Q: I'm waitlisted (RSVP full), can I still come?
A: Yes you can, but please come earlier than others to guarantee a seat. We do RSVP to make an approximation on how many will come, for a smaller venues we usually make smaller RSVP slot.
Q: Why are we doing a shared Q&A Panel?
A: We often received feedback that our Q&A session is very limited, and hallway track has a long queue to ask the speaker question. Based on the experiment, shared Q&A Panel (merge Q&A session of all speakers to the end) increases engagement from participants.
Q: What is the hallway track?
A: This is Kubernetes and Cloud-Native global community philosophy. You come to meetup event to engage with the speakers or other participants, otherwise, it's just the same as watching a youtube video. Make use of the "hallway" (i.e. event meetup space) to discuss anything with anyone, network with people, who knows the next big open source project comes from this!
Welcome to third episode of Kubernetes and Cloud-Native meetup in Bandung. We are starting this meetup to help people getting aware of Kubernetes power, learning how people use and contribute to it. If you are new to Kubernetes, don't worry since we aim to spend 1 talk in every episode to walk you through Kubernetes fundamentals by following a standard curriculum. For an avid user, we also have the other talk for more intermediate/advanced topics. We will also try to walk you through the sea of updates in Kubernetes and cloud-native community every month.
Lo.Ka.Si Coffee & Space
Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No.92, Lebakgede, Kecamatan Coblong, Kota Bandung, Jawa Barat 40132
Talk #1 (Beginner track): Fundamentals of Cloud Native Architecture: Accelerate your Infra-DevOps skills
Speaker: Setyo Legowo (Tech Consultant Engineer @99.co)
Setyo Legowo is Tech Consultant Engineer at 99.co and also Master student at Institut Teknologi Bandung. Coding is his hobby. He also love observing open source projects that helps him improve his skills about computer system especially in HPC.
Setyo will share with us about his knowledge what and why softwares or projects under CNCF was helping him to design software from small to medium scales
Talk #2 (Beginner track): How Bukalapak deploy Kubernetes deployments to their clusters using GitOps approach running in GitLab CI/CD
Speaker: Muhammad Saiful Islam (Cloud Engineer @Bukalapak)
Muhammad Saiful Islam finished his four years education in 2018 from Politeknik Negeri Bandung and graduated as a Bachelor of Applied Science in Informatics. he started interning for Bukalapak in 2017 as a Software Engineer in Backend, then fully joined in 2018 as a Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) in Bandung office. As Bukalapak started to move to Google Cloud Platform, he become a Cloud Engineer, provide tools, automation, and guidelines for Bukalapak engineer to deploy and maintain their services in cloud environment.
Saiful will share with us about how he deploy Kubernetes deployments to their clusters using GitOps approach running in GitLab CI/CD. In more detail, he is going to talk about how microservice repositories are linked to Minerva, our configuration repository, using peru , and how he integrate with Vault to store sensitive configuration.
1:00 pm - 1:20 pm | Registration & Check In
1:20 pm - 1:30 pm | Welcoming & Introduction
1:30 pm - 2:15 pm | Speaker #1
2:15 pm - 2:45 pm | Speaker #2
2:45 pm - 3:00 pm | Q&A Panel
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm | Hallway Track
Hosted By Community Leaders:
Zufar Dhiyaulhaq (telegram @zufardhiyaulhaq)
Joshua Bezaleel Abednego (telegram @joshuabezaleel)
Muhammad Iqbal Syamil Ayasy (telegram @iqbalsyamil)
Giri Kuncoro (telegram @girikuncoro)