JK8s #12 x AWS User Group: K8s Autoscaling & Airy's K8s Journey in AWS

BLOCK71 Jakarta - RT.9/RW.4 Jakarta - View Map Jakarta Kubernetes Meetup
Thu, Dec 19, 2019, 7:09 PM (WIB)

About this event

Q: I'm waitlisted (RSVP full), can I still come?
A: Yes you can, but please come earlier than others to guarantee seat. We do RSVP to make approximation on how many will come, for smaller venue we usually make smaller RSVP slot.

Hi Jakarta Kubernauts! It's the time of Jakarta Kubernetes meetup again. Welcome to our 12th meetup episode. This December meetup is in collaboration with AWS User Group.

BLOCK71 Jakarta
Ariobimo Sentral, South Jakarta, RT.9/RW.4, East Kuningan, Jakarta, 12950

Instruction to get into the venue:
Nothing special, simply come to venue and register


Talk #1 (Beginnner track): ̛Intro to Kubernetes Autoscaling: HPA, VPA, CA, and beyond

Speaker: William Albertus Dembo (Cloud Platform Engineer @GoPay)

William is a first-year cloud platform engineer at GoPay System team. He works intensively around Kubernetes by developing automations to ease the pipeline.

In this talk, he will share about optimizing resource utilization and handling traffic spikes using the Kubernetes autoscaling feature. To achieve that, he is going to explore the possibility given by Kubernetes to scale Pods and Nodes automatically depends on resource utilization. This includes HPA (horizontal pod autoscaling), CA (cluster autoscaling), and VPA (vertical pod autoscaling).

Talk #2 (Intermediate track): ̛Airy Journey on Adopting Kubernetes in AWS and Intro to Telepresence

Speaker: Kurnianto Trilaksono (Infrastructure/DevSecOps Engineer @Airy)

Kurnianto is an Infrastructure and DevOpsSec at Airy, a growing hospitality company. His team has been guiding the company to move from classic deployment on AWS EC2 to Kubernetes cluster by doing lots of researches. In this episode, he will share a little about Airy journey to Kubernetes and its complexity which can be solved with Telepresence.

Adopting Kubernetes complicates debugging issues on live services. Imagine you're developing a new Kubernetes service, you are working remotely and suddenly your QA reports a bug on staging. You will need to change the code, build new image, push it to a registry, then deploy it on the staging environment. This process can take too long. Or, you can use Telepresence.



6:30 pm - 7:09 pm | Registration

7:09 pm - 7:25 pm | Welcome Sponsor and Community Update

7:25 pm - 7:55 pm | William Albertus Dembo (GoPay)

7:55 pm - 8:25 pm | Kurnianto Trilaksono (Airy)

8:25 pm - 8:40 pm | Q&A Panel

8:40 pm - 9:00 pm | Hallway Track (Networking)

Sponsored By

Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Hosted By

Jakarta Kubernetes Organizers
(@girikuncoro, @irvifa, @imrenagi, @iqbal_farabi)


Thursday, Dec 19
7:09 PM - 9:09 PM (WIB)


BLOCK71 Jakarta
RT.9/RW.4 Jakarta