Cloud Native Night #3 - Top Vorträge, Snacks und Bier
18:30 - Begrüßung mit Snacks & Getränken
19:00 - Talks: Special Insights zu Vamp, Rancher und Azure Functions
• Olaf Molenveld (Vamp.io): Running complex and critical service based architectures with power and ease
• Jan Bruder (Rancher Labs): Deploying and managing enterprise-grade Kubernetes clusters
• Manuela Rink (Microsoft): Azure Functions - Get rid of your servers, use functions!
ab 20:30 - Q&A, Networking
Olaf Molenveld (Vamp.io): Running complex and critical service based architectures with power and ease
CD, (Docker)container and microservices interest has exploded the last year. Still there is a lot of focus on products and not so much on processes. But to achieve the holy grail of continuous innovation and improvement having the right automation workflows and integrations in place are essential. Vamp (http://vamp.io) is an open source solution that provides integration with container schedulers and programmable routing and provides automation and optimisation workflows to deliver valuable features like canary-releasing and micro scaling. In this talk we’re going to describe what is needed to make the most out of microservices and containers and how to use Vamp to deliver anti-fragile workflows on top of common container schedulers like DC/OS, Rancher and Kubernetes.
Olaf Molenveld ([masked])
Founder and CEO of Magnetic.io, builders of Vamp, the canary-releasing and autoscaling solution for microservices. He has a CS background and has over 15 years of experience in the online industry in various technical and managerial roles. Before starting Vamp he was a technical consultant and strategic director of development at the largest full-service digital agency in the Netherlands, focusing on innovation and enterprise-scale online architectures.
Manuela Rink (Microsoft): Azure Functions - Get rid of your servers, use functions!
Not so long ago we had our own servers in the basement for our backend systems. With the birth of various cloud providers like Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services our own iron soon was gone and we started to host our systems on virtual servers in big datacenters around the world. By doing this we cut down maintenance time and gained freedom for a (nearly) free choice of hosting worldwide. We transferred our systems on a physical level. Now we are able to take this process a step further and cut down our systems on a functional level: by hosting logic in... functions!
This talk gives a first insight und oversight of Azure Functions - how they work, what you can do with them and how your system can benefit from a „slim down your system“ idea like this.
Manu Rink is a mobile enthusiast long before there was an iPhone. After working for a couple of years in the enterprise business and creating big data visualizations she finally dropped the mic and made her passion to her profession. For the last four years Manu was working as a mobile software engineer and architect and led the development of a couple of #1 App Store apps. Since 2016 she is a technical evangelist @Microsoft and inspires a wide audience of techies for her beloved topics including mobile development, devops and gaming.