#3 The day after the CloudConf. Scalability never sleeps!


Friday, March 29, 2019, 5:30 – 7:30 PM UTC

In-person event

About this event

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 - 19:40 - Securing Kubernetes Traffic with a Service Mesh by Nic Jackson (@sheriffjackson)
Dynamic cloud-based infrastructure has forced us to re-evaluate how we route and secure applications in our Kubernetes Clusters. Connect the latest feature of Consul solves this problem implementing a service mesh for dynamic network segmentation and seamless transport security with mutual TLS. In this talk, we will walk through how Consul Connect allows you to easily secure workloads in Kubernetes and securely integrate external services and data stores.

19:50 - 20:20 - Amazon EKS: from the genesis to where we are by Massimo Re Ferre'

In this short session we will discuss the characteristics of Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS), how the service is architected, how it could help Kubernetes users to remove the heavy lifting from their deployments and how the community is working to optmize its experience even further with open source tools such as eksctl. Obviously this wouldn’t be a meetup session without a demo.

20:15 Pizza e Birra

Nic Jackson is a developer advocate at HashiCorp and the author of “Building Microservices in Go” a book which examines the best patterns and practices for building microservices with the Go programming language.
Nic and his co-author Anubhav Mishra, are also currently writing “Vault in Action”, a book which discusses operational and application security using the popular open source HashiCorp Vault, due to be published summer 2019

Massimo (@mreferre) is a Developer Advocate for containers at Amazon Web Services. He works with customers to help them run containers (in any shape or form) on AWS. Massimo also works with the AWS product managers and AWS engineers to build a better consumption experience based on customers’ feedbacks.

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Friday, March 29, 2019
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM UTC

Venue map


  • Sergio Matone

    Minimal Gap


  • Gianluca Arbezzano