PostgreSQL on K8s & Knative Serving

Kubernetes Austin

Mar 28, 10:45 PM – Mar 29, 1:00 AM

In-person event

About this event

Come join us for food, drinks and Kubernetes! We'll hear about Scale to Zero Preview Environments with Knative Serving, and Data on Kubernetes: Run Postgres natively in Kubernetes. Looking forward to seeing you on March 28th!

Our special guests are Matthew Swain, Principal Engineer at Onramp Funds & Kiran Indukuri, Principal Software Engineer at Privacy Dynamics Inc.

Matthew Swain has been a software engineer and engineering manager in Austin, Texas since 2004. He primarily focuses on infrastructure and platform engineering for both large and small companies. He's currently a Principal Engineer at Onramp Funds, a small e-commerce loan company and Ruby on Rails shop.

Kiran Indukuri is a Principal Software Engineer at Privacy Dynamics Inc. He has about 20 years experience in the Software Development at various companies including Capital One, Amazon, Teradata and Tableau. He is CKAD and Terraform certified.

Looking For a Job?

**NEW:** We will have a representative from New Iron at our meetup to assist with any resume or job-related questions! If you are hiring or looking for a job, I encourage you to talk to Christine & Will! In our effort to create zero-cost job information at our meetup, this is an excellent outlet for those in a career change!

Getting to the Event

We are on the 1st floor of the Omi Hotel, in a room named "Devvie". UPDATE: Capital Factory can now validate parking! Park in the Onmi garage for just $8.00! Street parking will still be an option. More information on parking here:

Thank you to Capital Factory for sponsoring Kubernetes Austin. Capital Factory is the center of gravity for entrepreneurs in Texas. They meet the best entrepreneurs in Texas and introduce them to their first investors, employees, mentors, and customers. To sign up for a Capital Factory membership, click here.


Scale to Zero Preview Environments with Knative Serving - Learn to setup Kubernetes infrastructure capable of spinning up Kubernetes services and pods in response to HTTP traffic. This is a perfect solution for deploying preview versions of web applications without wasting resources in your Kubernetes cluster.

Data on Kubernetes: Run Postgres natively in Kubernetes - In this talk, Kiran Indukuri would like to share his experience running cloudnative postgres on Kubernetes and there by enabling easier software setup, saving on cloud costs, and easier onprem deployments.



March 28 – 29, 2024
10:45 PM – 1:00 AM UTC


  • Chris Aniszczyk

    Linux Foundation (CNCF)


  • James Angel

    Kubernetes Austin

  • Chad Crowell


    Kubernetes SME

  • Rafael Brito


    Staff Engineer at StormForge