Evènement le 21 Février 2017 à 19h00
Battle Containers versus Machines Virtuels
A Seine Innopolis, 72 Rue de la République, Le Petit Quevilly
Soirée spécial containers avec nos barbus préférés : Quentin Adam et Laurent Doguin
Mardi 21 Février 2017 de 19h à 22h
Le sujet de la soirée
Note: Les descriptions sont en anglais mais les talks seront en français!
Containers as common runtime for your test infrastructure
Lots of database are easy to test because you can embed them in the JVM. Other databases will have an in-memory implementation or mock solutions. Some however won’t work this way. Or maybe you would prefer to test the actual Database deployment in your integration test. One of the available solutions these days is to use containers. In this TIA I’ll show you how to use TestContainers to test common SQL databases. Then I’ll show you how to add support for the NoSQL database Couchbase.
CONTAINERS, VMS, PROCESSES… ISOLATION, PERFORMANCES, I/O… COMMENT CES TECHNOLOGIES FONCTIONNENT ET COMMENT LES DIFFÉRENCIER?
Everybody is now using virtualization, containers are all the rage today, and microkernels start to gain traction… But how is all this working? How did these solutions come to be? What are the differences between containers and virtual machines? Where and why should you use docker, runc, rocket, kvm, xen, virtualbox, includeOS, rancherOS? This talk is a full session providing understanding on how these technologies work, how they compare to each other, and lot’s of demo to understand differences and fundamental concept on isolation. So, let’s look under the hood, and understand how your system works (hint: it’s not magic). And yes, it will be understandable even if you are not an OPS or an expert. That’s precisely the point.
Quentin ADAM is the CEO of Clever Cloud: an IT automation company, running a Platform as a Service allowing you to run java, scala, ruby, node.js, php, python or go applications, with auto scaling and auto healing features. This position allow him to study lots of applications, code, practice, and extract some talks and advises. Regular speaker at various tech conference, he’s focused to help developers to deliver quickly and happily good applications.
Laurent is a Paris based Couchbase Developer Advocate where he focuses on helping Java developers and the French community. He writes code in Java and blog posts in Markdown. Prior to joining Couchbase he was Nuxeo’s community liaison where he devoted his time and expertise to helping the entire Nuxeo Community become more active and efficient.