The folks at Applied Trust are again hosting the Boulder DevOps meetup January 20th. If you are interested in joining the DevOps movement in Boulder, try to make it. Our own KC Berg (CTO) will be speaking at the event and has a great talk prepared.
At the event, KC will be reviewing the basics of Docker and will dive into some of its overall capabilities, including the networking features. He’ll also demonstrate how to use Docker containers to run a local Cassandra cluster. These containers come in handy for any company looking to set up a complex test environment without requiring a lot of resources to do so.The meetup will get started at 6:30pm on Monday the 20th at 1033 Walnut St, Boulder, CO.
Also, don’t forget about the Boulder-Denver AWS Meetup that JumpCloud is hosting the week after on Tuesday, January 28th, at our offices in Boulder. Gerrit Padgham from Electric Alchemy will be talking AWS and security, and check back here for more details early next week.
As you all know, The Boulder-Denver AWS meetup is hosted by JumpCloud. JumpCloud is providing a cloud-based directory service called Directory-as-a-Service®. The goal of DaaS is to centralize the user directory and enable users to connect to virtually any system, application, or network that they are entitled through. JumpCloud does this through its virtual LDAP service, True Single Sign-On™ platform, RADIUS-as-a-Service functionality, and more.
If you’re going to the event, have fun and be sure to say hello if you see us!