Past Meetup

1) Deploying Kong w/ Mesosphere DC/OS & 2) Monitoring Microservices on DC/OS

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Please be sure to RSVP HERE to secure your seat! (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/1-deploying-kong-w-mesosphere-dcos-2-monitoring-microservices-on-dcos-tickets-38435265915?aff=kong)

For this meetup the Bay Area Mesos meetup & the Kong/SF meetup are excited to bring you two great talks from three speakers! Cooper Marcus, Principal Product Manager, & Shashi Ranjan, Sr. Engineer of Kong will be presenting on how to deploy Kong with Mesosphere DC/OS package and Philip Norman, Software Engineer at Mesosphere will discuss how to monitor microservices on DC/OS.

Agenda

6:00pm | Check-in, Meet & Greet , Grab Food & Drinks

6:30pm | Deploying Kong w/ Mesosphere DC/OS Package

7:30pm | Monitoring Microservices on DC/OS

8:00pm | Q&A

* We will have food and drinks, and live demos. This is a great opportunity to learn about the latest developments in these open source API projects, and connect with other API enthusiasts.

1) Cooper Marcus & Shashi Ranjan - Deploying Kong with Mesosphere DC/OS Package

In this talk, Cooper and Shashi will go in depth on the Kong Mesosphere DC/OS integration and how it enables developers to deploy Kong on a Mesosphere DC/OS cluster to simplify operations and achieve higher resource utilization.

2) Philip Norman - Monitoring Microservices with Mesosphere DC/OS

Microservices represent a huge leap forward in flexibility, agility, and scalability. But they also presents some challenges. Monitoring and debugging the way microservices interact in a constantly-changing environment is one. In this talk, we’ll discuss the difficulties of monitoring a containerized workload, and demonstrate some techniques and tools for overcoming them.

Must RSVP here to secure your seat! (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/1-deploying-kong-w-mesosphere-dcos-2-monitoring-microservices-on-dcos-tickets-38435265915?aff=kong)

About Kong

Kong (http://getkong.org/) is designed to sit in front of highly performant APIs and microservices to protect, extend and orchestrate distributed systems. With over 12,000 stars on Github and 4 million plus downloads, Kong is the most popular open-source API gateway and microservices management layer.