Cloud Native Wellington - April 2019 Meetup


Apr 17, 2019, 4:30 – 6:30 AM

In-person event

About this event

Proud Venue Sponsor: BNZ
Venue: RICOH House, Level 2

Refreshments Sponsor: Redhat;

Thank you Bnz & Redhat for the support to the Community.

NOTICE: The RICOH Building entry will be locked down after 6:00 pm. in case if you are joining after 6 p.m., please ring me at[masked].

04:30 p.m. - Door Opens
05:15 p.m. - Presentation Starts
06:30 p.m. - Closure
Talk 1: Kuberenetes: Importance of health probes

Presenter: Saikiran Dusari

Health checks are a simple way to let systems know if an instance of the app is working or not working. Kubernetes gives you two types of health checks to use to keep your applications healthy all the time.

In this talk, Saikiran will walk us thru what K8S offers, challenges and some best practices.

Talk 2: Azure Devspaces (runs on Kubernetes)
Presenter: Jay Schmelzer, Microsoft US

With minimal dev machine setup, you can iteratively run and debug containers directly in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). You can also collaborate with your team in a shared Kubernetes cluster, and do end-to-end testing with other components without replicating or mocking up dependencies. With Azure Dev Spaces, you can develop on Windows, Mac, or Linux using familiar tools like Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code, or the command line

Talk 3: Messing with Service Mesh - Istio | Part-1
Presenter: BMK

In this multi-part talk, BMK will introduce us to Service Mesh, the challenges and technical issues this addresses, what and how "Istio" Servicemesh helps us to overcome the challenges. Whether it is modern greenfield or existing legacy apps.



Wednesday, April 17, 2019
4:30 AM – 6:30 AM UTC


  • BMK Lakshminarayanan


    Lead Organizer