Matej Vetrák

Matej Vetrák (SK)

Matej Vetrak is a senior DevOps engineer that has been puzzled for the longest time as how to build a proper high-available infrastructure composed of many small collaborative services for systems at huge scale, until he got a change to build one. His favourite programming language is Python and he is interested in a Docker, Kubernetes and open-source community in general. He is currently employed by Exponea.

Managing high-available applications in production
Slovak flag Workshop DevOps
SPy - Hall A (-1.57)
Friday 09. March: 13:10

In this workshop we’ll look at common problems that all developers are facing in the latest trends of the ever changing scalable app world. We’ll learn how to deploy, scale, and manage high-available microservices using Docker, Kubernetes and other open-source tools.

We will also address some of these problems: building and deploying applications, pipelines, rolling updates, load balancing, scaling, replication, configuration, health checking and self healing, monitoring, alerting, log aggregation, resource constraints, capacity planning, data stores, security, key management, debugging and best practices.

Who should attend?

People who are interested in containerized applications, are in the process of moving to microservice architecture or are managing high-available production environments.

Why you should attend?

You want to start using Kubernetes in development and production.

You are already using Kubernetes, but you are not ready for production.

You would like to better understand new trend of high-available microservices.

How to prepare for the workshop?

Bring laptop with installed minikube:
and docker: