Debugging of Applications in Kubernetes & Kubectl Hacking

St.-Cajetan-Straße 43 - St.-Cajetan-Straße 43 München - View Map München Kubernetes/Cloud-Native Meetup
Wed, Feb 5, 2020, 6:30 PM (CET)

About this event

Hi Kubernauts,

Our next Meetup in Munich will take place on 5th February @ConSol.

6:30pm - Welcome
7:00 pm - Olaf Meyer, ConSol
7:30 pm - Tobias Schneck, Loodse
8:00 pm - Food, drinks & networking

Olaf Meyer, Senior Consultant at Consol

"Debugging of Applications in Kubernetes"

Develop an application, put it in a container and run it in a Kubernetes cluster is only the first step. Usually what happens next, is that something is not working as intended. So you can either rely on log entries and try to figure out what happened or you can start your debugger in your IDE and see what is happening. The aim of the talk is to show you that you have not only the Kubernetes command line at hand to debug Java applications. We will have a look at tools like Telepresence and Squash to see what they have in stock and how they can help us to fix that damn bug.

Olaf is Senior Consultant at Consol. His focus are the implementation, improvement and monitoring of cloud infrastructures with base on OpenShift and cloud native applications.


Tobias Schneck, Senior Software Engineer & Head of Professional Services at Loodse

"Kubectl Hacking"

If you just started with Kubernetes like me a few years ago, one of the first things you have to learn is the `kubectl` CLI. Join me on a live hacking journey through the world of kubectl. See what I discovered so far about talking with "kate".

The focus of this talk is to show hands-on how you can improve your daily work to be more productive. In detail we will look into:
* kubectl basics, output options, shortcuts
* kubectl plugins
* the fuzzy side of kubectl
* KubeOps - use kubectl to manage clusters, workers and static virtual machines

Tobias is a Senior Software Engineer at Loodse. He specializes in test automation and continuous integration projects. As co-founder of the open source testing framework Sakuli and the docker-headless-vnc-container, he follows the aim of making the scaling infrastructure setup simpler. His current passion is to increase the acceptance and distribution of container technologies in the Kubernetes ecosystem. Bringing the advantages of cloud native technologies and development workflows to everybody is his new purpose. Tobi has shared his expertise at various conferences including ContainerDays Hamburg and DevOpsCon Berlin.

See you there.


Wednesday, Feb 5
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM (CET)


St.-Cajetan-Straße 43
St.-Cajetan-Straße 43 München