Abstract: “So, everyone’s talking about Serverless… and serverless, and server-less. Let’s talk about why Ken thinks Serverless = lower developer productivity and why containers still rule the day. Note: the statements and thoughts of Ken Rimple do not reflect the views of Chariot Solutions, AWS, or even the elves who wrote LISP.” Speaker Bio: Ken … Read More
Check out our YouTube playlist to watch all the talks from Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise 2020. Abstract The delivery of software is happening faster and faster. The use of microservices, agile development, CI/CD, and containers is changing the delivery time of software. At the same time, the number of software vulnerabilities is also growing. … Read More
Abstract At FB, we run containers with Linux, Btrfs and systemd. But how does this approach work at scale, and what is the philosophy behind this approach? In this talk, I will dive into the details of these components, including: Advanced details of btrfs and the benefits of a composable file system on a high-traffic … Read More
This talk was given at Chariot Solutions’ 2018 event, Single Page Application Day. View Presentation View the code from Single Page Application Day on GitHub Abstract If you write it it will break. When it breaks the customer will be sad. When the customer is sad you will be as well. We’ll explore code cleanliness, … Read More
Despite the hype, deploying and running these containers in the real world is still a challenge. Today’s container frameworks force developers to compensate for many surprisingly restrictive operational constraints. Teams adopt containers only for stateless services, leaving behind many of their advantages in improving operability for the entire stack. The Autopilot Pattern is a powerful … Read More
Containers are not a new technology, but in recent years they’ve taken off and are changing the way software is deployed and managed. This talk will discuss why containers are such a hot topic right now, outlining current industry trends such as how virtualization and containerization are converging. John will also look at the road … Read More
Open Source communities have been pushing the state of art in containers, schedulers, and distributed systems in the last two years. The excitement in the community at the possibilities these technologies unlock is continuing to build. But, what are we solving for? How does this make your infrastructure better?
This talk will discuss the problems faced in the modern data center, and how a set of innovative open source tooling can be used to tame the rising complexity curve. Join me on an adventure with Vagrant, Consul, and Terraform as we take your data center from chaos to control.