A Combined meetup with CNCF, Cloud Native Storage and OpenSDS
07th September, 2019, Saturday, Microsoft Office, Belandur, Bangalore
OpenSDS (Open Data Autonomy) meetup group along with CNCF Bangalore, Cloud Native Storage Bangalore organized a meetup on “Cloud Native & Data Management Usecases” on 07th September at Microsoft Office in Bangalore, India.
The major focus of this meetup was on the various usecases and challenges in Cloud Native and Data Management areas. Speakers from Microsoft, MayaData, Huawei/OpenSDS, Cloudera, CGI and Amrita University presented. Live demos on different features and usecases were also shown. The interactive session saw ~110 members participated from different organizations and academia.
(Members from organizations like Microsoft, MayaData, Huawei, CGI, HPE, Mphasis, Intuit, GE, VMWare, Capegemini, Accenture, IBM, Cisco, Walmart, Intel, Lenovo, TCS, Cloudera, Wipro, Maple Labs, Different universities and more…)
Most of the members gave a feedback that, such events to be more frequent and can consider more technical topics. They felt, it is really useful to learn and contribute to such open source communities and projects.
Many of the members attending this meetup were particularly interested in seeking the solutions for storage, data management, and cloud native challenges.
Along with speaking sessions, there were 3 lighting talks from CGI, Cloudera and students of Amrita University.
There was a networking session during the lunch providing ample time for discussing and connecting.
Link for meetup details:
1. `Scaling kubernetes app using Virtual Kubelets ` by Vivek Sridhar, Technology Evangelist Microsoft
2. `OpenEBS for scalable logging on Kubernetes” by Uma Mukkara, COO MayaData.
3. ‘OpenSDS with VMWare platform for Data Management’ by Najmudheen, Himanshu , OpenSDS/Huawei. [Introduced SODA Foundation during this talk by Sanil, OpenSDS]
4. Deep Learning Model in ACI+AKS by Meena, Technology Evangelist, Architect
Lighting Talks –
Ajay, DevOps Architect. CGI (Azure DevOps pipeline)
Sunil, Architect, Cloudera (YuniKorn – a special kubernetes scheduler)
Koushik, Student, Amirta University (Deep Learning Usecase using Drones)