Did the appearance of NoSQL influence DevOps? Or was it viceversa? What’s sure is that NoSQL technologies are both used by many DevOps-friendly tools (e.g. Elasticsearch in ELK) and the target of much automation when they are part of distributed systems that need automation and management.
This month's meetup was for the significant number of you who live in the Windows world, and for those that are skeptical, a chance to see what life is like on the other side of the fence.
We kicked off the worlds largest DevOps meetup in 2015 with over 300 attendees, making this our largest meetup yet!
At Dataloop.IO, one of the key trends we're seeing in the monitoring space, is Micro-Services. Although Micro-Services tends to be adopted when an online service gets to scale, we've also seen smaller services and start-ups (including us) designing their architectures around this concept so they can scale up easily as they grow.
After only 9 meetups since we started DevOps Exchange London back in February, we are proud to announce we have grown to become THE WORLDS largest DevOps Meetup with over 1,650 members and between 200-300 attendees at every meetup!
We couldn't have got here without the amazing speakers, our partners and sponsors, and most importantly the London DevOps community coming back every month and telling their friends about us. It's great to see familiar faces in the audience and now with a bigger audience we're now attracting bigger sponsors (welcome Rackspace) and bigger speakers!
Every month, DevOps Exchange gets bigger and better. We've been officially London's largest DevOps meetup for a while now, and are very close to being the worlds largest outside the US! With scale attracts great speakers who are happy to fly all the way in especially to talk at our events - as Paul Dix (Founder of InfluxDB, based in New York) and Torkel Ödegaard (Creator of Grafana, based in Stockholm) did last week!
Last week we held the biggest DevOps Exchange London event yet, over 300 people attended on the night, and we'd like to thank our friends at Linux Recruit and AWS for their help! With talks on Kubernetes, Flynn and Elastic Beanstalk, this lineup was set to be a great one, and it didn't disappoint. If you missed out this time, check out next months event and join the meetup group here! All slides and videos from the meetup can be seen below.
London, UK – September 29, 2014 – Dataloop.IO, a London start-up providing infrastructure monitoring software for online services, has closed an early seed round of $800k (£480k). The round was led by Nic Brisbourne at Forward Partners and includes angel investors John Powell, the co-founder of Alfresco, John Hughes, the Chairman of Just-Eat.com, Andy Mcloughlin, co-founder of Huddle, and Troy Collins co-founder of SecretEscapes.com.