• How do I troubleshoot my app with distributed tracing?

    Microsoft Reactor

    Speakers: 1) Bahubali (Bill) Shetti @shetti - Director of Developer Advocacy for VMware Cloud Services 2) Sushant Dewan @sushantdewan Engineering Manager on Wavefront by VMware Schedule: 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm - Guest check-in and networking (drinks & appetizers) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm - Presentation w/Demo 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm - More Networking Abstract: There are many options for tracing, and various different architectures to implement. Understanding how to interpret and use the tracing data to optimize the application is not well understood by many. In this meetup we will show how to: -Get a full end to end view of your application (service graphs) -Troubleshoot an end to end trace for a specific user on the app -Analyze tracing with metrics (such as request rates, error rates, and duration metrics) -Understand how to analyze errors in the app shown in tracing output For a polygot based application running on Azure. We’ll use a standard off the shelf tracing tool (Wavefront) and show how to achieve this. About the speakers: 1) Bahubali (Bill) Shetti @shetti - Director of Public Cloud Solutions for VMware Cloud Services . Bahubali leads a team of Cloud Architects evangelizing and developing solutions for improving public cloud operations (AWS/Azure/GCP). Bahubali was part of the initial team that developed and launched VMware Cloud Services. Previous to VMware, was various Cloud Startups. More at https://cloudjourney.io/team/bahubali_shetti/ 2) Sushant Dewan @sushantdewan is an Engineering Manager and is leading the Observability Platform team at Wavefront by VMware. His team is chartered to build a true Observability Platform comprised of metrics, histograms and distributed tracing for the microservices architecture. Before joining Wavefront, he has worked on several challenging software problems at VMware, McAfee, Dell-EMC, and Accenture.

  • Kubernetes in Production | Spotinst | Kong mTLS

    Microsoft Reactor

    **IMPORTANT: You must register here to have a confirmed ticket for the event: https://www.skipcard.com/events/5d24daacc8107e0004c2854d?utm_medium=meetup&utm_source=sf-DevOps --- The DevOps Exchange is an opportunity to exchange some of the latest ideas and technologies for running online services through 2-3 short presentations by invited speakers, and a chance to chat it after over drinks/snacks with new friends. The event features three talks: 1. ManagedKube CEO & Co-founder on "Kubernetes in Production" 2. Spotinst Founder & CEO on "Serverless Containers" 3. Kong on "Mutual TLS with Kong: Secure your services at scale" ---- Details: Garland Kan - ManagedKube CEO & Co-founder Title: 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! About the speaker: 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). --- Amiram Shachar - Spotinst Founder & CEO Title: "Serverless Containers" - Nodeless Kubernetes & Vertical Pod Autoscaling Serverless Containers or "Nodeless" Kubernetes, is the future of Containers infrastructure. Matching and scaling the right infrastructure to ever-changing micro-services deployments is a challenge. In this talk, we will review the evolution of Containers Auto Scaling in Kubernetes both Horizontal and Vertical, discuss the trade-offs, and introduce a new approach to deploy Serverless Containers in a "Nodeless" cluster. No Infrastructure or VM to manage, just Containers that can self-optimize. The session includes a live demo of Ocean. About Spotinst: Spotinst offers a SaaS optimization platform that enables companies of all sizes, major cost reduction and availability across all cloud providers. Spotinst optimizes your infrastructure for performance, availability and the lowest cost. --- Datong Sun - Systems Engineer at Kong's Core Team. OpenResty project core maintainer. Datong will talk about Mutual TLS authentication, use cases, pros/cons and best practice while deploying mutual TLS secured infrastructure. Datong will also showcase the mutual TLS support that has recently been introduced in Kong 1.3. --- Important: You must register here to have a confirmed ticket for the event: https://www.skipcard.com/events/5d24daacc8107e0004c2854d?utm_medium=meetup&utm_source=sf-DevOps

