Stockholm K8S and CNCF May 2019

Sweden - Stockholm - View Map Stockholm
Wed, May 8, 2019, 6:30 PM (CEST)

About this event

## When
8 May 2019, 18:30-20:30 CEST

## Where
The Embassy House (Embassy Linnégatan), Linnégatan 89C, Stockholm

## Sponsor
This meetup is proudly sponsored by Objectif Libre (

## Agenda
• 18:00 Doors open
• 18:30 Talks
• 20:00 Mingle
• 21:00 Doors close

## Talks

Talk 1: Rating Kubernetes usage with Prometheus and Cloudkitty
Speaker: Guillaume Espanel, Objectif Libre

Cloudkitty, a rating component originally designed for OpenStack
can also integrate with other systems. This short talk will guide you through the rating of Kubernetes resource usage with Prometheus and Cloudkitty. We will cover the ingestion of metrics provided by Kubernetes into Prometheus, the definition of some rating rules in Cloudkitty, and the generation of CSV usage reports.

Talk 2: Dealing with Kubesprawl, Tetris style
Speaker: Taco Scargo, Solution Engineer Mesosphere

Kubesprawl is becoming a real challenge - with over 70 ways to deploy and on average 15 clusters, how can we keep going fast without being slowed down by operations overhead? Kubernetes is being adopted by most teams and they each have their own way of doing things, which leads to inconsistency and takes us back to the bad days of snowflakes and separate environments. How can we show both the development productivity benefits of Kubernetes as well as the financial and operational ones if we still treat Kubernetes clusters as pets? Learn how to achieve high density multiple Kubernetes clusters bin-packed on the same OS instances without virtualization, while still retaining isolation. We’ll talk about the challenges of resource usage, network separation and service automation for both the developer and operator, and how we can avoid them.

Talk 3: Customizing and scaling Kubernetes for News
Speaker: Magnus Bengtsson

At Bonnier News we autoscale our Kubernetes cluster to prepare for the unknown, support our devs and increase efficiency of our cluster resources. By using custom controllers we can also autoscale using spot nodes for specific applications. Find out how.

Talk 4: Kubernetes Logging and Monitoring
Speaker: Julien Bisconti

This talk covers few patterns for architecting a monitoring and logging solution when building application on top of Kubernetes. There will be a short introduction to Kubernetes and containerised applications. We will then see why logging and monitoring in a cloud native environment differ from traditional virtualized environments.

If you have special diet please let us know.

Hope to see you! All the best, Ilia, Viktor, Andreas, Dave, and Matthias


Wednesday, May 8
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM (CEST)