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September, 28

17:00 (CEST)

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DevOps: Azure IaC tricks, Calico and Cillium overview

Free of charge

Language: Eng

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Join our Ciklum Speakers’ Corner for DevOps specialists to learn about the new instruments and how to use them in practice immediately. This time, we’ll discuss two exciting topics with our star speakers:

Infrastructure as a Code: quick Azure resource

to Terraform transformation with Terrafy

by Leonid Chetverikov

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Packet filtering (eBPF) into Calico and Cillium: similarities and differences

by Stanislav Kolenkin

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It will help you add even more acceleration in becoming familiar with these useful tools, as well as testing them on your internal or local clusters to select a better solution that meets your requirements.

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Leonid Chetverikov, 

Expert DevOps Engineer at Ciklum

Leonid is a development/operation engineer with 10+ years of experience in system engineering and networking design.

He has many successful projects in his portfolio – IT, security, and entertainment. 


Leonid never stops learning and mastering new skills.

Self-development and thirst for knowledge always drive him further. 


His secret of outstanding results in complex projects?

Flexibility and good self-organization.

Infrastructure as a Code:

quick Azure resource to Terraform transformation with Terrafy

IaC is one of the basics in the DevOps world. It helps keep infrastructure updated, configurable from code, and able to store all changes. When infrastructure is configured using UI, Terrafy steps in. It is a terraform-based solution that can help you easily transform UI infrastructure into a code-based one.

We will talk about:

  • Infrastructure as a code

  • Terraform as a cloud-independent infrastructure maintenance

  • Azure and Terrafy. ARM templates and how to transform them to terraform code

  • Pros and cons of the Terrafy approach

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Stanislav Kolenkin, 

DevOps Manager and Senior Solution Architect at Profisea

Stanislav Kolenkin has been working in the IT industry for 16+ years and has enormous hands-on and managerial experience with the most innovative DevOps projects using Kubernetes, OpenStack, AWS, GCP, and Bare-Metal tech stacks. 


Among his professional achievements are numerous certificates – including SEI Software Architecture Professional Certificate, GitOps and Kyverno Certification, and many others. 


Along with his outstanding architectural skills and vast industry knowledge, Stanislav is proficient in critical problem-solving and excels in dealing with non-standard production issues.

Packet filtering (eBPF) into Calico and Cillium.

Similarities and differences.

Many k8s users and administrators have questions about the manageability, observability, and security of the traffic inside k8s clusters. Although there is no easy answer to this, using some features for CNI can get you closer to completing the solutions you build.

We will talk about:

  • Observability, security, and manageability of the traffic inside k8s clusters. Basic pain points you need to take care of 

  • Calico and Cillium: main similarities and differences

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