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 second 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.
Jl. Margacinta No.29, RT.03/RW.07, Cijaura, Kec. Buahbatu, Kota Bandung, Jawa Barat 40287
Talk #1 (Beginner track): Migration Journey to Kubernetes
Speaker: Didiet Agus Pambudiono (DevOps Engineer @Gits Indonesia)
Didiet Agus Pambudiono is Devops Engineer from Gits Indonesia, also a cloud explorer, and a member of openSUSE project and opensuse-id
Didiet will share with us about the migration plan from VM with the docker in it to the Kubernetes cluster, and what are the challenges and obstacles in this process
Talk #2 (Beginner track): Process-Oriented Microservices with Elixir
Speaker: Ganesha Danu Enastika (Software Engineer @Kumparan)
Ganesha Danu Enastika is a third-year college student, who interested in exotic programming languages. Working as a Software Engineer, currently at Kumparan, and helping young talent to explore their skill as COO at Proclub Telkom University.
Danu will share with us about elixir and it's OTP feature. and find ways to utilising it on the distributed and microservices environment.
6:30 pm - 7:10 pm | Registration & Check In
7:10 pm - 7:20 pm | Welcoming & Introduction
7:20 pm - 7:50 pm | Speaker #1
7:50 pm - 8:20 pm | Speaker #2
8:20 pm - 8:35 pm | Q&A Panel
8:35 pm - 9:00 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)