This is a meetup for everyone interested in Kubernetes & Cloud Native Platforms and Applications. Topics include everything from (Open Source) technologies such as Kubernetes and Containers, organizational learnings and user stories.
About this event
We are excited to host the 5th edition of our Cloud Native Meetup Saar!
This is a recurring event for everyone interested in Kubernetes, Cloud Native Platforms, Tools and Applications. Topics we discuss include everything from (Open Source) technologies such as Kubernetes and Containers, distributed computing and monitoring, security as well as organizational best-practices in a cloud-native world.
TARGET AUDIENCE/PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE:
Doesn´t matter if you are a newbie or an expert - any skill level is welcome! We want to create an open, welcoming environment for other Kubernauts interested in sharing, learning from others' experience and becoming part of this awesome community!
The event is hosted by ayedo and anynines and will be held in English.
Join our event and voice your opinion, give a talk on a cloud native topic or raise a discussion! Also, we always welcome content, demos and sponsors of our meetup! If you are interested in getting in touch or submitting a talk, click here: https://www.p3r.one/cloud-native-meetup-saar/
Connor will be covering the basics of WebAssembly and how it is used in Cloud Native systems. Their Atmo project is an open source server application environment for WebAssembly applications, and it is one of the most popular ways to deploy Wasm in the cloud today. Connor will walk you through the technology, show you some use-cases, and end his speech with a life demo.
Matthias Haeussler, Chief Technologist at Novatec Consulting GmbH
In his talk, Matthias intends to look at the various aspects of Kubernetes observability and will introduce you to and compare multiple Open Source tools to achieve that. The range of tools covers different observability levels and requirements of different user groups. The intended take-away is to get a feeling which type of tooling is the right one for a given purpose. Most options will be shown in a live demonstration.
Sander Rodenhuis, Co-Founder Red Kubes
In this session, Sander from Red Kubes will demonstrate how to install, configure and use Otomi. Otomi is an open-source project that offers a GitOps powered K8s app suite with developer self-service. Otomi can be installed with a single chart on any K8s cluster, is highly customizable, and works out-of-the-box.