Kubernetes: Service Meshes & Spinnaker for CI/CD

Los Angeles

Nov 10, 2017, 2:30 – 4:30 AM

In-person event

About this event

Los Angeles Kubernauts and Cloud Native enthusiasts! 

We're excited to announce our November meetup will be hosted at Google on November 9, 2017.

Also, if you'd like to speak at a future meetup ping us via meetup or twitter (@baldwinmathew). Anyone can present or do a lightning demo regardless of experience. 

6:30 - 7:00 - Social Mixer / Open House

7:00 - 7:30 - Vic Iglesias - Google - Using Spinnaker as your CI/CD Engine for Kubernetes

You will learn about how to use Spinnaker to orchestrate your continuous delivery pipelines. Deployment is a breeze with the Spinnaker Helm chart. The real fun starts when you create a complex roll out strategy for your application that includes continuous integration, canary testing and reliable deployment to production.

7:30 - 8:00 - Christopher Liljenstolpe  - Tigera - Service Mesh, Istio, Envoy, what a fine mesh we find ourselves in

We’ll cover what a Service Mesh is, how Istio implements a service mesh, and what benefits that Istio-based service mesh brings to both the developer and the DevOps/SRE/Operations community.

We’ll cover some of the more popular Istio components and plug-ins, what’s new in the 0.2 release, and what’s coming.

8:00 onward - QA, Wrap-up, Mixer


Vic Iglesias is a Cloud Solutions Architect at Google with years of experience in both on-premise and in-cloud workload deployment, orchestration and management. His focus is on creating the best experience for developers looking to leverage the scale and flexibility of cloud computing to deliver the best software possible to their customers.

Christopher is the CTO, and a founder of Tigera, Inc, the home of the Canal and Calico open source cloud native networking & network policy enforcement projects, the later of which he originally architected while the director of solutions architecture at Metaswitch.



320 Hampton Drive - Next to Golds Gym

The Doors Event Space is BIN 5. 

BIN 5 is off of 3rd (or Hampton Dr depending on entrance) in between Rose Ave and Sunset Ave.


You will need to use street parking; however, there is beach parking located at the following addresses:

1 Rose Ave.

Venice, CA


2600 Bernard Way.

Santa Monica, CA (this lot is a bit nicer)



Friday, November 10, 2017
2:30 AM – 4:30 AM UTC


  • Faisal Afzal


    Solutions Architect