Docker Tech Workshop – Singapore

Docker Tech Workshop


Docker Tech Workshop – Singapore

Free workshop, attendance by invite only

Docker containers are the modern way of deploying applications. But often the deployment platform comes bundled with its own philosophy and tools – you need to do things a certain way. Luckily, that is not the way Docker EE works. The Docker EE solution is built on three strong pillars – Freedom, Security and Agility.

In this Docker workshop, learn how Docker can be easily integrated in your existing ecosystem and how to break away from the limitations of PaaS and SaaS. Session includes a live demo focusing on integration of Docker EE components – UCP and DTR with:

  • Centralized Logging Platform
  • Code repository
  • CI/CD tools
  • Team integration platforms

BEST SUITED FOR: DevOps and Infra teams can learn how to make Docker work for their existing IT architecture.

Event Details

Registration by invite only, limited seats available.
Date & Time:

Wed, 29th May 2019
Location: Singapore


9:30 AM – 10:00 AM


10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Integrating Docker Container in your existing ecosystem – Demo By Sameer Kumar

11:30 AM – 12 NOON

Cloud native intelligence from Sysdig –
By Eric Tan


Lunch and Networking

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Sameer Kumar I Senior Solution Architect, Ashnik

Sameer Kumar is the Senior Solution Architect working with Ashnik. Sameer and his team works towards providing enterprise level solutions based on open source and cloud technologies. He has an experience in working on various roles ranging from development to performance tuning and from installation and…

migration to support and services roles. Sameer has acquired Professional Certification for his adept skills of PostgreSQL. He is also certified as the IBM DB2 Advanced DBA and was nominated as IBM Champion for his contributions in IBM data community. Besides, he is also experienced in MongoDB, Oracle and SQL Server.

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Eric Tan I Senior Sales Engineer, Sysdig

Eric Tan is a Senior Sales Engineer at Sysdig, the container intelligence platform, helping customers get the best out of their container environments and support applications securely and confidently in production use…

Prior to joining Sysdig, Eric held sales engineering roles at Docker, AppDynamics and Dynatrace, contributing to the container and APM growth in the APAC region.

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About Docker

Many enterprises are involving themselves with the idea of the Open Container Initiative to ensure that the fundamental building blocks of container technology (such as the container format) are standardized so that everyone can take advantage of them. Docker Enterprise Edition is perhaps the best known commercial container management solution. The likes of eBay, PayPal, BBC, Expedia, Uber uses Docker’s commercial solutions to enable them to not only provide gains for their developers, in terms of productivity and agility, but also for their infrastructure teams in the form of cost efficiency and enterprise-grade security.

About Sysdig

Sysdig is the cloud-native visibility and security company. Their data platform gives enterprises insight and control as they transition to modern architectures, allowing them to see the benefits of cloud-native faster, with less risk. The Sysdig cloud-native visibility and security platform allow DevOps, security professionals, and service owners to get context-rich information to dig deeper into their containerized environments and reliably build, run and respond to issues in millions of containers across hundreds of enterprises, including Fortune 500 companies and web-scale properties.

About Ashnik

Ashnik is a Singapore headquartered leading open source solutions provider, with presence across South East Asia, US and India. Ashnik delivers consulting services and solutions based on enterprise open source and big data solutions platform to overcome critical business challenges – enabling enterprises to achieve their digital transformation goals using open source technologies while also enabling the customers’ to keep their operational costs minimal.