Are you exploring what Cloud Native applications are and keen to learn how to build them, or how to make existing applications Cloud Native? Are you interested in Chaos Engineering, containers and schedulers, DevOps, DataOps, ChatOps and SecOps practices, approaches and technologies? Join in with the monthly meetup that lets everyone in the community be a part of Skills Matter's Cloud Matters community!
This is the monthly meetup which celebrates all things Cloud! We'll be joined by international experts who will be taking part to help us explore the whole Cloud Native & DevOps ecosystem. We'll be covering topics like:
Exploring what a Cloud Native applications are, and how to build them.
Making existing applications Cloud Native.
Understanding the role of Cloud Native and DevOps.
Gaining insight into tools and platforms that are emerging to help you build and manage your Cloud Native solutions including things like Kubernetes, Prometheus, and platforms from Google, Amazon and Microsoft.
Seeing how a Cloud approach may change your companies IT strategy.
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- Get expert insight and advice from world class professionals in cloud-native apps, Containers, Schedulers, Kubernetes and DevOps- something for every engineer who has ANYTHING to do with cloud platforms. View the speaker line-up here and follow the excitement at #CloudNativeLondon!
- Diversity Plan Scholarships available
Keynote by Kris Nova: The Power of Linux Virtualization with Cloud Native
Organised by Cloud Matters
At this month's Cloud Matters, we're very excited to be joined by Kris Nova! She'll be telling us more about what makes virtualization possible, and why it's a powerful feature with Cloud Native and Kubernetes. Check it out!linux cloud-native linux-virtualization cloud kubernetes devops
Keynote Evening with Ryn Daniels
Organised by Cloud Matters
At this month's Cloud Matters, we're excited to be joined by Ryn Daniels! Keep an eye out on this space for more details.cloud continuous-delivery continuous-integration ci/cd engineering-culture engineering-practices devops
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From Zero to DevOps Superhero: The Container Edition
Featuring Jessica Deen
Microservices can be hard; understanding container best practices can be hard as those practices are still being discovered. This session aids in minimizing the learning curve with container orchestration, specifically Kubernetes, by bringing DevOps best practices into the mix.cloud ops matters kubernetes microservices containers devops
Applying Principles of Chaos Engineering to Serverless
Featuring Yan Cui
At this month's Ops Matters, we're joined by Yan Cui who'll be telling us how we can apply principles of chaos engineering to a serverless architecture, and improve resilience through controlled experiments that expose the inherent chaos and failures modes in the system before they...cloud serverless chaos-engineering aws-lambda aws matters devops
CNAB: Packaging for Distributed Applications with Multiple Toolchains
Featuring Gareth Rushgrove
When you're managing distributed applications you're probably using a variety of tools that serve specific purposes. Terraform, Helm, Compose, CloudFormation, Pulumi, ARM templates, etc. No one tool solves all your needs. And new tools come along regularly. But all these tools tend to...applications tools cloudnative devops docker ops
Five Practical Operability Techniques For Teams
Featuring Matthew Skelton
At this month's Ops Matters event, we're joined by Head of Consulting at Conflux, and Continuous Delivery expert Matthew Skelton! Join in to learn how to improve the operability of software systems using these team-friendly techniques.cloud software-systems schedulers containers devops serverless cloudnative
Pushing Data Science & Analytics onto IBM Cloud Functions
Featuring Robert Gormally
This session will describe the advantages and architectural considerations of using Cloud Functions, IBM’s serverless offering, when designing, implementing, and deploying a scalable data science & analytics project.r python development-considerations architectural-considerations cost-optimization backend-simplicity automated-scalability data-science functions-as-a-service serverless
Bending Kubernetes to Your Needs
Featuring Michael Hausenblas
In this Cloud Matters talk, Michael Hausenblas, Developer Advocate at Red Hat will be telling us more about Kubernetes' configuration and extension points, from benefits to limitations. Check it out!cloud devops open-source containers kubernetes-configuration plugins kubernetes
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