Per concludere l'anno nella maniera migliore possibile, ecco l'ultimo meetup prima della pausa estiva. Abbiamo la fortuna di concludere l'anno con due speaker d'eccezione che ci parleranno di due topic super-importanti:
- CI/CD su Kubernetes
- Come contribuire a Kubernetes e far parte attivamente della community
Ecco il programma:
19:00, Incontro presso Facile.it (che ringraziamo enormemente per l'ospitalita')
19:15 - "How to Contribute to Kubernetes", Fabrizio Pandini [ITA]
20:00 - "From source code to Kubernetes, a Continuous Deployment tale", Alexandre González Rodríguez [ENG]
20:30 - Pizza, beer & Networking
Talk #1: "How to Contribute to Kubernetes", Fabrizio Pandini
Contributing Kubernetes is not only about code. It is about being part of an amazing community, sharing its own traditions and using its own processes.
In this talk we will go through all of those aspects and share some lesson learned and tips about my experience as a Kubernetes contributor
Kubernetes member, Software engineer, Enterprise Architect
Millennium bug survivor, seriously injured by object oriented programming during the middleware war, I’m happily back with my hands on code thanks to golang and Kubernetes
Talk #2: "From source code to Kubernetes, a Continuous Deployment tale", Alexandre González Rodríguez
This talk will cover the basics of creating good Docker images for your Go projects using multi-stage builds. Once we have that image ready we will need to run it somewhere, I think that a Kubernetes cluster could be a nice place to start. Of course, we don’t want to repeat those steps by hand everytime we want to do a new deployment so we will probably need to learn how to use a CI/CD tool to automate all the steps. And finally, the icing on the cake would be make this automagically run everytime we push code to our repository
Currently working at BBVA in the PaaS team, and remotely from Milán, Alexandre spends his free time playing around with Go & everything that smells as a container. He is now living in Italy but he didn’t manage to learn Italian yet, so if you are Italian please go and say “ciao”. He also loves organising events and he has a good track with that co-organising (past) GolangUK 2015, the Golang London User Group & Monthly PyGrunn in the Netherlands. He is currently organising #madScalability in Madrid which is focused on scalability issues from personal to technical views.
ci vediamo l'11!