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      DevOps From a Virtual Minecraft World: Using Terraform to Deploy DigitalOcean Kubernetes Apps


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      About the Talk

      In this lighthearted and demo-driven talk, Nic and Erik find themselves stranded with a shipwrecked Kubernetes cluster and no way to salvage it. Determined to never find themselves in this sticky situation again, they set out to learn how to use HashiCorp Terraform to consistently and reliably deploy DigitalOcean Kubernetes clusters and applications, provision storage, and how to expose them using ingress and load balancers.

      Learn with them as they embark on a voyage of discovery, rebuilding their Kubernetes hopes and dreams using infrastructure as code, and ensure you never find yourself lost at sea.

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      About the Presenters

      Recovering pathological liar, arguably the most handsome man in the north. Nic Jackson is a Developer Advocate at HashiCorp and the author of “Building Microservices in Go,” a book that examines the best patterns and practices for building microservices with the Go programming language. When not working, you can find Nic contributing to the open-source developer tool Shipyard, and teaching application development on YouTube.

      Erik Veld divides his time between developing software and teaching others about technology and modern development practices. He has over a decade of experience working as a developer, operator, and IT consultant for various global companies and startups. The lessons learned and scars accumulated from this time prepared him well for his current love of demoing cutting edge technologies live on stage. He also founded Instruqt, a hands-on learning platform. When he is not doing something with computers, you can find him in the kitchen or renovating his house. He is currently a Developer Advocate at HashiCorp.





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      Build Apps Faster With DigitalOcean App Platform


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      This talk builds upon the simplicity of DigitalOcean with our announcement of DigitalOcean App Platform. Come learn about this new offering and our vision to bring more Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) capabilities to developers around the world.

      DigitalOcean has launched dozens of new products and services over the last two years using user research, hypothesis-driven development, design thinking, and agile/iterative methodologies. Learn how these can help you get your new product or service off the ground faster and with greater success.

      What You’ll Learn

      • Brief overview of DigitalOcean App Platform capabilities
      • DigitalOcean’s roadmap for PaaS
      • How to find product-market fit for your new web product/service

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      About the Presenter

      Jake Levirne is Senior Director of Product for Developer Experience at DigitalOcean. He loves working with startups and helping build products that are simple, intuitive, and that get the job done. His personal mission is to help more people realize they can build anything they want.



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      How to Build Cloud Native Apps With DigitalOcean Kubernetes


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      About the Talk

      Cloud native technologies promise scalability, robustness, and operational efficiency for applications, but the cloud native landscape is broad, complex, and constantly evolving. As a developer, it’s hard to know which cloud native technologies to use and how to use them.

      In this talk, we give an overview of current cloud native technologies, and show how DigitalOcean’s products can help you use them. We also share the latest updates to DigitalOcean Kubernetes and DigitalOcean Container Registry.

      What You’ll Learn

      • What does “cloud native” mean?
      • How DigitalOcean products can help you use the latest cloud native technologies
      • New features and updates to DigitalOcean Kubernetes and DigitalOcean Container Registry

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      About the Presenter

      Adam Wolfe Gordon is a software engineer at DigitalOcean, where he currently serves as the tech lead for managed Kubernetes and container registry. He previously worked on block storage at DigitalOcean and EMC. Adam is a regular conference speaker and a frequent attendee of and presenter at local meetups in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He likes building and debugging microservices, observability, and occasional forays into lower-level software.



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