Azure Meetup Berlin: Relaunch On-Site: Deploying with Azure DevOps and replacing K8s clusters

12.05.2022 - 18:30 - 20:45 Uhr

Lützowstrasse 100
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This meetup is the first since the covid pandemic that will be not online but on site at the Templafy quarters in Berlin. Templafy is also bringing real life topics to the table that show in-depth real-world usage of Azure DevOps and Kubernetes used to host and develop their product Templafy.

Location: on-site at Templafy in Berlin


  • 18:30 – arriving and networking
  • 19:00 – Topic 1
  • 19:45 – Break
  • 20:00 – Topic 2
  • 20:45 – closing & networking

Topic 1How to release over thirty times a day to production with Azure DevOps.

We want to show how we build Templafy, the real thing, the real software developer lifecycle, a real data platform, our real end-to-end tests. How all those tools fit together in a beautiful setup.

Held by the Templafy CTO Thomas Jespersen

Topic 2Ensure seamless infrastructure upgrades by using Disposable Kubernetes Resources.

Updating critical components of a Kubernetes cluster without downtime is challenging. In this session Atti will show how Templafy has implemented the principle of Disposable clusters which allow us to fully swap to a new cluster and dispose of the old one with zero downtime.

Held by Attila Kurucz

About the Speakers

Thomas Jespersen
I love startups and everything related to building a business. My passion is making a great product. For more than 20 years, I’ve worked to get development teams to perform for companies like Templafy, Spiir, DBA/eBay, Ditmer, etc.

I believe in „less is more“ and like to simplify both the software architecture and the product itself.

Attila Kurucz
Atti has been a Software Engineer for over 17 years and has been working for Templafy for more than 6 years. Atti has been focusing on Kubernetes for the last couple of years.

COVID-19 safety measures
Event will be indoors
The event host is instituting the above safety measures for this event. Meetup is not responsible for ensuring, and will not independently verify, that these precautions are followed.