Summer holidays are drawing nearer with our August Cloud Native London meetup! Hopefully our exciting speakers will keep your attention long beyond just tonight! As always, there's free food and drink and networking with other interesting techies.
Don't forget to register with the venue as well: https://skillsmatter.com/meetups/11229-cloud-native-london-august
6:30 Food and drink
7:00 Kick off
7:15 Reducing the cloud native bus factor
7:45 Single Sign-On for Kubernetes
8:30 FaaS You Like It (if Shakespeare had written Functions as a Service)
9:00 Wrap up and pub
See you there!
Increasing the cloud native bus factor (Charlotte Godley, Dotmesh)
A talk focussing on scalable training of teams of all sizes who intend on using cloud native technologies.
Charlotte is a backend software engineer at Dotmesh, with experience learning about, operating, and most importantly breaking Kubernetes clusters. Her Twitter is @charwarz
Single Sign-On for Kubernetes (Joel Speed, Pusher)
User management is hard. At Pusher, with an expanding engineering team, we wanted to build a simple identity management experience within our Kubernetes infrastructure. In this talk, I explore Kubernetes authentication and demonstrate how Single Sign-On works within our Kubernetes clusters.
Joel is a Cloud Infrastructure engineer who has been working with Kubernetes for the last year. He has been working in DevOps for over 3 years and is currently helping Pusher build their internal Kubernetes Platform. Recently he has been focusing on projects to improve autoscaling, resilience, authentication and authorisation within Kubernetes as well as building a ChatOps bot, for Pusher’s engineering team. Joel is on Twitter as @JoelASpeed
FaaS You Like It (if Shakespeare had written Functions as a Service)
(Ewan Slater, Oracle)
A short talk covering:
- the comedies of William Shakespeare
- FaaS (Functions as a Service)
- The Fn project - an open source agnostic FaaS platform
- Performing "As You Like It" as a set of functions.
Ewan is an architect in Oracle’s EMEA Technology Cloud Team, with over
twenty years experience in the technology industry.
He's an active member of the Norwich Ruby User Group (NRUG), Digital East Anglia and one of the organisers of DevEast. Find him on Twitter: @ewanslater
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