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Join Us in Rotterdam Register here: https://info.mesosphere.com/19-09-05-FE-Rotterdam-Managing-Kubernetes-At-Scale-Registration.html To remain competitive in today's fast-paced, digital world, your business needs to adopt technologies that enable you to innovate and scale. Kubernetes is quickly becoming the choice solution for teams looking to deliver modern, data-driven applications while decreasing cost and optimizing resources. However, learning and managing Kubernetes can be a challenge. Mesosphere offers complimentary training that helps you get up and running on Kubernetes with simple installation, scaling, and management of the platform--on any infrastructure. This course is a great primer for all levels and covers everything you need for implementation and beyond. In this hands-on workshop, we will cover how operations can architect a Kubernetes solution with all of its surrounding tooling, while managing all components on an ongoing basis. This session will also cover the use cases and best practices for Kubernetes management. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN: An introduction to Kubernetes Architecture of Kubernetes and its required tooling and dependencies Best practices for operations to deliver Kubernetes across your organization Hands-on installation and day-two management of the Kubernetes cluster such as scaling up and upgrading Expose a Kubernetes Application using a Service Type Load Balancer (L4) or an Ingress (L7) Leverage persistent storage using Portworx and CSI Configure Helm and deploy Istio Deploy an application on Istio WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Tech Professionals IT Managers, Developers Managers, Operators, DevOps LOCATION: Lunatech Labs Baan 74, 3011 CD Rotterdam AGENDA: 9:45 am - Check-in, meet the crew 10:00 am - Introduction to Containers, Kubernetes, and Cloud Native Landscape 10:45 am - Preparing the deployment on your laptop 11:00 am - Installing, scaling and upgrading Kubernetes with DC/OS 12:30 pm - Lunch 1:30 pm - Expose a Kubernetes Application using a Service Type Load Balancer (L4) and an Ingress (L7) 2:30 pm - Leverage persistent storage using Portworx and CSI 3:00 pm - Configure Helm and deploy Istio 3:30 pm - Deploy an application on Istio 3:45 pm - Final Q&A 4:00 pm - Wrap up
Hey everyone! Join us for the first meetup after the holidays at Sanoma / NU.nl. This meetup is organized together with N-Able Cloud consultancy & training. Remember to only RSVP if you're actually going to show up. Program: * 18.00 - Doors open with some food and drinks * 18.55 - Welcome by Kristiaan van Drie (Head of IT News & Pure Digital at Sanoma) *[masked] - "Why is Sanoma using Kubernetes, experiences and lessons learned" by Tibo Beijen (DevOps guy/Lead developer/Agile architect at NU.nl) * 19.45 Break *[masked] - "Shattering worlds in a good way, from Docker to Kubernetes within an international leads company" by Ruben Visser (Cloud Native & Kubernetes Trainer, DevOps Architect at N-Able Cloud Consultancy en Training) * 21.00 Drinks & community meet The last few meetups we've been asking the community to share their kubernetes failure stories with the group. If you have a story to share (lightning talk format), please reach out to the organisers on the kubernetes slack #nl-users. Speaker bio's: Tibo Beijen - DevOps guy, Lead developer, Agile architect @NU.nl Tibo Beijen is an IT professional with over 15 years of experience, having worked in both small and large(ish) companies. Since the NU.nl infrastructure has moved to AWS about 5 years ago, his focus has shifted to all that can be considered 'DevOps'. Since 2 years he has been using Kubernetes, being both inspired by the possibilities it offers, and amazed by the speed at which it progresses. Ruben Visser - Cloud Native trainer & devops architect @ N-Able Having been an IT: Consultant, Developer, Engineer and Entrepreneur for 25 year Ruben has seen and done a lot. In his last venture he build, sold and managed an autonomous, self sustaining container network solution for 6 years. Until he learned about Kubernetes. Jumping ship he started N-Able, where he now teaches and speaks about Kubernetes, Cloud Native and consults clients in introducing and using Kubernetes for their company IT and Services.
Helm Summit is coming to Amsterdam and we have a discount code for all members of the Dutch Kubernetes Meetup. Sign up here: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/helm-summit-2019/register/ with code HELM19G20 Join us for the first ever Helm Summit EU to be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands on September 11-12! Helm Summit is an opportunity for new and existing users and contributors to the Helm community to come together to share stories, best practices, and Helm puns. We’ll talk about what Helm is and how you can use it to package, deploy and manage your application in Kubernetes. This summit is beginner-friendly. It’s also an excellent venue to meet and speak to contributors of the project. You’ll also learn lots about the next major version release of Helm (Helm 3.0.0) and even tips and tricks around migrating to the next version if you’re already running Helm 2.x. Day 1 will discuss all things Helm with a wide range of in-depth talks from community members and maintainers alike. Day 2 will focus on tutorials, working sessions and small group discussions. We hope to see you there!
Here it is! THE very first community-led, CNCF-supported, grassroot event completely dedicated to Kubernetes and Cloud Native technologies. It will be a day full of learning, sharing and meeting other amazing humans from the Dutch community and beyond. Be part of the first of many (yes, we are here to stay!) Kubernetes day happening in our beautiful (and hopefully, sunny) Amsterdam. We have an amazing line up, a great array of very helpful sponsors and some soon-to be announced great keynote speakers. More info: https://cloudnative.amsterdam Grab your ticket here: https://cloudnative.amsterdam/#tickets Thanks to all the sponsors (so far): Gold: Microsoft/Rancher/Container Solutions/Lightbend/ABN-AMRO Lanyrd: Tergos Coffee: Sentia