Hello San Francisco Kubernauts!
Let’s kick off our 2020 meetups with a focus on improving application performance on K8s.
Randy Abernethy will present “Instrumenting Microservices for K8s - How to Make Your Apps Optimally Operational.”
Microservices need an operational tune-up in order to perform their best on Kubernetes. This talk dives into the essential additions needed for highly-efficient microservice deployments on Kubernetes. Randy will cover liveness probes, readiness probes, open metrics, logging necessities, and traceability, as well as best practices and strategies for implementation.
Second on the program, Chris Hanson will present “Setting Effective CPU and Memory Limits for your K8s Apps.”
Deploying a microservice on K8s is easy, keeping a microservice running is another story. Without your help, Kubernetes cannot know an app's resource requirements. Unattributed apps are likely to get evicted from one node after another. This talk delves into several techniques for effectively sizing pod resources, keeping apps and the nodes they run on happy.
SPONSORED: A giant THANK YOU to the team at RX-M for presenting and arranging the location for this month’s meetup! Thanks also to NetApp for ongoing support.
Are you a local member interested in presenting to the group? Please submit your talk here: https://goo.gl/forms/DiIeTMJHaquHjE6J2
6:30 - 7:00 - Networking / Food / Refreshments
7:00 - 7:10 - Community Announcements
7:10 - 7:40 - Randy Abernethy, RX-M
7:45 - 8:15 - Chris Hanson, RX-M
8:15 - 8:45 - Social / Wrap-up
Randy Abernethy is a Managing Partner at RX-M, a published author, CKA, CKAD and CNCF Cloud Native Ambassador. Randy’s work allows him to pursue his passion for large scale distributed systems and all things cloud native. Interacting with hundreds of technology professionals each year, he stays highly connected with the latest software and platform trends and developments. Randy is a PMC member of the Apache Thrift project and enjoys collaborating and networking with individuals around the world.
Chris Hanson is a Senior Cloud Native Engineer at RX-M, a CKA, CKAD and has taught thousands of engineers and developers how to successfully use containers, Kubernetes and other cloud native tooling to build, package, deploy and orchestrate applications at scale. Chris is an instructor in the RX-M CKA bootcamp program while also playing a lead role in many client-facing cloud native development projects.
LOCATION / INSTRUCTIONS
RX-M has generously arranged for us to meet at Harmonic Brewing, located at[masked]th St, San Francisco, CA 94107. We look forward to seeing you there to enjoy free beer and talk about all things K8s!