After a short summer break where hopefully everyone enjoyed the few minutes of sunshine the Berlin summer has granted us, we are back with our next Kubernetes Meetup in September! Join us on the 14th of September at the Endocode headquarter and learn more about OpenShift and lessons on saving AWS with Kubernetes. We are very excited to welcome Lutz and Felix as our speakers. Lutz (@AtomicContainer) studied computer science at TU-Berlin and worked as a sysadmin in mixed Linux / Windows environments.
If you watched our Twitter account this weekend, you noticed that we weren’t just lying in the sun/hiding from the rain. On Saturday, we opened our doors and welcomed our friends from Crate.IO for a Kubernetes hackathon. Crate is an open-source, highly scalable, shared nothing distributed database. And yes. They love containers. And that is how we met. So Saturday was here and along with it arrived some 20 enthusiasts who were ready for some hacking.
So the weekend is here. Fantastic. What are we up to on our Saturday? Well. We’re welcoming our friends from Crate.io for a kubernetes Hackathon at the Endocode HQ. Having integrated with Mesos and Docker, Crate is kick-starting their advanced support for Google’s orchestration tool with this hackathon. There will be introductory talks about Crate and kubernetes during the day, food, drinks and cluster hacking on Google Compute Engine, kubernetes and Crate.
Yes! We just found another reason to celebrate. So what? kubernetes is turning one, and if that’s not a reason to celebrate, what is? So with the support of from our friends at StackPointCloud and CoreOS, we are throwing a kubernetes birthday party in Berlin! There will be drinks, there will be food, there will be talks. A fantastic view over Berlin is included. When: 21st of July 2016, 7pm Where: Endocode AG, Brueckenstrasse 5A, 10117 Berlin Agenda: 7.00 pm – Come on in, get a drink, grab some food!
The EU-FOSSA project is something not only Endocode cares about. You should care about it too. Why? Let’s see what our Open Invention Network representative, European free software activist and CEO (aka the boss boss) Mirko Böhm has to say about it: The EU-FOSSA project’s mission is to “offer a systematic approach for the EU institutions to ensure that widely used critical software can be trusted”. The project was triggered by recent software security vulnerabilities, especially the Heartbleed issue.