16:30: Doors open, find a seat, network, enjoy
17:00: Welcome by Cloud Native Aarhus
17:05: Welcome by BESTSELLER
17:15: "Leveraging Kubernetes features when going from monolithic applications to microservices" by Benjamin Merot, Open Source Specialist at SOS International
18:00: Break with food
18:30: "Does Kubernetes deliver on its promise of portability?" by Rasmus H. Hummelmose, Customer Engineer at Google
20:00: Thank you and good night!
"Leveraging Kubernetes features when going from monolithic applications to microservices" by Benjamin Merot, Open Source Specialist at SOS International.
Containers and Kubernetes aren now familiar names in all layers of IT organisations, no legacy monolithic application is left untouched. From developers to managers, going to a container orchestration platform requires a new mindset.
In this talk you will learn about Kubernetes patterns and common pitfalls when refactoring monolithic applications to run as microservices in Kubernetes. We’ll cover design choices, scalability, reliability, monitoring and telemetry based on the learnings at SOS International and our journey towards Cloud Native.
Benjamin works primarily with developers on Red Hat’s OpenShift platform using his background as a Java Enterprise developer and years of experience with Kubernetes. Benjamin has contributed to open source projects around Kubernetes and automation tools such as Puppet and Ansible.
"Does Kubernetes deliver on its promise of portability?" by Rasmus H. Hummelmose, Customer Engineer at Google.
One of the reasons that Kubernetes is the go-to-platform for container orchestration is that it promises ease of workload migration.
By performing such a migration in practice we put that promise to the test.
In this talk you will learn about the migration process and the aspects that make it easier/harder to migrate from one environment to another.
Rasmus is a software engineer who works with customers at Google, covering primarily Kubernetes. Prior to Google he worked for Microsoft doing the same thing. Before joining the tech giants he co-founded a start-up, Wallmob, which was sold to Visma.
When not working-working Rasmus works on a media start-up that he co-founded, called Den Uafhængige.