August Kubernetes Meetup!

Intuit - 2600 Marine Way Building 20 Mountain View - View Map Mountain View
Tue, Aug 21, 2018, 6:00 PM (PDT)

About this event

This is an off cycle meetup for us. We are usually every Third Thursday so thanks for making it out for this one!

Thanks to our host this month, Intuit, for venue and food! Come to the building 20 entrance on Marine Way (across from a google building and a business park)

If you are interested in speaking or hosting us, fill out this form ->

6:00p - Gather, eat, network
6:30p - Kick off and welcome - Paris Pittman, co-organizer, and Mukulika Kapas, Intuit
6:40p-ish - First speaker, Chris Hein, AWS
7:15p-ish - 10 Min Break
7:25p - Second speaker, Hui Luo VMware

First talk abstract:
Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) is a new managed service for running Kubernetes on AWS. This session will provide an overview of Amazon EKS, why we built it, and how it works. Attendees will learn about how IAM roles can be used for authentication with the cluster using kubectl and assigned to pods at runtime. Cluster visibility using CloudWatch logs and Cloud Trail will be explained. Pod networking using the open source CNI plugin as well as the AWS CLI commands to manage the cluster will be explained and shown. Attendees will learn how about master nodes autoscaling and manual scaling of worker nodes. Finally, the session will explain how an application can be easily deployed to this service maintaining upstream Kubernetes experience. This session will provide different ways how attendees can engage with AWS using different open source channels.

Chris's bio:
Chris Hein is a Partner Solutions Architect for the Amazon Partner Network where he specializes in all things Kubernetes and container related. Before Amazon, Chris worked for a number of large and small companies like GoPro, Sproutling, & Mattel. Follow him at @christopherhein

Second Talk Abstract:
Cross-cloud ci for kubernetes
Cross-Cloud CI is a project that continually validate the interoperability between kubernetes and several CNCF projects for any commit on stable and head across all supported cloud providers. In this talk, the speaker going to share the experience of extending the ci to new platform like vSphere, discuss about some of unique challenges with kubernetes on-premise, attendees will learn how things are done differently with on-premise kubernetes versus public cloud kubernetes.

Hui Luo is a open source engineer at VMware cloud native application team, an active contributor to upstream kubernetes on areas like kubelet, device plugin, actively participate meetings and works at sig-node, wg-resource management, and wg-machine learning.
Before joining open source community, he is an experienced kernel engineer at VMware and Symantec, he is an experienced speaker as the VP of toastmaster club at VMware.
Hui is also a hiker, runner and volunteer at communities like wildlife refuge, warming center for homeless,


Tuesday, Aug 21
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM (PDT)


2600 Marine Way Building 20 Mountain View