UNIGROUP GENERAL MEETING
Unigroup's February 2020 meeting will be on Design Patterns, a technique for utilizing known-to-work reusable designs, a concept applicable to both software development and systems administration. Our meeting will explore three industry hot topics: Design Patterns (concept), and Design Patterns for MicroServices and Kubernetes (implementations).
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Location: The Cooper Union (http://www.cooper.edu) School of Engineering (*** New Building ***) 41 Cooper Square (3rd Avenue @ 7th Street, between 6th & 7th Streets) East Village, Manhattan New York City, 10003 Meeting Room: ** (See Above, Room May Change Month-to-Month) Located on the East side of Cooper Square. Look for the new building with the non-traditional appearance. Entrance is at the corner of 3rd Avenue and 7th Street. Building lobby sign-in is required at the guard's desk. Enter the building, check in with the guard at the lobby for directions to the Unigroup Meeting Room. Nearest mass transit stations are: '6' to Astor Place (stops right at The Cooper Union), then walk 1 block East and 1 block South. 'R' to 8th Street, then walk about 2 blocks East then 1 block South. '4/5/N/Q' to Union Square, then walk South and East. or transfer to the downtown '6' to Astor Place. 'B/D/F/V' to Broadway-Lafayette, then walk North and East. or transfer to the uptown '6' to Astor Place. Free street parking in the area becomes available at 6pm. There are parking lots on Broadway, at (or just South of) 8th Street, across from the West side of Cooper Square, as well as various others in the area.
Topic: MicroServices and Kubernetes Design Patterns - Best Practices for Container Design and Orchestration
Design Patterns, MicroServices, Kubernetes, Cloud-native, Containers, DevOps, Linux.
Introduction & Description of Talk:
Kubernetes provides a number of distributed primitives which developers, architects, tech leads and DevOps engineers can leverage for realizing more resilient and consistent design practices. This presentation offers an introduction to a set of patterns to solve cloud native challenges using Kubernetes.
Attendees will learn:
References & Web Resources:
Wikipedia on Software Design Pattern: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_design_pattern IBM Cloud Architecture: Design Pattern: Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS): https://ibm-cloud-architecture.github.io/refarch-eda/design-patterns/cqrs Microsoft Azure: Architecture Design Pattern CQRS: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/architecture/patterns/cqrs Debezium.io Blog: Distributed Data for Microservices: Event Sourcing vs. Change Data Capture (CDC): https://debezium.io/blog/2020/02/10/event-sourcing-vs-cdc/ Wikipedia on MicroServices: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microservices Wikipedia on Kubernetes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kubernetes Kubernetes: Production-Grade Container Orchestration: http://kubernetes.io What is Kubernetes? http://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/overview/what-is-kubernetes Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF): https://www.cncf.io Red Hat: http://www.redhat.com Red Hat Enterprise Linux - RHEL: http://www.redhat.com/en/technologies/linux-platforms/enterprise-linux Red Hat RHEL Release History Timeline: http://access.redhat.com/articles/3078 CentOS Linux Project: http://www.centos.org Fedora Linux Project: http://www.getfedora.org Unigroup Meeting 2020-01: Understanding Kubernetes and Kubernetes Clusters: http://www.unigroup.org/unigroup-202001.html
Robert Sedor, Senior Cloud Platform Solutions Architect, Red Hat.
Robert Sedor is a Red Hat Cloud Platform Architect. He was the lead architect and developer on the eBay Shipping API from Pitney Bowes and has developed event driven solutions such as tracking RFID tags in casino chips and acoustic gunshot detection. He works with C++ and Golang doing systems programming and with Golang, Python and Java/Camel doing cloud native development.
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Addison-Wesley Professional/Prentice Hall PTR/Pearson, and O'Reilly have been kind enough to provide us with review copies of some of their books, which we will continue to raffle off as giveaways at our meetings. The publishers always ask that the persons receiving the books provide a review and/or feedback about their books.
Unigroup would like to thank both publishing companies for the support provided by their User Group programs.
As always, all of the books will be available for review at the start of the meeting.
Note: Our book supply is currently running low, and we need to restock.
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FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS
Complimentary Food and Refreshments will be served. This includes "wraps" such as turkey, roast beef, chicken, tuna and grilled vegetables as well as assorted salads (potato, tossed, pasta, etc), cookies, brownies, bottled water and assorted beverages.
** However, due to a continuing situation at our caterer, we are planning to have: pizza (cheese+veggy), soda, water, cookies, and brownies at this meeting.
Red Hat will be sponsoring the food service for this meeting... Thanks Red Hat!
Please join us for this meeting, you won't want to miss it!