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  • Silicon Valley Tech Career Fair

    santa clara convention center

    REGISTER (<= CLICK here to register) It's FREE. REGISTRATION is required. Full details to RSVP here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/silicon-valley-tech-career-fair-free-tickets-58594653185 2,000+ job seekers & 200+ companies are expected to attend. Do not miss out on this opportunity. - Registration is FREE for both job seekers & companies. - Learn your best matches for FREE. - Receive emails directly from your matches for the job openings for FREE. - Attend, connect and network for FREE. - Booths are available too and are provided on booking. True Group Inc. is organizing THE LARGEST CAREER FAIR in Silicon Valley in collaboration with CSPA & SIPA. Silicon Valley Tech Career Fair connects all types of tech companies (including AI, Blockchain, IoT, Hardware, Robotics, AR/VR, EdTech, HealthCare, Cloud Computing, Big Data) with Silicon Valley job seekers, graduates and students. This is a great opportunity to interact with the companies (and their founders, HR teams, managers) in person, discuss what its like to work at their company, learn about their open job positions and apply for exciting positions.

  • Silicon Valley Open Demo Day

    ZGC Capital Corporation

    Note: Please make sure to read full details: REGISTRATION is required. RSVP is not REGISTRATION. REGISTER below https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfmCIBP7h0Dvf0yrkyJoB_-JxB6WBk6_khcixzFGDuLuIcBOg/viewform (<= REGISTER to attend for FREE; then BUY TICKET, if want to participate in the contest) Upon REGISTERING, you'll be prompted to BUY A TICKET to participate. To just attend, no need to buy a ticket. Inviting all kinds of startups to participate and showcase their products and solutions and demo their products, to an audience of Bay area professionals and investors. The Event will showcase the top 5 who will be selected from the competition. The top 5 will be shortlisted from the entries by a Judging panel of VC and Experts in the field. Each startup gets 15 minutes to talk about themselves and give demo. This event is being conducted by Indo-American Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Z-park Santa Clara, IACC, CSPA, SIPA, SVCA & AAPM.

  • Dev Jobs: Hiring Mixer and State of Salaries at Hired

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/state-of-salaries-sf-b2b-workshop-tickets-62210826256 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 learn more about the 2019 State of Salaries Report. Our July meetup will be hosted at Hired in San Francisco. Workshop Agenda 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM - Arrivals + Networking. There will also be 1:1 coaching sessions for early arrivals. 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM - Workshop 8:00 PM - 8:30 PM - Company Hiring Pitches & Networking The workshop will be led by Hired’s Talent Success Managers Lexi McGlade and Leslie Creighton. We’ll cover how to know the value of your skills and experience based off of key factors, understanding the tradeoff with equity, and how to factor in benefits and perks. 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 A message from our sponsor: Hired matches tech talent with the world’s most innovative companies – with 10,000+ companies that apply to you. Hired combines intelligent job matching with unbiased career counseling like DevOps combines software development and information technology operations. All to help you find a job you love. Interested in finding your dream job? Create your Hired profile today: https://hired.com/join/?utm_source=event&utm_medium=partner&utm_campaign=(b2c)(sf)(r-all)(devjobs) Companies who’ve attended previous events include Lever, Uber, Lyft, GoPro, Crunchyroll, Salesforce, RealKey, HotelTonight, Drone Deploy, Scribd, ThredUP, GE, Razer, Adobe, App Dynamics, Symphony.com and many more. If you have any questions, email [masked]

  • Distributed Tracing with OpenTracing: What, Why and How?

    Distributed Tracing with OpenTracing: What, Why and How? Speakers: 1) Bahubali (Bill) Shetti @shetti - Director of Developer Advocacy for VMware Cloud Services 2) Shri Upadhye @iShrivatsa - Cloud Advocate at VMWare focused on Cloud Security and Cloud Native applications. Schedule: 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm - Guest check-in and networking (drinks & appetizers) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm - Presentation w/Demo 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm - More Networking Abstract: As microservices architecture becomes the default choice for greenfield applications, more and more are deploying container application with K8S and specifically on managed services like Azure's AKS. Beyond the myriad of deployment options, the more complex part of applications in K8S are: 1) properly monitoring; 2) collecting logs; and 3) analyzing application traces. These are the key tenants of observability. In particular, tracing is complex because its not as simple as adding an agent but requires instrumentation in the application. In this talk, you will learn: 1. What distributed tracing is? 2. The different options with respect to tracing (opentracing, jaeger, zipkin, etc) 3. How to implement opentracing with jaeger in a polyglot containerized application. (in particular Go, NodeJS, Python & Redis) 4. How to visualize and analyze this using the jaeger UI, Wavefront by VMware, Azure Monitor. 5. The future with opentelemetry About the speakers: 1) Bahubali (Bill) Shetti @shetti - Director of Public Cloud Solutions for VMware Cloud Services . Bahubali leads a team of Cloud Architects evangelizing and developing solutions for improving public cloud operations (AWS/Azure/GCP). Bahubali was part of the initial team that developed and launched VMware Cloud Services. Previous to VMware, was Director of Product Management at VCE (now Dell) for Cloud Management Products. More at https://cloudjourney.io/team/bahubali_shetti/ 2) Shri Upadhye @iShrivatsa - Shrivatsa is a Cloud advocate at VMWare focused on Cloud Security and Cloud Native applications. He works on evangelizing security best practices for application developers. Prior to VMWare, he was a Technical Marketing Engineer at Cisco Systems, focused on architecting orchestration tools for managing enterprise applications across major cloud provider, AWS/Azure/GCP. More at https://cloudjourney.io/team/shrivatsa_upadhye/

