Toronto Enterprise DevOps Meetup in February!
Join Us for the Toronto Enterprise DevOps Meetup in February.
Date: Thursday, February 13, 2020
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Location: 40 University, Suite 1301 · Toronto, ON
Speaker: Brandon B. Jozsa, Senior Solutions Architect at Tigera
Brandon has worked for large companies that include AT&T, Charter, and Red Hat. While at AT&T, Brandon championed the notion that AIC should migrate all of its core services to Kubernetes using Helm. This led to the introduction of the OpenStack-Helm project, and thus the Airship and Akraino projects were later conceived. At Charter, Brandon was the Principal Architect and core development lead for the SE Cloud Infrastructure team. Brandon loves hacking on all things Linux, Security, and cloud, but in his spare time he enjoys spending time with his wife Rachel and their two dogs Juno and Ajax.
Talk: Smoother Sailing and Scaling with Helm Version 3 Abstract
What’s all this buzz about Helm v3 you ask? Helm users have been asking for changes, and the development team has answered by rearchitecting Helm in version 3. This technical session will cover a wide range of improvements to Helm that address operability, scalability, and security concerns that users had with prior versions of Helm. During the session we’ll help users create a library that will improve scalability, security, and overall workflow complete with example code.
About the Meetup:
DevOps is getting significant attention in the industry. Many organizations don’t understand what DevOps is, how to adopt DevOps practices effectively within the organization, and are not aware of what DevOps tools to use. Toronto Enterprise DevOps User Group is focused on applying DevOps practices in the enterprise environment. This group is for people in the Greater Toronto Area who are interested in continuous deployment/integration, release management, infrastructure as code, change/configuration management, load testing & auto-scale, performance/availability monitoring, capacity management, automated testing, automated environment provisioning/de-provisioning, self service environments, automated recovery (rollback & roll-Forward), and many more of constantly evolving DevOps practices. Every level of experience is welcome, all we ask is that you come with an open mind and are excited to share your knowledge.