The meetup will be on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 and starts at 6:30 with light food/beverages, speakers start at 7:00.
If you would like to present or host feel free to reach out to me on meetup.com or Twitter @baldwinmathew.
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6:30 - 7:00 - Arrive / Social
7:00 - 7:30 - OpenFaaS -- Serverless Functions Made Simple - Eric Stoekl
In this session we will introduce OpenFaaS, which is an open source Serverless function hosting platform. OpenFaaS can be deployed on Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, or other container orchestrators, and allows you to write Serverless functions in any programming language. I will introduce the project with a slide deck (about 15 minutes), then perform a demo of OpenFaaS in action (10 minutes), then leave the rest of the talk open for questions.
7:30 - 8:00 - Migrating to Envoy in Kubernetes: The Process and the Benefits - Mark McBride
In late 2017 Turbine Labs migrated the proxy at the center of their traffic control product from NGINX to Envoy. In this talk Mark will outline the decision making criteria for embarking on this migration and the steps they took to make this transition transparent. He will also walk through the engineering effort, from packaging, deployment, monitoring, and committing new features back to the Envoy community. At the end he will describe the benefits of the new system, and talk about future improvements.
8:00 - 8:30 - Wrap-up / Depart
Eric Stoekl is a DevOps Engineer working at Motorola Solutions. In his free time, he is a core contributor to the OpenFaaS project, and has been involved in the project since September 2017. He is the author of several tutorials and blog posts on OpenFaaS, including one on integrating OpenFaaS with AKS which has now been adapted into an official doc in the Microsoft docs for AKS. Eric has helped run a workshop on OpenFaaS at the Cisco Devnet conference, and will be leading a workshop at OSCON in Portland.
Mark McBride is founder and CEO of Turbine Labs, makers of Houston, a modern traffic management plane. Prior to Turbine Labs he ran server side engineering at Nest. Before that he worked at Twitter, working on migrating their rails code base to JVM-based equivalents.
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