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  • Webinar: Increasing DevOps Agility on Kubernetes

    Needs a location

    Join Cloud experts on on 6/19 at 10AM PST for an interesting hour about: - How to manage the underlying infrastructure for your Kubernetes cluster - How to optimize your worker nodes scaling and pricing - How to automate your DevOps support and increase productivity through good communication Join Spotinst and ManagedKube for this technical webinar by signing up here: https://get.spotinst.com/devops-agility-on-kubernetes PS - Sign up even if you can't make it and we'll send you a recording!

  • Getting started with Kubernetes & Kubernetes Operator

    Shopify San Francisco

    The DevOps Exchange is an opportunity to exchange some of the latest ideas and technologies for running online services through 2-3 short presentations by invited speakers, and a chance to chat it after over drinks/snacks with new friends. --- IMPORTANT: You must register for this event here in order to attend: http://bit.ly/2VEIVN1 --- The event features two talks: 1. ManagedKube CEO & Co-founder on "Getting started with Kubernetes" 2. PingCAP GM of Global Strategy & Operations on "Kubernetes Operator" 3. Kong - This Way to the Great Ingress Details: ---- Garland Kan - ManagedKube CEO & Co-founder Title: Getting started with Kubernetes ---- 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! About the speaker: 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). ---- Kevin Xu - PingCAP GM of Global Strategy & Operations Title: Kubernetes Operator ---- In this talk, Kevin Xu, will introduce the architecture of TiDB and TiKV (a CNCF project), key use cases, and the open source Operator that is being developed to run TiDB in all Kubernetes-enabled cloud environments (https://github.com/pingcap/tidb-operator). About the speaker: Kevin Xu is the General Manager of Global Strategy and Operations at PingCAP, the team that's leading the development of TiDB, a NewSQL and MySQL-compatible distributed database. Its key-value storage layer, TiKV, is a CNCF member project. He recently talked about NewSQL databases and the Operator pattern in the follow forum: - Software Engineering Daily: https://softwareengineeringdaily.com/2019/01/24/tidb-distributed-newsql-with-kevin-xu/ - The New Stack: https://thenewstack.io/databases-operators-bring-stateful-workloads-to-kubernetes/ --- Josh Eveleth — Senior Software Engineer (Kong) Title: KIC and You: This Way to the Great Ingress Josh's presentation will cover the benefits of using an ingress controller. There will be a brief demo of the Kubernetes Ingress Controller for Kong. About the speaker: Josh Eveleth is a senior software engineer at Kong. He juggles his time between DevOps and backend engineering. --- IMPORTANT: You must register for this event here in order to attend: http://bit.ly/2VEIVN1 ---

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  • Kubernetes Tips & Tricks: Getting Started with K8S, Traffic, and more

