What we're about

This Meetup group will feature talks & workshops from across the stack.

Topics will include:

• Backend - Java, Scala, Spring, Spring Boot, Netflix OSS, etc. mainly JVM! , AI, IoT, ML

• Frontend - Angular, React, Vue

• Mobile (hybrid only) - Flutter, Native React, Ionic

• Infrastructure - Kubernetes, OpenShift, AWS, GCP, Azure, Docker, Secure DevOps

If you are expert or newbie please join! Share and learn...

Upcoming events (2)

Stakater - Instructor Led - Kubernetes Boot Camp (Online) October 2020

Get started with Kubernetes! Exclusive Training This is a limited-time FREE boot camp hosted by Stakater, facilitated by IBM & Red Hat. Time: 11:30 AM - 3:00 PM Swedish Time - CEST Application link: https://www.stakater.com/event-details/124284515331/?type=boot-camps (This event is to be conducted online, keeping in view the COVID-19 pandemic and the precautionary measures involving minimal travel and physical interaction. Stay safe everyone!) We're here with the October edition of our Instructor-Led Kubernetes Boot Camp as the overwhelming demand continues. To apply for a seat, please register on eventbrite using your work-email only, please read detailed application instructions at the bottom. Schedule (Swedish Time - CEST) 1130 hrs to 1200 hrs - Ice-Breaking & Networking 1200 hrs to 1330 hrs - Introduction to Kubernetes 1330 hrs to 1500 hrs - Hands on lab with Fika! (remote snacking) What we'll cover: Kubernetes environments are complex, and require significant expertise to operate in production. With a multitude of cloud architectures and vendors, and Kubernetes distributions and DevOps tools, the ecosystem is vast and one size does not fit all. Building the required skill set can be time-intensive, and developers without any Ops experience may be daunted by the orchestration platform. The Stakater Boot Camp provides developers a strong foundation on getting started with Kubernetes. You will not only get familiar with the concepts of Kubernetes, but also get a chance to practice the concepts hands-on with a production-grade microservices application. In the boot camp we will work with the following topics: Introduction to Kubernetes How Kubernetes compliments Containers Deployments in Kubernetes Exposing services in Kubernetes Managing Configuration Scaling & updating Application Health Checks Persistent Storage Application Logs RBAC & Security Hands-on lab with an e-commerce app on IBM Cloud Please note: Submitting interest does not confirm a seat for the boot camp. Your application will move through an intricate yet swift evaluation process after which the selected applicants making a spot will receive an email invite to the event, after which they will need to confirm attendance via email. Joining information shall be shared via email. Application criteria: Please make use of your work email address to register, failing to do so may result in automatic disqualification. Please ascertain whether you are already working on or are soon expecting to begin working on a Kubernetes or Docker project. After confirming your spot please ensure attendance. The event access link and password will be shared with you individually - Please do not share the meeting credentials with anyone. Only RSVP-ing to the event will not guarantee an admission. Please make sure to apply from the above link (https://www.stakater.com/event-details/124284515331/?type=boot-camps). See you there!

Enento - Monolith to Microservices with Quarkus, CRW, Tekton & ArgoCD on SRO

Accelerating Monolith to Microservices transformation with Quarkus, CRW, Tekton & ArgoCD on SRO (Stakater Red Hat OpenShift) Access & Registration:- https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/16163/446546 When:- November 25th 2020 at 1230 hrs Sweden Time Companies undertake the journey to migrate their monolithic system to microservices to increase the new features while lowering the cost of these changes. In this webinar we will discuss how Enento (UC AB) accelerated this journey, using Stakater RedHat OpenShift (SRO). With SRO, Stakater delivered an OpenShift platform ready for Day 2 DevOps. For the application runtime, the team used Quarkus, the Kubernetes Native Java stack, enabling a low footprint for their application as well as lightning fast scale up capabilities. We will look at how Red Hat Code Ready Workspaces provided the development team a consistent, secure, and zero-configuration development environment, using kubernetes and containers. This unleashed developer productivity, and gave way to rapid experimentation and quick feedback for new features under development. Kubernetes-native CI/CD was implemented with Tekton and ArgoCD, leveraging Kubernetes best practices for deployment patterns and GitOps workflows. This further saved developer time and effort that would otherwise have been spent on development of pipelines. Speakers:- Eero Arvonen - Solution Architect & Platform Owner @ Enento Tero Ahonen - Principal Solutions Architect @ RedHat Rasheed Amir - Tech Lead @ Stakater AB

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