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Cross-Cloud Connectivity - Running your workload in many Clouds
Abstract: Learn how to take a multi-cloud approach by running cloud workloads on multiple service providers (Ex. AWS, Azure, GCP, OpenStack, etc.) using a fully open sourced and secure VPN solution. To demonstrate this, Diego will deploy two Cassandra clusters running on top of Kubernetes, one on AWS and one on Azure, and securely connect them to form a ring topology. This solution can apply to various scenarios, such as offsite backup to different cloud service providers. About the speaker: Diego Casati is a Senior Software Engineer for Microsoft focusing on Kubernetes, Networking and Linux and BSDs. Prior to his current role at Microsoft, he spent over a decade working in the Telco and IT industries at various capacities, from Networking Engineering to Systems Engineering and Security Specialist. He is a strong proponent of free and open source solutions, advocating for the use of BSDs to connect all things. When not hacking on computers you can catch him spending time playing with his 1-year-old son. • What to bring • Important to know There will be a draw for a FREE Jetbrains license and our usual round the room networking after the presentation.

UBC Robson Square C550

800 Robson Street · Vancouver, BC

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    Come to meet people from the local software development industry. We'll share tips and stories and find out who's doing what in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. Make those network contacts that are so essential in our careers. Regular meetings open with a short technical presentation to kick off our discussions. Then, following Q&A and possibly a door prize draw, we have our round-the-room introductions and open networking. For the introductions we invite all participants to introduce themselves and to let us know what they'd like to talk with others about. This is when connections are made so think about what you would like to say beforehand, especially if speaking in front of a group seems difficult. Social meetings skip the presentation and round-the-room introductions and jump right in to open networking, possibly with a door prize draw. We often invite special guests such as recruiters and speakers so that you have a chance to meet them face-to-face. Of course our "network" is about more than just our meetings. Beyond our members' personal networks we have an opt-in mailing list plus our groups on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Yahoo! See our About Us page at for more details.

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