#70: Malcolm Holmes - Grafana Tanka / Matt Sinton-Hewitt - Scala 3

4th June 2020  8:15 PM - 9:00 PM
Online Event
Bristech
// Malcolm Holmes - Introducing Tanka: From configuration as data to configuration as code There are various tools available for managing Kubernetes resources, whether they be Helm, Kustomize or others, all of which felt too limiting to us. In this presentation we will introduce Tanka, a tool developed at Grafana labs and available on GitHub. We will introduce the Jsonnet language, and demonstrate its power as a way of interacting with Kubernetes. We will then demonstrate some of the enhancements we have already made to Tanka, and then explain our roadmap for the tooling, and how we believe it is already the best of breed configuration management solution for Kubernetes. // About Malcolm Malcolm Holmes is a software engineer and SRE. A member of the Apache Software Foundation for 15 years, he now works at Grafana Labs on their Infrastructure team, where is helping to develop Tanka, and the ecosystem around it. // Matt Sinton-Hewitt - Scala 3: The best thing since Scala 2 Scala 3 is expected to be released later this year. This is an overview of some of the changes that come with Scala 3 and my opinion on their impact. If you have never seen Scala code before this could be an interesting way to gain some insight into what its like to work with! // About Matt Matt Sinton-Hewitt is an enthusiastic functional programming geek, a proud Dad of two and a wannabe climber.

Event details

From: 4th June 2020, 8:15 PM
To: 4th June 2020, 9:00 PM
Location: Online Event

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