We are back with another special event to kickoff Kubecon week in Seattle. Michael Russell, engineer from Elastic, will talk about his experience using Elastic to manage Elastic infrastructure. We will also be hosting a panel with different members of the Elastic team that will be in town for Kubecon.
Here is the agenda we're aiming for:
6:30pm - Doors open, say hi, grab a seat, eat some food, score some swag
7:00pm - Micheal Russel's talk on "Running infrastructure at Elastic with Elastic"
7:30pm - Extended q&a panel - Michael, Dan, Ron, and Tanya.
8:15pm - Mingle and wrap things up.
Running infrastructure at Elastic with Elastic
Michael is a software engineer on the Elastic Infrastructure team. The infrastructure team is responsible for building and running all aspects of the software to help software companies deliver great software. The team uses Elastic products as much as possible during their daily work, so we can get feedback and test new features as early as possible. During this presentation, Michael will lead you through our Stack products and share with us how we can use our products to get the job done.
Elastic Software Engineer - Infrastructure
Michael is a software engineer from Australia working for Elastic's infrastructure team, currently living in Utrecht, the Netherlands. To help software companies deliver great software and help users succeed, he focuses on building everything from day to day. He is passionate about developing proven architectures and has a strong interest in monitoring and automation. One of his most recent open source projects is kuberwatcher (https://github.com/elastic/kuberwatcher), which generates Watcher monitoring alerts based on Kubernetes tags and annotations. He is also working on a personal project called lope (https://github.com/Crazybus/lope), which uses Docker to debug, deploy, and test tools in the same operations across all environments and operating systems.