Welcome to the Cloud Native Asturias May'22 event! On this occasion, we have four amazing speakers that bring to the table their cloud-related talks.
If you want to attend in person, please register for this event (limited tickets available). You will get a free ticket that you will have to show at the entrance on the day of the event.
If you plan to attend virtually, just connect to twitch.tv/cloudnativeasturias!
Note: All talks will be driven in English
Generating Kubernetes manifests using Dekorate
Aurea Muñoz Hernandez, Software engineer @ Red Hat
Dekorate offers a collection of Java annotations and processors aiming to generate during the compilation of your application the Kubernetes manifests. It will make your life even easier because you will not even need to edit the JSON and YAML files. You can use java annotations, an http://application.properties file or combine both for customizing the manifests. In this session I will show you how easy is to create the Kubernetes manifests to deploy your microservices in the container platform with Dekorate, don't miss it!
Database as a service with Atlas MongoDB
Saúl González Llaneza, CTO @ ebroker
Let's talk about Atlas, the multi-cloud noSQL database service powered by MongoDB. A quick tour explaining how we improve our Time to market using Atlas. Deploy new clusters into production, scale database resources, setup backup policies, manage users, roles and privileges, apply the latest security updates or check real time metrics to improve database performance become easy tasks using Atlas MongoDB.
Kubernetes CRD intro handson
Bertrand Noel, Software Engineer @ Nexthink
In this session, Bertrand Noel will introduce the Kubernetes Custom Resources Definitions. All together, we'll walk through about What it is, what are some of the use cases, and how it works. Also in this session, you can expect not only chatting but also examples, from the very basics to more advanced ones.
Insights Advisor for Red Hat OpenShift
Juan Díaz Suárez, Data Engineer @ Red Hat
Let's understand what OpenShift is and how to automatically gather recommendations about your workloads. This talk is aimed at both beginners and experts of Kubernetes willing to know more about this managed service.