Participation in conferences is an essential part for us as a community-oriented company. In addition to sponsoring and giving talks, we also try to support events with raffles and other ideas.
We encourage the knowledge exchange of enthusiastic, IT interested people in the community and therefore pass on our knowledge at various talks. In Vienna we regularly take over the organization of the Vienna DevOps & Security Meetup.
It's getting real! The first Cloud Native Meetup in Innsbruck sponsored by suxess-it will take place on November 23rd. We've got some very interesting talks from local speakers, as well as enough space for networking and technical discussions in the backpack. The talks at this meetup will be held in german language. The location will be released very soon.
This Meetup is hosted by our friends from Glasskube and is packed full of fun, games, DevOps and a Pub Quiz. Manavjot Singh and Hipolit Badowski will be telling us how Open Source Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) can simplify cloud-native on-premise configurations and cut costs in operations. Philip Miglinci from Glasskube will show us how they created a Kubernetes Operator in Kotlin. Finally, Daniel Drack from FullStackS will help us only committing useful (and secure) things in our git repos but also how to run SAST tools in your build process.
Join members of your local Grafana community for a two-hour meetup featuring a presentation on Grafana 10 followed by Q&A with your local Grafana experts. You’ll have time to chat with fellow developers, get to know the Grafanistas in your area, and most importantly: collect stickers.
In this edition of the Cloud Native Meetup Graz, you will learn how to solve Kubernetes Mysteries with K8sGPT. Pizza and Beer are on us!
In the joint event with OpenValue Vienna Meetup Group you'll learn how to gain SRE Superpowers with K8sGPT along with how to make websites more accessible.
"Modern Cloud Development", presented by Dimitrij Klesev and "Connecting and Securing Clusters Across Clouds with Cilium Cluster Mesh and Service Mesh", presented by Raymond de Jong.