What we're about

DevOps Malayalm is an open community of DevOps/SRE/DevSecOps professionals. Majority of the members are from Kerala, India who speak Malayalam. Non-malayalam speaking professionals can also join as we conduct sessions in English occasionally.

We are a community, thriving to create a pool of new age techies in the emerging IT industry. Our goal is focused on learning, relearning, upskilling and knowledge sharing on topics related to DevOps/SRE/DevSecOps.

What do we do?

1. Conduct regular technical sessions and hands-on workshops in Malayalam/English on clubhouse/gmeet/msteams
2. Collect blogs from the members which will be published on our website after review

We are present in major social media platforms where our members share technical knowledge, clear technical doubts, help job seekers etc.. We are planning physical training sessions and community events and the details will be updated here.

Who should join?

DevOps practioners, aspirants from other IT domains, Freshers, Students can join. Please note that majority of our members can speak/understand the Malayalam language but we conduct sessions in English occasionally

Why should you join?

We believe in the power of group learning. Benefits of joining this group include but not limited to:

Listen to amazing talks of DevOps maestros and share your knowledge during the sessions

Participate in free hands-on workshops conducted by industry experts and corporate trainers on video conferencing platforms

Collaborate with people having different DevOps skillsets on social media platforms

Upcoming events (1)

Unlock the power of eBPF for advanced observability |Ashmil Hussain |DM

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Hi, DevOps Enthusiasts,

We are excited to host the next session on Unlock the power of eBPF for advanced observability on 08-Feb-2023 @ 8 PM

The sessions will be conducted on Google meet in Malayalam

  • Pre-requisite :- Basic knowledge of Observability

## The advantages of eBPF

eBPF is typically used to trace user-space processes, and its advantages shine here. It’s a safe and useful method to ensure:

  • Speed and performance. eBPF can move packet processing from the kernel-space and into the user-space. Likewise, eBPF is a just-in-time (JIT) compiler. After the bytecode is compiled, eBPF is invoked rather than a new interpretation of the bytecode for every method.
  • Low intrusiveness. When leveraged as a debugger, eBPF doesn’t need to stop a program to observe its state.
  • Security. Programs are effectively sandboxed, meaning kernel source code remains protected and unchanged. The verification step ensures that resources don’t get choked up with programs that run infinite loops.
  • Convenience. It’s less work to create code that hooks kernel functions than it is to build and maintain kernel modules.
  • Unified tracing. eBPF gives you a single, powerful, and accessible framework for tracing processes. This increases visibility and security.
  • Programmability. Using eBPF helps increase the feature-richness of an environment without adding additional layers. Likewise, since code is run directly in the kernel, it’s possible to store data between eBPF events instead of dumping it like other tracers do.
  • Expressiveness. eBPF is expressive, capable of performing functions usually only found in high-level languages.

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Past events (10)

Knative-Zero to Hero|By Basil Varghese |DevOps Malayalam|

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