will happily coexist and the configuration required to make them behave as we'd like. Furthermore, as the application evolves and changes over time, maintaining and updating this environment across all developers' machines and CI agents can be incredibly painful. And that's before we even think about integration and journey testing, where we'd like to quickly and reliably spin up external dependencies like databases and other services in a known state to test against. There is a better way! Imagine being able to run your builds and tests quickly, consistently and completely automatically everywhere - on your machine, your colleagues' machines and on CI - and to be up and running in just a few minutes without the overhead of virtual machines, thanks to the power of Docker. And all this without fiddling around with Docker Compose YAML files or shell scripts. Well imagine no more... building that better way has been a project of mine for over a year now, and we've been using it day-to-day for months. I'd love to share it and the ideas behind it with you and show you how you can start using it today. (You can get a sneak peek at https://github.com/charleskorn/batect­) Talk #3 Peter Hall https://twitter.com/peterkh Is No-Ops the future of DevOps? With an increasing number of good SaaS options for development and operations tooling; combined with FaaS architecture that requires almost no infrastructure when run in a public cloud setting, where does this leave the Ops in DevOps? This talk will look at the changing landscape for systems engineering and how I predict how both the role of Developers and Operations will continue to evolve. If you have a topic you want to present please get in touch. (As always, please update your RSVP as your avaliablity changes. All venues have space constrictions for safety and comfort of Infracoders) Please contact Matt (@geekle) or David (@dlutzy) if you'd like to present a topic relevant to the group or host a meetup at your office.

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  • Infracoders May Meetup

    Kumulos

    Please join us to talk about infrastructure as code. Mesosphere have kindly offered to host the meetup and will supply food and beverages. TALK 1 ------- Florian Leibert - "Innovate or get disrupted" Florian (Co-founder and CEO, Mesosphere) will talk through open-source innovations and the evolution of container platforms and his time in 2010 at Twitter and later at AirBnb where Apache Mesos was deployed first. He will also give a talk on his leadership thoughts on Kubernetes and Marathon and were the world is heading with distributed systems. Prior to founding Mesosphere, Florian helped create critical infrastructure for performing Big Data analytics and search services at very large scale as an engineering lead early at Twitter. After Twitter, he joined Airbnb to build the data infrastructure team during the company's rapid growth phase. TALK 2 ------- TBC ------- (As always, please update your RSVP as your avaliablity changes. All venues have space constrictions for safety and comfort of Infracoders) Please contact Matt (@geekle) or David (@dlutzy) if you'd like to present a topic relevant to the group or host a meetup at your office.

  • Infracoders April Meetup

    Sportsbet

    Please join us to talk about infrastructure as code. Sportsbet have kindly offered to host the meetup and will supply food and beverages. We usually have two technical talks. ------- Steve Mactaggart - Jenkins as Code: An intro to deploying an autoscaling Jenkins ECS cluster using code all the way down. Steve will work through provisioning Jenkins on AWS ECS from a set of Docker containers that allows individuals to self service an immutable infrastructure approach. The talk looks at the 3 levels that make up this setup, Infrastructure automation, Application automation and Job configuration automation. All of which are done in a code-first way. Karel Malbroukou - How do we build our pipelines at Blockchain Tech Karel will address how they: * Build independently from the CI tool * Build in a way that each step is testable locally * Utilising containers for build dependencies ------- (As always, please update your RSVP as your avaliablity changes. All venues have space constrictions for safety and comfort of Infracoders) Please contact Matt (@geekle) or David (@dlutzy) if you'd like to present a topic relevant to the group or host a meetup at your office.

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