Berlin AWS User Group Virtual Meetup

20.10.2020 - 19:00 - 20:30 Uhr


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18:45 – Warming up chat/networking

19:00 – „Blending Okta and AWS federated users into Kubernetes access control – automated, flexible and auditable“

Local speakers: Daniel Hahn & Daniel Ciaglia (Tier Mobility GmbH)

Speaker bio:
„Daniel and Daniel have DevOps and AWS Architecting backgrounds. Part of the Ring-0 team they are laying the groundworks for TIER’s software stack in AWS cloud.
#changemobilityforgood utilising the best infrastructure landscape and tooling #aws #kubernetes #hashicorp“

„When using a central Identity Provider and Federated Users in AWS landscape, those must be mapped into Kubernetes access control. There is the(!) aws-auth ConfigMap for that, but how to manage a central resource when your infrastructure code consists of many individual team repositories?
The opensourced aws-auth-operator is a Kubernetes operator, which re-constructs the central configuration based on individual fragments, and thus allows a flexible setup on the ever-changing teams.
This talk gives a rough overview on the infrastructure as code landscape at TIER and a deep dive on the kubernetes operator. “

Level 300

19:45 – „Building and running reliable serverless apps at scale (through observability)“

International speaker: Taavi Rehemägi (

Speaker bio:
„Taavi is the CEO and co-founder of Dashbird – a serverless monitoring and intelligence platform, giving him an in-depth and up-to-date insight into the state of serverless and user behavior. He has experience as a programmers for over 13 years and has been using serverless for the past 5 years as a developer.

Taavi will join us from Estonia in this occasion.“

„Taavi will share his own experiences and challenges with serverless, some insights from Dashbird’s system and the problems he sees their customers facing daily – what works and what mistakes to avoid. He will talk about the importance of observability and how to make the most out of it, and share some practical real world examples and advice.“