What is CNCF? (Cos'é CNCF?)
CNCF is a branch of The Linux Foundation focused on Cloud Computing and modern scalable architectures. it's supporting tools like Kubernetes, Prometheus, containerd and so on. If you are using one of them or you are looking to know more about them, this is your meetup. Join us! hashtag #CNCFItaly on twitter.
CNCF é un ramo della Linux Foundation focalizzato sul Cloud Computing, microservices ed infrastrutture scalability. Supprota progetti come Kubernetes, Opentracing, Rkt, CNI. Se stai utilizzando uno di questi tools o sei interessato a saperne di piú unisciti a noi! hashtag #CNCFItaly su twitter .
About the event (Riguardo l'evento)
18:30 The doors are open (apertura delle porte)
19:00 - 19:30 - Prometheus as exposition format for eBPF programs by Leonardo Di Donato
Nowadays every application exposes their metrics via an HTTP endpoint readable by using Prometheus. Recently the exposition format got renamed as OpenMetrics from the CNCF. Nevertheless, this very common pattern by definition only expose metrics regarding the specific applications being observed. This talk wants to expose the idea, and a reference implementation, of a slightly different use case that uses eBPF programs as a source of information to allow the exposition and collection of kernel and application probes via a Prometheus endpoint.
19:40 - 20:25 - From 0 to Continuous Deployments with Kubernetes, Helm, and GitLab by Stefano Torressi
A live demonstration on how to get up and running from an empty directory to a fully functional application, continuously deployed to a live Kubernetes cluster, with per-branch automatic releases and manual environment promotion. We'll be giving a short primer on Kubernetes itself, which will be the base framework for our infrastructure, an introduction to Helm, which helps to manage K8S resource manifests and install third-party components, and show how to leverage the GitLab SaaS to implement a CI/CD pipeline.
20:15 Pizza e Birra
Leonardo (@leodido) is a Software Engineer at InfluxData where he maintains the infrastructure and API layers for InfluxCloud. His interests range from theoretical aspects of computer science to machine learning to distributed systems. He is also involved in the Linux Foundation's eBPF project (IO Visor) as a maintainer of kubectl-trace project.
Stefano is an experienced software engineer and he has been working in the software industry for fifteen years. As a polyglot programmer and a DevOps enthusiast, throughout his career he successfully shipped hundreds of applications of various types while working in many different environments. He currently leads the technology team at Sailsquare and he is mostly involved with the PHP community as a member of the PHP-FIG.
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