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101 Essentials - Cloud Administration [clear filter]
Monday, October 26

12:00 GMT

Simplifying First-boot Experience for Your Cloud VMs with Cloud-init - Ashish Sahu, Microsoft
Cloud-init may have started out as a way to customize the Amazon EC2 instance at first boot but it is now widely supported on every major Linux distribution and across many public and private clouds. With Cloud-init, you can perform any type or number of actions as it boots up on your favorite cloud - as it is designed to to run during the first boot, you don't really any additional steps or software to start utilizing it today. Join me in this demo-filled session to learn all about Cloud-init and how you can use it to customize/personalize your cloud VMs even before you log in to them for the first time!

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Ashish Sahu

Partner Technology Strategist, Microsoft
Ashish Sahu is a cross-technology architect, working with Microsoft India in the OCP ISV team. His primary job responsibility is helping ISVs and startups overcome technical challenges, adopt latest technologies, and evolve their solutions to the next level. He has authored articles... Read More →

Monday October 26, 2020 12:00 - 12:50 GMT
101 Essentials Theater

13:00 GMT

Cloud-Native App Development 101 - Avni Sharma, Red Hat
As the cloud becomes pervasive in IT, it then becomes increasingly important to adopt cloud-native technologies. For enterprises and vendors, building in the cloud is an opportunity to refresh applications and architectures in ways that make them more flexible, scalable and resilient.  Cloud Native technologies are used to develop applications built with services packaged in containers, deployed as microservices and managed on elastic infrastructure through agile DevOps processes and continuous delivery workflows. The session explains What is Cloud Native, Why, and How to adopt Cloud Native.  This session would shed light on Cloud Native technologies and containerization, moving from a monolithic based architecture to microservice architecture, and then implementing a demo where we build containers and also migrate it to a Kubernetes environment.  

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Avni Sharma

Software Engineer, Red Hat
Avni is an active Open Source contributor and works as Software Engineer at Red Hat. Along with that, she loves to attend conferences and participate in technical meetups in Bangalore, India. She strives to create a culture of belonging at her workplace and other tech spaces alike... Read More →

Monday October 26, 2020 13:00 - 13:50 GMT
101 Essentials Theater

16:15 GMT

Tutorial: DevOps_Training_Introduction-to-Containers-and Orchestrators - Rauno Riccardo De Pasquale, Newesis Srl
The session aims to provide an overview of containers and orchestrator technologies, with a practical focus on Docker and Kubernetes, with an introduction to the concepts and the architecture and practical examples on how to package and deploy an application into Kubernetes, using plain manifests, kustomize, helm or terraform, to show the difference between those approaches.   The session is a summary of the "Kubernetes - The Deltatre Way" series of video conferences (available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42QRgaOemqM&list=PL6vUc9GnRFV__5YsoKCRW2jRSQ47kygT2) and of the training courses about DevOps (available here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1x7rfieee7yii575w7qRVB_y8TBpZI4XS?usp=sharing ).   Differently from what done in these previous versions, the session will be completely in English and will be condensed to fit in 2 hours (target 1.5 hours plus space for discussions and questions), with a focus on how to operate and control deployments.   Content used for the demonstrations is available in GitHub (https://github.com/raunodepasquale/ ) and will be updated to reflect the updated version of the presentation.  

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Rauno Riccardo De Pasquale

Co-Founder and CTO, Newesis Srl
Born 22 January 1974 in Turin; Co-Founder and CTO at Newesis Srl, constantly trying to reconcile my degree in Philosophy with a passion for computer science. After almost 18 year at Deltatre, at the beginning of 2019 I created Newesis, with the aim of simplifying the use of the most... Read More →

Monday October 26, 2020 16:15 - 18:05 GMT
101 Essentials Theater

19:30 GMT

Container Security 101 - Sangram Rath, Cloud Architect & Technology Advisor
Cloud-Native computing is the hottest trend in the cloud ecosystem and is increasingly becoming the new norm for application development and deployment. At the core of Cloud-Native Computing infrastructure are containers and with the increasing adoption of it along with the scale of deployments, security becomes an important aspect of the adoption strategy. Of the 4C's of Cloud-Native Security, containers are one of the security layers.

The sesion will provide an introduction to Container Security covering the challenges & risks around containers and various tools that can be leveraged for implementing container security. The presentation starts with an overview of cloud-native security but focuses on container security, the challenges that come with using containers. In this session you will be introduced to the type of threats in scope and some of the container vulnerabilities that are out there. You will get an introduction to various tools (mostly open source) that can be used to provide a layer of protection for your containers.

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Sangram Rath

Cloud Architect & Technology Advisor
A multi-cloud professional with 15 years of technology experience primarily in the Cloud Computing & Virtualization domain. I have been a gigworker for 6 years and have had the opportunity to be a Cloud Architect, Startup Co-founder, Mentor/Trainer, Author and more importantly a Learner... Read More →

Monday October 26, 2020 19:30 - 20:20 GMT
101 Essentials Theater
Wednesday, October 28

16:15 GMT

Preparing for Kubernetes Certification Exams - Tim Serewicz, The Linux Foundation
People of have stress about the unknowns of taking a practical exam. In this session, we will discuss an approach to preparing for Kubernetes certification. In keeping with the exam requirements we will not discuss specific exam content, rather use provided documentation to understand what to expect and suggestions for preparation. Question and answer session after the presentation.

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Tim Serewicz

Course Developer / Technical Trainer, Training - The Linux Foundation
When Tim Serewicz started teaching Linux system administration classes at IBM, his boss thought Linux was “just a fad.” Serewicz has since made a full-time career out of teaching admins the latest technologies in the ever-evolving and growing Linux ecosystem. He has taught at... Read More →

Wednesday October 28, 2020 16:15 - 17:05 GMT
101 Essentials Theater

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