Join us for evening with speakers from Bitnami, Deis, and Google! -----------------
6:00 - 6:30: Food & Drinks
6:30 - 7:00: Matt Butcher, Deis: Packaging and Deploying Applications with Kubernetes Helm
7:00 - 7:30: Kit Merker, Google: Cloud-Native Deployment
7:30 - 8:00: Adnan Abdulhussein, Bitnami: Auto-updating and automating container application delivery
8:00 - 8:30: QA & wrapping up!
Matt Butcher, Deis: Packaging and Deploying Applications with Kubernetes Helm
Kubernetes is the new runtime for cloud-native applications. And Kubernetes Helm is a practical tool for packaging an app, and then deploying it into a Kubernetes cluster. See how Helm embodies the principles Kit highlights in his talk.
Matt Butcher is a core contributor to the Kubernetes Helm project. He is an architect at Deis, where he is focused on building excellent tools for cloud-native engineers and operators. Matt has a Ph.D. in philosophy from Loyola University Chicago, where he teaches in the Computer Science department. He is the author of The Illustrated Children's Guide to Kubernetes.
Kit Merker, Google: Cloud-Native Deployment
An overview of the design principles to reliably and safely deploy cloud native applications into production. Trade offs of scripting and DSL models of deployment and how to make immutable deployments borrowing ideas from a type system with recursive templates. Examples given using Kubernetes and Helm with the concept of "construction" as a distinct deployment step.
Kit Merker is a product manager at Google, primarily focused on Cloud Launcher - a marketplace for cloud services and applications. He has also worked on Kubernetes, Container Registry, and Container Engine, and is an advocate for container & cloud native technologies. In his 15+ years of experience in large scale software development projects, he was worked in a variety of roles from coding to test management, evangelism to product management.
Adnan Abdulhussein, Bitnami: Auto-updating and automating container application delivery
Using Chef or Puppet to manage your containers? Manually pushing on green to your orchestration system? Adnan outlines an easier, better way that notifies you of available stack updates, automatically creates new Dockerfiles, and integrates Slack, Bitnami Stacksmith, GitHub, Jenkins, and Kubernetes.
Adnan Abdulhussein is working on all things containers at Bitnami, driving the development of Stacksmith to help automate the delivery of up-to-date container orchestrated applications, as well as helping to maintain Bitnami's Docker images and Kubernetes/Helm charts. He has also worked on several other cloud projects including the Bitnami Launchpads for Azure, Google and vCloud Air. Adnan is passionate about infrastructure, dev tools, Ruby, F/OSS, and the possibility of time travel. He holds a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Bristol.