    Third Party Event: Join us for an evening of Kubernetes tips & tricks for getting started with K8S using developer friendly visualizations with Visual Studio Code (VS Code), zero-downtime traffic on K8S, and more. Schedule (topics subject to change based on demand): 6:00pm - Registration / Check-in / Pre-event Networking / Food & Drink 6:20pm - Welcome/Intro - Tamao Nakahara (Weaveworks) 6:30pm - Create Visually Compelling Developer Experiences for Kubernetes on VS Code - Ralph Squillace (Microsoft) 6:55pm - The Gotchas of Zero-Downtime Traffic on Kubernetes - Leigh Capili (Weaveworks) 7:20pm - Extending Kubernetes With CRDs And Operators - Chris Hein (AWS) 8:15pm - Wrap-up 8:30pm - End *Create Visually Compelling Developer Experiences for Kubernetes on VS Code. /w Ralph Squillace* Great command-line developer tools are widely available for the K8S ecosystem, but fabulous visual developer environments are coming along more slowly, hindering uptake among application developers who are new to container orchestration or who prefer visually rich development environments. This session will show how to build upon the free K8S extension for the open-source Visual Studio Code (VS Code) editor to provide your own custom, developer-oriented experience for use with any kind of K8S cluster. We’ll show how you add to the behaviors and views in the VS Code K8S extension and demonstrate several different extensions built on it, each illustrating a different way to make K8S application development easier, faster, and more effective for an ever-wider array of developers. Ralph Squillace is a Principal Program Manager for Microsoft, helping the team supporting Helm, Draft, Brigade, CNAB, and the Visual Studio Code Kubernetes extension in the Cloud Compute Team. *The Gotchas of Zero-Downtime Traffic on Kubernetes /w Leigh Capili* Noticing your customers receive 503's every now-and-then? Do they spike when you're updating your app or rotating your k8s cluster nodes? Maybe you used to have this problem, then you added some strange settings and it's mostly working now... What most people need from k8s regarding traffic is a repeatable but under-documented combo of esoteric, non-default options. We'll walk through the basic needs of shaping traffic and apply that knowledge to the states of compute, rollout, and canonical networking we see with k8s. Expect tidbits about CRI, CNI, Ingress, and k8s design trade-offs. Ultimately you'll learn how to keep your apps serving successful requests for a myriad of edge-cases. Leigh Capili is a Kubernetes Contributor and works in Developer Experience with Weaveworks. ☸ *Extending Kubernetes With CRDs And Operators /w Chris Hein* Kubernetes was built to be a highly extensible platform allowing you to manage almost anything using the same controls as the Kubernetes core. By using Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) and operators/controllers you can enable highly customized workflows and systems. In this talk, we will discuss building Operators, specifically the AWS Service Operator, which allows you to deploy AWS services directly from kubectl using CRDs. Chris Hein is a Sr. Developer Advocate for Kubernetes/EKS at Amazon Web Services. MC: Tamao Nakahara, Head of Developer Experience, Weaveworks This is a joint meetup between SF DevOps, Bay Area Kubernetes, and Weave User Group - Bay Area.

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  • Develop @ OneLogin

    OneLogin

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/may-dev-jobs-hiring-mixer-rails-react-node-front-end-js-dev-ops-tickets-59351374559 TICKETS ARE FREE BUT YOU MUST SIGN UP ON EVENTBRITE. This event was curated for talented Silicon Valley developers and entrepreneurs who want to network in person and share ideas. Our May meetup will be hosted at OneLogin in San Francisco. Here’s the schedule: 5:30 - 6:30 pm: Free pizza and drinks mixer. 6:30 - 7:30 pm: Tech Talk. 7:30 - 8:30 pm: Mix it up again. Our talks: -"End to End Testing and Continuous Deployment in a Microservice Architecture" by John Haugeland, Principal Engineer at OneLogin -"Building Delegated Administration at Scale" by Teo Dell'Amico, Software Engineer at OneLogin. 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 A message from our sponsor: OneLogin, the leader in Unified Access Management, connects people with technology through a simple and secure login, empowering organizations to access the world™. The OneLoginUnified Access Management (UAM) platform is the key to unlocking the apps, devices, anddata that drive productivity and facilitate collaboration. OneLogin serves businesses and partners across a multitude of industries, with over 2,000 customers worldwide. We are headquartered in San Francisco, California. Take a look at our Careers openings and find out why we’re the leader in Unified Access Management: https://www.onelogin.com/company/careers Companies who’ve attended previous events include Lever, Uber, Lyft, GoPro, Crunchyroll, Salesforce, HotelTonight, Drone Deploy, Scribd, ThredUP, GE, Razer, Adobe, App Dynamics, Symphony.com and many more. If you have any questions, email [masked]