Cheryl Hung

Cloud Native London, September 2018: Financial Times, Armakuni and Sysdig

The room was packed out for Cloud Native London’s September meetup, ably hosted by Dominique Top and featuring three brilliant talks and a prize draw.

As always, thanks to our sponsors StorageOS, Tecknuovo, Contino, Pusher, and Armakuni.

First up were the challenges of migrating microservices to Kubernetes, followed by finding value in Cloud Native, and wrapping up with Cloud Native and runtime security.

Sarah Wells

Sarah Wells from the Financial Times gave a talk on “Switching Horses Midstream: The Challenges of Migrating 150+ Microservices to Kubernetes”, explaining:

Billie Thompson

Following that, Zenon Hannick and Billie Thompson from Armakuni asked “Where’s the value in Cloud Native? High value cloud native practices, and how to sell them to your boss”:

Michael Ducy

Finally Michael Ducy from Sysdig told us about “Runtime Security for Cloud Native Platforms”. His takeaways were:

Finally, congratulations to the winner of a free ticket to the Skills Matter CloudNative London 2018 conference: Peter Bell!

Cloud Native London October

The next meetup is on Tuesday 9 October, and joining us are speakers from Jetstack, WSO2 and Exelerys. Note that we’re relocating to Bermondsay this month. RSVP and save the date now!

See you soon!

Cheryl (@oicheryl)