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We’re excited to invite you to join our first virtual meetup in Hebrew!
Join us on Tuesday, May 26th, 11AM with a cup of coffee, as we talk all about DevOps.
Take part in this virtual discussion about cloud native development and Kubernetes best practices, alongside our DevOps experts. We’ve also got a fun DevOps Kahoot game planned, with our famous JFrog t-shirts. See the full agenda below.
Meetup Venue: Online
Please remember to RSVP and register under the Tulula link if you plan to attend
11:00 - 11:15 Welcome!
11:15 - 12:00 The Haunted Cluster - The Mystery of the Hybrid Kubernetes Cloud, by Baruch, Head of DevOps Advocacy @JFrog and Batel, Enterprise Solution Lead @JFrog
12:00 - 12:45 Building Your Cloud Native CI/CD Strategy, by Anton Weiss, Software Delivery Futuris @Otomato
12:45 - 13:00 Q&A and Networking
13:00 - 13:30 Kahoot DevOps Trivia Game!
About the talks
[The Haunted Cluster - The Mystery of the Hybrid Kubernetes Cloud]
Life is complicated. And Kubernetes is a great example for that… Kubernetes is difficult - and while it may be providing K8s experts with solid job security, it also makes our lives exceptionally complicated when things go wrong. For example, think about a Kubernetes application which works on one provider but not on another. You may say that this shouldn’t happen, isn’t Kubernetes the same wherever you run it in? And yet, it does.
In this talk, we’ll embark on a mystery-solving journey to figure out how to go about troubleshooting and untangling some of those weird, pesky Kubernetes inconsistencies and (even more importantly) what we can do to make sure we always have the right applications deployed to the right environments.
[Building Your Cloud Native CI/CD Strategy]
Continuous Delivery - especially for complex Cloud Native systems with multiple customers and deployments is still a challenging goal. Even more so with numerous options and tools at our disposal. Do we use hosted or on-prem solutions? Do we opt for simplicity or flexibility? Is vendor lock-in a real threat? Is it time to go all in on GitOps? What kind of security guardrails are needed?
Let’s discuss how to build our CI/CD strategy and how to continuously adapt it to the changing industry landscape in order to answer these and other difficult questions.
Looking forward to seeing you all there!
The JFrog Team