We want to welcome the community BACK TO IN PERSON Meetups! We will try and do this monthly as long as we can find venues to host.
For our first get-together on the Peninsula (in 2 years! Wow!) we are teaming up with our friends in the awesome DoK (Data on Kubernetes) Community again to host via our 2 user groups.
On August 18, Intuit has kindly offered to host our user group in their Mountain View campus. Join us at 6:00 pm for beer and pizza in the courtyard, and at 6:30 pm for our featured presentations! Oh, and I'll have a handful of goodies, including some t-shirts to hand out during the networking reception! :) :) :)
FEATURED AGENDA - 2 Talks
Druid powering AI at Intuit
Shrivardhan Rao - Software Engineer - Intuit
At Intuit we collect Operational data (open telemetry traces, metrics, events) at scale to perform real-time analytics and streaming anomaly detection. To provide a rich user experience on the data we collect and the insights we publish in real-time, we run Apache Druid on K8s. This talk will discuss about how we deploy and scale Druid on K8s. We will also touch on strategies employed for HA, upgrades, performance testing, and showcase real use cases.
Mechanics of running a time series database on K8s
Strategies for AuthN, AuthZ and HA
Life in the Herd: Cloud Native ClickHouse
Robert Hodges - CEO, Altinity
Of all services, databases are perhaps the most resistant to the cloud native cattle-not-pets model. So what does it really mean to run a large database on Kubernetes? Using ClickHouse as an example, we'll discuss the changes from software packaging to operational management and learn how mission-critical databases find true happiness in a cloud native world.
COVID-19 safety measures
*COVID-19 vaccination required*
There will be food and beverages served outside in the courtyard during the networking times, so if you wish to wear a mask, you will have options to eat outdoors.
If you have RSVP'd YES you will get instructions on Wednesday on how to submit your vaccination status to speed up the admission on the day of the event. You can also do it on-site, but it will be faster to preregister. Your information will absolutely not be stored or used for anything other than Thursday's registration.
The event host is instituting the above safety measures for this event. Meetup is not responsible for ensuring, and will not independently verify, that these precautions are followed.
Robert Hodges has worked with over 20 different DBMS types starting with M204 back in 1983. His current favorite is ClickHouse, a popular open source data warehouse. He caught the Kubernetes bug at VMware in 2018 and has been working on it ever since. In his day job he runs Altinity, an enterprise software and services provider for ClickHouse data warehouses.