Hello NYC Kubernauts!
We're moving uptown for this next event and hope you'll join us.
We're happy to welcome Google's Bryan Moyles who will show us how to set up unique load balancing rules for applications in the cloud - it will include things such as TLS termination (abstract away the mess from your application), rate limiting, persistent sessions, and handling authentication. The goal is to cover the common pitfalls so you can start building better services on Wednesday!
We also welcome back Flynn from Datawire to speak on ingress and meshes. He'll be presenting a developer-cetric talk on building things - microservices - on Kubernetes, rather than building Kubernetes itself.
6:30 - 7:00 - Social
7:00 - 7:30 - Bryan Moyles, Google
7:30 - 8:00 - Flynn, Datawire.io
8:00 - 8:45 - Social / Wrap-up
Bryan Moyles (@bmoyles0117) is a software engineer at Google with plenty of experience in the beautiful ups of what works and downs of what doesn’t. Bryan leads a local meetup group to share what he’s learned along his journey and learn some clever bits of wisdom himself from those in the community. Bryan enjoys spending Sunday sessions at his local Starbucks coding and researching, and when he can, he travels to new places to visit his family all over the world. He recently won the FTC’s Humanity Strikes Back competition after developing RoboKiller, an algorithm that could detect and destroy robocalls.
Flynn (@_flynn, GitHub) is a Principal Software Engineer at Datawire.io. His career in computing spans more than thirty years and runs the gamut from bringup on bare metal up through mobile applications, with a common thread of communications and security throughout. Recently he’s been working on tools to help developers take advantage of microservice patterns to be more effective