GOTO Night: Learning Docker can be great fun…

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Relay42 Netherlands

Meeuwenlaan 100

Amsterdam, NL

09 May, 2019

06:00pm - 09:00pm

GOTO Nights Amsterdam is joining forces with Relay42 for a full night of Docker and Kubernetes.

Venue/Host: Relay42 - Meeuwenlaan 100, 1021 JL Amsterdam, Netherlands

Costs: Free of charge
Speakers: Ivo Woltring, Karlo Sarin & Zeki Irkdas
Food & refreshments included

18:00 Welcome & Food
18:45 Talk 1 Ivo
19:30 Short break
19:45 Talk 2 Karlo & Zeki
20:30 onwards, Q&A ending with networking and drinks

Talk 1-
Learning docker can be great fun if you give yourself fun challenges.
This sessions speaker would like to show some of his weird image creations while learning about this fantastic tool.
The attendee will probably see some docker images it has not seen before like running a graphical desktop application
as a website, but will also get an appreciation of what can be accomplished if you don't know the limits of a tool.
As Pippi Longstocking said: “I have never tried that before, so I think I should definitely be able to do that.”
We will go into the technology used and the attendee should leave this session with a new appreciation.

Bio: Ivo Woltring has been a coding addict for more than 20 years. He is a Codesmith with an absolute passion for Java and Python. Other focus areas are IoT and Docker and everything else. Ivo blogs ( on all these topics. He is also a lecturer at dutch academies and universities and is often found speaking at meetups. Ivo is one of the editors of the Dutch Java Magazine and he frequently writes articles.

Talk 2-
Eco-friendly AI on Kubernetes
Abstract: A talk on how to use classic AI Stack on Kubernetes with Autoscaler in order to minimize unutilized resources and really use only what you need, while still being able to scale up indefinitely really quickly when the situation requires it.

Bio: Karlo Sarin is both a software developer and data scientist working on the intersection in between. Specializes in building both ML infrastructure and ML models with high performance and low latency. He likes career challenges so joined Relay42 from IBM Watson health in order to be part of the product he really believes in and help with the development of Intelligent Journey Orchestration.
Bio: Zeki Irkdas is from Istanbul and is working as a Machine Learning Infrastructure Engineer at Relay42. He has 9 years of experience in software development with a focus on ML oriented services in the recent 3 years. Now the challenge for him is to leverage ML on real-time platforms to deliver lightning-fast predictions through a resilient and scalable way. When not coding, Zeki enjoys following the NBA, going camping with minimal equipment and trying to survive.