OpenCredo participates to the Tech Community by regularly speaking at conferences.
25 - 26 June 2019
Speaker: Tilen Faganel
Join Tilen Faganel at KubeCon & CloudNativeCon China 2019 for his talk “Upgrading Your Service Mesh to Linkerd 2″
Abstract: Service meshes are advancing at an incredible rate. And there’s no sign of it slowing down. Unfortunately sometimes that means breaking changes occur, which might make updates to the service mesh difficult and potentially disruptive. Particularly if you were an early adaptor.
Linkerd 2 was a major update. So big, in fact, most of everything about it changed. Upgrading an existing Linkerd 1 deployment can be pretty daunting, as we need to redesign our service mesh architecture and configuration. All while ensuring the upgrade is performed successfully, reliably and without major disruptions.
Come and join me as we will go through a journey of how we helped a client fully upgrade their service mesh from Linkerd 1. And how nobody noticed! We will explore the challenges and pitfalls of doing so, which can be applied to any upgrade of this caliber.
17 - 20 June 2019
Speaker: Nicki Watt
GOTO Amsterdam 2019 will be centred around the theme “Today, Tomorrow & The Future”. The conference will be focusing on topics like Machine Learning, Serverless, Quantum Computing, The Human Factor and much more.
We are excited to announce that you will have the opportunity to hear our CTO, Nicki Watt speak at Goto Amsterdam 2019, on the realities of making the Cloud Native Journey. Far from being a smooth journey to the promised land, you will learn about the numerous detours, bumps and challenges encountered along the way.
Microservices, Kubernetes, Success, but also Bandages and Crutches; This talk is for you if you want to gain some pragmatic insight into what is entailed with such endeavours.
28 - 31 May 2019
Speaker: Nicki Watt
Join Nicki Watt at Mucon 2019 for her talk ‘Exploring your Microservices Architecture Through Network Science”
Your microservice system has been up and running for a while. You know you’ve diligently employed every ounce of your experience and knowledge over time to design a sensible application architecture, with hopefully sensible boundaries. But time is now throwing new questions your way: Are my boundaries still sensible?
Have any anti-patterns crept in, do I have the dreaded distributed monolith?
This talk explores how network science techniques can be applied to help gain insight into, and explore questions about your microservices architecture.