Past Meetup

A DevOps Guide To Kubernetes with Paul Czarkowski & What's New in PCF 2.0

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Pivotal Office

140 Robinson Rd, Singapore 068907, #16-00 · Singapore

How to find us

Look out for the building that has Plain Vanilla and says The Working Capitol

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• What we'll do
We have an exciting line for you at the upcoming Cloud Foundry Meetup. We managed to fly in Paul Czarkowski from San Francisco to come and talk about Kubernetes and the relevant interests and concerns that DevOps practitioners need to note. You’ll leave this talk with a solid understanding of the fundamentals of Kubernetes, how it could fit into your DevOps toolchest, and sense of whether you should use it or not.

Our second speaker flew to SpringOne Platform where they announced the new Pivotal Cloud Foundry 2.0, so Jay Lee will recap and present the latest features of PCF 2.0

6.45pm Let's have some Pizza
7.15pm Welcome & Announcements
7.20pm What's New In PCF 2.0 By Jay Lee
8.00pm A DevOps Guide To Kubernetes By Paul Czarkowski
9.00pm Networking and close

• Topics

What's New In PCF 2.0 By Jay Lee
Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) version 2.0 sees a significant expansion of the platform. This talk will cover all the new updates and features that you should be aware of.

A DevOps Guide To Kubernetes
The talk will give an overview of the components that make up Kubernetes and how they work together to form a platform for scheduling and scaling containers. Paul will then run through the various resources that Kubernetes make available to the user and how they can be composed together to deploy scalable and robust applications, not only for “cloud native” app but also for existing apps, even the dread legacy apps. He will also show how it fits in with the existing ecosystem of tools and practices that you’re likely already be using.

• Speakers

Paul Czarkowski
Paul Czarkowski (@pczarkowski) is a recovering Systems Administrator who has run infrastructure for longer than he cares to admit. After cutting his teeth in the ISP and Gaming industries Paul changed his focus to using (and contributing to) Open Source Software to improve the Operability of complex distributed systems such as Kubernetes and OpenStack. Oh and he makes the best Queso in Texas.

Article Written By Paul Czarkowshi
The Past, Present, and Future of Infrastructure and Application Deployment

Jay Lee
Jay is a software Engineer specialized in Java and Middleware. Regular speaker at Java events and is also a part-time lecturer of JVM internal and performance tuning. As an Enterprise Architect and Cloud expert, he has supported large customers on building massive transaction system based on Java and Oracle Middleware. Jay is also passionate about Spring and speaks at SpringOne Platform in San Francisco.