the next mad Scalability is scheduled! Perhaps you will be a little bit surprised about the subject but we think that this kind of "scalability" is as well important, from hipster stacks to old school banks but your software should behave as it's expected to.
The folks from CARTO are going to explain to us how they achieve that.
7:30pm - The onpremises survival guide by Rafa Porres (SRE at @CARTO)
The time has come. After embracing the modern deployment and configuration management paradigms you’ve managed to have a stable production environment that responds elastically to the user's requests. Your product is successful. More clients are interested, bigger clients: banks, telcos with their enterprise requirements and their enterprise privacy policies. They love your application, but they want it in their premises. No problem, you think: you have big ideas, containerize the application, define the architecture with Terraform. You develop for months, launch your onpremises product. You got it solved. But they have different ideas...
We will have time for one or two lighting talks, so please let me know if you have something in mind!
8.15pm - Handling 800k requests/s with a three-person team by Alex Fernandez (Developer at mediasmart.io)
At mediasmart.io we have to routinely process more than half a million requests per second, with peaks that go near the million. And we do it with a team of three people (recently increased to four). We will talk about our architecture, our culture and growth prospects.
There isn't time for lighting talks this round, but let me know for next meetups!
Remeber that we have a CoC: http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/cloudnativecon/attend/code-of-conduct Be nice to each other!