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AtlantaPHP is the Southeast's premier PHP community. We are dedicated to building up the PHP community, providing networking opportunities, and developing the skills of our members.

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Website: http://atlantaphp.org/
Discussion Forum & Jobs: http://groups.google.com/group/atlantaphp
Twitter: http://twitter.com/atlantaphp
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Upcoming events (1)

AtlantaPHP September 2019 Meeting


PRESENTATION: Taking The Helm: Diving Into Kubernetes For LAMP Stacks Presentation by Chris Forrence, Lead Software Engineer, OxBlue By themselves, containers offer benefits for making sure a development environment represents a production environment, but that doesn’t necessarily translate back into having a replicable production environment that can scale up. That’s where container orchestration technology shines, such as the open-source Kubernetes. In today's talk, we'll be doing an overview of Kubernetes, why it may be a good solution for your use-case (or not), and we'll go through the steps to spin up a Kubernetes cluster that'd be an alternative to a typical LAMP setup! About Chris: Chris Forrence, a Lead Software Engineer at OxBlue, has worked for eight years as a full-stack software engineer, starting in Java and transitioning to PHP in 2012. When he's not at work, he might be maintaining his container garden, spending time with his two cats, or live-coding on Twitch! Follow Chris on Twitter at https://twitter.com/chrisforrence. New Meeting Feature: Open Spaces! We're going to continue with a new discussion format among attendees. Please come with some questions or discussion topics in mind. The group will vote on suggestions and we'll cover things, based on interest, in a rotating panel style. Come share your expertise! Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/N2F52DZs9Cs (parking deck entrance, 600 building is due north of the deck) SPECIAL NOTE: There will be a Braves game on this night, so there will be people monitoring the parking deck entrances. You will need to say you are coming to a meeting at ShootProof to be allowed to park (and also mention it to building security, as always.) It is best to arrive no later than 7pm. Food provided by AtlantaPHP.

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