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This is a meetup group for anyone interested in learning more about or just curious about Prometheus, a fully open source monitoring and alerting system, and the second project admitted to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.

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Focusing on user happiness - Service Level Objectives in Google Cloud Monitoring

Title: Focusing on user happiness with Service Level Objectives in Google Cloud Monitoring Abstract: Service Level Objectives (SLOs) provide a customer-focused perspective on system reliability, including availability and performance. Join Yuri Grinshteyn from the Customer Engineering Reliability (CRE) team to learn about the fundamentals of SLOs and how to implement them for your Google Kubernetes Engine and Compute Engine workloads. Speaker bio: Yuri Grinshteyn is a Customer Reliability Engineer at Google Cloud in San Francisco. He works with GCP customers to help them design, architect, build, and operate reliable applications and services and advocates for SRE principles and practices. He occasionally writes code in Node.js, Python, and Go and likes to play video games on the train ride to work. Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85918067602

KUDO: Smooth Operator; and Dispatch: Orchestrating the Cloud-Native Pipeline

Zoom meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87627305740 KUDO - Ken Sipe ABSTRACT: Smooth Operator One of the challenges of orchestration tools such as Kubernetes is determining who works for who. It is easy to deploy a suite of applications into a cluster, but how do you manage the order and logic of provisioning, upgrading, or failure recovery? Is this left to humans manned with pagers? Operators was introduced a couple of years ago as the solution to this problem in the Kubernetes eco-system. This talk will walk through the basics of Kubernetes APIs and Customer Resource Definitions (CRDs) which underpins the required basic understanding. We will identify the solution that operators provide with a look at the early stage sdks and frameworks. We will then focus on Kubernetes Universal Declarative Operator (KUDO) which is intended to be a declarative approach for create a new operator. Attendees will leave with knowledge of how **smooth** building of a new operator can be. SPEAKER BIO: Ken Sipe is a Distributed Application Engineer at D2iQ working on the Orchestration team. Ken is a committer on the KUDO project, the universal Kubernetes operator. Ken is an author and award winning international speaker on the practices of software architecture and engineering and has been honored with JavaOne Rockstar Award. Ken is also an Apache Mesos contributor and an Apache committer on Marathon, Metronome, HDFS, Cassandra and Kafka Apache Mesos framework projects. Dispatch - Chris Mays ABSTRACT: Orchestrating the Cloud-Native Pipeline Chris will present about the upcoming Dispatch tool from D2iQ which allows to integrate CICD processes in the Kubernetes ecosystem, with the demo of the tool itself. SPEAKER BIO: Chris Mays is a Senior Sales Engineer for D2iQ, where he helps companies navigate their digital transformations, including container orchestration and data services. Chris comes to D2iQ from HERE Technologies where he implemented DC/OS and managed its operations team. Prior to being a manager, he leveraged Java, Spring Boot and Docker to build applications for the operations team as well as web interfaces for self service. Zoom meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87627305740 Related Links: https://d2iq.com/solutions/datasphere/kudo https://d2iq.com/blog/getting-started-with-kudo https://d2iq.com/solutions/ksphere/dispatch

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