Hello everyone !
After success of the Meetup #5, We're glad to announce that our next event will be hosted by BlaBlaCar and speaker from CoreOS.
BlaBlaCar is the global leader in long-distance carpooling. With dedicated customer service, state-of-the-art web and mobile platforms, and a highly engaged community of members, BlaBlaCar is making road travel fun, money-saving and more efficient.
BlaBlaCar is a high-growth international company with a true start-up spirit. With an entrepreneurial state of mind, we innovate, grow and synchronize our efforts to make BlaBlaCar a great place to work whilst continuing to build a global people-powered transport network.
Here is the agenda :
• The application Registry (CNR) in the MicroServices
Bio: Antoine Legrand, Senior Software Engineer at CoreOS
The number and complexity of applications regularly deployed to containers infrastructure (Docker Swarm, kubernetes) is increasing, making managing collections of container images as Development around application toolchains , such as Helm or KPM for kubernetes, docker-compose and DAB for Docker Swarm has created a vibrant but fragmented ecosystem.
The community and CoreOS is working on standards for consolidating interfaces around these toolchains.
This talk will discuss the work to standardize an application registry, reusing OCI and docker work, making it compatible, secure and familiar to store our applications bundle the same way we store images.
• Scalability & resiliency: all you need is orchestration !
Bio: Laurent Grangeau, Cloud solution architect at Finaxys
Laurent Grangeau is a devops coach at Finaxys. He coaches applications to move to continuous delivery in a French bank. Docker enthusiast from the beginning, he participates actively at co-organizing meetups. Occasional speaker, he speaks about continuous delivery and deploying apps at scale.
Scalability & resiliency is more and more handled by devs techniques : applications scale horizontally, they're "designed for failures", relying on microservice architectures... The time is long gone when each app was relying on its specifically designed infrastructure!
But it doesn't mean it's no longer an ops concern: practices and tools just shifted to fit new needs. Here comes orchestration with tools like Kubernetes, Mesos, and more recently Docker.
In this talk, you'll understand what orchestration challenge is all about, understand how devs should shape their apps, and how to setup an orchestration platform as an ops. And because we don't live in la la land, we'll also address some hard spots such as dealing with non-containerized assets.
Most of all, you'll get a step by step live demo on how a containerized app runs on top of Kubernetes, Mesos and Docker solutions, explaining each approach.
Looking forward to see you all there !
The CNCP Organization team