- Juju & charmed operators: Open source in a hybrid & multi-cloud world - Pedro Leao da Cruz, Product Lead, Canonical
- Product walk-through of Highlight - Jay Khatri, Founder, Highlight
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08:07:41 From Kris Freedain to Everyone:
08:07:57 From Kris Freedain to Everyone:
08:08:04 From Kris Freedain to Everyone:
Hope to see you all there
08:13:31 From Dave Lago to Everyone:
I remember those!
08:13:42 From Nate B. to Everyone:
Interesting I’ve never seen those CD’s before!
08:13:44 From Dave Lago to Everyone:
they used to give them out at uni
08:14:24 From Dave Lago to Everyone:
(this was in Spain btw)
08:31:14 From Michelle Tabirao to Everyone:
I will be with Mehdi there!
08:32:03 From Michelle Tabirao to Everyone:
tuned on my camera, I am the Michelle Pedro is referring
08:32:19 From Alejandro Guida to Everyone:
I received my Ubuntu CD many years ago in Argentina, they send CDs all over the world
08:32:47 From Mark Cohen to Everyone:
Floppy Disks. I had a stack of 30-40 floppies.
08:33:51 From D Swager to Everyone:
I personally handed out 500 copies of VMware Workstation way back in 2007 at VMworld… Wonder where all those CDs are?
08:34:03 From Pedro Cruz to Everyone:
Juju | Get started with the Juju OLM
08:34:19 From Kris Freedain to Everyone:
08:34:30 From Dave Lago to Everyone:
08:35:59 From Lukáš Vlček (@Aiven.io) to Everyone:
A quick question for Pedro, did you have a chance to check OpenSearch operator from Opster? Any high-level comparison from your point of view?
08:39:28 From Alejandro Guida to Everyone:
Same question here, any comparison between Opster Operator and this Charmed Operator based on Juju?
08:43:08 From Nate B. to Everyone:
Wow. Do you have to override all of the various DOM events as well to make records in OpenSearch?
08:51:39 From Kris Freedain to Everyone:
Thank you Jay!!
08:51:43 From Pedro Cruz to Everyone:
Hi Lukas and Alejandro. Yes, that’s great work and it’s always a good sign to see Helm charts in upstream communities as they usually mean people are thinking about the pains of deployment! What I like about charmed operators specifically is that (a) they just work on any cloud where Juju is bootstrapped, (b) implement relations between micro-services regardless of where they are, (c) also work on VMs and (d) Juju integrates beeeeeautifully with Ubuntu based OCI images. If I can be brutally honest, it can be a bit painful to manage day 2 operations in big clusters using Helm charts. It’s not something I enjoyed doing in the past, at least.
08:52:14 From David T (@AWS) to Everyone:
Check out Highlight here:
08:52:16 From David T (@AWS) to Everyone:
08:56:36 From Lukáš Vlček (@Aiven.io) to Everyone:
Thanks, I have to drop… nice talks!
08:56:49 From Nate B. to Everyone:
08:57:54 From Michelle Tabirao to Everyone:
Thanks, will need to drop too.
08:58:07 From Julien EL KHIATI to Everyone:
how do you ensure users data privacy ? i guess some of your customers can’t have the name of their users to respect RGPD law and make it anonymous, but then how to you replay their sessions ?
08:59:20 From Julien EL KHIATI to Everyone:
ok got it
08:59:25 From Jay Khatri to Everyone:
Privacy - Highlight Documentation
08:59:55 From Mark Cohen to Everyone:
Thanks for organizing!