Welcome to the January edition of the Bay Area Kubernetes Meetup!
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Joe Beda is a principle engineer at VMware. He was the co-founder and
CTO of Heptio. Previously, at Google, Joe co-created Google Compute
Engine and filed the first ever Kubernetes project commit. He is a
strong advocate for open source and a frequent contributor to the
Dennis Adjei-Baah is a software engineer at Buoyant Inc, where he contributes to and provides support for the open source project Linkerd, an L7 proxy that provides a dedicated service mesh layer in microservice environments. Prior to Buoyant Dennis was a software engineer at Ticketfly (acquired by Eventbrite). In his spare time, If he isn't making weird electronic music, you can find him enjoying all the wonderful things the Bay Area has to offer.
Debugging microservices running in Kubernetes can be difficult when dealing with certain kinds of failures; for example, when services fail with request timeouts or HTTP 500 error responses. In this talk, we'll walk through a brief overview of Linkerd, a service mesh that provides out of the box observability for microservices in Kubernetes clusters. We’ll walk through some of Linkerd’s features and see how we can use its CLI and UI dashboard to troubleshoot these kinds of errors that are not easily visible from Kubernetes’s dashboard or API.
The world of containers is moving to the next phase. We now have an evolving toolbox. The question is now what do we do with this new tool box? We need to think beyond just running containers and instead about how we use the patterns and primitives to automate all parts of application development and operations. In this talk, we will outline how Kubernetes was built to be built on and detail some of the innovative techniques and projects that are taking things to the next level.
6:40–7:10 Dennis Adjei-Baah, Linkerd
7:25–7:55 Joe Beda, VMware
Mediterranean Platter: spanakopita, butternut squash hummus, marinated olives, mint labneh, pita
Turkey sliders with cranberry compote
Samosas with tamarin chutney
A very special thank you to Google for hosting & feeding us!
If you require any special accommodations, please email Nancy Mohamed at [masked]
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