ProfitBricks GmbH, Greifswalder Str. 207, 10405, Berlin
This month we're going to dig into running Java as a microservice in Kubernetes. Special thanks to ProfitBricks, a local Berlin IaaS provider, who has offered to host us on a recurring basis.
Currently, we're looking for a second speaker for November. Please ping me over twitter (@baldwinmathew) if you'd like to volunteer. We only ask that it's not a vendor pitch :)
The meetup will be on November 15.
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6:00 - 7:00p Social
7:00 - 7:30p - David Steiman - Strategies Around Running Java Microservices in Kubernetes
I will cover Spring Cloud and JHipster, which we use for development, and address resourcing, limits, CI/CD pipelines, and other strategies for deploying and managing Java microservices on Kubernetes.
7:30 - 8:00p - TBD - Reach out if you want to speak!
8:00 - 8:15p - Lightning Demos
Ping us on Twitter!
#1 - TBD
#2 - TBD
8:15 - Onwards - Social/Wrap up
David Steiman - Since September 2016 I am a member of the JHipster core development team, focused on security and operating microservices. With over 15 years experience in web and application development, I passionate researching and build modern cloud applications, security solutions and I love to bring knowledge about open source technology to developers and to contribute back to the OS community.
With this in hand, I've got insights into today's problems around topics like designing microservices architecture. In details, how to build and operate CI and CD pipelines in various ways (Jenkins, GitLabCI), managing production environments (pure docker clouds, bare metal kubernetes, ...) and of course software topics as Spring Boot/Cloud, Angular, TDD, Scrum, etc.
Greifswalder Str. 207