We are please to announce that a new team will be handling the Haschicorp Meetups in Madrid. We are very happy to invite you to our first event! Managing Infrastructure as Code with TERRAFORM.
Big thanks to Zooplus for letting us host our Meetup in their office and also for providing food and drinks!. You can find more information about them at https://jobs.zooplus.es/
In this new journey we would like to share with you how the experts work with Terraform. The latest version (v0.12) is a major update that includes dozens of improvements and features spanning the breadth and depth of Terraform's functionality. We will walk through some of the new updates and show the best practices and how it solves some of the daily challenges you may encounter.
During the event we will have the opportunity to interview our special guest, Jim Brikman, author of 'Terraform Up & Running' and 'Hello Startup'. Jim will share some of his lessons learned from writing 300k lines of infrastructure code. For us, it's a privilege having him via web conference. It's not easy to block his agenda. Massive thank you Jim!!!
Plan for the night is:
19:00 Registration and Networking
19:30 Welcome and Announcements
19:45 My Life with Terraform, Practical Use Case by Thomas Schneider & Marta Arcones
20:30 Interview with Jim Brikman
20:45 Audience Q&A
21:00 Networking & Refreshments
Thomas Schneider started in zooplus almost 10 years ago as a Java Developer and is now Technical Lead of IT Platforms. He helped the company scaling from monolithic applications on some static hand-crafted bare-metals to (micro-)services in 2000+ containers on a fully-automated devops platform. Loving devops culture and automation of all the things he tries to convince and help others to join the fun.
Marta Arcones works as a Devops Engineer at Zooplus since few years ago. She is passionate about cloud & automation practices and enjoys sharing and challenging her knowledge with others. She has been speaker in the past mostly about software design & quality practices.
Yevgeniy (Jim) Brikman loves programming, writing, speaking, traveling, and lifting heavy things. He is the co-founder of Gruntwork, a company that provides DevOps as a Service. He's also the author of two books published by O'Reilly Media: Hello, Startup and Terraform: Up & Running. Previously, he worked as a software engineer at LinkedIn, TripAdvisor, Cisco Systems, and Thomson Financial and got his BS and Masters at Cornell University
Luis Sánchez Hernández is a DevOps & Cloud Architect in PreyProject. He is responsible for achieving the demand and continous development of the entire technology team. Luis brings more than 10 years of experience in opensource technologies. Sysadmin by birth, growing developer.
Guillermo Ruiz is geek by nature. He spent years involved in the launch of new datacenters worlwide. Since 2011 is deeply involved in Cloud initiatives helping customers transition to the Cloud. As part of this journey, Automation is key for success. He is former co-founder of Datadope.io and has worked at Telefonica, CSC and Huawei. Currently doing Cloud stuff at Oracle.
The event will be held on Monday 14th October at Zooplus Offices, C/Génova 17, First Floor.
We look forward to seeing you at this amazing event!
HUG Mad Team