Meetup event: https://www.meetup.com/boston-kubernetes-meetup/events/289771186/
(If you're already going to this Meetup event, please don't RSVP twice....)
We're kicking off 2023 with THREE industry experts, each of whom have hands-on, real-world experience to share. Plus there's networking, community updates, and free food/beers.
Thanks DELL for sponsoring food and beers. You just RSVP so I get an accurate headcount.
Ryan Wallner is a host of the podcast Kubernetes Bytes, as well as a CNS and K8s enthusiast, husband, dad of fearless daughter, ADV moto, hiker, mountain biker and connoisseur of noodles. Ryan works as a Lead Developer Advocate at Dell.
Resources external to Kubernetes (such as storage) can be cumbersome to secure, however using paradigms such as GitOps for security models can have a multitude of benefits. For instance, GitOps can be used to continually ensure their tenants and Kubernetes clusters have the right authorization processes in place.
Flynn is a technical evangelist at Buoyant, where he works on spreading the good word about Linkerd - the graduated CNCF service mesh that makes the fundamental tools for software security and reliability freely available to every engineer - and about Kubernetes and cloud-native development in general. Flynn is also the original author of the Emissary-ingress API gateway, itself a CNCF project.
Flynn presented a resiliency demo with Linkerd at KubeCon 2022 and can share this with us in person. You can follow along on your laptop and/or run this demo independently.
Dan Peach is a tech lead at Armory, developing CD-as-a-Service.
Dan's looking for feedback on a new tool that he is developing, so you'll be among the first to see it. He has a demo and technical lessons learned to share with us.
Sorry, this event is in-person only, so please join us in Boston!