We've all heard the words but what do they mean? Join us for for our first meetup of the year, with wisdoms from Sana Oshika (Hapara) and Don Smith (Dev Academy) talking about the two biggest containerisation technologies out there - Docker and Kubernetes!
5.45 - 6.15: Networking and pizza
6.15 - 6.20: Welcome and intro the sponsors
6.20 - 6.40: Don - Docker[masked] - 7.10: Sana - Kubernetes Intro
7.10 - 7.30: Q&A
7.30 - 7.45: Networking
--- Don Talk Topic ---
We're going to begin this evenings festivities with a discussion of Docker. Docker is an evolution on virtualisation technology that you may be familiar with in the area of virtual machines, a technology that in my opinion has revolutionised computing as we know it. Docker now represents a prominent role in application infrastructure, where our applications run in their various environments, and is supported by all of the major cloud providers. Historically it has been difficult to maintain our applications across various environments because of their, sometimes subtle, differences. Docker's promise is to reconcile these differences by allowing us to use the exact same environment across development, staging and production - and it really delivers. Tonight we will talk about the Docker fundamentals and some ways we can use it as developers and technologists. This talk will change the way you use your computer.
--- Sana Talk Topic ---
Introduction to Kubernetes
What is Kubernetes, and why is it useful? What does using it entail? What on earth is a pod or a controller or a service? If you find Kubernetes to be a world of confusing DevOps jargon, come to this session to find out what exactly Kubernetes is, and how it can be used as a platform for your projects.
A massive thanks to our sponsor for this event:
Xero for venue and catering!
This meetup will be hosted in Xero's brand new Rewired space. Come up to Level 2 and follow the signs into the space.
NOTE: There is another meetup happening at Xero at the same time in a different space. Please follow signs for JuniorDev!
For free parking, park on side streets near the Rose Garden, otherwise short term paid street parking is available around the building.
Remember to respect our Code of Conduct during all JuniorDev interactions. This is a safe and inclusive space for everyone! Have a read of it here: https://www.meetup.com/JuniorDev-Auckland/pages/25923163/Code_of_Conduct/