Recap of the Cloud Native Meetup Saar #3

by | 06.09.2021 | Cloud Native Meetup Saar

We are looking back on a very successful third edition of our Cloud Native Meetup Saar #3!

Togetherer with our co-host anynines, we enjoyed a fun afternoon filled with great speakers, intriguing topics and thoughtful conversations! We welcomed a total of three speakers who covered topics related to the Data on Kubernetes Community, DataOps, and Data Service Automation Prototyping.

The meetup was streamed via our Twitch channel and could thus be made available to our international audience, who participated lively in various discussions with the speakers.

But before we give away too much, check out the recordings of the meetup below to get your own impression! Also, in case you missed out on any part of the meetup, you can catch up with the videos below.

#1 Talk by Bart Farrell on the Data on Kubernetes Community:

#2 Talk by Tim van de Keer on “Apparently I´m doing DataOps”:

#3 Talk by Julian Fischer on “Data Service Automation Prototyping with KUDO”:

Have you missed the meetup altogether?

 

 Don’t worry, the Cloud Native Meetup is a bi-monthly recurring event for anyone interested in Cloud Native technologies and Kubernetes, whether you’re a newbie or an expert!

The next meetup is scheduled for the end of October.

To stay up to date on our events and news, join our Meetup group or our Slack channel! You can also find us on LinkedIn.

If you are interested in speaking at the next event or contributing in any other way, feel free to contact us!

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