6:30 Food and drink
7:00 Kick off
7:15 Istio – connect your microservices in a secure way (Laszlo Budai, Component Soft)
7:45 Running HPC Workloads via Jupyter using Kubernetes and Fn serverless functions (Christoper Woods, Bristol University)
9:00 Wrap up and pub
Laszlo is a seasoned IT consultant and instructor. He had been building mission critical telco systems using both OS-es and the related cluster software for several years before changing to the cloud and cloud native world. He then architected and has been supporting a mission critical Openstack and Ceph based telco system which also uses Docker and Kubernetes. Add to all these his 15 years’ experience in instructing the then newest and hottest technologies for employees of telco vendors and operators throughout Europe.
Dr Christopher Woods (@chryswoods) is an EPSRC Research Software Engineer (RSE) Fellow, works in the Advanced Computing Research Centre and the School of Chemistry at the university of Bristol, and has developed a range of programming and computational chemistry teaching resources. He is a strong supporter of the campaign to recognise the importance of research software, and to improve career pathways for research software engineers and developers. He is currently the joint chair of the UK Research Software Engineering association (https://rse.ac.uk).