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Houston Cloud 2.0 Meetup Hosted by: Root Level Technology

We’re excited to announce that, starting in February, RLT will be hosting a once-a-month networking event in the Houston area: Houston Cloud 2.0. Our goal is simple: Find other locals in the area that love technology and want to have fun! What you can expect: Networking Collaboration Drinks! Grub! New Locations Fun Discussions around Hot Technology The first event for the group is planned for February 28th at 5pm and will be held at Clutch Bar.  At this event we will have a group of our battle hardened senior engineers available in a casual setting to answer any and all questions you might have. This will be a great event for aspiring engineers, or engineers looking at taking their skills […]

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Talking Cloud Native on the L8ist Sh9y podcast.

Expanding on our continued drive to push forward on evangelizing the adoption of cloud native approaches to working within the public cloud space. Talking with the hosts of the L8ist Sh9ny podcast about what our professional services teams have been experiencing day over day for the past 12ish months. Read the transcript here. Make sure you subscribe to their podcast, they get some great speakers and talk on some great topics. Topics that are discussed Cloud Native (https://cncf.io) Istio (https://istio.io/) Kubernetes (https://kubernetes.io/) Google Cloud (https://cloud.google.com)

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Getting to know Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)

This January, Root Level Technology CTO Eric Fourage presented a deep-dive webinar that introduces Google Kubernetes Engine. Getting To Know GKE starts with an overview of containers and their benefits, before exploring application infrastructure orchestration with Kubernetes and GKE, Google’s powerful Kubernetes-based cloud container platform. This post is a brief overview of the webinar. Be sure to take a look at the presentation for a fuller explanation of containers, Kubernetes, and the Google Kubernetes Engine. Containers Containers are packages of software that bundle code and its dependencies, including system tools, libraries, and configurations. One way to think about containers is as a lightweight alternative to virtual machines. Like virtual machines, containers are self-contained environments that run code. Unlike virtual machines, […]

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