⎈ Kubecon San Diego Recap, OPA+Calico, CNCF year in recap & + ⎈

Kubernetes and Cloud Native Ottawa
Kubernetes and Cloud Native Ottawa
Public group

Shopify

150 Elgin St · Ottawa, ON

How to find us

Cody’s is on the 6th floor, use the elevators closest to Elgin street.

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Details

🎉⎈Kubecon San Diego Recap. OPA+Calico. CNCF year in recap and more !!!⎈🎉

PLEASE REGISTER HERE:
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/cncf-ottawa-kubecon-recap-cloud-native-year-in-recap-and-more-tickets-82533948261

We are happy to be back and organizing the last CNCF event of 2019! Come join us and get news about KubeCon or share your experience if you went. Learn about the latest news in CNCF, Kubernetes 1.16 & 1.17, Istio 1.3 and 1.4, Helm 3. As usual, we are trying to get great speakers from around the world and will be happy to have users speaking at our Meetup too.
If you want to share your story, submit your CFP here: https://www.papercall.io/cncf-ottawa

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💼Agenda:💼
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18:00 - 18:15 Registration
18:15 - 18:45 Kubecon Recap, CNCF, Kubernetes, Helm, Istio year in recap!
18:45 - 19:30 Kubernetes Security with Calico and Open Policy Agent by Wes MacDonald and Eric Leonard @Microsoft
19:30 - 20.15 Moving from Legacy Infrastructure to the Cloud in a Government Organization - Chris Carty, City Of Ottawa

🙏 Big thanks to Shopify for hosting us.

📖Details:📖

Kubernetes Security with Calico and Open Policy Agent
Wes MacDonald and Eric Leonard DevPMM at Microsoft
Twitter: @wesmacdonald

A look into some of the security considerations you will encounter within your organization when discussing networking and governance policies in Kubernetes. We’ll look at examples with Calico and Open Policy Agent as well as discussing container runtime security at a high level.

Moving from Legacy Infrastructure to the Cloud in a Government Organization
Senior Systems Developer/Integrator, @City Of Ottawa
Twitter: @macintoshPrime

Cloud native tech isn’t just for start-ups. But, if you’re in a government organization looking to go cloud native, you can expect to face extra challenges. How can you select the best tools that will work with the processes you already have? What new skills are needed? How do you train staff? How to get anyone to actually use the framework once it’s in place? How to even start?

The City of Ottawa (yes the capital of Canada) was an organization that started applying DevOps practices just a few years ago. It now has a Kubernetes platform with fully automated CICD pipelines being used by multiple teams and growing. Using The City as a case study, we will examine the common issues faced by government organizations and how The City developed workable solutions on its cloud native journey.