GOTO Nights are a series of community meetups that cover a variety of tech topics by our industry's top creators, builders and thought leaders.
Each event includes an educational and inspirational talk paired with a Q&A and a chance for attendees to network with like-minded developers in a casual environment.
GOTO Night with Matt Turner
Join us for the GOTO Night "Progressive Delivery - Cloud Native Nirvana" with Matt Turner. This GOTO Night is focused on showing you how to make Kubernetes and Service Mesh work together, with the addition of the final piece of the puzzle - Progressive Delivery.
Date: November 9
Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm CET
5:00pm - Welcome to this GOTO Night with Matt Turner
5:05pm - Matt Turner will present his subject of the day
5:30pm - Live Q&A with Matt Turner
5:55pm - Thank you for joining us for this GOTO Night
You moved to Kubernetes because you were told everything would be great. But the load balancing is barely functional. So you’re thinking about adding a Service Mesh, but they look really complicated and it’s not obvious how they actually help.
During this GOTO Night, Matt will show you how to make these two work nicely together, and how to add the final piece of the puzzle - Progressive Delivery. Together you will see how this gives you automatic canaries, deployments, and rollback, with the bonus of a bunch of metrics and auto scaling. Finally, Cloud-Native Nirvana!
About the speaker
Matt is a Platform Engineer at Marshall Wace, a London asset manager. Matt’s team is responsible for infrastructure, on-prem and public-cloud, security, and developer experience. Marshall Wace’s platform has it all – old and new, Kubernetes and Kerberos.
Matt has done Dev, sometimes with added Ops, for over a decade, working at JetStack, SkyScanner, Cisco, Tetrate, and others. His idea of “full-stack” is Linux, Kubernetes, and now Istio too. He’s given lots of talks and workshops on Kubernetes and friends, and is co-organiser of the Istio London meetup.
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