Building blocks of Knative & Running databases on K8s

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Hi Kubernauts,

Our next Meetup in München will take place on 9th April @inovex.

Agenda:
6:30pm - Welcome
7:00 pm - Johannes Scheuermann & Hendrik Still
7:30 pm - Denis Rosa
8:00 pm - Food, drinks & networking

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Johannes Scheuermann, inovex

"Building blocks of Knative"

Knative is a fairly new Open Source project that extends Kubernetes for serverless workloads. Knative was started by Google and some other big companies like SAP and Pivotal. In this talk Johannes and Hendrik will guide you through the three building blocks of Knative,
build, serving and eventing. Furthermore, we will show you how you can use each block independent and how to put them together to build a serverless platform or make the life of your developers easier.

About Johannes:
Johannes Scheuermann has been working as a Cloud Platform Engineer at inovex since 2014. His daily work involves innovative technologies and topics all around the modern data center environment, like Kubernetes, immutable infrastructure and – quite obviously – cloud platforms. Amongst other things Johannes supported the construction of the waipu.tv platform for EXARING and multiple big Kubernetes platforms for 1&1 Internet (web.de, GMX etc.) in a leading role.

About Hendrik:
Hendrik Still is an Application Developer at inovex since 2014.
He develops and engineers application services. Besides, he loves building deployment pipelines to allow fast development cycles and deploy to production with confidents. His preferred deployment target for his Microservices is a well-managed Kubernetes cluster.

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Denis Rosa, Couchbase

"Running databases on kubernetes"

The talk overs storages types in k8s and a really nice demo that I presented at Qcon last week.

The demo basically Shows how to deploy both your application and database on k8s and then I start killing pods to show how the how system recover automatically (even the database)

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See you there.