The fabric8 guys goes to London for full-day open microservices event

In the summer 2015 Red Hat hosted a microservices event in London, which I previously blogged about. This event was a success and all seats was booked. So we promised to do the event again. Recently we visited New York for a similar event that was packed as well.

So in the first weed of December the fabric8 guys is going to London for the Red Hat Microservices Day. Red Hat is hosting a all day event titled Microservices Developer Day on December 3rd 2015 at London South Bank University.

You can find the full agenda, location and how to register from the website.

So if you are interested to hear what is the latest from Apache Camel, hawtio, fabric8, apiman, Docker, Kubernetes, OpenShift3 et all then there is a lot of content presented on that day.

The fabric8 guys works in the upstream communities so you will hear no product or marketing pitch from us, its all the real fun stuff what happens in the true open source developer communities.

We enjoy hearing what you guys are doing and what its the good, bad and ugly with the technology. After these events we usually have a task list with some items to improve the projects or a issue that was of a matter to a number of people, so we re-gained focus on that matter to fix/improve it.

If you want to keep in touch with what happens with fabric8 and what the fabric8 guys is hacking on, then I suggest to follow us on medium - https://medium.com/fabric8-io and as well check out our fabric8 website.

Some of the projects that fabric8 already integrates and provides out of the box
For example James Rawlings recently posted a blog and video about the latest work on our CI/CD story with fabric8 on kubernetes. Its really awesome how different technologies and projects can run seamless and well integrated on the platform, installed by a single click.

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