Join us at Criteo as we welcome the core maintainers of OpenTracing to Paris and talk from Pierre Mavro Co-Founder at MySocialApp.
Come to our upcoming CNCF Paris meetup, hosted by Criteo.
OpenTracing is a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) project, which provides a vendor-neutral open standard for distributed tracing and is used by hundreds of companies in production systems. Tracing technology follows the path of requests through a system at scale offering diagnostics and root cause analysis.
You’ll hear about how MySocialApp has successfully automated SSL on top of Kubernetes with distributed Traefik – both their challenges and successes. Also, learn from Ted Young how to use OpenTracing to get visibility into your systems at scale.
19:00 - Welcome Reception & CNCF update.
19:15 - Keynote by Ted Young of OpenTracing
19:45 -Traefik on Kubernetes at MySocialApp
20:30 - Networking and mingling
ABOUT the SESSIONS:
1 - Keynote by Ted Young of OpenTracing
Ted will kick us off with a survey of the cloud-native landscape, the part OpenTracing plays in it, and how developers can stay informed about the latest technologies.
About Ted :
Ted Young is the lead maintainer for the OpenTracing project and works at LightStep. You can find him on Twitter at @tedsuo.
2 - Traefik on Kubernetes at MySocialApp by Pierre Mavro
In this talk we present how Traefik works in HA mode with Let’s encrypt and how it’s used at MySocialApp. We’ll see how automation works from the bootstrap, to the SSL with automatic DNS management. We’ll talk about feedbacks, Let’s encrypt blacklisting and how to overcome blacklisting.
Pierre is a Co-Founder at MySocialApp where he manages the infrastructure and distributed systems. He also works at Criteo as SRE Lead on NoSQL technologies, responsible for providing +50M QPS world wide on distributed systems.
Hope to see you there :)
The CNCP organization team
About Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF)
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation builds sustainable ecosystems and fosters a community around a constellation of high-quality projects that orchestrate containers as part of a microservices architecture. CNCF serves as the vendor-neutral home for many of the fastest-growing projects on GitHub, including Kubernetes, Prometheus and Envoy, fostering collaboration
between the industry’s top developers, end users, and vendors.