CoreOS – BDM 34 + DevOpsMtl joint event
This month we’re once again doing a joint event with the fine folks of Big Data Montreal. This event will be big!
As usual, the meetup is taking place at CloudOps, at 420 Rue Guy. Exceptionally, the event is taking place on Tuesday March 3rd, instead of the first Monday of the month.
After the presentations, we will transition to Brasseurs de Montréal. If you want to come there, please grab a second free ticket on the registration page to help us plan.
Description: Presentation of Rocket, CoreOS’s own container format, our motivation for creating it, how it compares and contrasts with Docker, and what the current status is (not production ready!).
Par Jake Moshenko
Product manager for the Quay.io container registry at CoreOS, a Linux distribution with containers as a first-class citizen and software distribution channel. Formerly of Google, Amazon, and Boeing, he has been building robust distributed systems for over 10 years.
CoreOS + Quay.io Development Lifecycle
Description: How CoreOS + Quay.io fit into the development lifecycle from the point when you push your git changes all the way through to running in production. I will talk about the problems CoreOS attempts to fix and some of the architeture affordances it requires on the part of the app developer.
Par Jake Moshenko
(Same bio, of course)
SparkSQL vs Impala for interactive query
Description: Lightning talk
Par Olivier Mirandette
Architect at Guavus
If you’re looking for that special person to join your team, you’re welcome to come in front of everyone and pitch us about your awesome opportunities! We allocate 2 minute per person after the break, in the middle of the evening.
Please register on EventBrite to help us plan for the food & drinks.
When: Tuesday March 3rd. Doors open at 18:00, presentations start at 19:00
Where: CloudOps / RPM Startup Centre, at 420 Rue Guy
Who: Everyone who is interested in DevOps and delivering software reliably
Food & drinks: courtesy of Lightspeed POS.
Questions? Ask the whole gang, Ask the organizers.