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Upcoming events (3)

Dev Jobs: Hiring Mixer at Splunk

San Francisco

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/september-dev-jobs-hiring-mixer-rails-react-node-js-dev-ops-tickets-71300239937 TICKETS ARE FREE BUT YOU MUST SIGN UP ON EVENTBRITE. This event was curated for talented Silicon Valley developers and entrepreneurs to discuss opportunities and connect. Our September meetup will be hosted at Splunk headquarters in San Francisco. You will also get a sneak peek of new features and capabilities of Splunk Investigate’s Beta and have a chance to ask questions and explore the software with members of the team. Here’s the run of show: 5:30 - 6:00 Pizza and Drinks 6:00 - 6:30 Splunk Investigate Presentation 6:30 - 7:00 Panel discussion 7:00 - 7:10 Startups Pitches 7:10 - 8:30 Networking/Mingling & Splunk Breakout Session led by Barbara Janczer (PM on Splunk Investigate team) The topic for the panel discussion will be announced in the following days. A message from our sponsor: Splunk is a software platform to search, analyze and visualize the machine-generated data gathered from websites, applications, IOT devices, and much more. We take data in its raw form and let you start asking questions. Say goodbye to long and expensive master data management projects and say hello to the fastest path from data to business actions. When a critical service or customer facing app goes down, SRE's and Developers are challenged with a myriad of tools (Slack, JIRA, ServiceNow tickets, taking screenshots of dashboards) they have to switch between in order to restore the service and ultimately determine what caused the outage in the first place. Splunk Investigate is a beta solution that provides a powerful investigate service across multiple data sources with a collaborative interface that allows you to run multiple searches, add text and import images and dashboards to a single interface. Find more here: https://www.splunk.com For those of you who can’t make it or want to see some of the companies in attendance, check out our free SF job board: https://www.develop.us/jobs You can also upload your resume to our CV Book: https://www.develop.us/cv-book Companies who’ve attended previous events include Lever, Uber, Lyft, GoPro, Salesforce, RealKey, HotelTonight, Drone Deploy, Scribd, ThredUP, GE, Razer, Adobe, App Dynamics, Symphony.com and many more. If you have any questions, email [masked]

DIY Bare-Metal Provisioning & Kubernetes in Production

Brightloom - San Francisco

IMPORTANT: You must register for this event here: http://bit.ly/2zqV3IN -- Jon Destoppeleire - Sr. DevOps Engineer @ Brightloom Talk: DIY Bare-Metal Provisioning Lessons learned from creating a DIY provisioning framework covering multiple physical locations; on a shoestring budget. How eatsa's (now Brightloom) stores and technology have evolved over time. Speaker Bio: VFX Pipeline Engineer who's transitioned into the world of Systems and DevOps. Currently maintaining the cloud and on-prem deployment infra at Brightloom after starting on store deployment and maintenance side. Raised as a third-culture-kid, and holding both American and French citizenship, Jon is a global nomad. His interests include travel, science, technology, outdoor adventuring, photography, and cooking. About the company: At Brightloom (formerly eatsa), we are working to revolutionize restaurants through innovative technology and design. We are disrupting an industry worth $900 billion globally with partnerships in North America, Asia, and soon other continents. Led by our CEO, industry veteran and former Starbucks and J.Crew executive Adam Brotman, our unique, world-class team combines software and hardware engineers, designers, and industry experts to push the boundaries on re-engineering every aspect of the restaurant experience. We believe any restaurant brand should be able to engage customers digitally using a seamless combination of mobile, omni-channel ordering and loyalty offerings. With key Starbucks technology components integrated into our platform, Brightloom will now allow any restaurant brand to create their own version of a world-class digital flywheel ecosystem. Brightloom's configurable technology suite combines convenience (digital ordering channels), personal connection (personalized marketing) and engagement (loyalty) for restaurant brands in today's new digital era. -- Garland Kan - ManagedKube CEO & Co-founder Talk: Kubernetes in production Interested in how Kubernetes can help you deploy, scale, and manage your application? Wondering why Kubernetes is so great and has grown so quickly since its launch in 2015? Need help running or converting your app on Kubernetes? Come learn that and more at evening talk with Q&A, Get Started with Kubernetes, with Garland Kan! Speaker Bio: Garland Kan is a DevOps software engineer that helps small to medium-sized start-ups run large-scale, reliable applications. He works with the entire development team architecting, designing, building, optimizing, and operating infrastructure in the cloud (AWS, Google Cloud, and Azure). -- Webb Brown - Kubecost CEO & Co-founder Talk: How to avoid overspending on Kubernetes After working with 100+ teams to implement cost monitoring solutions, we’ll talk about the top 5 ways we’ve seen teams overspend and share tools to help avoid these pitfalls Speaker Bio: Webb is a former Google PM where he led teams building monitoring & performance tools. Prior to that he gained a grad degree in finance from UChicago MBA and working in finance startups. About the company: Kubecost provides cost and capacity management solutions for Kubernetes, including chargeback offerings, to reduce spend and improve availability. -- Chris Baumbauer - Independent Consultant Talk: Tekton: Building in Kubernetes Light intro to Tekton, what it is, how it works and how to unlock it's power. Speaker Bio: Have touched a little bit of everything on the stack over the years. First cutting teeth on Grid Computing and bridging computational grids. Then worked at Sun Microsystems and later Oracle on the Solaris. More recently helping clients bridge their legacy infrastructure with newer technologies such as Kubernetes. -- IMPORTANT: You must register for this event here: http://bit.ly/2zqV3IN

25 Free OPEN Passes to API World

San Jose McEnery Convention Center

API World is coming up! The API World team has offered our group 25 free OPEN Passes and discounted PRO Passes to API World so our members can attend the event. To register, go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/api-world-2019-registration-56212967499?discount=MU958&utm_campaign=MU958&utm_source=meetup&utm_medium=post API World (Oct 8-10, San Jose Convention Center) is the world’s largest API & microservices conference & expo with tracks covering APIs, Microservices, Containers, Kubernetes, and more. Speakers include technical leaders from Box, eBay, Marriott, Intuit, US Bank, AWS, IBM, Capital One Bank, GitHub, Comcast, Lending Club, Microsoft, and 120+ more. Register by 11:59 PM on September 30 to get your free OPEN Pass or to SAVE $200 on your PRO Pass.

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