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Kubernetes and Cloud Native New York Meetup

Join Us for the Kubernetes and Cloud Native New York Meetup
Tuesday January 28th
Quartet Health – 114 West 41st Street, 4th Floor
Time- 6:15pm-8:30pm
Speaker: Karthik Prabhakar
Talk Summary: The adoption of Kubernetes progresses through stages of maturity in most organizations. Clusters start small but eventually grow into critical business infrastructure. Karthik will share some lessons learned through collaboration with numerous cluster and cloud platform operators as they’ve evolved through their respective K8s journeys. This talk has a particular focus on network (including service mesh) connectivity and security designs. He’ll also highlight considerations for scale both for cluster deployment as well as day-2 operations.
Karthik is the Director of Solution Architecture at Tigera, where he helps customers with secure application connectivity designs leveraging various open source projects that Tigera maintains or is involved with (such as Project Calico, Flannel, CNI, Istio, etc.). Karthik has assisted in the architecture of numerous containerized and cloud infrastructure deployments at scale.
About the Meetup:
Kubernetes and Cloud Native New York is the official Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Meetup group dedicated to building a strong community around Kubernetes in New York City and the Capital Region. We host talks from anyone doing cool things with Kubernetes, including companies using K8S in production or vendors who are pushing the boundaries of what K8S can do.Presentations are demo focused and not sales pitches. Speakers at our Meetups thus far have included Google, Red Hat, CoreOS, Datadog, New Relic, and Apprenda.This group follows these three central ideas:• We believe in open sponsorships, so anyone can cover the cost of food, space, and travel for speakers. To not price out smaller vendors, sponsorship prices are not set beyond the cost. Organizations donating speakers, food/drinks, or space will automatically count as sponsors for the event.• We believe in democratized organization, so anyone in the Kubernetes community that wants to help organize can be a part of process.• We believe that all Kubernetes Meetups should be democratic and those that do not allow others to take part in organizing and sponsoring are not in the spirit of open source.


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