1 Year Anniversary meetup is here! We prepared some exciting agenda for our next meetup in HubHub Palác Ara. Bubbles and birthday cake included :)
Who will be speaking?
CHERYL HUNG - Director of Ecosystem @ Cloud Native Computing Foundation
She is an Xoogler software engineer and founder of the Cloud Native London meetup and holds a Masters in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge, King’s College.
RUDOLF KRŇOUL - Cloud Architect @ Revolgy
Ruda has been working in Revolgy for almost two years. His day to day job is consulting solutions for clients, helping them solve the problems and issues, and his favorite thing is designing solutions that are as maintenance-free as possible.
MARCO PRACUCCI - Software Engineer @ Grafana Labs
Marco Pracucci is a software engineer at Grafana Labs, and a Loki and Cortex contributor. His current focus is making Cortex easy to run and scale on-prem and in the cloud, while occasionally contributing to Loki with which Cortex share most of the core architectural patterns. Previously, he was an infrastructure team leader at Voxnest, and CTO / co-founder at Spreaker.
18:00 - 18:45
Patterns and challenges of cloud native adoption (Cheryl Hung)
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) regularly surveys the community to understand where and how cloud native technologies are being adopted. In this talk, she'll highlight changes taking place among users of open source technologies, and what we should expect next.
18:50 - 19:10
Lightning Talk: How serverless services and IaC save time and money (Rudolf Krňoul)
The lightning talk will consist of descriptions of our usage of serverless services so that in a small, tight-knit team, we can rapidly develop beautiful solutions. A part of this will be estimations of how much money is saved - how it reduces investments through pay-as-you-go. I will also describe several specific solutions that we have designed for our clients.
19:15 - 20:00
Loki: like Prometheus, but for logs (Marco Pracucci)
Marco will introduce Loki - a horizontally-scalable, highly-available log aggregation system inspired by Prometheus - its architecture and the design trade-offs. He’ll cover Loki and Promtail, the agent used to scrape local logs to push to Loki, including the Prometheus-style service discovery used to dynamically discover logs and attach metadata from applications running in a Kubernetes cluster.
He’ll show how to query logs with Grafana using LogQL - the Loki query language - and the latest Grafana features to easily build dashboards mixing metrics and logs.
20:00 - 21:00
Birthday cake, networking and drinks