Hello Seattle Kubernauts!
The snow is clearing out, the new tunnel is open, please join us for networking and two great presentations.
Guinevere will take us through load balancing across multiple clusters using kube-service-exporter. This open source project, written in Go, facilitates highly available cluster designs. This is currently done using Consul, consul-template, and HAProxy, but the future holds more. There will be a demo so you can see it all in action!
The second presentation will feature Dan introducing Tilt. Tilt improves local development of Kubernetes microservices with a personal instance of your app. Tilt updates your deployment when you edit, so you can see your app live, end-to-end. When there's a problem, Tilt highlights the error so you can stop playing 20 questions with `kubectl`. Additionally, Tilt's fast_build mode can turn minutes of docker build into seconds of update. This is an exciting demo-based presentation.
SPONSORED: Big thanks to NetApp, Sysdig and Tigera for their support!
Are you a local group member interested in presenting to the group? If so, please submit your talk at: https://goo.gl/forms/Mq0PW2w1arO1e9Yw1
6:30 - 7:00 - Social
7:00 - 7:10 - Community Announcements
7:10 - 7:40 - Guinevere Saenger, GitHub
7:45 - 8:15 - Dan Bentley, Windmill Engineering
8:15 - 8:45 - Social / Wrap-up
Guinevere Saenger currently is a Kubernetes doula on the Delivery Team at GitHub, writing deployment automation tooling and keeping GitHub’s Kubernetes infrastructure happy. She is very active in the Kubernetes open source community and helped write the new Kubernetes Contributor Guide as well as presented at KubeCon on the topic of learning Kubernetes.
Dan is a co-founder at Windmill. Before that he was an engineer at Google and Twitter and opened for The Who.
SURF Incubator is the venue. Parking is available in the building or nearby. Be aware that some parking garages in the area close early. Public transportation may be a good option. SURF Incubator is about a 3 block walk from either the Pioneer Square or University Street stations.