Here we are again for November's meetup, this time talking about postmortems and... 🥁wait for it... 🥁Kubernetes.
ATTENTION: both talks are going to be in Spanish.
💀Postmortems at Flywire by Omar López & Andoni Alonso
At Flywire, we have been using blameless postmortem technique for more than 3 years. During that time we have modified, evolved and adapted the process to our company needs. Today postmortems at Flywire are a tool that help us to improve the understanding of our systems, train the oncall team, be transparent with the stakeholders about what happened during an incident, improve our procedures during oncall/fire situations and dig into the root causes of the incidents taking actions over them to fix them and avoid future similar incidents. We want to share which are the principles of blameless postmortem, how we apply them at Flywire and how to start to apply them into your company.
👭Non-trusted shared Kubertes at K8Spin by Ángel Barrera (SIGHUP) and Pau Rosello (Giant Swarm)
K8Spin offers in SaaS format Kubernetes Namespaces. What does this mean? We open to everyone the possibility of having a space within a common Kubernetes cluster. Is kubernetes ready for this? Are the typical tools of the Kubernetes ecosystem prepared?
We will see the current possibilities and the POCs that we are carrying out in K8Spin.
The event is going to take place at Google Campus, VMWare helped us to make it happen and they are giving us food & beverage 👏🏽Also, we need to thank Autentia because they still rock and they are recording this event as well.