Los Angeles Kubernauts and Cloud Native enthusiasts!
Our meetup will be July 12, 2018. We have one amazing speaker and are searching for another who'd like present on that date. If you're interested, ping me via twitter @baldwinmathew or email baldwin_at_stackpoint.io.
6:30 - 7:00 - Gather, Drink, Grab a Plate
We may start earlier depending on crowd size, so come early and claim your spot.
7:00 - 7:30 - Continuous Development through Continuous Delivery
- Vic Iglesias, Google
We will take a look at the life cycle of a Kubernetes-native application from inception, to iteration and then finally to production deployment using tools like Skaffold, Kustomize and Spinnaker to accomplish each phase.
7:30 - 8:00 - Can You Really Build Database-as-a-Service on Kubernetes? (Of Course You Can) - Gopal Sharma, Diamanti
Databases benefit greatly from containerization in terms of performance, ease-of-deployment, and scalability. However, building database-as-a-service (DBaaS) on Kubernetes can be a complex, time-consuming project where some database services are run outside of the cluster for the sake of leveraging persistent storage. In this session, Diamanti CTO Gopal Sharma will talk about key infrastructure requirements of DBaaS, and how storage and networking needs to be architected in order for developers and application owners to build and manage high-performing, stateful databases on Kubernetes.
Vic Iglesias is a Cloud Solutions Architect at Google. He helps customers understand and deliver value from continuous integration, continuous delivery and cloud native architectures. He has been a contributor to the Helm community since very early on and has helped maintain the Kubernetes Charts repository since its inception. He now works closely with the teams building tools like Skaffold, Kustomize, and Spinnaker.
Gopal Sharma is a Founder and CTO of Diamanti based in San Jose.
13031 West Jefferson Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90094
After turning off of Jefferson on to Alla Road, there is free street parking at the first right Coral Tree Place. From there you can enter the Reserve business park at the Gate 1 main entry which is the gate near the end of the road, or via a pedestrian entrance near gate 2.
Space 900 is the large building that is closest to the Gate 1 main entrance.