CNCF On-Demand Webinar: Monolith to Microservices with Bite-Sized Kubernetes
This talk covers how microservices aren’t necessarily tiny, meaning that your path from monolith to microservices doesn’t have to be drastic. There are also ways to start small with Kubernetes so that you can see key benefits upfront and learn along the way.
We cover practical strategies for migrating a monolith to microservices learned from actual users with examples that include open source tools such as Git, Jenkins, Kustomize, Helm, Flux, Flagger, Terraform, and more. Not only can you unravel your monolith, you'll see benefits of automation, security, and rollback capabilities to your deployments to ensure that you have guardrails to experiment as you learn.
Speakers from Weaveworks & Microsoft.
Cloud Native Live: Automating Kubernetes Deployments
This session is aimed at cloud-native app developers and platform engineers. We will discuss how engineers can transition from manual operations of their development clusters to workflows that automate cluster tasks using Git and Flux – to save time and avoid mistakes.
Starting with a bare cluster, we’ll show how to use templates as the scaffolding for new development environments. Templates are created and provided by the platform team to enable developer self-service and to free up platform engineers from handling service requests. Using templates we will take the first steps to create an integrated GitOps Pull Request workflow for building containerized workloads. Let’s deploy our YAML manifests from GitHub directly onto Kubernetes!
CNCF on-demand webinar: Kubernetes in 2023 with Brendan Burns & Stefan Prodan
***Please note this webinar will be posted at 12:00am PT, but will be available to view on-demand anytime after on March 16th.***
An overview of what kubernetes offers in 2023 in terms of features and how current users are able to efficiently scale and become sustainable.
Stefan Prodan, Principal Developer Experience Engineer, Weaveworks
Stefan is a Principal Developer Experience Engineer at Weaveworks and an open source contributor to cloud-native projects like Flux, Flagger, Service Mesh Interface, and others. He worked as a software architect and a DevOps consultant, helping companies embrace DevOps and the SRE movement. Stefan has over 15 years of experience with software development and he enjoys programming in Go and writing about distributed systems
Brendan Burns, Corporate Vice President at Microsoft
Brendan Burns is a co-founder of the Kubernetes open source project and a corporate vice president at Microsoft where his teams are responsible for Microsoft Azure APIs, governance and management, as well as the Azure Kubernetes Service and cloud-native open source. He built and has run high-scale, mission-critical distributed systems for more than a decade. Prior to working on distributed systems, he was a professor of computer science at Union College in Schenectady, New York. He received a Ph.D. in computer science with a specialty in robotics from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and an undergraduate degree in computer science and studio art from Williams College.