Hey Kubernetes and OpenShift Enthusiasts!
This is the Kubernetes and OpenShift Meetup #35.
6:00 - 6:30pm: social, pizza, soft drinks, water
6:30 - 7:15 A Naive Kubernetes CI/CD pipeline - John Goodwin, Metabolon
How we setup naive pipelines to build and deploy to kubernetes hosted on-prem or in the cloud. We won't be showing industry specific secret sauce, but we got permission to show exactly how our builds and pipelines were configured (minus our creds). This talk should be of great value for anyone who wants to use kubernetes, shies away from black boxes, but needs some digestable chunk of deliverable technology value. There *ARE* better ways, guaranteed. Copy our best ideas, improve on the rest.
About the speaker:
John Goodwin is one of three Principal Software Engineers at a metabolite testing company, Metabolon. Working in software > 20 years professionally, his interests span from hardware, software, databases, micro controllers, networking, machine learning, micro services, comprehensible systems, CI/CD to endurance sports like triathlons and marathons. An insatiable reader, he reads anything he can get his hands on, except the news.
7:15 - 8:00 Knative - A New Way To Kube! - Doug Davis, IBM
Kubernetes has often been described as a platform on which to build platforms. However, in practice, it has become 'the platform' and users are exposed to all of its features and complexities. That's about to change! With a new project called Knative, users will be able to leverage the benefits of Kubernetes without being forced to manage, and understand, its nuances. In addition to that, it introduces a whole new set of serverless inspired features (such as scale-to-zero) which were not easily available to Kubernetes users. In this presentation you'll learn what Knative is, what its goals are and how it will forever change how you deploy applications to Kubernetes.
About the speaker:
Doug works in IBM's Hybrid Cloud division. He's been working on Cloud related technologies for many years and has worked on many of the most popular OSS projects, including OpenStack, CloudFoundry, Docker and Kubernetes. He's currently the OM for Knative, co-chairing the CNCF's Serverless WG and the Cloud Events project.
8:10 - Q&A / Social / Wrap-up
IBM Building 500, Room G-104
4205 S Miami Blvd Durham, NC 27703
The IBM Campus entrance is at the corner of East Cornwallis and Miami Blvd. Once you are in the IBM Campus please follow the sign for IBM Software Group Main Lobby 500, which will eventually point you to take turn on an internal street called Development Lane (Development Lane is a 3rd left turn from the campus entrance in case you miss any sign). Once you are on Development Lane, you should see parking lot and entrance to the building 500. We will have someone in the building lobby to escort you.