Summer-like weather is finally upon us! Join us for our Q3 meetup and Kubernetes birthday celebration (with cake and swag!).
Thank you to Shopify for hosting and sponsoring food and drinks.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
** Please use the entrance on Elgin Street **
Taking Kubernetes to Prom(etheus) by Dan Williams, Swift Medical
Setting up Prometheus to monitor a Kubernetes cluster and its pods
Friendly Deploys for Kubernetes Apps by Katrina Verey, Shopify
At Shopify, we're building a new internal app platform based on Kubernetes. Already, developers across the company are deploying dozens of apps to it throughout the day. Although Kubernetes' declarative, asynchronous deployment model is awesome in many respects, it makes it tricky to tell these developers what they really want to know: Did my changes roll out successfully? Are they doomed to failure? If they're doomed, what is going wrong? To answer these questions, we built kubernetes-deploy, an open-source Ruby gem that can be used on its own or integrated with Shopify's continuous delivery platform, Shipit. In this talk, I'll explain why we built it, how it works, and why you might want to take advantage of it for your own Kubernetes projects.