Creating Chaos in the University with Linkerd and Chaos Mesh. ServiceMeshConEU, Amsterdam

I spoke at ServiceMeshConEU 2021 with Jossie Castrillo about Chaos Engineering using Chaos Mesh and Linkerd. Online event.

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Chaos Engineering with Chaos Mesh & Linkerd. Chaos Mesh Community Meeting, China

We talked with Jossie Castrillo at the Chaos Mesh April Community Meeting about Chaos Engineering with Chaos Mesh and Linkerd. Online Event.

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Understanding The Importance of Linkerd Service Mesh IN A Cloud Native Stack. CloudNative.fm Ep #09, Pakistan

I spoke at the Cloud Native FM / Cloud Native Islamabad Podcast with Saim Safdar. Online Event.

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Sergio Méndez: SRE, Professor & CNCF Ambassador to Guatemala. United States.

I spoke in the Curiefense/Reblaze Podcast with Justin Dorfman. Online Event.

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Cloud Native - Cloud Native Students Day URACCAN, Nicaragua

This talk was about Cloud Native, it explains the theory behind and how CNCF is involved in the state of art of Open Source projects in the context of cloud native. This talk was presented on Cloud Native Students Day URACCAN, Nicaragua. Online event.

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CI/CD in Kubernetes with Jenkins & ArgoCD. CodeCamp, Guatemala

This Talk was about how to create a CI/CD Pipeline, using Jenkins for CI, and ArgoCD for CD. This talk presented at CodeCamp 2021, Guatemala. Online event.

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Machine Learning Pipelines with K3s & Argo. KCD, El Salvador

This talk was about how to use K3s(Lightweight Kubernetes) for POCs and Argo to automate Machine Learning Pipelines, explaining basic concepts about MLOps, Containers and Orchestrators, at the end was presented a small demo that showed how to excute a small ML Pipeline using Argo Workflows, Scikit Learn for model generation, ArgoCD for model deployment and K3s to orchestrate all the containers asociated to these technologies. This talk presented at the Kubernetes Community Days El Salvador. Online event.

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Service Mesh and Serverless Chatbots with Linkerd, K8s and OpenFaas, KubeconEU

This session presented the different challenges for telco companies when they deploy support chatbots for clients, this is based on a real experience of working with chatbots in a telco company Telefónica based on Guatemala and some countries in Central America. The session also presented a simple architecture, the workflow and the way to implement service mesh with Linkerd, kubernetes and Openfaas, and how they interact together to implement canary deployments to create a simple and fast strategy to manage chatbots as a serverless functions. At the end of the session the speaker presented a short demo on how can implement a canary, blue/green deployments for serverless chatbots with some support intelligence.

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Service Mesh and Serverless Chatbots with Linkerd, K8s and OpenFaas, SG, México

This session presented the different challenges for telco companies when they deploy support chatbots for clients, this is based on a real experience of working with chatbots in a telco company Telefónica based on Guatemala and some countries in Central America. The session also presented a simple architecture, the workflow and the way to implement service mesh with Linkerd, kubernetes and Openfaas, and how they interact together to implement canary deployments to create a simple and fast strategy to manage chatbots as a serverless functions. At the end of the session the speaker presented a short demo on how can implement a canary, blue/green deployments for serverless chatbots with some support intelligence.

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Unlocking your serverless functions with OpenFaaS for AI chatbot projects, OSCON, O'Reilly Media, US, Portland, OR

Sergio Mendez examines critical challenges and the case study of Movistar to choose the right technologies to design an open source serverless architecture using OpenFaaS on top of Kubernetes and other complementary technologies like NoSQL, brokers to deploy Telegram AI chatbots, and how these technologies can be compared to vendor lock in services offered by major cloud providers.

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